Debra Huber, PhD, APRN, CS

 

Debra Huber, PhD, APRN, CS
Professor

Dr. Huber earned an associate degree in nursing from Weber State University, a baccalaureate degree in nursing from the University of Utah, a Master of Science degree in nursing from Brigham Young University, and a doctorate in nursing from the University of Utah. Her professional background includes service at Weber State University as Chair of the Nursing Department (1999-2005), Director of the Baccalaureate Nursing Program (1997-1998), and a faculty member in the B.S.N. Program (1990-1997). Prior to her work in academe, Dr. Huber served as a unit educator and clinical nurse specialist in the McKay-Dee Hospital NICU. In addition to clinical focus in the NICU, her clinical nursing background includes Labor & Delivery, Mother-Baby, Newborn Nursery, Medical-Surgical, and Adult Intensive Care. Dr. Huber’s research interest is focused within the complex nature of understanding nurses and the experience of nursing families who find themselves in the NICU environment. Dr. Huber’s doctoral research was entitled: Parent's Lived-Experience with the Admission of Their Newborn into a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: A Phenomenological Study.

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