Dr. Amber Reed joined M State in 2003 and is an instructor in the Associate Degree Nursing program on the Fergus Falls campus.
Reed also coordinates and teaches the RN and LPN Refresher Courses through M State’s Workforce Development Solutions, where she develops and teaches continuing education and health courses.
She is a concurrent enrollment mentor for the nurse aide instructor at Kennedy Secondary School in Fergus Falls and an adjunct instructor at Minnesota State University Moorhead in the RN-BSN program.
She presented her doctoral evidence-based practice project at the Midwest Nursing Research Society conference in Minneapolis in April 2017, and “Implementation of Advance Care Planning in a Rural Minnesota Long-Term Care Facility” by Dr. Amber Reed and Dr. Julie Ponto was published in the Journal of Palliative Care and Nursing, Volume 1, Issue 2.
Reed earned her practical nursing diploma and Associate of Science Degree in Nursing from Fergus Falls Community College; her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and her Master of Science in Nursing Education from MSUM; and her Doctor of Nursing Practice – Practice and Leadership Innovations from Winona State University.
She and her husband have two active boys and enjoys attending and watching all of their sporting events: swimming, hockey, tennis, golf and baseball.