Freda Fuller is an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing. Her current teaching responsibilities include Nursing Leadership, Applied Christian Values, and Pharmacology. She has taught Nursing as a Kingdom Vocation, Evidence Based Practice, Women’s Health and Nursing Foundations.
She holds a BSN from Tennessee State University, a master’s in nursing leadership from Walden University, leadership training certification from Union University and is board certified as a nurse executive (NE-BC) with the ANCC.
Certified as a Basic Life Support/CPR instructor with the American Heart Association, Fuller teaches CPR certification and recertification courses for Healthcare Providers to students and other faculty members. Fuller devoted much of her nursing career with Hospital Corporation of America in labor and delivery, high risk obstetrics and emergency care. At Centennial Women’s and Children’s Hospital she acted as director of perinatal nursing with nursing oversight of all obstetric units.
A Nashville native, Fuller has a passion for medical missions and guides nursing students on Lipscomb surgical mission trips to Blessings Hospital in Malawi, Africa with the support of the Sara Walker Foundation and to Clinica Ezell in Guatemala partnered with Health Talents International.