I spent most of my life along the shores of Lake Michigan in the beautiful state of Wisconsin. My husband and I moved to Belton, Texas in 2014 to be closer to our sons, who live in Dallas.
I received a Master of Nursing Science from Marquette University as an Adult Acute Care Nurse Practitoner and practiced in a level one trama Emergency Medicine arena for about 14 years as a nurse practitoner. At this time I did work closely with the EMS community of Lake Country training paramedics. I also participated actively with the Wisconsin Nurses Association doing lectures and suturing classes at their annual meetings.
I received my Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I taught at Marquette University as adjunct faculty in the College of Nursing for 14 years.
As you can see my life has been a combinaton of nursing and education. I feel blessed that the Lord has guided me to be a part of UMHB. I am proud to be a member of the UMHB faculty and look forward to a successful career here.
I spend my free time hiking, biking, kayaking and enjoying nature. I also enjoy reading any time.
Implementing the Hypothermia Protocol A Case Study. Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal 33(2) 137-144
Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome. Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal 37(2)95-101