We have reached week 5 of our step up challenge and we are feeling energised. The benefits of walking may not be radically obvious, but our muscles are still getting a good work out. This article outlines which muscles are working hard! #stepup #muscles #walkingread more >>
The World Health Organization say at least 30% of all new HIV infections happen among 15–25 year-olds. Today is National Youth HIV and AIDS Awareness Day and we need to spread the word, engaging, educating and empowering the young on how to protect themselves against HIV and AIDS. Susanne Ulm, a Medical Writer at Prime Global, explores the growing problem of HIV and AIDS amongst young people and highlights the latest therapies. Follow the link to read more and share it to spread awareness. Together, and especially today, we can help prevent HIV and AIDS.read more >>
We can raise awareness by joining the conversation and by sharing information about HIV/AIDS in youth. You never know what impact you have on other people. A lonely teenager might stumble across your tweet by accident and read more about this topic. Parents might feel encouraged to start a conversation with their children. We could try to make the world a better place, one person at a time… Susanne Ulm, PhDread more >>
Valerie Moss attended the conference, “Publishing, medical writing and authorship: is more transparency needed?” This issue may also be known as ghostwriting. The definition of a ghostwriter is an Individual who inputs substantially, but acknowledged hardly at all for their work.
This event focused on discussing issues around authorship and the transparency of medical writing support, exploring industry practices and the use and recognition of writers.read more >>