College of Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
Dr. Robin Adams-Weber has been a registered nurse since 1983 and an advanced practice nurse since 200. She has worked in both the private and public settings. She has experience working in the following nursing departments: medical-surgical, emergency/trauma, flight (fixed wing), intensive care (medical and cardiac), and obstetrics and gynecology. In2005 Robin began the higher education arena. She worked for a local private non-profit university teaching across all levels of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program. The courses she taught included nursing across the life span, pharmacology, culture in nursing, nutrition, health assessment, maternal and child care, and research application. At the same university, she also taught research application, advanced health assessment, and women's health in primary care at the graduate level. Robin became a contributing faculty member of Walden University in 2015 where she teaches a women's health course and assists with teaching advanced health assessment. Robin continues to keep current with practice by offering women's health services at a local health department as well as serving as a preceptor for advanced practice nursing students.
NURS 6551 - Primary Care of Women
NURS 6501 - Advanced Pathophysiology
NURS 6512 - Advanced Health Assessment
Diploma, Massillon Community Hospital
BSN, University of Phoenix
MSN, Drexel University
DNP, Duquesne University
A Guardcare Event, Participant - Dover, OH United States
Awards / Honors
STTI, Pi Chi, Malone University, 2005
STTI, Epsilon, Duquesne University, 2011
Golden Key Honor Society, Duquesne University, 2011
NONPF - Honors Program, , 2013
Adams-Weber, R. L. (2016). Essential Oils: What You Need to Know Before You Use Them.
Adams-Weber, R. L. (2014). Aultman Ambassador Project, Targeting Childhood Obesity. Ohio Association of School Nurses.
Adams-Weber, R. L. (2012). The Impact of Education Provided by a Health Care Practitioner on Chlamydia Screening and Incdence in Women ages 18-25 in a County Health Clinic in Rural Appalachia. Stark Carroll District Nurses Association.
Adams-Weber, R. L. (2011). "The Impact of Education Provided by a Health Care Practitioner on Chlamydia Screening and Incidence in Women Ages 18 - 25 in County Health Clinic in Rural Appalachia". Duquesne University.
Adams-Weber, R. L. (2010). "Do The Right Thing ... A Christian Response to 21st Century Ethical Challenges". Nurses Christian Fellowship of Greater Canton.
Adams-Weber, R. L. (2006). Medical Care in Amazonas, Brazil. Ohio Nurses Association.