Dr. Tanya Bronzell-Wynder has been a Registered Nurse for over 24 years and a Nurse Practitioner for 15 years. She has taught as an adjunct clinical instructor and assistant professor of nursing since 2008. Her primary focus in teaching has been in the Adult Gerontology Acute Care, Family and Adult Health Nurse Practitioner. She has taught in the past at Temple University and Thomas Jefferson University.
Dr. Wynder received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Temple University and Master of Science in Nursing from Gwynedd Mercy University as an Adult Health Nurse Practitioner. She later received her Post Master's Certificate as an Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner from Thomas Jefferson University and a Post Master’s Certificate as a Family Nurse Practitioner from Maryville University. Dr. Wynder finished her educational climb with her Doctor of Nursing Practice at Thomas Jefferson University.
Dr. Wynder’s role at Walden University is as a nursing Contributing Faculty Member in the Nurse Practitioner Program.
DNP, Thomas Jefferson University
MSN, Gwynedd Mercy University
Post-master's Certificate, Thomas Jefferson University
Post-master's Certificate, Maryville University
Lifecycles Health Center and Services, Board of Directors - Camden
Awards / Honors
Sandra Festa Ryann Award , , 2015
Bronzell-Wynder, T. M. (2019). Lung Transplant for the Critical Care Nurse . Critical Care Nursing Clinics of North America
Bronzell-Wynder, T. M. (2017). Does Contracting with Managed Care Organizations Remain A Barrier for Nurse Practitioners?. NURSING ECONOMIC$
Bronzell-Wynder, T. M. (2018). Can a Nurse Managed Health Center in Camden NJ Impact Diabetes Care compared to FQHCs?. Nurse Led Care Consortium