Writer/Editor Hypertension Control Newsletter

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Institute for the Advancement of Women's Health


The Institute for the Advancement of Women’s Health (IAWH) is seeking a part-time writer/editor for the production of an electronic newsletter to be delivered twice monthly, between January and June 2022. The newsletter will offer short support articles for participants of a six-month hypertension control program. The program combines online learning with monthly group physical activities such as yoga, tai-chi, pilates, walks, and meditation. The program explores diet and nutrition options like plant-based and dairy-free eating, and one on one and small group support. Newsletter articles will encourage program participants, offer spotlights of featured clinicians and presenters, and suggest the use of online, evidence based tools and resources to support hypertension control.

This position is ideal for a public health student, teacher, or someone with a health/ wellness background and someone looking to gain experience working for a nonprofit organization. The successful candidate will work approximately five hours per month and work directly with IAWH staff.


  • Excellent writing and editing skills.
  • Experience conducting interviews.
  • Interest in women’s health.
  • Ability to work remotely.
  • Take direction, but also make innovative suggestions.
  • Able to identify evidence-based tools and resources online.

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About Institute for the Advancement of Women's Health


2300 Vantage Drive, WOODBRIDGE, VA 22191, US

Mission Statement

IAWH is a community-based, 501 c 3, organization, founded in Prince William County, Virginia. Our mission is to broaden the understanding of women’s health beyond reproductive and sexual health, raising awareness and increasing knowledge about a woman as a whole person, considering her sociology and the many social determinants that can impact health and wellness.


  • IAWH has been able to persevere through the COVID pandemic serving the DC, MD, and VA metro area.

    • Developed and hosted more than 14 women’s health and wellness programs

    2020 Women’s H&W sessions

    • Elizabeth Cotter, Ph.D., Women’s Wellness | Self-Care
    • Michelle Hoersch, MS., Resilience | Adverse Childhood Experiences
    • Zerline Chambers-Kersey, MD, Women, and STDs
    • Gabrielle Bercy, MD, MPH, MBA, Endometriosis & Uterine Fibroids
    • Cheryl Thompson, MSPH, Writing for Emotional Wellness
    • Groesbeck Parham, MD, Eliminating Cervical Cancer
    • Alice Chen, MD, Loneliness, Social Isolation
    • Purnima Sinha, Mindfulness
    • Geoffrey Ray, MD & Debra Rundles, RN, Breast Health
    • Karen Lindsey Marshall, JD, Needs of Caregivers
    • Janine Payne, MPH, Women’s Health for the New Year

2021 Women’s Health and Wellness Sessions

  • Michelle Petri, M.D., M.P.H. & Lauren Metelski, RN, M.P.H. Lupus: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment
  • Nicole Verdun, MD, Understanding COVID-19: The Virus, Therapeutics, The Vaccines
  • Mentored four American University Public Health Scholars in 2020 and 2021.

Health & Medicine
Media & Broadcasting


Fri Jan 14, 2022 - Thu Apr 14, 2022
10:00 AM - 03:00 PM


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Healthcare
  • Journalism
  • Copy Writing / Copy Editing
  • Social Media / Blogging
  • Critical Thinking
  • Verbal / Written Communication




  • This newsletter will be published on average twice per month from January - June 2022. The time commitment could be five to 10 hours per month.

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