shoPTalk writing guidelines

First off, thank you for writing for us! We appreciate it and we hope you enjoy making a contribution.
 

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Writing the article

Length: Write until you’ve said your piece. If you need more structure, aim for something between 750-1,500 words

Tone: Keep it light and inviting; like you’re having a conversation with a colleague

A story or a case study is a great way to hook readers into your post

Pictures: Would you please include any pictures that can add to your post? Images break up content and give weight to your words

Bio: Please feel free to include a picture and a one or two sentence summary of yourself. You can also include a Twitter handle or website that we’ll be happy to link to (and Tweet at you when the article is published!)

Collaboration: Please expect feedback. We want your post to best resonate with our readers, and we’ll do our best to work with you to make that happen.

 

Questions?

Email Sasha at ssperanzini@physiotherapy.ca for brainstorming, draft submissions, and planning.