Lori Beck, DNP
Course Faculty Lecturer

(317) 752-6532
lbeck2@marian.edu
Evans Center, room #350

Biography

Lori BeckDr. Beck has a strong interest, and credentials, in both advanced clinical practice and graduate nursing education.  She has experience both as a pediatric and adult nurse practitioner. She has worked in hematology and oncology most of her career with a new interest working with the breast surgeons. Volunteering in New Orleans after Katrina, was a life changing for her and inspired her to pursue her DNP in hospital disaster planning.

Dr. Beck has enjoyed a focus on instructional endeavors as well, beginning as a staff RN with a history of serving as a clinical preceptor.  She has been adjunct faculty for Indiana University's nursing program and a visiting lecturer and clinical coordinator for the Department of Veterans Affairs in Indianapolis.  Instructional topics in her past experience include pathophysiology, gerontology, pharmacology and clinical mentorship.  Significantly, she has a rich history of both clinical and didactic instruction in advanced physical assessment.

She is married with two children and two dogs.

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