on Thursday, 25 October 2012. Posted in News
NHInstitute.com is always looking for new authors. Our authors come from various fields including academia and experienced licensed professionals among others.
We are currently accepting courses for the following disciplines:
- Physical Therapy
- Ocupational Therapy
- Clinical Laboratory
- Physician Assistant
- Respiratory Therapist
- Dietitian / Nutritionist
What's in it for me?
- We offer a generous royalty plan of 20% of the net sales of your course(s) for two years, paid quarterly.
- Your courses will earn you income and recognition each time they are purchased.
- Unlike traditional publications with a one-time publication and limited circulation, your courses are available 24/7 to professionals world-wide.
- Your courses can be a notable publication addition to your resume, broaden your publishing credits and can even become living technical literature if you update them periodically.
- Your courses will be actively promoted through NHInstitute.com's ongoing marketing strategy including our free app CE Vault Healthcare Edition.
- You will receive personal attention by our Lead Course Planner throughout each stage of course development and submittal.
- We are committed to rapid review and publication of each submittal. Your course will be published within a few days of its acceptance by our Planning Committee.
- You will be given full credit for your course and your name will be featured prominently in the description of the course on our web site, with hyper-links to the biographical information you submit.
- You write the course and we take care of the rest, from publishing, marketing and administration, all free of charge to you!
How do I get started?
- Select one of our Course Categories or suggest your own.
- Fill out and submit our Contact Form indicating your desire to become a NHInstitute.com author.
- Review our Course Writing Guidelines.
- Review our Contract.
- You write the course; NHInstitute.com does the rest!
Once we receive and review your Author's Contact Form our Director of Course Development will contact you to further discuss this great opportunity. First time authors will be required to submit a resume and brief biography upon submittal of their first course. The resume will be held on file for possible review by state licensing boards and accrediting organizations. The biography will be linked in the course description of your courses for review by students.