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DendWrite Communications


Writing is the cornerstone of DendWrite Communications. Our writers are published professionals with experience in academia and industry. We will take the time to listen to your needs, analyze your content, understand your audience, and develop an effective means to communicate your message. As shown below, we have written in a variety of formats for diverse audiences.

Articles and posters that we write must mention our involvement, either by co-authorship on in an acknowledgement section. With today's ghostwriting concerns, this is more for your protection than ours.


  • Peer-Reviewed Articles
  • Online Content
  • Corporate Documentation
  • Newsletters
  • Brochures
  • Slide Kits/Lecture Notes
  • Posters
  • User Manuals
  • Online Help Systems


  • Physicians (GPs to specialists)
  • Biomedical Scientists
  • Psychologists
  • Consumers
  • Government Agencies
  • Computer Users

Editing is another of our strengths. While it's been said "Behind every good writer is a good editor," we think that not-so-good writers deserve a great editor! We pride ourselves in our accuracy, thoroughness, turnaround, and value. Our experience with a variety of disciplines and formats will benefit your next writing project.

"Nothing distroys an organisations credibility as badly as inatention too the details." - A. Poorwriter, 1995(?)

Granted, the above is an exaggeration, but you'd be amazed at some of the mistakes that ultimately appear in published form. These may include:

  • errors in spelling, style, and punctuation
  • improper use of graphics
  • poor formatting
  • inconsistencies with other material

We at DendWrite Communications can edit/proofread your materials before they are seen by the public. Let us save you the embarrassment of being told that you released something less than perfect. Don't be among those accustomed to quickly publishing a product and fixing it once enough people tell you it's faulty (insert your own Windows joke here).