We have a large number of medical articles (targeted at healthcare professionals); these can be currently viewed at: http://www.explainmedicine.com/ (~700 articles in total).
While these articles are clinically and factually accurate, many were written by non-native English speakers; thus, spelling and grammatical errors need to be fixed, and certain sentences/paragraphs may require re-organization for clarity.
We are looking for one or more medical writers who can work with us to polish up the articles as specified above.
When posting your bid, please quote the price you'd charge for a SINGLE article; if you can give us a bulk discount, please send us a message with your bulk rates.
If we decide to select you for the project, we will ask you to polish up an initial article to show us your level of skill; if this proves to be satisfactory, we will then ask you to work on the entire library of articles.
Note that you will be paid for the 'test' article, regardless of whether we decide to work with you in the long-term or not.
Please also note the following requirements:
1. You should be a native English speaker (i.e. from the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, or New Zealand). If you can write in English at a native level, and are from a country different from above, you are still welcome.
2. You should have experience in, or the ability to, edit medical articles targeted at healthcare providers (i.e. doctors). You do not necessarily need to be a medical professional yourself, but you should be able to confidently handle technical content.
3. Knowledge of the AMA style guide is a plus, but not a necessity.