3 Questions to Ask Yourself When Writing for Lay Audiences
As medical writers, the heart of our work is to convey information to a specific audience. Writing for patients, we are trusted with interpreting highly technical information to educate, protect, enable, and empower our readers. The result of poor understanding can be directly harmful to health. However, successfully informing patients leads to better health outcomes, including more preventative care and fewer hospitalizations.
In this post I offer 3 questions that will help you use plain language effectively and successfully when writing for lay audiences.
October 28, 2019 at 1:30 PMRead More
Topics: Health communication