Looking for a nurse practitioner who loves writing articles about his/her experiences in nursing/medical practice, preferably family or general practice. You may apply if not a nurse practitioner, however I am highly preferring them so any other applicants would be secondary to those who are currently licensed as a nurse practitioner or retired as one.
The audience is Nurse practitioners who are currently practicing as such, so the articles will not be directed to patients, managers, etc. Only frontline, practicing NP's. You can write about almost anything that they would be interested in reading including sharing real life stories with names changed, daily tips, best practices, etc.
I am in the process of building a network of nurse practitioners. I have several clients who are recruiting for nurse practitioners, however since not everyone is looking for a job at any given time, I would like to offer our talent network ways they can improve their nursing care/practice and overall career.
We would be using your existing content in our network and the work will be attributed to you so a bio and profile picture would be needed with your first article.
Our budget is based on 4 articles of 700+ words at $50 per article. Please specify if your terms/pricing are different from this and they will be considered.
If you would like to take a look at the existing blog currently stocked mostly with RN and RN manager related articles, please see http://nurseguidance.com
Our timeframe for submitting articles is totally flexible. If you want to do one a month, a quarter, a year, no problem. No more than one a week. We can separate them out by milestones. Like for instance we could separate it out by doing milestones of $xx per article and you let me know the dates you want them due. I will escrow the money for each article as we go.
As far as the type of articles I am looking for, this is very informal. Your audience is nurse practitioners, and the writing style is like you are sharing something with a fellow Nurse Practitioner. If you are a specialist in a certain area (i.e. pediatric or behavioral health), assume that the audience is more of a generalist nurse practitioner so explain intricacies only known to specialists in the field. In the case of stories you share, no references are needed and please change all the names. In the case of sharing concepts/ideas regarding the practice, 1 or 2 references is fine. This is not meant to be a a very technical offering, more casual. Which allows more freedom. We can leave it to the journals for the official stuff
Please send or include links to examples of your work.