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Kathy Marshall


Freelance Writer

About Me

Following 13 years in Emergency Medical Services, I took my writing into the freelance market. My experience includes years of writing medical reports, employee training material, community campaigns, and quality assurance policies. 

After being promoted to the role of Education Coordinator, I was tasked with revamping policies and procedures for QA, training, and new employee orientation. During this time, I also served on a state-level subcommittee that involved developing new standards for clinical care. 

Since taking my writing out of the world of medical professionals, I have established ongoing work with clients in the following sectors: human resource, real estate, medical clinics, and business owners. 

My projects have ranged from white papers to scientific reports for medical journals. Many of my clients have utilized my writing services in a ghostwriting capacity. 

Industries I Write About

Government Administration

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Hospital & Health Care

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Human Resources

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Medical Device

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My Writing Samples

5 Emergency Nursing Skills You Can Only Learn on the Job

Blog post for nationwide travel nursing platform. The article highlights five nursing skills that cannot be learned only on the job.


10 Tips for Working in a Hostile Nurse Work Environment

A blog post written for a nationwide travel nursing platform that offers assistance and resources to travel nurses. This particular post offers ideas on how to work in a hostile environment.


Disaster Nursing

This was a post written for a travel nursing platform that offers ways nurses can assist in delivering immediate and ongoing support in the event of a disaster.


Is A Career in Home Health Right for You?

Written for a nationwide travel nursing platform, this post outlines the unique qualities of home health nursing.


10 New Grad Nurse Resume Mistakes to Avoid

This piece was a blog post written for a nationwide travel nursing platform, offering 10 tips to new nursing graduates on avoiding critical mistakes on their resumes.



Freelance Writer

Launched as a self-employed writer.

Company: Self-Employed

I worked there from 7/2015 until now

Education Coordinator

My duties included creating employee training and continuing education, quality assurance, medical protocols, standard operating guidelines, and community medical campaigns.

Company: Jessamine County EMS

I worked there from 3/2012 until 8/2014


Responded in the role of an EMT to 911 calls in high volume services, in both the urban and rural settings. Obtained my paramedic license and delivered Advanced Life Support.

Company: Louisiville and Jessamine

I worked there from 10/2001 until 8/2014

Content I Write

Ideas and Pitches I Wrote

Reducing the Cost of Employee Turnover Through Evolution of Training Material

With the development and spread of electronic learning programs, companies can reduce costs associated with traditional training methods, such as overtime. By utilizing specific programs that factor in the changing landscape of the workforce, companies may also reduce the cost of a high employee turnover rate. Current employees will receive relevant training that allows them to expand their function and grow with a company, increasing the chance of retention.

Content type: Blog Post

Keywords: Online learning,training,retention rate


Getting Your Patient Onboard With Their Medical Care Plan

With the widespread use of technology and with the multiple numbers of providers an individual patient encounters, there is a growing communication breakdown between patients and their providers. Practicing a question method that encourages the patient to repeat their care plan back to the provider in their own words can assure that clear communication has been achieved. Primary providers may encourage patients to use a paper to record any encounters with other providers and ask for updates.

Content type: Blog Post