Biography

Faye P. Postell joined the faculty in August of 2015 as a clinical and lab instructor. Prior to assuming this position, Ms. Postell had a 23 year career as a staff nurse in the acute care setting in a Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit. In this position she held leadership positions as charge nurse and preceptor. She is married to her husband Carlo, who works in aviation and they have three adult children.

Teaching

NUR 3119C Foundations of Nursing Practice, NUR 3065L Health Assessment Nursing Situations Lab, NUR 4716L Acute Care Nursing Situations Adult/Aging in Practice, NUR 4764L Complex Care Nursing Situations Adult/Aging in Practice and NUR 4829L Nursing Practice Immersion. She also assists in the Professional Practice & Simulation Lab.

Instructor Postell describes herself as a motivator of learning that is approachable and encourages collegiality between students and herself. She is culturally competent and enhances diversity through individuality by caring, inspiring and leading with her students being the focal point.

Ms. Postell’s area of research interest is: The Diagnosis of Pulmonary Sarcoidosis in Intensive Care Staff.

Education

  • MSN-Ed: Florida Atlantic University (2015) - Boca Raton, FL
  • BSN: Nova Southeastern University (2013) - Davie, FL
  • ASN: Broward College (1989) - Pembroke Pines, FL
  • ACLS & BLS Certifications (1990-Present)