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suzan blacher

Suzan Blacher


Assistant Clinical Professor

Division of Undergraduate Nursing
R.N.-B.S.N. Completion Department

Ms. Blacher is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the College of Nursing at Drexel University where she is currently teaching in the RN-BSN program. She received a diploma in nursing from Massachusetts General Hospital, her BSN from Barry University in Miami Shores, Fl. and her MSN from Drexel University. She has a certificate in Nursing Education and a certificate in Complementary Integrative Therapies, both from Drexel University; as well as a certificate in Clinical Nursing Education from the University of Miami, Miami, and Fl. She is currently a doctoral candidate (PhD) at Barry University, specializing in nursing education. Her clinical areas have included addiction nursing, home health care, critical care, GI nursing and med-surg nursing. She has worked as a unit level Nurse Educator, Hospital Organizational Learning Educator, and Clinical Nursing Faculty.


Care of the patient with substance use disorders.

Research Interests:

Ms. Blacher’s research area is the stigmatization of addictions.

Professional Society:

International Nurses Association on Addictions, American Psychiatric Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau and the American Nurses Association.