As health writers, we must know the most effective tactics that help to correct misinformation in order to inspire behaviour change.
These strategies for preventing negative feedback will help you reduce the risk of client and customer complaints.
Here’s how to write high-quality, socially responsible blogs that help your readers make better decisions about their health and wellbeing.
Here’s how to tell a legitimate guest post request from a fake one – and how to deal with those annoying spammers once and for all.
How to start networking and build lifelong connections (and friends) in the health writing industry.
Not all medical breakthroughs are truly breakthroughs. Does that mean they’re not worthy of being reported on?
In our Health Writer Hub Facebook group, there are often discussions about preferences for referencing software. There are few different software options available to help health writers create a bibliographic database to manage references. Choice usually depends on personal preference, cost, functionality and effectiveness. Based on the group discussions, most health writers are divided between Mendeley and […]
This post explains the benefits of taking a course, what to look for in a quality course, what you can expect to pay, and more.
Want to learn more about writing simply? Here’s a free cheat sheet to help you get started.
In our final article in our series on clinical evidence, we’re going to consider case studies and when to use them in your writing.