Words of Wisdom: Writing and Editing Effectively

The Editor’s Role in the Healthcare World: Part 1

The Editor’s Role in the Healthcare World: Part 1

I recently had the chance to interview a former colleague and friend—we’ll call her SH—who has worked in various roles and capacities in healthcare communications. As I expected, she was full of wisdom for writers, editors, and project managers. Here is part 1 of the...

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If the Shoe Fits: Keeping it Real in Communication

If the Shoe Fits: Keeping it Real in Communication

If words are meant to be spoken, then messages are meant to serve a purpose. Recently, my husband and I were out together for some appointments and we wandered into a store to poke around. We went to leave through the door we entered. “Do not enter,” I read the sign...

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Innovation in Language: Taking “Meducation” to the Streets

The other day I was texting with a friend and former colleague and she made a typo—not a problem. Texting is meant to be a fast means of communication, and who among us hasn’t hit a neighbouring “o” instead of an “i” resulting in a hilarious misuse of prepositions?...

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The Editor’s Role in the Healthcare World: Part 1

You Know You’re an Editor When…

You carry a red pen in your purse just in case a random person asks you to “proof” a document when you’re in the mall. You either cringe at spelling mistakes and typos in restaurant menus or you give a gentle chuckle and say “That’s cute” while adding up in your head...

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Dream Bigger

In the spirit of the New Year, I thought I'd take the time to start the next chapter of HH Communication Services. For me, I get the itch to start something new and/or close out the old around September, which coincides with a new school year. However, this year I...

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Heather Hepplewhite (Stuart)

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