If you’re a health writer who produces sales and marketing content, chances are you’ll be marketing to doctors at some point during your career.
Health bloggers need to understand their content has the power to influence the health choices that their readers make.
If you’re required to conduct an interview with a medical specialist, how can you ensure you get the most useful information and commentary?
Plagiarism in medical writing is one of the most important ethical issues for writers.
Having access to a library of top medical journals is essential if you care about producing quality medical writing.
A new advancement in medicine or medical breakthrough is often met with praise.
If you’re faced with reading a complicated or unrecognisable medical term, having the right resources at your fingertips is essential.
Here’s an overview of clinical trial design – sometimes also referred to as clinical study design.
Regardless of whether you have a background in medicine or you’re new to the health writing field, you should have at least one medical dictionary in your toolkit.
As you know, it’s very hard to find free journal articles online. And I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but here goes.
We see misleading health copywriting too often – on Facebook, online ads, print ads, TV ads, you name it.
Improving the quality of writing improves the quality of thought. This, in turn, results in reader clarity.
In today’s world, having your own web presence is essential. If you do not have online presence these days, you might as well be invisible.
Every country has their own legal requirements when it comes to writing health promotional materials. Do you know yours?
In an ideal world, we wouldn’t experience any sort of work stress – but, unfortunately, many of us are required to report under pressure.