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I've read that I shouldn't describe myself as a "nurse writer," but I can't figure out why - because that is what I am.
Who am I?
I am TheNurseWriter.com. I'm a registered nurse and a health writer, which makes me a nurse writer. I received my nursing license in 1983 and have been writing and editing since the mid-90s. I have worked in many areas of nursing from rehab to ICU, with palliative care, pediatrics, and a lot in between.
My writing clients vary from consumer and professional magazines to websites. I have written about palliative care, women's health, sepsis, the misunderstood potato, quilting, powder room design, and more. The type of writing I enjoy most is to take complicated health and medical information and rewrite it so anyone can understand it. If I've done that, I am happy. You can also learn more about my books at Amazon.com.
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