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Elizabeth Lamb


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Experience and Interests


  • Aspirus Health Nursing Professional Development Coordinator (2021-23)
  • ENPC /TNCC Course Director and Instructor, Emergency Nurses Association (2021-present)
  • UWSP Adjunct Instructor-Nursing (2021)
  • Ascension Health, Clinical Professional Development (2018-21)

Research Interests

  • Transitioning nursing students to bedside care providers
  • Development of critical thinking in healthcare professionals
  • Transformative learning
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Leadership development

Professional Experience

  • Emergency Nurses, Pediatric Nurses Onboarding Program development
  • Cardiac Rhythm and Recognition Curriculum development
  • Mock Code Drill Quality Improvement Initiatives
  • Simulation program development and grant funding
  • Maternal hypertension and hemorrhage simulation development



  • Mid-State Technical College Nurse Advisory Committee
  • Aspirus System Research and Innovation Council

Professional Memberships

  • Emergency Nurses Association (2018-present)

Fun Facts

Last book you read?

Tuck Everlasting

Best advice you ever received?

Eat your dessert first.

What did you want to be when you were growing up?

A college professor.

Favorite Quote?

“Let us never consider ourselves finished nurses, we must be learning all of our lives.” – Florence Nightingale

One thing about your school that you are most proud of?

The dedication to healthcare and the growth of programming to reach future healthcare providers.

What do you enjoy most about teaching?

Engaging with students and learning together.

A piece of advice for students in your school?

Ask questions, engage with your instructors … we are all here because we want you to learn, grow and succeed!

Elizabeth Lamb
Lecturer - Nursing

D142 Science Building


MSN in Nursing Education
Concordia University, 2018

Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Edgewood College, 2012

B.S. in Elementary Education
Carroll University, 2006


NURS 407 - Foundations of Professional Nursing
NURS 441 - Chronic Care Management
NURS 453 - Information Management and Healthcare Technology