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.
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.
To alleviate pandemic-related anxiety, aim to provide clear, factual communication that supports health literacy.
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.
Do you want best-practice strategies for addressing vaccine hesitancy? This checklist captures essential evidence-based techniques for communicating clearly about vaccination.
What lessons can we learn from the public health messaging in the last year? Here’s what behavioural research shows us about how people respond to public health messages.
From October to December 2020, more than 5000 invited participants consulted through dialogues, workshops and webinars to identify challenges and solutions to the COVID-19 infodemic.
In addition to public health agencies, health communicators also have a responsibility to help combat infodemics related to health. So, how can we help?
Avoid the lure of rabbit holes.
Re-examining vaccine hesitancy in light of the current pandemic.
Hafsa Abdirahman discusses the toll of COVID-19 on Black and Brown communities and the lessons health writers can learn from it.
Want to be a health and medical writer? Discover the essential skills you need – and learn how to develop those you don’t yet have.
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.
As health writers, we have to do our due diligence to ensure we are citing reliable and scientifically accurate sources.