|Content Quality Standards||
The Ceutica Quality Standards were developed to drive the implementation of evidence-based best practice and robust governance systems to improve the quality of health content and medical communications in Australia and New Zealand.
Ceutica writers, editors and reviewers work hard to ensure content is compliant with the following:
We focus on the 10 NSQHS Standards to drive the implementation of safety and quality systems and improve the quality of health care in Australia. Our aim is to support patient-centric care and the healthcare professionals, organisations and policy makers who work with patients and carers.
We are committed to reliable health and medical information on the internet. HONcode is a code of ethics that guides us to set up a minimum set of mechanisms to provide quality, objective and transparent medical information tailored to the needs of the audience. HONcode is the oldest and the most used ethical and trustworthy code for medical and health related information available on Internet.
We work to ensure content aligns to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 for improving web accessibility. Produced by the W3C, these guidelines provide general standards for websites to help them serve users with disabilities.
We deliver compelling health content and cross-platform digital programs that are:
Designed around a solid evidence-base to grow ideas, brands and businesses.
Strategically crafted to stir emotion, inspire action and transform behaviours
Tailored to attract your target audience using your brand’s voice / persona
Edited to meet stringent TGA and Medsafe regulatory requirements & industry guidelines
Optimised for search engine results (SEO & SEM)
Measured against metrics to maximise impact and ROI.