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RN2writer coaching and workshops help nurses of any age, with any level of clinical experience, transition to a freelance writing career using a proven risk-free system that requires almost no financial investment.
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...you feel burned out at the bedside and want to re-energize your career
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...you or someone in your household has a medical condition that makes it risky for you to work in a clinical setting right now
...you don't want to invest a lot of money in an alternative nursing career "scheme" that never really pans out
...you desire the freedom to work from home and achieve better work/life balance
...you wish you could find a way to use your nursing skills and knowledge to help more people away from the bedside
...or you simply have always dreamed of being a professional writer
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"I owe much of my success to Beth Hanes. She gave me the confidence to pursue my passion as a medical writer, providing me with mentorship. Beth is an incredible resource, knowledgeable business woman, and a kind human being willing to help any writer get their start."
Ashley Hay, BSN RN
"Beth provides priceless guidance for aspiring medical writers, delivered with clarity and wit."
Shawna Kratochwill, RN
"Beth is a true veteran in freelance writing, a savvy businesswoman, and a compassionate mentor. With a genuine desire to maximize the potential of aspiring nurse writers, she always delivers the motivation and guidance I need to succeed as a healthcare content writer."
Kara-Marie Hall, RN
"It has been my dream and ultimate goal to combine my journalism and nursing degrees for a long time and Beth and the RN2Writer Ultimate: Health Journalism Basics for Nurses Workshop has made that dream a reality. I can't thank her enough for opening up the freelance health writer world for me. I landed my first gig a week after completing the workshop. It was the best money I ever spent. I'm so excited to start this journey. Thank you Beth!"
Isler Health Communications
Amy Isler RN
"Beth, I’m so glad I took your course! I learned so much that is relevant and applicable. I am working with an amazing editor and nurse-writer. Your course facilitated my transition to paid writing! And the introductions were the icing on the cake. I just can’t thank you enough!"
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Yvonne Stolworthy MSN RN
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