Call for Authors: Regulatory Focus Wants You
Posted 18 September 2013 | By
Writing for RegulatoryFocus is a rewarding experience that can place your work in front of a substantial segment of the regulatory profession. Consider that over the course of the last year alone, Focus has been read by more than 300,000 people who read more than 900,000 pages of content, staying nearly three minutes per visit on average.
Our visitors come from around the world, everywhere from India, the EU, China, Canada, Japan and nearly everywhere else across the globe.
They're an engaged bunch, hungry for regulatory content and looking for insight on how they can do their jobs better. And when you write for Focus, that audience will be reading your article and engaging with your ideas.
Here's your chance. Regulatory Focus is seeking volunteers to write on topics that are relevant, interesting and/or newsworthy. You can contribute in a variety of different ways, including:
- Feature articles marked by an in-depth analysis of a regulatory topic
- Articles on quality, compliance, science, technology or legal topics
- Perspectives pieces raising well-thought-out opinions on regulatory topics
When you write for Regulatory Focus, you're not alone. You're backed by the regulatory expertise of our Board of Editors, who will help mentor you along the way as you take your draft article to final publication. You will also be assisted by the staff members of Regulatory Focus, who will shepherd your article through to publication on the Regulatory Focus website.
Send us your ideas and we'll help transform your insight into an article that can reach thousands. Contact Regulatory Focus Managing Editor Janet Aker at firstname.lastname@example.org to begin the process.
Haven't seen Focus? For the month of September, the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) invites all regulatory professionals to take advantage of RAPS Free Access month. Free Access Month allows visitors to explore featured articles, written by subject matter experts, regulators and RAPS members, available in Regulatory Focus.