Nurse faculty member president-elect of the American Society for Pain Management Nursing
Dr. Ann Schreier's term begins in September.
Dr. Ann M. Schreier, associate professor of nursing, joined ECU in 1992.
(June 29, 2009)
Dr. Ann M. Schreier, associate professor of nursing at East Carolina University, has been elected president-elect of the American Society for Pain Management Nursing for 2009-2010. Her term begins in September.
Schreier also is director of the alternate entry nursing concentration in the ECU College of Nursing. Alternate entry is an accelerated course of study leading to a master’s in nursing for people with baccalaureate degrees in another field. Schreier first came to ECU in 1992.
Schreier has been instrumental in continuing the American Society for Pain Management Nursing’s mission to improve pain management for clients in a variety of settings since joining the organization in 1997.
“I look forward to facilitating the attainment of our organization’s goals – education, professional recognition, professional resources, advocacy and access to care,” Schreier said. “I am honored to serve as president-elect of this distinguished organization.”
The society comprises professional nurses dedicated to advancing optimal care for people affected by pain by promoting best nursing practices.