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Christine Larsen, MSN, RN

Clinical Instructor, School of Nursing

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Christine Larsen started her career as a computer programmer but ultimately returned to school and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Boise State University in 2018. Because Christine has always been fascinated with the role technology plays in nursing care, she obtained a Master of Science in Nursing Informatics from Western Governors University in 2024. She has worked as a nurse in hospice, inpatient psychiatric care, telemetry, and outpatient medical oncology.

Throughout nursing school and her nursing career Christine found she loves teaching new graduate and student nurses, helping them grow in confidence and skills. To further pursue this passion, she joined Boise State University’s School of Nursing in 2022 as an Adjunct Clinical Instructor and became a full time faculty member in spring of 2023. In her faculty role, Christine developed NURSTEC EMAR, a web-based electronic medication administration record system used in the School of Nursing’s simulation and practice labs to help student nurses learn to use assistive technology for safe medication administration.

Outside nursing, Christine spends her free time reading, crocheting, doing jigsaw puzzles, and singing. She belongs to the Barbershop Harmony Society as well as Star Harmony, a local women’s barbershop chorus. She loves Idaho and lives in Meridian with her husband, children, and dog.

Contact Information

Phone: 208-426-2689