Tricia Bernecker is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Nursing. She has a background in a variety of patient care settings. Her clinical experience includes cardiac, medical/surgical intensive care, neurosurgical intensive care and trauma.
Mrs. Bernecker's teaching responsibilities include Nursing of the Acutely Ill Adult, The Older Adult, clinical education of the undergraduate students, and Evidenced-Based Nursing on the graduate level. She has experience teaching research, leadership, medical/surgical, gerontological and critical care nursing.
Mrs. Bernecker received her BSN from West Chester University and her MSN from DeSales University as an Adult Advanced Practice Nurse. She is board-certified as an Adult Clinical Nurse Specialist. Mrs. Bernecker is currently a PhD candidate at Widener University and researching invulnerability in the clinical setting.