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I have been writing for two other paying websites. Between the two, I have written more than 500 blogs, articles, and other pieces. I have almost never been rejected and very seldom get revision requests. My price estimates always include all prep time, writing of the piece, proofreading my work, and any revisions that may be requested of me. I am excellent at doing research and writing projects as well as descriptive pieces. I can write on any topic with authority. I enjoy doing this work very much. My primary objective is to ALWAYS PLEASE MY CLIENTS. I look forward to working with you.
Caleb is an Ivy League-educated nurse consultant with a strong clinical background, including supervisory roles within ICU and ER settings. In addition to his clinical work, Caleb practices as an expert nurse consultant and nurse writer, having written hundreds of healthcare-related articles and advised major businesses across the country on healthcare matters. He is a member of the Emergency Nurses Association and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses and holds multiple advanced certifications in emergency and trauma nursing.
Benjamin W writes about...
- Health care
- Medical specialties
- Clinical medicine
- Health sciences
- Human activities
- Abnormal psychology
- Mental and behavioural disorders
- Behavioural sciences
- Human diseases and disorders
- Nervous system
- Clinical psychology
- Drugs acting on the nervous system
- Substance abuse
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Nathan graduated from the Professional Writing Program at the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a minor in history. He earned his Master's of Business Administration from Webster University. While working in newspaper, his stories appeared regularly above the fold and appeared on the AP Western Wire and in the Multiple Sclerosis Organization's magazine.