Freelance writer, Editor

I write for websites, publications, nonprofits, universities, hospitals, agencies, corporations and professionals. I'm also a ghostwriter and editor.

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New BSN Curriculum Reflects How Nurses Really Work

Everything from teaching methods to curriculum structure would change when the Jefferson College of Nursing undertook an ambitious plan to revamp its BSN program completely in just 13 months. Cover story, Thomas Jefferson University Review, Fall 2016.

Refugee Health Clinics Help New Arrivals

Refugees are often on their own to find primary care in the U.S. Now some medical schools and training hospitals are running refugee health clinics to bridge the gap between arrival and adjustment to the health care system.

After Pediatrics: Providing a medical home for young adults with complex needs

When young adults with medically complicated conditions acquired in childhood become too old for pediatric care, they and their families often have no where to turn. An innovative clinic helps these patients transition to integrated adult care. Geisinger Magazine Spring 2016

Overcoming Fear of Family History: Caitlin Kelly | Living Beyond ...

Growing up with cancer around her, a young woman had a hard time thinking about what her family history meant for herself.

MyCode: Revealing the links between our genes and our health

With 115,000+ patients enrolled and 50,000+ DNA samples sequenced so far, the Geisinger Health System's genomic research project is one of the largest of its kind globally. MyCode now is returning results to patients with genetic changes that increase risk for 27 conditions, including breast cancer, colon cancer & cardiomyopathy.‬ Cover story for Geisinger Magazine.

Komisaruk brain article

Unlocking the Mysteries of Orgasm

Neuroscience researcher at Rutgers University - Newark

Priming the Medical School Pipeline: Schools Reach Out to Minority & Underserved Teens

How some med schools are readying kids from rural, poor or underrepresented minorities for medical professions

Many Voices, Better Care | SKMC Bulletin

Diversity programs and initiatives at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University help improve medical education and patient care.


Eating Healthfully During Stressful Times

How to fight emotional eating

Photo article

Bringing Diversity into the Sciences — Rutgers FOCUS

Rutgers program creates community for students aiming for science careers

Healthy Women

Headache Help Without the Drugstore | HealthyWomen

Alternative approaches to reduce and end headache pain.

Help for the Helpers: Why Caregivers Need Self-Care

Caregivers often give little thought to their own health or wellbeing. Here's why it's important to build self-care into caregiving. Insight Newsletter | Summer 2016

Understanding Radiation Therapy

As a breast cancer treatment, radiation therapy can be important, yet some women choose to avoid it. My article for LBBC's Insight looks at when radiation might be recommended, its use with reconstruction or metastatic disease, protecting the heart during treatment and more.

Facing a Breast Cancer Few Know About: Patrice Starks | Living Beyond Breast Cancer's Blog

Inflammatory breast cancer diagnosis often comes as a surprise.

Precision Medicine: Paving the Way for a New Era | AAMC Reporter

New approaches bring changes for health systems and medical education