Words of Wisdom: Writing and Editing Effectively

Study Smart, Work Effectively (3 of 3): The Procrastinator

Study Smart, Work Effectively (3 of 3): The Procrastinator

Think back to your days in post-secondary education: were you the type who kept up with your class readings? Did you start studying well in advance of the exam or did you approach your studying with a plan but cram the night before? How you studied back then might...

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Study Smart, Work Effectively (2 of 3): Last-minute crammer

Study Smart, Work Effectively (2 of 3): Last-minute crammer

Students are under a great deal of stress this time of year: final exams. With up to seven exams and final projects due in a matter of days, we hope that students have learned how best they learn so they can study effectively. Thankfully, those approaches to looming...

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Study Smart, Work Effectively (1 of 3): Study as you go-er

Study Smart, Work Effectively (1 of 3): Study as you go-er

Students across the country are pushing their party nights aside to buckle down and get serious about their school work. Strange pre-exam rituals are being performed and coffee and energy drinks are being consumed on campuses all over. It’s that time again: final...

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Writing it Right: Making Your Marketing Materials Shine

Writing it Right: Making Your Marketing Materials Shine

It used to be that the elite few could say they’ve been published. In this world of on-demand and vanity press publishing, anyone can be a published writer. Simply send in your manuscript and a self-publishing company will print and publish it for you, complete with...

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Get Motivated About Your Business

Get Motivated About Your Business

Do you dread Mondays? At the end of a work week do you find yourself breathing a sigh of relief and thinking, “Phew! I made it”? Have you ever asked yourself, “What’s the point?” If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, you’re likely feeling unmotivated with...

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The Editor’s Role in the Healthcare World: Part 2

The Editor’s Role in the Healthcare World: Part 2

In last week's post, I shared part of an interview with a former colleague and friend (we're calling her SH) who has worked in various roles and capacities in healthcare communications. I'm sure you'll enjoy part 2 of the interview, where SH shares her insights about...

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Heather Hepplewhite (Stuart)

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