Mr. Detail Editing

When you need a second set of eyes . . .

Overview of Services

Service Description
Academic Editing

Components of a Research Paper

I have edited all manner of undergraduate writing in the following subjects:

Political Science
Therapeutic Recreation

I have also edited/proofread graduate-level writing for:

Masters theses in Leadership (a.k.a. Organizational Leadership Project(s) or OLPs)
Masters theses in Social Work
Masters theses in Business (MBA Organizational Consulting Project(s) or OCPs)
PhD dissertations (in both Arts and Science faculties)


writing coach

In the process of working as an editor, I have often found myself in the role of a writing coach.

Editing for Healthcare

Editing for Healthcare

In my position at InspireHealth, I compiled, edited, and produced Research Updates, a monthly publication about the latest research in integrative cancer care.

In this position, I also edited partnership proposals, marketing plans, news releases, PowerPoint presentations, funding requests, and business correspondences.

In addition to this, I also edited articles slated for publication in Alive magazine.

Also, I have edited a number of quarterly, annual, and other reports for Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA).

Grant Proposals

Grant Proposals

I have assisted with the writing and editing of successfully funded grant proposals for both InspireHealth and CMHA.

Library Services

Library Services

I have extensive experience with:

Online Research

Library of Congress 


I have experience with cataloguing of print and non-print materials, and designed my own templates/cheat sheets to ensure accuracy/consistency.

Policies & Procedures Manuals for Libraries

I have written and edited policies and procedures manuals for several of my positions in libraries.

Proofreading & Editing Scientific Literature

Scientific Literature

I have proofread scientific articles to be published by Spandidos Publications, as well as edited and proofread book chapters to be included in scientific textbooks. This included taking the work of non-native English speaking scientists, and finessing the language to suit the intended audience.