Cynthia Saver, RN, MS, President
Communications Expert
Writing // Speaking // Training

 
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CLS Development, Inc., is certified as a Minority Business Enterprise and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise by the state of Maryland.

Cynthia Saver, President of CLS Development, Inc., is a communications expert, with services ranging from teaching writing and communication skills to managing major editorial projects.  

 

Editorial services

Writing, editorial project management, content development for multiple platforms, and more


Speaking and training programs

Book Cynthia for your next program or training session for nurses and other health care professionals, or your team or association. Her current most popular topic: "Anatomy of Writing for Publication for Nurses."

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Free program presented by Cynthia

Leadership webinar at Nurse.com

"Transformational Leadership for Staff Nurses:
Progressing from Managing Your Patient Load to Leading Healthcare Teams"

Access it here.


Mark your calendar
Health Ministries Association Annual Meeting
September 12, 2016
Cynthia will be presenting a session on writing for publication and the keynote on communication.


40 Things Editors Won’t Tell You (But You Need to Know)

Read publishing secrets from Cynthia and many of her editorial colleagues on the Nurse Author & Editor website here.

Highlights from OSU Workshop

Comments from the recent all-day writing workshop at The Ohio University College of Nursing:

"I loved Cynthia's insight and information from an editor's point of view."

"Wonderful! I have a much better understanding of the steps to publish—it is not so daunting."

"I am walking away knowing I can try to publish. Very practical and useful. Thanks!"

Email csaver@csldevelopment to schedule a workshop or shorter program!




Sample articles
Order the second edition of the award-winning book:

New chapters on peer review, turning school projects into articles, and reporting the quality improvement or evidence-based practice project.
The first edition received a Book of the Year award from the American Journal of Nursing.