Sherry Christiansen is a freelance medical writer with an extensive healthcare background. She has worked directly with patients in a clinical setting; her articles, educational lessons, and website content are published on prestigious websites, such as Verywell Health, Medical News Today, Healthline, NurseJournal.org, and NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center's Alzheimer’s Prevention Clinic (AlzU.org).
Sherry used her medical expertise in the business sector to establish a start-up organization, offering outpatient services to people in the community with co-occurring disorders.
From working with patients in a clinical setting, to acting as CEO of a treatment facility, then making a career change into the professional medical writing sector, Sherry has a wealth of experience to rely on when helping to inform and educate readers on what they need to know about the business world, getting the best education, or a complex health issue.
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