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Lucinda Drohn, MSN, RN

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Education

  • Master of Science in Nursing, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, 2000
  • Bachelor of Science, Liberty University, 1991
  • Associate Degree, Cleary College, 1987

Biography

Professor Drohn is the oldest of five siblings, born and raised in Michigan, where her mother and surviving brother and sister with their families still reside.

She served for nine years in the US Air Force at the end of the Vietnam conflict then returned to school to complete her associate degree in business administration with certifications as a medical assistant, and phlebotomy technician. Soon after, she graduated with the first undergraduate BSN class at Liberty University, in 1991, beginning work in the local Emergency Room. She has been active in that realm in various hospitals in this country, as well as practicing for 2 years in Saudi Arabia. In 2000, she completed her MSN at the University of Texas-Houston Health Science Center, with a focus as an Emergency Nurse Practitioner. Her training helped her to realize her real love for bedside nursing and teaching, which is where her focus is today.

Professor Drohn says that she is single by choice and by God’s grace, allowing her time to invest in her work in the ER as well as, perhaps more importantly, in her students. She enjoys camping, butterflies & bonfires, as well as reading, crafting, and “fiddling” with things. Her favorite topics of discussion are Star Trek, Lord of the Rings, and how to keep on track for when Jesus comes. She gives all glory to Jesus for His guidance and watch-care over her as she continues to pray for her unsaved family members and her students.

Professional Memberships

  • Emergency Nurse Association

Courses Taught

  • NURS 105: Medical Terminology
  • NURS 115: Sciences in Nursing
  • NURS 210: Health Assessment
  • NURS 221: Fundamentals in Nursing, Clinical
  • NURS 301: Strategies for Adult Health Care I, Clinical
  • NURS 302: Strategies for Adult Health Care II, Clinical
  • NURS 490: Leadership/Management in Nursing, NCLEX Review
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