My name is Sheila O'Kelly. I specialise in plain English and medical writing. This means I write and edit journals, magazines and corporate documents so that people can understand them first time.
Taking the headache out of long documents • Long documents, created from your multiple contributors, edited for accuracy and style. • Tables and graphs redesigned for consistency and design. • Editing is done using plain English techniques (see www.NALA.ie; www.plainenglish.co.uk).
I specialise in streamlining long documents created by your different contributors. I knit the contributions together so that they are all written in plain English and adhere to your house style. This includes redesigning graphs and tables so that the style throughout the document is consistent.
Medical meeting reports I produce clear, comprehensive reports on technical medical meetings so that you can circulate the information to a wider audience. These reports make use of the speaker's address, include information from relevant PowerPoint slides and other relevant sources of information.
Writing and editing other publications Do you want to make your:
Or perhaps you just need staff to understand safety instructions; or you need longer, more structured documents such as policy statements, annual reports or five-year plans.
As Amy Pilgrim Client Director, Fleishman-Hillard said: “Sheila's expertise is in understanding an often complex subject matter and the intended audience that she is writing for, reporting the appropriate information in a succinct and interesting way. Importantly, Sheila's service is on-time, on-brief and without error."
Training I have also given one-day plain English training courses to teach people how to transform documents like:
Publications Sheila O'Kelly is editor of DiabetesIreland. She also writes health articles about cancer; asthma; epilepsy and other areas. She compiles and produces one-off, customised, special supplements.