Maggie Aime BSN, RN

Writing, Oncology, Kidney Transplant, Med-Surg
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Maggie Aime is a BSN, RN and specializes in Writing, Oncology, Kidney Transplant, Med-Surg.

Maggie is a freelance healthcare content writer with a combined 25 years as an oncology nurse, medical-surgical/cardiac nurse, kidney transplant nurse, pediatric home health nurse, surgical/oncology medical coder, medical transcriptionist.  Her professional background also includes oncology case manager, utilization management consultant, and healthcare administrator.  

Her extensive experience in healthcare, coupled with her reliability and adaptability, allows her to develop expertly written, engaging, custom, and factual healthcare content.  She has a passion for educating others about health promotion, disease prevention and management.

When she is not luxuriating at the beach enjoying a sunrise, she can be found crafting a new DIY project, spending time with her children, or rekindling her love of the piano.

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  1. Maggie Aime

    Stroke Alert! Know Your Role.

    Every 40 seconds, a person has a stroke in the United States; and every 3 to 4 minutes, a person dies of a stroke. This translates to about 795,000 people having a stroke every year in the United States and 137,000 deaths from stroke. Today, over 4...
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    Women Struggling to Recognize Heart Disease | Knowledge Is Power

    Thank you for raising awareness on this very important issue! There's also the misconception that heart attack is a man's disease. Well done.
  3. Well-written. I work in oncology and vein access for those patients without a port can be quite difficult. Thank you.
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    Healthy Skin is In! Keep Melanoma Out! | Knowledge Is Power

    @Emergent Thank you for your comment and feedback.
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    Healthy Skin is In! Keep Melanoma Out! | Knowledge Is Power

    @Julie Thank you for your feedback. I'm very sorry to hear about your mother and what you and your family must have gone through. As an oncology nurse, I can get careless with sun protection. It is absolutely important to bring the awareness! Thank...
  6. The month of May is known for Spring flowers and the start of Summer vacation, but did you know that it is also Melanoma Awareness Month? While it is not a common type of skin cancer, melanoma is the leading cause of skin-cancer-related deaths. The...