PAMELA WILSON is a freelance journalist, editor, media educator and corporate writer
Pamela has worked in the media industry as a journalist and editor for 22 years. For 10 of those she has operated her own freelance business, specialising in writing for and about the health sector. In that time, she has developed expertise in covering medical-political and consumer health issues for the mainstream and business-to-business press.
She writes for the GP newspaper Medical Observer and the ABC's online health publication ABC Health and Wellbeing. Her articles have appeared in scores of Australian and international publications, and she enjoys writing about a diverse range of other topics including finance, the environment, travel, lifestyle, family and literature.
Pamela is also a proficient media educator and public speaker. She is a former presenter of the Feature Writing for Magazines and Newspapers course at the Sydney Writers' Centre and was a speaker at the 2010 Walkley Media Conference. She has appeared at literary festivals, including the Sydney Writers' Festival, and author events as a facilitator.
Her writing and media education roles extend to the corporate sector. She has conducted media briefings, and written a wide variety of content for companies of all sizes, including international and national corporates, small to medium-sized companies and individuals.
And as a structural editor and proofreader for a boutique children's publisher, she advises authors on grammatical and structural improvements to their books in a supportive and encouraging way.