Editor: Merran Laver

Eyeline Editing

Email: merran_laver@fastmail.fm
Website: http://www.editeyeline.com/

Your document will receive my undivided attention as I only focus on one job at a time until its completion; this ensures a thorough editing process is carried out without distraction.

Services

All levels, from proofreading and copyediting to substantive editing
Face-to-face surveys, interviews; notetaking, transcription; writing / rewriting

Subject matter experience

Health / medicine, science, food / nutrition, general

Genre and platform

Reports, PhDs, working papers and similar documents

Specific projects

PhD and Masters theses (copyediting): health, medicine, nursing, technology, art, education

Reports (substantive editing, copyediting), for example:

  • National Continuous Quality Improvement Framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care 2018–2028; for National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO)
  • Foundation Competencies for Public Health Graduates in Australia; for Council of Academic Public Health Institutions Australia (CAPHIA)
  • Schools for All Children & Young People: the Report of the Expert Panel on Students with Complex Needs and Challenging Behaviours; for ACT Human Rights Commission
  • range of reports published by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.

Year 12 Trial Exam Papers 2017 and 2018 – Physical Education and Health and Human Development; for Victorian educational publisher (proofread/copyedit)

Re-wrote communications strategy for increasing clinical trials recruitment and participation in Australia (Dept Innovation, Industry, Science, Research and Tertiary Education)

Preparation of funding proposal for appointment of a health project officer for 3 years (ACT Medicare Local)

Rewriting/editing of guides for proponents of carbon emissions reduction projects (Dept of the Environment)

 

Qualifications

Bachelor of Applied Science (human nutrition) University of Canberra
Graduate Diploma (medical journalism) University of Queensland