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How to write your Covid-19 blog

Published
18/05/2020
Author(s)
Kevin Wong, Jean Hine

If you want to write about your experiences.  Here is our how to guide.

Length

Your blog doesn’t have to be long, between 600 to 800 words.  This guidance is around 230 words.

Structure

You may want to structure it in the following way:

If you are a practitioner:

Describe briefly what kind of service and/or organisation you work for.
Tell us about the problem and challenge.  We suggest you focus on one thing.
Tell us how you solved it.

If you are a service user:

Tell us about your situation.
Tell us the problems you are facing.
Tell us how you are managing to cope, what’s helping and what’s not helping

Advice and guidance

Once you have sent us your blog one of our article editors will review it for you and will provide you with advice, to help you shape your piece so that you can get your message across in the best way.

Ones we made earlier

To have a look at blogs that we’ve published previously click here.

How to submit your blog

If you would like to submit a blog or discuss an idea (for a blog) contact us at bjcj@mmu.ac.uk

We look forward to receiving your submissions.  In the meantime stay safe and well.

 

On behalf of the editorial board

Kevin Wong and Jean Hine (Co-editors)

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