Christine M. Berté is a Family Nurse Practitioner with a Post-master certificate as a Psychiatric/Mental Health N.P. She also holds an EdD in Nursing Education and is certified by the National League of Nursing as a Nurse Educator.
Her clinical specialty is Adolescent Medicine, and for over 20 years, her practice consisted of providing health care for juveniles in detention centers throughout Connecticut. She provided clinical precepting for various advanced practice programs and the Yale School of Medicine residency program.
Academically, Chris has taught and developed curricula for all levels of nursing education, including courses that were held in London, Dublin, and various cities in Italy. She has held numerous administrative positions in her academic career, including the position of Dean of a School of Nursing, but is excited to return to her true passion, which is teaching. One of her most treasured accomplishments is receiving the Daisy Award for Academic Excellence in 2019. Her research interests are varied, including issues specific to Advanced Practice education and the impact spirituality has on healthcare. On occasion, she guest lectures at the Holy Family Passionist Center in Hartford, Connecticut.