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Elizabeth Opurum

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Elizabeth Opurum is a compassionate writer with over six years of medical assistant experience. She attended SUNY Plattsburgh where she received her bachelor's in gender and women's studies with minors in biology and chemistry.

She has edited works such as essays, resumes, and college applications and written short stories, poems, and obituaries. Elizabeth is currently in the process of self-publishing her first book, which seeks to support survivors of domestic violence by helping them reclaim their power through the use of tools directed to boost their confidence and change their narrative.

Opurum is a paid member of the Red Ventures Education Integrity Network.

  • Expertise: Medical assistant
  • Education: Medical Assistant Certificate, Allen School of Health Sciences; BA Gender Women's Studies, SUNY Plattsburgh

Subject areas:

Medical assistant, gender and women's studies

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Medical Assistant vs. Nurse: What’s the Difference?
Elizabeth Opurum
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10 Reasons to Get Certified in Medical Assisting
Elizabeth Opurum
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What Is a Medical Assistant?
Elizabeth Opurum