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Tamara L. Burger, MS, CNM

Clinical Instructor

Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences

Background

Tamara Burger is a clinical instructor at the Decker School of Nursing, where she has taught for five years. Her focus is in women’s health and family theory. In addition, she has worked in telehealth focused on women’s health.

Her previous experience includes working as a registered nurse in maternity, newborn nursery and labor and delivery prior to seeking her certification as a nurse midwife. (CNM). During this time she also taught childbirth education classes.

Burger worked as a CNM in a group practice for 12 years, providing full OB/GYN care for low- to moderate-risk women. Many clients were from socially challenging situations. She was part of a drill team in labor and delivery for emergency preparedness training.

Education

  • Post-graduate certificate in nursing education, Binghamton University
  • MS, midwifery, SUNY Stony Brook
  • BS, nursing, Binghamton University
  • AS liberal arts, Broome Community College

Clinical Interests

  • OB/GYN nursing

Teaching Interests

  • OB/GYN nursing
  • Family nursing
  • Health assessment

Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae