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A collection of new behaviour change communication research to help you write health content that will resonate with your readers and promote behaviour change.
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These five short writing exercises will help you develop your writing skills and feel more confident in your abilities.
We’ve taken the guesswork out of finding a quality medical news website. Browse our list of the top 20 health and medical news websites for evidence-based and timely news.
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Browse some of the latest public health research about anti-drinking messages and alcohol communication.
A collection of research about kids health and communication strategies to help kids live healthier lives.
Learn how to write more effective content about cancer-related topics.
Read the latest scientific evidence for smoking prevention strategies, tobacco control and health communication research.
Learn about new breastfeeding communication strategies and research, and discover how to communicate more effectively for better results.
For freelance writers, new client relationships are exciting – but they can also be daunting, test your communication skills and place you outside of your comfort zone. That said, you can make long-lasting friendships with your clients – and, if you’re lucky, your clients can become your ‘real-life’ friends, too.
Freelance subcontracting is an effective way for writers to gain experience and grow their businesses – but, it’s not always easy. Here’s what you need to know about outsourcing your work and being a subcontractor.