- Studied at Harvard, Yale, and Boston University
- Over 20 years of experience
- Expert in women’s health and health literacy
“I chose to work in healthcare because I wanted to help people. I found my passion teaching people how to take care of themselves.” - Amy Harris, MS, RN, CNM
Amy Harris has a master's degree in Maternal and Child Health from Harvard T. Chan School of Public Health. She attended Yale School of Nursing and Boston University School of Public Health to become a certified nurse midwife (CNM). She has worked for over 20 years in clinical and public health practice. She specializes in women's reproductive health care, healthy literacy, and writing about health and wellness.
- Harvard T. Chan School of Public Health
- Yale School of Nursing
- Boston University School of Public Health
Credentials and Certifications
- Master of Science
- Registered Nurse
- Certified Nurse-Midwives
- IHA Health Literacy Specialist Certificate Program: Public Health Micro-Credential
- IHA Health Literacy Specialist Certificate Program: Education Micro-Credential
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Health Literacy for Public Health Professionals
- Web Content Writing
- Research Skills
- Health Journalism
- Women’s Health
- Health Education
- Patient Education
- Public Speaking
- Health Literacy
- Health Promotion
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