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Vicki Aaberg

Vicki Aaberg

Associate Professor of Nursing

Email: aaberv@spu.edu
Phone: 206-281-2609
Office: SHS 108


Education: BS, Eastern Washington University, 1988; MSN, Seattle Pacific University, 2005; Certificate in Nursing Education, University of Northern Colorado, 2007; PhD, Washington State University, 2010. At SPU since 2005.

Dr. Vicki Aaberg came to Seattle Pacific after extensive clinical practice as a nurse. She has always worked with pregnant women in some way — mostly in hospitals as a labor and delivery nurse, but also in clinic and home-care settings. As a bedside nurse she had the opportunity to work with and mentor nurses new to the maternal-newborn experience, sparking her interest in teaching.

Dr. Aaberg teaches courses at SPU about maternal-newborn nursing, human sexuality and nursing, and human sexuality.


Selected publications

Aaberg, V.A. (2012) “A path to greater inclusivity through understanding implicit attitudes toward disability.” Journal of Nursing Education, 51(9), 505–10.

View Dr. Aaberg’s CV (PDF) for additional publications.

Vicki Aaberg

Why I Teach at SPU

Vicki Aaberg, Assistant Professor of Nursing

“I teach at SPU because I can use my God-given gifts to teach and challenge students and I thoroughly enjoy being challenged by the high caliber of students who attend SPU.”