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Elizabeth Johnston-young who am I and what can I offer? I am a freelance writer, who works hard at producing high quality Medical Writing Assignments. I am a Medical Writer with passion, I like to get a feel for the subject I’m writing about. On receiving any new assignment, before any pen goes to paper so to speak, a great deal of thought and research into my work. I enjoy what I do and like to think the quality of my effort shines through.

I make sure I listen to my client, get the assignment done in the time scale we have agreed and always pay particular attention to detail.

I am a member of The Royal Society of Medicine, The European Medical Writers Association (EMWA) and The Society of Authors. Where I connect with Health Professionals and other medical writers and keep up extensive training. After gaining my Masters I went on to study for my PhD. I believe studying and writing my thesis taught me discipline and I did all my work with meticulous detail and handed everything in on time. This has given me grounding and a fabulous grasp not only for medical writing but for freelance work.

Services I Offer

  • Websites
  • Leaflets
  • Newsletters
  • Flyers
  • Power point presentations
  • Reports, Brochures
  • Social media content; posts for clients and advertisements.
  • Blog Posts
  • Manuscrips
  • Clinical Study Reports
  • Education materials
  • Patient Health Education
  • Training Manuals
  • Scientific journals

The above list is by no means exhaustive. If there is something you would like us to discuss, with the prospect of me undertaking your project, no matter if it’s a single page or a 60,000 word thesis. I will be delighted to chat and work out your requirements and give you a price and date for your assignment(s).

Topics I have worked on include

  • Oncology,
  • Nutrition,
  • Tube Feeding; gastrostomy,
  • Endocrinology,
  • Neurology.
  • Huntington’s Disease
  • Depression
Hubby, Steve and Me

As well as working freelance, I enjoy writing personally; I write a health blog promoting awareness of neuroendocrine cancer. It talks of everyday living of living with incurable cancer. Posts vary from physical health to emotional upset, with happy events in between. Symptoms, drugs and treatment are discussed. The blog can be found at Smile Each and Everyday


The way I work

I like to get to know my clients; see how they like to work and try my best to fit around them as much as I can.

Keeping deadlines are important, when we agree a date I will do my upmost to make sure the assignments are ready.

I will respect all clients confidentiality at all times.