Martha Hepler: MSN/ED, RN, CHSE, Lecturer

Martha HelperMartha Hepler obtained her BSN from West Virginia University/Glenville State College Joint Nursing program and her MSN with a specialty in education from Duke University School of Nursing. Her work experience includes nursing in the neonatal ICU, obstetrics and gynecology. Hepler has served on the nursing faculty at Bladen Community College and UNC Pembroke where she was the director of the Clinical Learning Center. Hepler was chosen among 20 people world-wide to participate in the ’15 NLN Leadership Development Program for Simulation Educators.

Hepler is currently working on a group project to identify exemplars and key ingredients for the implementation of a low-cost standardized patient program. A lecturer at UNCW since 2015, her teaching responsibilities include courses such as Professional Nursing Practice for the Baccalaureate Nurse, Health Assessment for the Registered Nurse, and Pathophysiological and Pharmacological Evidence-Based Nursing Care.

Education

  • 2004, MSN, Nursing Education, Duke University School of Nursing
  • 1998, BSN, Nursing, Glenville State College/West Virginia State University Joint Nursing Program

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