Pamela Dressler, DNP, RN, Evidence-based Practice (CH)

RN-BSN Program Director, Assistant Professor 540-887-4146

Pam Dressler brings over 30 years as a professional nurse in the areas of Critical Care, Nurse Management, and Nurse Educator to the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences/Mary Baldwin University. She received an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College, a Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing (BSN) in the RN to BSN Program at the University of Virginia, and a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) in the Nurse Educator program at Old Dominion University. She has taught in many practice arenas, including; Critical Care, Cardiac Care, The Joint Commission Stroke Prevention certification program, general nursing skills for new nurse graduates, clinical and classroom instructor for the VCCS on-line ADN program, and electronic health record documentation to all of the regional nursing schools prior to their clinical practicum at Augusta Health. Also, in 2015 she began teaching as an Adjunct Faculty for the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences – RN to BSN program. Dressler is dedicated to the growth and development of nursing education, placing importance on the correlation of advanced education of nurses and quality healthcare.