Professor Lauren Kaiser is an associate professor specializing in maternal newborn nursing. She teaches the process of development from conception to birth from a maternal and neonatal health perspective.
Professor Lauren Kaiser has taught maternal child health since 2018. Before coming to Joyce University, she taught in an associate degree program at Our Lady of Lourdes School of Nursing.
Lauren Kaiser has worked as a nurse since 2010, with extended experience in maternal child health. Her primary expertise is in labor and delivery, and she has worked as a unit-based nurse educator in labor and delivery, high risk obstetrics and mother baby departments.
Professor Lauren Kaiser has served on several committees specific to her specialty, including the Student Nurse Association, the Virtua Baby Friendly Steer Committee, the Virtua Cesarean Section Reduction Task Force, the Virtua Professional Practice Council, the Virtua Maternal Child Health Practice Council, and the Virtua Postpartum Hemorrhage Project. She has also volunteered with many local projects and fundraisers benefiting women’s and family health. She currently is a member of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee at Joyce.
Lauren Kaiser loves to see the “lightbulb” moment when she is working with students. Teaching has always come naturally to her, and sharing her love for maternal and neonatal nursing is the greatest, most rewarding part of her career. Her goal is not to recruit nurses into maternal childcare, but to spike interest in this facet of nursing.
Professor Lauren Kaiser has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Rowan University, a Diploma in nursing from Our Lady of Lourdes School of Nursing, an Associate of Science degree from Camden County College, and an MSN in Nursing from Grand Canyon University.
When she isn’t working, Professor Lauren Kaiser shifts her focus to her family and friends. She enjoys traveling, camping, watching movies, and supporting her local wineries and breweries.