Natasha Zurcher

Natasha Zurcher

Natasha joined Kaplan University School of Nursing in 2011 as an adjunct faculty member. She primarily teaches in the RN-to-BSN online program. In addition, Natasha has served on curriculum development projects as well as the Faculty Curriculum Committee.

Natasha has over 18 years of clinical nursing experience in adult, geriatric, and pediatric nursing. She has cared for many of these populations within the emergency room, critical care, step-down, and vascular access units. She has over 10 years of teaching experience in allied health, associate’s-, bachelor’s-, and master’s-level nursing courses/programs.

Natasha began her nursing career early, graduating from a licensed practical nursing program while in high school. She quickly pursued her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at University of Delaware. She earned a Master of Science in Nursing from University of Phoenix where she specialized in nursing and health care education. She is currently a doctoral student majoring in education with a specialization in Global Training and development at Northcentral University. She currently holds a national certification as a certified pediatric nurse.

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