Samantha S Rueter
Professor • School of Nursing
She has obtained her Master's in Nursing Education from Walden University and has prior teaching experience in several other areas including fundamentals, pediatrics, and OB.
She is currently pursuing her DNP with William Paterson University.
Throughout her clinical experience Samantha has developed an interest in the developmental care of the neonate, neonatal abstinence syndrome, and lactation support among NICU and discharged mothers. Additionally, Samantha incorporates identifying and educating families on postpartum depression, as well as addressing racial and socioeconomic disparities among the pregnant/postpartum population.
As an educator, she integrates creative teaching strategies and evidence-based practice teaching into lab and clinical settings to ensure positive learning outcomes.
Samantha enjoys spending time with her husband and 3 kids, as well as listening to a good podcast. She also enjoys gardening, cooking, and working out in her free time.
Obstetrics, Pediatrics, Neonatal, Critical Care
Effectiveness of Care Bundles for Central Line Insertion and Maintenance in Reducing Neonatal Infection: A Systematic Review; 2022
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