How do you deal with writer’s block? (πŸ“˜πŸ–‹οΈ)

I don’t experience writer’s block.

With Internationally Educated Health Professionals as my source of inspiration, I am continually and constantly inspired to create out-of-the-box solutions for career advancement.

Whether it be to improve reading, writing, listening skills, learning proper grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure, or juggling worlds when it comes to being a parent, juggling parenting with school, the licensure process, and work, there is always more that I can do to assist in nurturing and supporting IENs and IEHPs by smoothing the path before them.

Healer of Healers

One of my nurses told me I was a “Healer of Healers,” and that is why my most recent collection has the titles the way they do. These books aren’t just about reading, writing, listening, and speaking in English in a medical context. They are about:

This is so whether it be the CELBAN, the IELTS, or any other obstacle in their path!

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Based on a question and answer on GoodReads

Due to recent changes to the licensure process for Internationally Educated Nurses in Canada, I’m shifting my focus from preparing for the CELBAN to career development through the English Language Mastery for Health Professionals program. I’m excited to answer your questions about how ELM can help you achieve your career goals as an IEHP. While I won’t be answering questions specifically about the CELBAN, I’m here to help you explore options, discover resources, conquer challenges, and master the language as a healer. Ask me anything about English Language Mastery and career development in healthcare!

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