Bliss brings a lot of great experience to the table here at Coffee Break. Not only does she have years of writing medical content under her belt, but she also has experience as content manager for a large, multi-writer medical blog with content that ranges from highly academic research to short news items. She understands what works and what doesn’t work on a medical blog. [Read more…]
Medical Blog Idea
If not the whole month, then at least one day is dedicated to something. For example, the third Wednesday of every September is National Backpack Awareness day. I wrote a post about this for Hunt Regional Medical Partners last week.
I keep a calendar of all these days, weeks, and months that are medically related to draw upon for blog post ideas. And I recommend you do the same. [Read more…]
In the mire of bad medical information out there on the web, a medical blog can be a beacon of integrity–a shining antidote.
Blogs are accessible to people; they use everyday language in a casual style. A blog is a great place to provide useful evidence-based medical information that people will understand.
A medical blog is also where you can show people who you are. That you are one of the good ones: a practitioner who knows their stuff and puts patient health and wellbeing above all else. And doing that will naturally attract patients–who doesn’t want that?
We are passionate about medical blogging, so we give lots of advice on the subject:
But, I think we’ve been getting ahead of ourselves. So, in this post, I am going to back up and explain exactly what a “medical blog” is.
I mean, understanding that really is Step One to making it happen. [Read more…]