Christie Schrotberger, MSN, RN
Clinical Assistant Professor
Christie has been in nursing education since 2004 with a primary interest in using
human patient simulation with undergraduate nursing students. She currently teaches
full-time in the undergraduate nursing program on the Lambuth Campus. Her courses
include Introduction to Medical-Surgical Nursing, Introduction to Medical-Surgical
Nursing Practicum and Clinical Skills I.
Christie serves on the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee and the Student Involvement
Committee. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, International
Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning, Society for Simulation in
Healthcare and the National League for Nursing.
Christie received her BSN from the University of South Alabama, where she was the
recipient of the Academic Excellence Award. She received her MSN in nursing education
from Union University.
Christie has 20 years of practice experience in the adult acute care, home health
and hospice environments. She currently practices as an oncology nurse at Jackson-Madison
County General Hospital.
Christie is happily married with three active children who keep her busy with soccer,
softball, basketball, baseball and theater. When she is not cheering them on from
the sidelines, she also enjoys running, working out, reading and traveling.