Beth Wagner has worked as a registered nurse for over thirty years and has assisted nursing students meet their clinical objectives for the past fifteen years. Wagner works with students in pediatrics, women’s health, public health, and adult medical surgical areas. She has been employed with the School of Nursing and Health Sciences since 2008 as an adjunct clinical instructor and was hired as a fulltime clinical instructor in 2013. Wagner is also a prepared childbirth educator and teaches childbirth education classes breastfeeding classes, and newborn care classes at Pennsylvania Hospital and Jefferson University Hospital.
Area of Expertise:
Adult Medical Surgical
Villanova University 1982
Villanova University 1987
Prepared childbirth educator
Clinical instructor for NUR 306, 316, 405, and 411.
Donaher-Wagner, B. and Denise Braun. (1991). Infant Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for Expectant and New Parents. American Journal of Maternal-Child Nursing. 17(1), 27-29.
1987 Sigma Theta Tau Alpha Nu Chapter