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Professor Christina Buxton earned her BSN at the University of Michigan, School of Nursing, and her MSN in public health/community health/home health care at the University of Michigan. At this time, she also earned a certificate in nursing education. She is a board certified nurse in nursing professional development. Professor Buxton is a member of Sigma Theta Tau (Honor Society of Nursing). She has practiced nursing and nursing professional development on a medical-surgical unit, orthopedic/trauma unit, and inpatient psychiatric unit.
Professor Buxton teaches the junior interactive processes nursing course. To become BSN-prepared nurses, students must master the skills in this course. She has also taught fundamentals and assessment clinical courses at the University of Michigan for sophomore nursing students. Nursing is Professor Buxton's passion and she encourages her students to take pride in the fact that they get to care for individuals in some of their most memorable and vulnerable life moments. She feels privileged to be a nurse and share her passion with her students.
Professor Buxton grew up in Crystal Falls, Michigan. She spent 10 years in Ann Arbor, Michigan where she met her husband, Ryan. Professor Buxton worked at Michigan Medicine (formerly known as the University of Michigan Health System). In 2015, they moved to Indiana where she continued her career at Indiana University Health in Bloomington, IN. In August 2019, Professor Buxton began working at IUPUC. In addition to teaching, she enjoys being a mom and spending time with family and friends. She is an active member in her church choir/leading services in song and the American Red Cross, loves running and cross-country skiing, and enjoys many outdoor activities including hiking and biking with her family.
MSN, University of Michigan
BSN, University of Michigan
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