Sarah Michelle is a seasoned healthcare professional with experience in pediatrics, oncology, and intensive care. As the course creator and CEO of Sarah Michelle NP Reviews, Sarah Michelle gets to use her passion for teaching to help her clients pass their ANCC and AANP exams.
Torn between education and nursing, Sarah Michelle reflects on her college years and recalls times when she was able to combine her passion for education with nursing through tutoring her peers. After getting her Master’s degree in Nursing Education, Sarah Michelle was inspired to start her own business to help other nursing professionals relieve their anxiety and prepare for exams.
Considering expanding her business, Sarah Michelle looks forward to continuing to support clients with coaching and online communities where topics such as imposter syndrome can be addressed in a safe and objective space.
Using anxiety as a driving force, Sarah Michelle incorporates anxiety as a principle in her course materials so her students receive well-rounded education and preparation for exams. Sarah Michelle NP Review courses include:
- Crash Courses
- Facebook Groups
- Month-Long Study Plans
- Live Study Groups
To get in touch with Sarah Michelle and learn more about her courses and groups visit https://sarahmichellenpreviews.online/, email [email protected] or join her free Facebook study group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/267012347866239/?ref=share
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- Sarah Michelle’s passion for education
- Future of Sarah Michelle NP Reviews
- Using anxiety as a driving force
- Courses, education, and 2021 goals
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