Kathleen O'Malley

Jersey City, NJ USA

Professional Experience

I'm a senior-level publishing professional with print and digital experience in overseeing projects through their entire life cycles, building content partnerships, writing, and editing.


25 Years
4 Years
Other, Specify
10 Years


25 Years
15 Years


Professional Journal
2 Years
Online/new media
15 Years
Newspaper - Local/Regional
4 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

28 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Patch.com (10+), Simon & Schuster (1-2), Vetstreet.com (1-2)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

U Colorado School of Pharmacy (3-5), Society for Participatory Medicine (1-2)

Other Work History

WebMD (Medscape) iVillage (Healthology)

Technical Skills


Foreign Language Skills

Spanish, Swedish

Computer Skills

Mac and PC OS; Microsoft Office; HTML; WordPress


Acer laptop with PhotoShop and Microsoft Office, iPad, iPhone, Canon digital camera, pocket tape recorder.

Work Permits & Visas

I hold a US passport and an EU passport from Ireland.


Carol Peckham - cpeckham@medscape.net Peter Frishauf - pfrishauf@gmail.com


Animal Welfare

Eileen Brennan shares her experience with the Senior Citizens Foster/Adopting Program of the Hudson County Animal League, where local senior citizens provide foster homes for elderly cats and both parties enjoy warm companionship.
Profile of a local woman who practices and advocates for the humane management of stray cats.


Health Datapalooza III was a combination of upbeat speeches about the climate of innovation and public-private sector cooperation, and enthusiastic demonstrations by developers of new health care applications.
I wrote an introductory blurb and edited a listserv exchange to create this post.
The new IOM consensus report, Best Care at Lower Cost: The Path to Continuously Learning Health Care in America, presents specific and very “participatory� recommendations for improving the efficiency and quality of the US health care system.
A new study published online by the Pew Internet Project will be of interest to health care professionals and laypeople who are curious about how social media have impacted health care.