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Today, I’m answering all your most burning questions about what it means to become a nurse writer. Here we go!
1. Do you need an active license to become a freelancer?
No, you absolutely do not. Keep in mind that the vast majority of health writers have no clinical background whatsoever....
When you first stumbled across RN2writer, did you think it was just a website with courses and coaching? Did you think the raison d’etre of the site was to sell information?
I wouldn’t blame you if you did. In fact, I think most people probably do.
To be honest, I blame myself for...
Recently, this message floated into my inbox:
Hi! My name is Alicia, I've been a Women's Health Nurse (among many other departments!) for 13ish years. I have the Ultimate [Health Journalism Basics for Nurses] course and the 50 Markets download (great info btw) but I noticed there wasn't a lot of...
Recently, a Facebook commenter asked me: If everybody hops on the RN2writer bandwagon, won’t this just result in a glut of nurse-writers, with work for nobody?
The answer? No, absolutely not.
And the reason why not can be summed up in a single word: Volume.
Take a moment right now to...
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