There is so much general health information online, so how can you make yours different? Here are six simple strategies for creating unique content about common topics.
30 micro writing tasks about cancer-related topics.
February is Black History Month in America. It’s a month where the achievements of Black pioneers are celebrated and their struggles acknowledged. This post highlights the immense contribution African-Americans have brought to the medical writing profession.
Put your heart disease knowledge to the test.
Addressing vaccine hesitancy in writing: How has COVID-19 changed hesitancy communication, and what works?
To address vaccine hesitancy in writing, it is important to put yourself in your reader’s shoes, demonstrate an understanding of the hesitancy, and form an effective response using evidence-based writing techniques, clear communication, courtesy, and empathy.
30 days of short writing exercises to get your writing muscles working.
Gain an inside peek into working in regulatory medical writing.
Ever wondered what it would be like working in a medical communications agency?
Results-driven language focuses on the specific results you’ve achieved for your clients, not only the tasks you’ve accomplished.
When you stop calling yourself a beginner, you will take your career more seriously. You’ll grow faster and gain confidence in your abilities.
Wondering if it’s better to charge per hour or per project? Here are the pros and cons of hourly rates for freelance health writers.
To alleviate pandemic-related anxiety, aim to provide clear, factual communication that supports health literacy.
Three essential questions to help you focus and pick the right niche.
How do you ensure your writing is fair and balanced? Here’s what you need to know if you’re writing about controversial health topics.
Subheadings are essential for structure and readability. Here’s how to write effective subheadings that engage your readers and promote literacy.