Laura Zebreski, DNP, RN, RNC-NIC
Clinical Assistant Professor and Undergraduate Level Two Coordinator
Doctor of Nursing Practice - University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, Texas
Master of Science in Nursing Education - Walden University, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Baylor University, Waco, Texas
Professor Zebreski has taught at Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing since 2019. She teaches Professional Nursing Practice Level One and Level Two and Introduction to Critical Care Nursing for Level Four. Professor Zebreski has been a nurse since 1999. She has working in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for over 17 years. She also has experience in community nursing by serving as a school nurse for 5 years. Currently, Professor Zebreski works at Parkland Health and Hospital System in the Neonatal ICU.
Professional Associations and Certifications:
- Licensed as a Registered Nurse by the state of Texas
- Board certified in Neonatal Nursing by the National Certification Corporation (RNC-NIC)
- S.T.A.B.L.E. support instructor
- Certified Basic Life Support (BLS) Instructor by the American Heart Association
- Certified Instructor in Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP)
- Inducted into Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing in 1999
- Poster “Collaboration Between NICU and Radiology Improves the Exposure Rate and Quality of X-Rays” won “”People’s Choice’ First Place Poster” and “Quality Week Committee ‘Best Poster’” for Parkland Health and Hospital Systems.
Community Activity and Service:
Professor Zebreski serves the community through her church membership. She serves on the medical response team at her church and has volunteered nursing services at camps and children’s activities.