Nurse Writer for allnurses.com

Employer
United States
Job Summary
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License: RN - Registered Nurse, LPN - Licensed Practical Nurse, LVN - Licensed Vocational Nurse
Specialty: General
Location: Work from Home
Employment Type: Contract
Job Description
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Overview:

We are searching for experienced nurse writers to create nursing related content for nursing students or nurses in any nursing specialty.

If you are a nurse and have an interest in writing for allnurses.com, please click "Apply" today. 
 

Nursing Writer



Why write for allnurses.com?

We provide the largest nursing audience where you can make a tremendous impact. Your writing can quickly go viral and increase your networking and outreach potential. Posting on the largest nursing website, you have the opportunity to reach more nurses than ever before. Stats on allnurses.com:

  • 980,000 members and growing
  • 4 million unique visitors each month
  • 13 million pageviews per month
  • 1 million Facebook followers
  • 42 thousand Twitter followers

What we are looking for:

  • Online presence
  • Writing experience
  • Nursing education
  • Nursing experience
  • Availability/flexibility


FAQ

What is a typical assignment?

Most often, assignments will be based upon your area of nursing expertise. These can vary from articles, case studies, etc. There may be times when we have a need for articles about a particular specialty or subject. There may also be special projects periodically that will require some extra writers. We are always open to article topics/ideas of your choosing. Writers submit a summary of their proposed article for approval before writing. Upon completion, articles must receive final approval for publication. Writers are expected to participate in their article thread and engage with the readers.

  • Note: All articles written for allnurses.com must be unique in that they cannot be posted or published elsewhere.


How frequently will I be expected to write articles?

Our goal is to provide a variety of fresh quality nursing content daily for our readers. In order to meet this goal, we ask that our writers submit at least 2 articles per month.


How much will I be paid?
Our rates vary upon a variety of factors. The type of content, your level of authority and expertise, the deadline, length of the article, the skill and time required to complete the assignment, etc, can all impact the amount of money we pay for a given article/assignment. You will be able to see the payout of any given article before agreeing to complete it. We urge you to sign up to be an allnurses.com writer, and see what we have to offer.


How often will I be paid?

All writers for allnurses.com are paid monthly at the first of the month for articles published.


When are your deadlines?

Deadlines are determined on a case-by-case basis. Some "calls for articles" will require a very quick turn around. Please make note that the time zone is Central, as this will affect all writers regardless of your local time zone.


Will I be an employee of allnurses.com?

Nurse writers are freelance independent contractors, not employees of allnurses.com. 


Where and when am I expected to work?

The best part about freelance work is that you can work from anywhere and work as often as you want. This is a great way to connect with the nursing community, to get your voice out there, and to make some extra money on the side. So click "Apply" today.


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Nurse Writer for allnurses.com

Job Summary
col-narrow
License: RN - Registered Nurse, LPN - Licensed Practical Nurse, LVN - Licensed Vocational Nurse
Specialty: General
Location: Work from Home
Employment Type: Contract
Job Description
col-wide

Overview:

We are searching for experienced nurse writers to create nursing related content for nursing students or nurses in any nursing specialty.

If you are a nurse and have an interest in writing for allnurses.com, please click "Apply" today. 
 

Nursing Writer



Why write for allnurses.com?

We provide the largest nursing audience where you can make a tremendous impact. Your writing can quickly go viral and increase your networking and outreach potential. Posting on the largest nursing website, you have the opportunity to reach more nurses than ever before. Stats on allnurses.com:

  • 980,000 members and growing
  • 4 million unique visitors each month
  • 13 million pageviews per month
  • 1 million Facebook followers
  • 42 thousand Twitter followers

What we are looking for:

  • Online presence
  • Writing experience
  • Nursing education
  • Nursing experience
  • Availability/flexibility


FAQ

What is a typical assignment?

Most often, assignments will be based upon your area of nursing expertise. These can vary from articles, case studies, etc. There may be times when we have a need for articles about a particular specialty or subject. There may also be special projects periodically that will require some extra writers. We are always open to article topics/ideas of your choosing. Writers submit a summary of their proposed article for approval before writing. Upon completion, articles must receive final approval for publication. Writers are expected to participate in their article thread and engage with the readers.

  • Note: All articles written for allnurses.com must be unique in that they cannot be posted or published elsewhere.


How frequently will I be expected to write articles?

Our goal is to provide a variety of fresh quality nursing content daily for our readers. In order to meet this goal, we ask that our writers submit at least 2 articles per month.


How much will I be paid?
Our rates vary upon a variety of factors. The type of content, your level of authority and expertise, the deadline, length of the article, the skill and time required to complete the assignment, etc, can all impact the amount of money we pay for a given article/assignment. You will be able to see the payout of any given article before agreeing to complete it. We urge you to sign up to be an allnurses.com writer, and see what we have to offer.


How often will I be paid?

All writers for allnurses.com are paid monthly at the first of the month for articles published.


When are your deadlines?

Deadlines are determined on a case-by-case basis. Some "calls for articles" will require a very quick turn around. Please make note that the time zone is Central, as this will affect all writers regardless of your local time zone.


Will I be an employee of allnurses.com?

Nurse writers are freelance independent contractors, not employees of allnurses.com. 


Where and when am I expected to work?

The best part about freelance work is that you can work from anywhere and work as often as you want. This is a great way to connect with the nursing community, to get your voice out there, and to make some extra money on the side. So click "Apply" today.



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