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Intro to Writing Continuing Education Courses for Nurses - DEMO


We will go back to my introduction and we will break this down into the above parts: 

Part 1: I had asked a question that has been nagging at the reader. This draws the reader in to wanting to know more:

“Has it been a dream of yours to share your knowledge with your peers?” 

Part 2: What is the problem, and what does it solve?

“Does a health related topic excite you and you have toyed with the idea that perhaps you could write a course that others in your field can benefit from but you don’t know where to start? Does the process of the whole course writing seem daunting and unobtainable?” 

Part 3: I established my expertise as a nurse and author of successful courses I had written and the various mediums I have experience in:

“I was in the same position. I felt that I could not possibly write content that my peers could gain continuing nurse education contact hours for. But I did, and I am here to tell you that it is possible! I have written four continuing nurse education courses – The Power of Probiotics, Hashimotos Thyroiditis, Thyroid gland overview and Digestive Health from a Holistic Perspective. Each of these courses taught me something different. I learned how to write objectives, research and cite references, how to legally use copyright material, writing an author bio, implementing various forms of media (PowerPoint, video et cetera) and so much more.” 

Part 4: Tie the subject back to the beginning, using emotion based words to motivate the reader to want to learn more:

“Throughout the process of writing these courses I perfected and learned how and what to write, how to meet objectives, making sure content flowed and was relevant to the topic presented. Learn from my journey! It is possible for you to become a writer! The joy and satisfaction when the finished product goes “live” is such an awesome feeling!”

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