If you’re getting started as a freelance health writer, you’re probably wondering about the pros and cons of hourly rates and project fees. Most freelance writers have an hourly rate, or range of hourly rates, for various writing projects – even those who routinely charge project fees. For example, your freelance pricing strategies could look […]
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Ready to finally hear some good news? Health writing is a stable career pathway that will survive and potentially thrive during and after this pandemic.
In a public health crisis like COVID-19, health communicators face multiple challenges and pressures – but we must remember the best-practices of responsible health reporting.
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Misleading health content is harmful to public health, confuses people, spreads misinformation and has potential legal issues. So, what can you do if you spot misinformation online – and how can you ensure you’re not the one spreading it in the first place?