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Jenny Allert, MSN Ed., RNC-OB, is an assistant professor in the Department of Nursing at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Her areas of expertise are pregnancy and newborns. She teaches Nursing Care for the Childbearing Family and Health Assessment.
Prior to joining MSU Denver, Allert was a staff nurse in the Labor and Delivery Department at multiple SCL Health sites. She was also a nursing obstetric clinical-practice instructor, health-career online instructor and upper-division lecturer at Arizona State University. Allert worked at Banner University Health Center as a staff nurse in a Level 4 high-risk labor-and-delivery unit. She is the lead faculty of Nursing Care for the Childbearing Family; and Health Assessment. She also serves on the Admissions and Scholarship Committee, the College Advising Committee and the University Awards Committee at MSU Denver.
Her research areas include cleft birth defects and developing skills for obstetric and pediatric nursing students. Her work has been published by the International Journal of Childbirth Education and the National League for Nursing.
Allert is pursuing her doctorate in Nursing Practice from Grand Canyon University. She received her master’s in Nursing from Grand Canyon University in 2015 and a bachelor’s in Nursing from Pacific Lutheran University in 2001.
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