DNP University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas
MSN University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas
BSN Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia
Work and Education:
Breanne Wilburn, DNP, RN, CMSRN has been teaching at the Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing since 2014. At LHSON, Dr. Wilburn has worked with students on all undergraduate levels in skills labs, simulation labs, clinical courses, and didactic courses; she has taught in all three undergraduate program tracks. She is currently the lead faculty for Human Needs I and Transition to Practice, having launched the Human Needs I course for the DABSN program. Prior to teaching, Dr. Wilburn served as the Clinical Supervisor of the Inpatient Trauma and General Surgery unit at Baylor University Medical Center.
Committees and Organizations:
Dr. Wilburn serves on the Educational Technology Committee and Mentoring Committee at LHSON. She is on the Sigma Theta Tau Eta Gamma Chapter Board as well. Additionally, Dr. Wilburn is a member of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses (AMSN), and is a part of the AMSN Awards, Scholarships, and Grants Committee.
Research and Presentations:
Dr. Wilburn recently completed her DNP at University of Texas Health Science Center, where she completed a doctoral project on addressing food insecurity at a pediatric primary health clinic. Her additional research interests include faculty/student relations and civility, as well as innovation in online nursing education.
Dr. Wilburn enjoys being involved in her local community and in her hometown of Mentor, Ohio. In Ohio, Professor Wilburn has worked at Camp Sue Osborn, a summer camp for children with special needs, for the last decade. Dr. Wilburn has maintained involvement in her local church, with medical mission experience. Currently, Dr. Wilburn is involved in the care of her community in central Virginia through her work on an inpatient behavioral health unit. Additionally, Professor Wilburn enjoys spending time with her husband and three young daughters.