PhD, RN, CEN
Assistant Clinical Professor
Division of Undergraduate Nursing
Three Parkway Building, Room 980
Dr. Fasolka primarily teaches pharmacology and medical-surgical topics in the prelicensure BSN programs. He is an actively practicing, board Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN) at a quaternary hospital center. Dr. Fasolka earned a PhD in nursing science from Widener University (Chester, PA). His doctoral dissertation explored professional mentoring, career satisfaction, and intent to stay in nursing among new to practice male registered nurses. He holds a MSN in nursing education and BSN from DeSales University (Center Valley, PA). Dr. Fasolka is active in the Emergency Nurses Association and the American Assembly for Men in Nursing. Dr. Fasolka frequently travels to India as part of a Drexel University international collaboration, and he has accompanied Drexel University students on a service trip to Nicaragua. He frequently serves as a preceptor for graduate students studying nursing education.
Emergency nursing, pharmacology, nursing education.
Professional mentoring, men in nursing, nursing retention and career satisfaction.
Emergency Nurses Association, American Assembly for Men in Nursing.