Breanne Wilburn, MSN, RN
MSN University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas
BSN Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia
Work and Education
This is Professor Wilburn’s third year teaching at the Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing, and is her first year teaching full time. During her part time activity at LHSON, Professor Wilburn also served as the Clinical Supervisor of the Inpatient Trauma and General Surgery unit at Baylor University Medical Center. Prior to her supervisory experience, she was a staff nurse, charge nurse, and clinical coach on this same unit. At LHSON, Professor Wilburn has served the Level I students in lab and clinical; she has served the Level II students in lecture and clinical. The experience she has gained on the trauma and surgery unit serves as a strong foundation for her role as a lecturer.
Professor Wilburn serves on the Educational Technology Committee at LHSON. Additionally, she is a member of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses (AMSN) and an advocate member of the United States Brain Injury Alliance.
Professor Wilburn enjoys being involved in her local community and in her hometown of Mentor, Ohio. In Ohio, Professor Wilburn has worked at Camp Sue Osborn, a summer camp for children with special needs, for the last decade. While in Texas, she is involved in local and international mission work through the Church at Buffalo Creek in Rockwall; she also volunteers with the YoungLives Ministry, serving teen moms and their children. Additionally, Professor Wilburn adores spending time with her husband and their infant daughter.