Editing a Health Newsletter
Editing a health newsletter is much like editing any other organization document. Credibility is of utmost importance when writing about health related topics. As a result it’s particularly important to pay careful attention when editing a health newsletter. Hopefully these newsletter tips will simplify the process of editing a health newsletter.
- Print out a copy of the health newsletter.
- Be certain to read all text and use a red pen to identify any grammatical errors and spelling errors. Be certain to write down any queries you might have about missing or incorrect info on sticky notes and attach them to the relevant pages.
- Make sure to check the spelling of every employee and vendor name mentioned in the health newsletter. The spelling of employee names may be verified through your human resources (HR) department and vendor names can often be checked online.
- Be certain to review all photographs and their related captions to ensure they accurately describe the photos they reference.
- Be sure every page is numbered accurately.
- Make sure to review the table of contents, making sure that page number references and article titles are correct.
- Make certain to make a photocopy of your corrections then submit the original marked-up copy to the health newsletter designer.
- Be certain to print a copy of the final draft and compare it to your photocopy to ensure that all of your corrections were made.
- Be sure to submit any final changes to the health newsletter creator.
A health newsletter is an excellent way for a corporation to communicate corporation health priorities, a corporation’s health and wellness program news and to highlight worker’s wellness program related accomplishments. Once the health newsletter has gone through the planning, writing and design process it is then reviewed by the editor. This is quite possibly the most vital step in the process of creating a health newsletter, as the editor ensures that the final product is obviously written, valid and free of grammatical errors.