Primarily designed for students seeking careers in healthcare communication, this book also serves as a useful guide for nascent practitioners. Healthcare writing audiences are diversifying, from traditional physicians and patients to administrators in government and insurance groups as well as technical practitioners. Writing for these increasingly diverse healthcare audiences is the focus of this book, which has just enough theory to lay groundwork, plentiful examples to illustrate how theory is practiced, summaries that highlight key points, and realistic practice exercises. In addition to the emphasis on diverse audiences, the book stresses the importance of the writing process, from pre-writing to final editing. The book includes writing checklists for completeness and accuracy, and it incorporates many helpful real-world examples of healthcare documentation.Some books, interestingly, are published in different versions so as to target physicians, nurses, or other groups, ... Knowing target audiences for the expected workload allows writers to spend their funds most parsimoniouslyaespecially since funds for online services may also be needed. ... 12th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill Professional; 2010. 5 PDR Staff. Physiciansa#39; Desk Reference (PDR). 67th ed.
|Title||:||Writing for Today's Healthcare Audiences|
|Author||:||Robert J. Bonk|
|Publisher||:||Broadview Press - 2015-02-04|