Christine Sayre MSN, RN
Instructor of Clinical Practice
317 Newton Hall
1585 Neil Avenue Columbus, OH 43210
Christine Sayre has been a clinical instructor at The Ohio State University College of Nursing since 2005. She has worked in the course Nursing Care of Women and Their Families During Reproductive Transitions, teaching both undergraduate and grad-entry students. She is also an instructor in the course Transitions to Professional Nursing, working with senior nursing students.
Christine's background is obstetrics/maternity nursing. Her clinical areas of expertise include High-Risk Antepartum, Labor and Delivery, Postpartum and Nursery nursing. She has also worked as a Home Health nurse, providing follow-up care for postpartum women and their infants.
Christine is very interested in health and wellness, and is certified as a Health Athlete/Nurse Athlete trainer. She is a current Wellness Innovator for the College of Nursing.
Christine is a mentor for the Center for Trans-disciplinary Evidence-based Practice.
Christine received her BSN from the University of Cincinnati, and her MSN as a Perinatal Clinical Nurse Specialist from the University of Pittsburgh. She is a member of AWHONN and Sigma Theta Tau. She holds a certification in Electronic Fetal Monitoring. She is currently a Doctor of Nursing Practice student.