I’m Risa Kerslake, a registered nurse and healthcare content freelance writer who has worked with major brands such as Reuters Events, McKesson, Boston Globe’s Studio/B, HealthTech Magazine, Healthgrades, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Sleep Review, and Sleep Foundation.
I specialize in topics such as women’s health, fertility, oncology, mental health, parenting, education, health care technology, product review and health e-commerce, aging in place, and sleep. I work with major health and wellness companies, small businesses, and individuals.
My journalism work has appeared in US News & World Report, Discover, Parents, Medscape, Healthline, What to Expect, Vice, and Shondaland, among many others.
For over a decade, I have produced numerous types of content marketing projects, both B2B and B2C. Here is a small selection of projects below. You can also view my Contently portfolio of all my articles and projects.
How to Select the Most Suitable Pharmacotherapy for Type 1 Narcolepsy – Sleep Review
Reaching Gen Z – Reuters Events
Review: Rugged Tablet Supports the Demands of Clinical Mobility – HealthTech Magazine
How to prepare for a CLIA certification inspection – McKesson Medical-Surgical
Nursing Schools Offer Loan Forgiveness Programs to Offset Nurse Shortage – Medscape
Fighting Heart Health Inequities – Boston Globe Media
FAQs About Multiple Sclerosis – Healthy Women
Do Anti-Snoring Pillows Really Work? – Saatva
Photojournalist-Turned-Nurse Documents Realities of COVID – Medscape
Pride Feature: One Couple’s Journey Through IUI – Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine
What It’s Like To Be Responsible For The Scariest Moment Of A Birth – Romper
Women Power – Hemophilia Federation of America’s Dateline Magazine Winter 2021 issue
Pregnancy Prep – Hemophilia Federation of America’s Dateline Magazine Summer 2022 issue
Infertility Presents Unique Challenges for Military Families – Military Families April 2021 issue
Recurring Stomach Pain? It Could Be Abdominal Migraines – DiscoverMagazine.com
Can I Still Have Sex While I’m Being Treated for Cancer? – Giddy
It’s Time We Start Better Supporting Pregnancy Loss in the Emergency Room – Parents