Write a post for the Fuse blog

This blog is a forum for sharing our 'warts-and-all' experiences of doing and translating public health research. Posts differ in tone: some are written informally and others formally depending on the subject matter. However, we are not looking for posts that read like a reports or news items.

The most successful posts tend to reflect personal views/experiences and are written by one or two people rather than a group.  These often spark interesting discussion, both on-line and in person.

We hope that the blog provides an insight into public health research for those not directly involved by revealing what is going on ‘behind the scenes’: depicting the joys and frustrations, acting to inspire or provide support to others.

The blog is currently overseen and edited by a friendly group of Fuse members. We publish blog posts once a week and publicise these via our main twitter account (@fuse_online) and Facebook page (www.facebook.com/fuseonline).  

How to contribute

We welcome posts of 500-700 words from anyone involved in public health and are happy to discuss any ideas for posts with you.

Email your posts to Mark Welford (m.welford@tees.ac.uk), Fuse Communications Officer.

Still need convincing? Then read this post on why you should blog or if you can't think of anything to write, why not start with our three questions quiz?