Have you bought into the lie that you need an “adult job” before you can begin a career as a freelance health writer? We’re here to bust that myth completely.
You can find opportunities to network and learn, even when the conference is virtual.
Avoid the lure of rabbit holes.
Freelance writing need not be synonymous with constantly searching for new clients. Here’s how to tilt the scale in your favour and turn clients into lifetime fans.
Health writing job interviews often include writing tests. Is that okay – and, if so, how can you conquer the test?
Have an idea for an article but not sure how to pitch it? Here’s how to write an article pitch that gets noticed.
Your career journey is a key selling point – and clients want to know about it.
Discover how to price your work effectively and increase your chances of securing writing jobs.
Don’t be afraid to send messages to writers you admire. They might respond and teach you something memorable.
Marwa Saleh published her first article, about COVID-19 and burnout, in a Harvard Medical School blog called Lean Forward. Here’s how that happened.
Are you a health professional thinking about a career change but aren’t sure how to get started? Here’s how one pharmacist is making the transition to medical writing work.
If you want to be a health writer, you’ll need to decide between going freelance and getting a full-time job. So, which option would be best for you? Read on to compare the pros and cons of both.
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.
How does being an ESL medical writer impact your chances of finding work? Read our top writing tips for non-native speakers by guest author (and ESL medical writer) Diana Ribeiro.
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.