All writing pursues a strategy, or tries to persuade, but in some projects the need to be strategic is in the foreground, especially if there is competition for funding. A grant-making organization may receive dozens of proposals. Your writing must be clear, follow the guidelines, and yet stand out.
I can ask “outsider” questions and help ensure your materials have a creative edge, while meeting the needs of your reading audience. Past projects have involved:
- Researching project sustainability paradigms, methods and tools, and writing a multi-part toolkit for health quality improvement teams.
- Investigating evidence-based projects for patient engagement to develop a menu of options for teams wanting to adapt and scale up a proven initiative.
- Reviewing draft research on water systems in Brazil; summarizing and flagging the primary issues (organization, gaps in evidence and argumentation).
- Merging sections written by many authors into a coherent whole in projects ranging from a submission to an environmental regulatory agency to a grant proposal for a substance abuse prevention program for middle-school girls.
Interested in learning more?
I offer a number of different services, and often a project will require a combination of services (i.e., editing and fact checking, or research and writing). Here’s how to reach me: email wildinkamelia-at-inkville-dot-biz; don’t use the hyphens, and substitute the usual symbols for the “at” and “dot.”
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