I am TheNurseWriter.com. As a registered nurse, I took a long career in caring for and communicating with patients and their families, and brought my experience to the written word. Since moving from clinical care to print, I have written numerous pieces of content for online and print outlets, including cover articles, blogs, columns, web copy, and newsletters aimed towards consumers and medical professionals. Want to know how to say my name? Check this link: https://forvo.com/word/marijke/
I often look at my writing as an extension of the patient teaching nurses often don't have time for at the bedside. When writing for professional audiences, I change my voice, but not my approach towards writing – language should always be easy to read and understand, especially in today’s fast-paced life.
I have several long-term customers. They are happy with my work and how I fit in with their needs. I work closely with all customers to learn what they need from me and I deliver good results on time, as promised. Some of my customers include Sepsis Alliance, Healthgrades.com, Dignity Health, MSN Lifestyle, Diagnostic Imaging, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. I have also been published in Costco Connection, Oncology Live, Cure Magazine, Alive, and more.
My specialties include taking complicated medical and scientific information, and writing it in friendly and easy-to-understand text for the consumer audience. I also give talks, presentations, and workshops on health, wellness, writing, and quilting topics.
Are you looking for a ghostwriter so you can have your own content? Ghostwriting allows you to put your ideas on screen or paper even if you don’t have time to write yourself. I can be your ghostwriter - working directly with you as a partner or by taking your ideas and putting them on the screen or on paper for you.
When I'm not writing, you can find me in my sewing room, creating one of hundreds of my quilting creations, using color and design to make my corner of the world a little brighter.