March’s Featured Member – Beth Barker

March’s Featured Member

Beth Barker, RN, BSN
Beth Barker, is a newer member of ONA who was really exposed to the association after precepting with Joe Hauser – ONA’s Director of Continuing Education.  Beth graduated in December 2016 from Capital University with her BSN after originally receiving her Associate’s Degree in Nursing in June 2011.

When asked about her favorite part of her job as a nurse, Beth said, “My favorite part of my job is all the new and different people I get to meet, and the relationships I am fortunate enough to build as part of my professional network. In my current position I provide education on childhood and teen immunizations to private practices, clinics, local health departs, and larger health system owned practices in over 35 counties in Ohio. I have also taken on the new role of practice coach for a new quality improvement program at Ohio AAP. In each of these roles I am blessed to work with many great healthcare professionals including doctors, APRNs, RN’s, LPN’s, and MA’s. I learn something new everyday thanks to the many different people I meet!”

Beth currently works at the Ohio Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics as their nurse educator and resides in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.

Beth Barker, is a newer member of ONA who was really exposed to the association after precepting with Joe Hauser – ONA’s Director of Continuing Education.  Beth graduated in December 2016 from Capital University with her BSN after originally receiving her Associate’s Degree in Nursing in June 2011.

When asked about her favorite part of her job as a nurse, Beth said, “My favorite part of my job is all the new and different people I get to meet, and the relationships I am fortunate enough to build as part of my professional network. In my current position I provide education on childhood and teen immunizations to private practices, clinics, local health departs, and larger health system owned practices in over 35 counties in Ohio. I have also taken on the new role of practice coach for a new quality improvement program at Ohio AAP. In each of these roles I am blessed to work with many great healthcare professionals including doctors, APRNs, RN’s, LPN’s, and MA’s. I learn something new everyday thanks to the many different people I meet!”

Beth currently works at the Ohio Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics as their nurse educator and resides in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.