SELECTED SAMPLES OF MY WRITING
Excerpts of some of my writing are included here to illustrate the variety of topical areas on which I’ve written, and the different depths of the writing. In some cases, the members of the target audience were well- versed in other aspects of biology and needed to be brought up to speed in the area of a new product launch. In other cases, the reps had little or no previous biological or medical knowledge. Some of the older pieces (the oldest was in 1987) show how much word processing has improved since then. (Click on the heading to see the sample.)
This article on influenza was written for the American Society of Clinical Pathologists and published as a feature article in their publication Laboratory Medicine [1998 (Nov);29(11):674-682]. The published title is “Influenza—Will the Next Outbreak Spell DISASTER?” These first 6 pages of the manuscript are as submitted, that is, before editing. They are posted on our Web site with permission of the ASCP.
PAPERS ON ORIGINAL RESEARCH
I’ve published about 80 papers in peer-reviewed journals. The abstracts of many of these articles can be found in PubMed, by inserting “goodheart c” into the search bar.
I’ve written a number of review articles. As an example, my review article CELLULAR AND PLASMA FIBRONECTINS (SIM Industrial Microbiology News (1991;41(6): 266-272), is posted here with permission of copyright holder.
PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE TRAINING PROGRAMS
Included here are a few samples of training programs I’ve written, with excerpts that can be shared.
THE DIGESTIVE TRACT
HIV: OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS
MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING (MRI)
UPPER RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS
In addition to the present Web site, I have written an article posted on a Web site explaining to physicians and other professionals how to deal with constipation in patients receiving opioids for treatment of chronic pain:Managing Opioid-Induced Constipation in Ambulatory-Care Patients
I am currently a contributing writer to the Web site Addiction Treatment Forum, and also contribute to the quarterly print Newsletter published by AT Forum, with a circulation of about 11,500 subscribers; the print version is posted on the same Web site.