An Introduction to Health and Wellness Writing
In this pragmatic, instantly applicable communications class, you’ll learn how to educate others about physical and mental health and empower choices that could help them live longer, happier, healthier lives!
Using practical examples and her training from WebMD and Cleveland Clinic, Meredith will teach you the basics of vital skills you could use for a new career!
Your words could save lives!
You will learn how to:
No prior writing experience is required!
A college education helps, but you don’t need an advanced degree to write about health!
Are you talking about writing those complicated, boring medical journals?
Nope! You’ll find this type of writing in articles on hospital websites, blog posts for magazines, news reports, posters in your doctor’s office, those TVs in a hospital waiting room, books for non professionals, and more!
WHO: Writers and editors looking for a new skill, medical professionals who want to communicate better, and anyone who struggles to understand their own doctor!
DATE: Saturday, September 9
START TIME: 11:00 am Pacific • 12 pm Mountain • 1 pm Central • 2 pm Eastern
WHERE: Join from anywhere in the world via Zoom
WHAT: 90-minute mini-class
NOTE: All registered attendees will receive a full video replay!
Meredith “Mere” Morckel is a writer, teacher, creative consultant, storyteller, speaker, and reluctant optimist who uses her words to educate, entertain, and empower. She earned her BA in Writing and Psychology from Bluffton University and her MA in Professional Writing from New England College. During work hours she’s a health and wellness blogger for WebMD and she runs the WebMD Fibromyalgia Community group on Facebook. She also writes for HealthDay.com and previously worked for the Cleveland Clinic. By night she writes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, songs, character-guided journals, and nonsense. Mere is passionate about ceaseless self-improvement, books, mental health, social media, music, dogs, and epic kindness. Visit her at her website at www.MereMorckel.com.
Jacob Nordby is the author of The Divine Arsonist: A Tale of Awakening, and Blessed Are the Weird – A Manifesto for Creatives. His third book, The Creative Cure, was released by Hierophant Publishing in 2021 with a foreword by Julia Cameron. He is the founder of the Heal + Create community and also a highly introverted person who can often be found working in the quietest corner of some Boise coffee shop. Meet him on his website at www.JacobNordby.com.