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Marin Hansch

Nursing - Associate Degree Instructor

Contact Information

1019 South Knowles Ave.
New Richmond, WI 54017

E-mail Marin Hansch
800.243.9482 ext. 4316

Degree

A.S.N., Minneapolis Community College, Minneapolis, Minn.
B.S.N., Viterbo University, LaCrosse, Wis.
M.S.N., University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Biography

Marin Hansch is an Associate Degree - Nursing Instructor at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College's New Richmond campus.

She has worked for a number of years in various critical care arenas and most recently in the post anesthesia care unit. Working in the role of staff nurse and charge nurse allows direct patient and family contact.  Teaching the patient and his or her family is present every day. Marin always reminded herself - just as she reminds her nursing students that this patient may be going through this situation for the first time in his or her life.  Just because a nurse does this task every day, the patient does not and nurses always need to remind themselves of how fortunate they are to be able to care for this patient at this time in his or her life.

In her free time, Marin is involved in family outings with her husband, children, parents and siblings. Extracurricular activities she enjoys are: skiing (water and snow), walking on the beach, biking and enjoying the curiosity and companionship of her yellow British/American Labrador retriever.

Marin Hansch, WITC Superior Nursing - Associate Degree Instructor

Quote

"My philosophy as a nursing instructor and learner will continue to evolve just as my philosophy of nursing has evolved throughout my career, however, the basic premise of my philosophy will always remain the same: I have always treated my patients, their families, and my co-workers, as I would want my family to be treated. I will never allow my work to become an everyday drudgery. I remind myself often that although I do the same work day in and day out my patient might only have this experience once in his or her lifetime and it is my responsibility (and that of my students) to make it the best experience possible for them and be their advocate." - Marin Hansch