By Rachel Gregory, Editorial Production Manager
In a world of information overload, where it’s hard to identify what’s trustworthy and what’s not, quality health content has never been more necessary. Even more so, as the global pandemic is far from over.
Accreditation is a major way to set your health content apart from your competitors’ and show that it’s authoritative.
Here at Thrive, we recently steered a client through the accreditation process. That got us thinking about effective ways to streamline all the preparation required before applying.
Now we’re out the other side, we’ve created ‘How to use the accreditation process to improve your health content’ – the guide we wished we’d had six months ago. Packed with useful advice such as:
- key things accreditors look for
- making resources accessible
- quality checking your health information
- creating an application action plan
…It can support providers of high-quality health information through the application and assessment process.
Thrive’s vision is to empower everyone to make positive health choices. Key to this is ensuring that there are plenty of quality-marked content providers they can turn to.
Rachel is Editorial Production Manager at Thrive. She is responsible for coordinating projects as well as editing and delivering engaging health content.
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