An Open Letter to Emergency Room Personnel: Will You Help Me With My Fictional Series?

Posted: November 11, 2014 in Uncategorized
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Dear Life-Saving Superheroes:

Hello! This is a personal shout out and plea to all emergency room staff for assistance. Will you help me?

I am an aspiring author and have started a series of fictional stories written by my fictional character, “Jeff Carson”an ER nurse in a Level 1 Trauma in the DC area. Everything in my stories is fictional except for the “actual event” towards the end of the story. It’s the “big reveal,” so to speak.

If you’d like a better explanation, you can read one of my stories here:

http://mymusespeakstome.wordpress.com/2014/11/10/whats-needling-me-you-ask-im-not-really-sure/

Here’s where I can use some help. I am not in the field of medicine. I never have been. I’m just a writer with an active imagination and untold stories to tell. I’m in need of more “events” for my stories.

Do you have a unique event that happened in your ER during your shift? Do you want to put a voice to that event but you don’t have the time or can’t find the words? Let me help you! I understand HIPPA laws and confidentiality laws, so I respect patients’ confidentiality.

If you’re interested in contributing to my idea, all you will need to do in the comment section is write something like this:

 

  • Hi! I had a patient once who came to the ER with a pneumatic nail stuck in his head.
  • Light bulb up rectum

 

Due to my complete lack of a medical background, if you plan to contribute, please put your mini story/experience in non medical terminology. I can fill in the rest 🙂

I do hope you take a moment to add your experiences. If all goes well and as planned, I would be more than happy to give you credit!

Thanks so much for helping me out and especially for all you do to help save lives.

CTL50

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