Trudy Weathersby

Registered Nurse

Highlights

- Licensed registered nurse

Experience

Trudy Weathersby, RN, MEd., is a former writer for Verywell. Trudy's experience as a nurse has included hands-on experience with adolescent pregnancy, obstetrics, emergency room and ambulatory care, and general med-surg. She served as National Director of Training for Medical Innovations, PVNS, coordinating national workshops for physical therapists, managers, registered nurses, program educators, and home health aides. Trudy also coordinated a comprehensive infusion therapy and wound care training program for Registered Nurses. She has conducted seminars on death and dying throughout Texas for home health care and hospice workers and wrote a chapter on death and dying for a Purdue University textbook.

Education

Trudy received her BS in nursing from Houston Baptist University, a Post-Graduate Certification in Bio-Medical Communications from the University of Texas, Health Science Center, and a Master of Education, Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Houston.

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