Jane Langille is an award-winning health and medical writer, journalist and content creator

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I love that my work gives me the opportunity to help people understand complex health and medical topics. As a communications professional with over 18 years of experience, I draw on my unique blend of health journalism skills, consumer brand marketing experience and business degree to help my clients engage, inform and inspire their readers and stakeholders.

Accurate, evidence-based health information is more essential than ever in today's fast-paced digital world. I have interviewed hundreds of doctors, healthcare professionals, scientists and patients on a wide range of health topics including new drugs, gene editing, medical devices, cancer, heart disease, rare diseases, obesity, fitness, nutrition and more. I am highly skilled at parsing clinical studies, drawing balanced conclusions and using storytelling techniques to captivate readers.

“I hired Jane to write our 2016-17 Annual Report. She did an excellent job communicating the impact of our innovation programs and projects in progress for our stakeholders, who include innovators, healthcare providers, private sector partners, funding organizations and consumers. Jane has a high-level of professionalism and dedication, works well with our team, submits work on time and has a keen attention to detail.”

David Stoller, Senior Marketing Specialist, Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation

WHAT'S NEW?

ALS Canada Research Profile Series

Here’s one of 12 stories I’ve been writing for ALS Canada, profiling research projects that recently received a total of $3 million in funding from the ALS Canada Research Program 2017.

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

For doctors with patients who have a rare gene mutation, this clinical update about prophylactic gastrectomy summarizes the procedure and discusses the implications of recent research.

The Costco
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This story about monitoring blood pressure provides the latest evidence-based information from leading experts, published in Canada's largest consumer magazine by distribution.

Are you looking for an experienced health communications expert who understands brand strategy, can create engaging and accurate content for consumer and healthcare professional audiences, is easy to work with and delivers clean copy on time?