Sarah Stevens has a passion for mental health, neuroplasticity, youth, and early intervention. She is a motivated individual with a strong desire to make positive changes in the healthcare system. She thoroughly enjoys creating policies, procedures, pre-printed orders, and program development.
Her passion for evidence-based practice and has led her to her career in teaching at the University of British Columbia Okanagan. She is currently employed as a Clinical Assistant, teaching mental health clinical for second and third year nursing students.
Her experience in Early Psychosis Intervention as a case manager has ignited a passion for early intervention and youth mental health services. She hopes to remain involved in community mental health services and focus her masters and PhD on youth mental health and early intervention.
BScN, University of British Columbia, Okanagan
CASN, Clinical Instructor Certificate Course
Fraser Health, Early Psychosis Intervention Training Certificate
- University of British Columbia, Okanagan- Enactus Roots Project, Supervisor
- Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing: Mental Health Interest Group, member