In today’s world where 4,932 scholarly articles are published daily, it’s easy for your research to get lost in the crowd.
Many scientists and healthcare professionals assume their funders, institution, or journal will disseminate news of their research. But often, this assumption ignores the best person to share your research: You.
We all have heard how much the disconnect between scientists and the public has grown. This impacts policy in real ways that affect the scientific community and society. Now, more than ever, we need experts like you out there talking about your research in an understandable and engaging way.
Of course, this isn’t easy. If it was, everyone would be doing it. You have to walk a delicate balance between clarity and completeness, relevance and accuracy, or advocacy and maintaining credibility. This balance shifts depending on your writing goals, the type of document you are writing, and the audience you are targeting.
Medical writers can help craft a message appropriate for your audience.
I work with authors writing in the following therapeutic areas:
· Maternal/Infant Health
I work with the following types of documents:
|· Blog posts
· Case studies
· Clinical study reports
· Conference reports
· Consumer health articles
|· Meeting summaries
· Needs assessments
· Patient education
· Patient narratives
· White papers