The definitive guidelines for writing, designing, and testing medicine information for consumers.
This third edition has been updated, restructured as a reference tool to meet the needs of occasional and dedicated writers of medicine information for consumers. It contains new illustrations, worked examples, and an expanded module on testing with medicine users.
Communication Research Press, 1995 83 pp, ISBN 0 947170 06 5
Heady speculation and bright promises for the future of the information superhighway are taking place in an informationless society. We are facing an uncertain communication future with little information to guide us.
In this book, leading public figures, policy-makers and researchers raise serious concerns about the current debate. They describe research findings, and the many gaps in our knowledge, and they review policy debates and political imperatives.
Originally used as a course text in Science Communication at the Australian National University, this set of readings will be of great interest to anyone working in communication and information design.