- School of Nursing
Professor Berube is an Associate Professor of Practice and Chair of the Undergraduate Nursing Program at Simmons University. Professor Berube joined the Simmons faculty in 1993. She received her undergraduate degree from St. Anselm College and her Master’s Degree in Parent-Child Health Nursing from Boston University. Professor Berube completed the Certificate for Advanced Graduate Study in both Adult and Women’s Health Primary Care Nursing at Simmons University. Her background and clinical expertise in both Maternal-Child Health and Adult Health provide the foundation for her teaching. She maintains a clinical practice as an Adult Health Nurse Practitioner in Southern New Hampshire. Professor Berube is actively involved in professional organizations including Sigma Theta Tau International and the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She has spoken to various organizations and schools addressing issues related to adolescent pregnancy and children’s response to loss. She has also been the keynote speaker on the topic of women’s health for several organizations. Professor Berube was recognized as Teacher of the Year for Simmons School for Health Sciences in 2009.
What I Teach
- Health Assessment & Nursing Fundamentals Skills
- Pediatric Nursing