Write For United Patients Group

Do you want to write for United Patients Group? You’ve come to the right place. Please read these guidelines before submitting a piece to our editorial team.

Topics We Cover

United Patients Group focuses on helping Patients, their loved ones and caregivers, as well as Medical Professionals, better understand medical marijuana and CBD and how this natural medicine can be used to help Patients lead a better, healthier life.

United Patients Group is interested in the following topics:

  • The impact of Medical Marijuana and CBD (or other derivatives of the Cannabis and Hemp Plant on:
    • Cancer
    • Auto-immune diseases, eg., Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, IBD, Lupus, Graves Disease, Addison Disease, Lupus, etc,
    • Pain
    • Anxiety
    • Epilepsy
    • Glaucoma
    • Mental Health Conditions, eg., Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
    • Crohn’s Disease

    …or any other medical benefit of the Marijuana and Hemp plants.

  • Latest research and studies on Medical Marijuana and CBD
  • Patient stories on using Medical Marijuana and CBD; what they learned, how it helped them, advice they would give to Patients.
  • Patient and/or caregiver advice on how to best use Medical Marijuana and how it can change their lives for the better
Here's A List Of What We Publish From Guest Contributors:
  • Bylined “how-to” articles for our website
  • Summaries of research findings based on polls, surveys, and research studies conducted by marketers, academia, PR firms, and other researchers
  • Bylined thought-leadership articles (op/ed-type pieces)
  • Infographics
How To Get Your Article Published On United Patients Group

We get a lot of submissions. Following these guidelines will increase your chances of getting your article published in United Patients Group:

  • Write from an objective viewpoint and convey valuable how-to information to the reader. Focus on practical advice, actionable tips, and useful know-how about a specific topic.
  • Articles should be at least 800-1,000 words, but not much more than 1,200 or so. Feel free to include images, charts, graphs, and the like—but only if they help convey a point.
  • Articles should be original to the author and unpublished elsewhere. (Infographics can have appeared elsewhere.)
  • We will include one or two ungated links that illustrate a point in your article. United Patients Group does not allow links to: gated content, product pages, lead generation forms, or a companies main page.
  • If you submit an article that mentions businesses or companies in which you have a vested interest, disclose as much to us and the audience.
  • If you contribute a quote or tip to another United Patients Group author’s article, we will include a link to your speaker bio page, individual (not corporate) social media or other profile of choice. Links to corporate websites or social channels won’t be included.
  • Include a brief bio of 25 words, including LinkedIn and Twitter contact info, if available, and a recent headshot.
  • Submit articles as Microsoft Word files, sent as email attachments (not as a PDF or other file type; not as a Google Doc or similar format link; and not pasted into the body of your email).
  • Send article submissions to [email protected] Include “United Patients Group Article Submission” in your email subject line.
My Article Was Selected For Publication. Now What?

Your article will be edited for clarity and brevity, and to conform to the United Patients Group style.

The author may republish the article on his/her personal or company blog or site two weeks after the article has been published on United Patients Group. In such cases, please cite United Patients Group as the original source and link to the original article on our site, using the canonical tag to the article so United Patients group is noted as the original source: (or use an appropriate plugin).

United Patients Group does not pay guest contributors for their articles.

How Does United Patients Group Promote My Article?

United Patients Group will promote all articles via Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, and other relevant social platforms. All posts are also emailed to the 100,000 people who subscribe to our newsletters.

You can help your post get maximum exposure too:

  • Tweet it out to your network. Feel free to mention @upatientsgroup
  • Share it on Facebook and tag UnitedPatientsGroup.
  • Pin it on Pinterest.
  • Share an update on LinkedIn from your personal profile home page.
  • Respond to all comments to create conversation around your post. If you do, you’ll gain some new fans, plus you’ll automatically get alerted for future comments.