Biography

 

 

Ms. Herlie Bertrand is a motivated registered nurse and faculty member, who is currently pursuing her PhD with her dissertation focus on health care disparities among black pregnant women. Her experience is in oncology, medical surgical, telemetry, stepdown, home health and community health.  Ms. Bertrand is experienced in simulation and lecture-based education, and is competent in clinical education of ADN and BSN nursing students. She is also a 2021 Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing Leadership Excellence Award recipient. 

Teaching

Chronic Care Nursing Situations Adults and Aging Populations

Nursing Practice Immersion

Complex Care in Nursing Situations with Adults and Aging Populations in Practice

Acute Health Nursing Situations for Adults and Aging Populations in Practice

Chronic Care Nursing Situations Adults and Aging Populations in Practice

Foundations of Nursing Practice

Health Assessment Nursing Situations Lab

Fundamentals Clinical

Medical/Surgical Clinical 1

Maternity Nursing Skills Lab 

Pediatric Nursing Skills Lab 

Pediatric Clinical

Health Care Concepts WC Lecture

Medical/Surgical Clinical 1

Honors/Awards

2021 Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing Leadership Excellence Award

Education