Last updated on May 04, 2019
Our mission is to provide current, evidence-based, accurate and trustworthy health information.
To give you confidence when making choices regarding your health using our health information, we are going to share with you details regarding the editorial process for publishing information on our website.
This includes how we create our content and ensure its accuracy and trustworthiness to who decides which information will be published and more.
Below are our core principles that guide our content creation and publishing.
- At health Tuition, our readers come first: Our content is created with expertise. New content is created based on trends, current medical research, incidences, updated guidelines and more to help you make great decisions about living a healthier life.
- Evidence-based and reliable information: Our content is well researched from trustworthy sources with medical health experts communities. This will help you be confident when making decisions regarding your health and the health of your loved ones.
- Accurate and trustworthy health information: Accuracy and trustworthiness are very important when addressing medical issues that affect you directly or indirectly. Our team of experts tries as much as possible to give accurate health information.
Health Tuition content is for informational purposes and is not intended whatsoever to serve as a substitute for the advice of a physician or other healthcare professional.
Health Tuition clearly distinguishes between editorial information, Advertisement, references, and news. This is to help our readers distinguish advertisement from editorial information.
That is why it is great to improve the quality of online medical information.
Editorial Policy for Healthtuion Editorial Team
Anyone who serves on the Healthtuition Editorial Team must fully disclose any potential conflict of interest with any sponsor or vendor.
Healthtuion staff are kept separate from the staff dedicated to creating advertising content for our advertisers. No staff editorial staff will be asked to perform duties on behalf of an advertiser.
The Healthtuion Editorial Team is charged with the responsibility of providing accurate, objective, accurate accounts of events and issues.
Healthtuion Medical Team ensures that our content, products, and services are of the highest standards of medical integrity.
Content Publishing Process
Every article published in healthtuition is managed by the editorial stuff. Our editorial team comprises of nurses, Surgeons, Doctors, and other health care professionals.
The content to be written and published is arrived at based on the latest health news from reliable sources, announcements from federal health agencies, and peer-reviewed medical journals.
The content is then researched and deep analyzed for accuracy and peer-reviewed by Our editorial team of experienced health professionals to ensure it is responsible, accurate, understandable and helpful to those reading it before publishing it.
Each completed content to be published is reviewed by a physician editor for accuracy, appropriateness of medical language, and proper characterization of the findings.
The story is next reviewed by an Editorial editor who edits it for style, flow, punctuation, and readability.
Finally, the story moves from editing to publishing to the site.
Third parties content
Third parties content is reviewed carefully by our editorial team to ensure it is aligned with our policies.
Healthtuition Accepts advertisement from our advertisers as clearly indicated in our Advertising Policy.
Healthtuition accepts advertising on our website from third parties (“Advertisers”).
This may include sponsored content, partnerships, such as affiliate programs, third-party contextual advertising, banners, badges, and content created or provided by an Advertiser (collectively referred to as “Advertisements” or “Advertising”).
Regardless of the form of an advertisement, the Advertiser is responsible for the accuracy and objectivity of their Advertising and it is subject to our Advertising Policy.
Advertising is not reviewed by the Healthtuition Editorial Team and is not subject to this Editorial Policy.