Jane Pfeiffer, an assistant professor of nursing at Azusa Pacific University's Inland Empire Regional Center, teaches courses in the fundamentals of nursing, psychology and mental health nursing, bioethics, nursing theory, and community health nursing. Her practice areas include post surgical nursing, home care, spiritual care, and campus ministry with faculty and graduate students. She has conducted research in grounded theory and phenomenology in the area of spiritual care, and is currently working on a Ph.D. in nursing at Loma Linda University.
Pfeiffer is passionate about seeing students and faculty articulate and demonstrate a coherence of beliefs integrated in practice. She works to instill in her students the idea that the profession of nursing involves both the individual and the spirit of Christ Jesus.
M.A. - Christian Studies, New College for Advanced Christian Studies
M.S. - Nursing, Loma Linda University
B.S. - Nursing, Wichita State University
B.S. - Sociology, Kansas State University
School of Nursing
Community Health Nursing
Spiritual Nursing Care
GNRS 574 – Foundations of Professional Nursing GNRS 584 – Mental Health Nursing GNRS 586 – Leadership and Management in Professional Practice GNRS 587 – Community Health Nursing UNRS 306 – Theoretical Frameworks for Nursing UNRS 496 – Senior Seminar: Ethics and Issues in Health Care