We Want You to Contribute to MD+DI

MD+DI is looking for professionals working in the medical device and diagnostics industry to contribute articles on a variety of topics—and you'll get paid for it.

You love reading MD+DI for news and analysis about the medtech industry, but have you ever dreamed of seeing your own byline on the site? Now's your chance to share your opinions and expertise with your medtech colleagues, have your work published in the industry's premier resource, and earn some money for your effort. 

MD+DI is looking for paid contributors working at medical device and diagnostics companies (no consultants or suppliers, please) to share their thoughts on everything from career advice and industry hot topics to tips for how to solve technical, design, quality, and regulatory problems. There are three ways to contribute:

  1. Write an op-ed to sound off on regulatory and standards changes, business and technology developments, or other issues impacting the medtech industry.
  2. Share your expertise with a case study explaining how you or your team overcame a technical hurdle; solved a significant design; quality; or regulatory problem; or launched a successful medical device, diagnostic, or drug-delivery product
  3. Dole out advice that could help your peers in medtech advance their careers.

Submit a draft to us via one of the forms linked above. If it's accepted, we'll pay you $150. All submissions are subject to MD+DI's contributor guidelines, and editors have the right to reject any submissions.

Jamie Hartford, editor-in-chief, MD+DI

Jamie Hartford

Jamie Hartford is editor-in-chief of MD+DI and director of content for medtech brands in UBM's Advanced Manufacturing Group, where she oversees content creation for the MD&M and BIOMEDevice conferences. Reach her at [email protected].

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