Ann W. Lambert, RN, MSN, CRNP

Ann W. Lambert, RN, MSN, CRNP
Assistant Clinical Professor

CRNP, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1999
MSN, University of South Alabama, 1989
BSN, Auburn University at Montgomery, 1985
BS, Family and Child Services, Auburn University, 1981

Pediatrics, Maternity Nursing

Research Intrests:
Shaken Baby Syndrome and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Prevention, Play Therapy, Childhood Obesity, Oncology Patients and Resilience

Ann Lambert received an undergraduate degree in Family and Child Services from Auburn University and baccalaureate in Nursing from Auburn University at Montgomery. Her Master’s degree in Maternal Child Nursing is from the University of South Alabama and post-master’s certification as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
She has over 25 years of nursing experience including Med-Surg, ED, ICU, PACU, Oncology and nurse manager. She has taught in associate and baccalaureate nursing programs. Since 2000, she has also maintained clinical practice as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner.

Lambert joined the AU faculty in 2013 as an Assistant Clinical Professor. She teaches primarily in the junior level Maternity Course and Pediatric nursing content within the integrated curriculum.

Recent Presentations
Lambert, A., Sanders, B., & Wang, C. 35th Annual Conference on Pediatric Health Care, Boston, MA, Mar 10-15,2014 (Poster Presentation, Published abstract) Presenter Lambert, A. Title: “Merging Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention and Nursing Students’ Clinical Experience”.

Lambert, A., Sanders, B., & Wang, C. Auburn University’s Research Week, April 14-17,2014 (Poster Presentation) Presenter Lambert, A. Title: “Merging Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention and Nursing Students’ Clinical Experience”

Lambert, A. Wang, C. & Walker J. American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) National Meeting. Chicago, IL, April 26-30, 2014. Presenter Lambert, A. Title: “Rural OB/GYN Office Collaborates with Nursing Students for Shaken Baby Syndrome Prevention Teaching”.

Learning Needs of Nurse Educators in the U.S. Dean’s Research Award, Auburn University School of Nursing. Funded September 1994. (Project Director, Sandy Stevenson).

Greater Brewton Foundation, Grant awarded and purchased Shaken Baby Syndrome DVDs for teaching purposes. Community College nursing students taught one on one with pregnant or postpartum moms at local OB-GYN offices 2008-2012.

Level II Intramural Grant Program (IGP), Grant awarded for “Exploring Preventive Strategies of Childhood Obesity through Prenatal Education” Auburn University, Received March, 2014.