As health writers, we need to identify the ideal medium to share our key messages to our target audience to ensure our writing influences health outcomes.
How do you get experience if everyone wants someone with experience?
Confidence is a common concern for writers. So, is it possible to build self-assurance and courage, and which methods really work?
While quality medical evidence underlies accurate health writing, clear writing helps the information translate easily – enter the concept of ‘processing fluency’.
While confidence and perseverance are important, there are a few other mindset attributes that – I believe – will help you tremendously in your writing life.
Health risk information is better received when you ask your readers to identify their own values and beliefs before communicating the risks.
Could understanding more about selective exposure help us write engaging content? One study looked at how selective exposure influences attitudes towards health behaviours.
New research provides insight into how we can help high-school students understand health information and make better-informed health decisions.
Oh yes they did. Last week, someone contacted me looking for writers and offered $25 per 350-word article.
A study recently published in the Journal of Health Communication has looked at warning labels on cigarette packages in the Netherlands.
Digital educational interventions play a huge role in helping to educate community members outside the boundaries of traditional clinical care.
You can read hundreds of blog posts full of tips on how to improve your writing, but these easy writing exercises will get you real results.
Want to learn more about what medical copywriting involves – so you can work out whether it’s a suitable career choice for you?
Here are few tips to help you manage your freelancing health writing career and your parenting obligations.
Wising up is about helping your readers to understand why they should care.