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Fast, skilled writing to communicate clearly to specific audiences

Information is most useful when its meaning and implications are easily understood. I am adept at navigating complex situations and data to express how one set of issues impacts another in simple terms. Services include:
  • Technical writing
  • Research reports
  • Narratives for grant applications
  • Consumer and professional articles
  • Briefing/“white” papers
  • Thesis/dissertation editing

Past projects include:

  • Leading board and staff development sessions and writing a strategic business plan for Phoenix Revitalization Corporation.

  • Co-facilitating final neighborhood meetings and co-writing the Washington-Escobedo Neighborhood (West Mesa) Quality of Life Plan.

  • Synthesizing notes from 15 Project Civil Discourse small discussion groups on healthcare reform and writing a summary report that was forwarded to Arizona's Congressional delegation during the 2009 legislative debate. Download and read this report (PDF).

  • Synthesizing notes from Project Civil Discourse roundtable discussions and writing a summary report for "Arizona's Sales Tax Referendum Town Hall: A Demonstration of Civil Dialogue and Discussion." Download and read this report (PDF).

  • Organizing data and writing technical reports on quality improvement activities conducted by managed care organizations as required by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

  • Designing and writing "Enhancing Clinician Communication—Improving Patient Safety" User's Guide for online learning course developed by Joint Commission Resources and Instructional Innovations with funding by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

  • Editing doctoral dissertations on Constructions of Survival and Coping by Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse and Barriers to Electronic Medical Records Adoption by Selected Primary Care Providers in Arizona.

  • Writing grant applications for the Greater Valley Area Health Education Center (GVAHEC) Welcome Back Center, an initiative to assist internationally-trained healthcare professionals to navigate the education and licensure systems in Arizona.

  • Writing the Association of Arizona Food Banks’ application for a Hunger-Free Communities grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for a statewide assessment of hunger and food insecurity.
  • Researching and writing a briefing paper on disease management and the Medicaid population that helped states understand how a multidisciplinary, systematic approach to healthcare delivery can improve clinical outcomes and control costs.

  • Writing and editing publications for consultant pharmacists, managed care executives, and sales forces on business issues, quality, and emerging trends.

  • Conducting research and writing nationally recognized reports on the nursing shortage for the American Association of Nurse Executives, and a state-level report on the impact of nursing education program capacity on the RN shortage for the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association.

  • Serving as lead researcher, writer, and training faculty member for a physician/office staff training curriculum on meeting the needs of older patients.

 


 
 
"Sharon Flanagan-Hyde's contribution to the work of Project Civil Discourse is without equal. Her skill in drafting key materials, training our facilitators and reporters, and her overall strategic thinking was essential to the success of our program. If anyone was (and is) an indispensable contributor, it is Sharon."
Bruce Meyerson
Former Judge on the Arizona Court of Appeals
Past Chair of the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution
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