Editorial Services

Ms. Dold is experienced in writing and editing all types of materials, from one-page press releases to blog posts and complex technical reports, in many different fields of science. She is also experienced in managing large editorial projects, including helping teams of co-authors meet their deadlines and produce high-quality, professional documents. Fees vary and may be arranged on an hourly or a project basis.

Feature Articles
Feature articles in the past have covered topics ranging from ancient evidence of cannibalism to the treatment of migraines.

Interactive Media
Ms. Dold has extensive experience in writing, editing, and organizing interactive programs, particularly those for medical consumers. These projects typically involve writing and editing copy, outlining the structural and navigational aspects of programs, and working closely with designers and programmers.

Copywriting and Project Management (Print and Interactive)
Copywriting and project management services are available for all types of products. Project management typically includes setting an editorial schedule for a team of co-authors, coordinating the submissions of all co-authors, editing or rewriting all submitted copy and writing some sections, assembling and editing graphic elements and front and back matter, and working with graphic designers, web programmers, and printers. Past projects have included:

  • Annual reports
  • Blog posts
  • Book chapters
  • Brochures
  • Calendar copy
  • Conference blog management
  • Conference news coverage
  • Continuing medical education programs
  • Fact sheets
  • Fundraising materials
  • Media backgrounders
  • Newsletters
  • Patient education booklets
  • Pharmaceutical sales materials
  • PowerPoint presentations
  • Press releases
  • Scientific reports
  • Social media planning and management
  • Sponsored magazine inserts
  • Websites

Editing and Proofreading
Editing and proofreading of all types of materials is available, including highly technical scientific and academic writing.

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