Ergonomics for Writers

Ergonomics for Writers

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Ergonomics for Writers. Learn how to prevent and relieve pain associated with long hours at the keyboard.

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Ergonomics for Writers with Shaun Bevins, moderated by Cathy Wiley.

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Shaun Bevins received a Bachelor's of Science in Nutritional Sciences in 1994 and a Professional Master's in Physical Therapy in 1997. During her thirty plus years working in the health and wellness industry and as a PT in outpatient orthopedics, she has helped thousands of clients and patients in a variety of settings. Additionally, throughout her career Shaun has completed more than a half-dozen fitness certifications and has even taught a NCCA accredited personal training certification course offered through World Instructor Training Schools (WITS) in conjunction with Chesapeake Community College. Passionate about promoting health and wellness, Shaun's mission is to help her patients and clients get strong, healthy, lean and fit so that they can be the best version of themselves possible.

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Cathy Wiley is happiest when plotting stories in her head or on the computer, or when she’s delving into research. She holds a BA in Journalism, with a minor in English, from the University of Maryland. She published two mystery novels, Dead to Writes and Two Wrongs Don't Make a Write, in the Cassie Ellis mystery series set in Baltimore, Maryland. She’s also had several stories accepted for publication in anthologies published by the Chesapeake Chapter of Sisters in Crime: including “Dead Men Tell No Tales," published in Chesapeake Crimes: Homicidal Holidays, which was a 2015 Derringer finalist. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, a former president of the SinC Chesapeake Chapter, a member of Mystery Writers of America, and a member of Short Mystery Fiction Society. She lives outside of Baltimore, Maryland, with one spoiled cat and an equally spoiled husband. She and her husband greatly enjoy traveling, although COVID-19 has temporarily halted that.

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