Video: How to Find Great Sources for Your Healthcare Stories

Happy Thursday! I hope your week is going well so far. Did you set any writing goals for the week? Working on any deadlines?

Hey, speaking of deadlines… Sometimes you may need to find human sources for some of your healthcare content writing work. For example, one time I wrote a story on revised breast cancer screening guidelines that required me to interview three breast specialist MDs to add authority and credibility to the piece.

I’ve noticed that novice freelancers often turn first to putting out a “call” for sources on social media or through services like HARO, and I’m here to tell you that type of sourcing should be reserved as a last resort option. There’s a much better way to locate credible sources quickly – and I made this 9-minute video to show you just how to do it.

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