Word Hen Ltd. works for a wide rang of clients, particularly in the executive coaching, finance, and legal sectors. Some are one-off projects, others on a regular basis. We also work for three marketing agencies, writing for major companies. Confidentiality means we cannot name names, but you have heard of them. The next time a flyer falls out of your magazine, you get a leaflet in with your gas bill, or log onto your internet banking, remember someone wrote it!
The clients below are the ones we can mention – some prefer to keep us secret!
Before she became a copywriter, Joanna wrote research articles for her job, and historical articles for fun (and money).
MacLachlan M, Ager A, & Brown J. (1996) Health Locus of Control in Malawi: A failure to support the cross-cultural validity of the HLOCQ. Psychology and Health 12 pp 33-38.
Harding S, Bethune A, Maxwell R, & Brown J. (1997) Mortality trends using the Longitudinal Study. In: Health Inequalities, edited by Drever, F. and Whitehead, M. London: TSO pp 143-155.
Brown J, Harding S, Bethune A, & Rosato M. (1997) Incidence of Health of the Nation cancers by social class. Population Trends 90 pp 40-47. London: TSO.
Rosato M, Harding S, McVey E, & Brown J. (1998) Research implications of improvements in access to the ONS Longitudinal Study. Population Trends 91. pp 35-42. London: TSO.
Harding S, Rosato M, & Brown J. (1998) Socio-demographic profile of the parents of those who become lone mothers. Population Trends 91, pp 2-3. London: TSO.
Brown J, Harding S, Bethune A, & Rosato M. (1998) Longitudinal Study of socio-economic differences in the incidence of stomach, colorectal and pancreatic cancers. Population Trends 94 pp 35-41. London: TSO.
Ross L, Alder E, Brown J, Cawood E, & Gebbie A. (1999) Psychological effects of hormone replacement therapy: a comparison of tibolone and a sequential oestrogen therapy. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology, Vol 20 no 2 pp88-96
Harding S, Brown J, Rosato M, & Hattersley L. (1999) Socio-economic differentials in health: illustrations from the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study. Health Statistics Quarterly 01 pp 5-15. London: TSO.
Harding S, Rosato M, Brown J, & Smith J. (1999) Longitudinal Study of disadvantage in childhood and adult health status. Health Statistics Quarterly 03 pp 30-34. London: TSO.
Drever F, Fisher K, Brown J, & Clark J. (2000) Social Inequalities. London:TSO.
Donovan N, Brown J, & Bellulo L. (2001) Satisfaction with public services: A discussion paper. Performance and Innovation Unit. (later the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit)
Co-author (2001) Tackling the Diseases of Poverty. Performance and Innovation Unit (later the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit)
Alder, E, Ross, L, Cawood, E, Brown, J, and Gebbie, A. The effects of HRT on psychological symptons: preliminary results of a trial comparing Livial and Prempak C. Women’s Health Conference, Sweden. 1995.
Harding S, Bethune A, Maxwell R, Brown J & Rosato M. Social class trends in mortality: 22 years of follow-up of women and men in the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study. Society for Social Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting. York, UK. September 1996.
Brown J, Harding S, Bethune A & Rosato M. Incidence of Health of the Nation cancers by social class. Association for Public Health, Annual Public Forum. Lancaster. UK. March 1998.
Harding S, Rosato M & Brown J. Longitudinal Study of socio-economic differences in incidence from main cancers. Women’s Health: Occupation and Reproduction. Reykjavik, Iceland. May 1998.
Brown J, Harding S & Rosato M. Longitudinal Study of socio-economic differences in incidence from main cancers among women. Health and Risk: An International Symposium. Oxford UK. June 1998.
Harding S, Brown J & Rosato M. Socio-economic differentials in health: illustrations from the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study. Statistics for Social and Economic Development. Mexico. September 1998.
Brown J, Harding S & Rosato M. Socio-economic differences in cancer incidence and survival. South and West Regional Health Authority, Public Health Residential School Workshop. Bath UK. October 1998.
GEORGIAN HISTORY AND LITERATURE ARTICLES FOR REGENCY WORLD MAGAZINE
A Trifling and Confident, Idle and Expensive Fellow – Mr Yates
A Young Lady of Deep Reflection – Mary Bennett
A Clever Man, A Reading Man – Captain Benwick
Dejected, Yet Sedate – Eleanor Tilney
Poor Miss Taylor – Mrs Weston
A Good Humoured, Merry, Fat, Elderly Woman – Mrs Jennings
A Good Eye for an Adulteress – Jane Austen’s letters
Nothing But A Name, Mysteriously Sparkling – Beau Brummell
The Loveliest and Best Tempered Woman – Georgiana Devonshire
The Best of Women – Dora Jordan
The Most Fascinating Little Being – Lady Caroline Lamb
The Queen of the Desert – Lady Hester Stanhope
A Most Infamous Corruption – The Financial Bubble of 1720
I highly recommend Joanna and her excellent services. Her integrity, honesty and dedication to excellence are invaluable qualities.
She’s great at editing and writing content across all media, including websites, profiles and white papers, and knows how to get real value from social media.
Joanna has recently worked with us on one of our projects and she definitely is someone to hold on to. She comes highly recommended.
Joanna is an important part of our team and will be for a long time. Highly recommended for your business
Working with Joanna was an absolute pleasure and her flexibility and professionalism shone through.
Joanna is easy and fun to work with, but is strong enough to tell me some hard truths.
Joanna is great and I can’t recommend her and her work high enough and we will continue to use her services where we can
I highly recommend Joanna and her excellent services. Her integrity, honesty and dedication to excellence are invaluable qualities
Professional and highly disciplined wordsmiths. I have hired Word Hen to create my business website, which they did in an excellent fashion.
Joanna is a very capable and effective copy writer who produced a great result when designing and developing my personal profile.
Superb attention to detail and never misses a deadline. Transforms over-wordy text into snappy and effective writing.
Her attention to detail is superb, and the results of predictable high quality.
I urge you to give her wordsmith skills a try out, and it won’t even cost you that much.
We are so glad to have found someone who understands our business and can help us to take it further.
Thank you for the work so far, it’s been very well received by the partners.