Mrs. Donalee WaschakSchool of Health and Human Services
Donalee Waschak an Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing at National University School of Health and Human Services. Professor Waschak actively teaches RN BSN Completion, Generic Entry BSN, and in the School of Public Health. Professor Waschak continues to support Nursing through various professional memberships including Affiliate Faculty with the American Heart Association Western States Division as an instructor for ACLS, PALS and BCLS; American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Sigma Theta Tau International, and the National League for Nursing. Before joining NU, Professor Waschak held various positions at hospitals and community colleges throughout Southern California. Professor Waschak is a Critical Care RN at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in the ICU, CCU, PICU, ER and Critical Care Transport. Professor Waschak earned a Graduate Nurse diploma from Los Angeles County Medical Center School of Nursing, Associate of Arts from East Los Angeles College, Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Phoenix, and a Master of Science of Nursing from University of Phoenix.
School of Public Health - (COH 317) Public Health and Nutrition
School of Health Sciences - (GER 310) Healthy Aging and (HTM 310) Informatics.
School of Nursing - (NSG 310) Professional Nursing Values, (NSG 403) Nursing Theories and Models, (NSG 211T) Health Assessment, (NSG 211A) Health Assessment Clinical, (NSG 412) Community Healthcare Delivery, (NSG 411 Community Health Frameworks, (NSG 410) Community: Population Focus, (NSG 342) RN BSN Nursing Management, (NSG 440) Issues in Professional Nursing.
College of the Canyons-
(NSG 110) Fundamentals, (NSG120) Beginning Medical Surgical Nursing, (NSG 222) Intermediate Medical Surgical, (NSG 232) Advanced Medical Surgical Nursing, (NSG 045) Basic EKG, (NSG 145) Advanced Cardiac Dysrhythmias management and recognition, (NSG 242) Critical Care Nursing II, (HLHSCI 051) AHA BLS For Healthcare Providers (CPR) (HLHSCI-249) Medical Terminology (HLHSCI 151) Emergency Medical Technician I, (NURSNG 052) Introduction to Medical Assisting ( NURSNG 053) Beginning Medical Assisting (NURSNG 054) Intermediate Medical Assisting (NURSNG 054) Intermediate Medical Assisting, (NURSNG 241) Critical Care Nursing I.
School of Health and Human Services