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.
Automation in healthcare isn’t just about scheduling manual tasks and saving time – it’s about delivering highly targeted messages to the right audiences in the most effective way.
Misleading health content is harmful to public health, confuses people, spreads misinformation and has potential legal issues. So, what can you do if you spot misinformation online – and how can you ensure you’re not the one spreading it in the first place?
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.
This essential guide includes dozens of links to my top blogs and resources for becoming a successful health writer and writing high-quality, engaging health content.
This health blogging guide contains my top resources for aspiring bloggers. The guide is perfect for you if you want to start a health blog or write health blogs as a freelance writer for clients and employers.
Evidence-based writing is about making sure your writing incorporates best practices and recommendations as determined by communication-related research.
Editing can be a time-consuming part of the writing process. Luckily, there’s a wealth of information available to help you improve your editing skills. Here are the top online editing courses and resources for you to add to your writing toolkits.
These days, you can find podcasts on just about any topic – and, thankfully, there are plenty of interesting and helpful podcasts for health and medical writers. Here are our top picks to get you started.
Daniel Sokol, lawyer and medical ethicist, has just been shortlisted for the ‘Best Columnist of the Year (Consumer Media)’ award at the PPA Awards 2018 (“the Oscars of the UK publishing industry”). In 2015, Daniel won ‘Best Column’ at the UK Medical Journalists’ Association Awards. In this article, he gives aspiring medical columnist some tips for success.
Had The Lancet not published their now retracted article, “Ileal-lymphoid-nodular hyperplasia, non-specific colitis, and pervasive developmental disorder in children” by Andrew Wakefield et al. in 1998, perhaps we wouldn’t be facing one of the most significant public health challenges of our time.
A free checklist to help you break down the art and science of clear health writing.
There’s no denying that assessing your writing is a daunting, confusing task. Luckily, there are quite a few ways to evaluate your skills so you can develop your writing abilities with confidence.
This is a question that comes up often in my course groups. And, it’s reasonable and natural to worry about time. Time is money. The less time you spend writing, the more money you make. The more time you spend researching, writing, reviewing and refining, the more your hourly rate drops.