Brenda Eng, RN, MN, ARNP, Inpatient orthopedic nurse practitioner at Seattle Children's Hospital in the Department of Orthopaedics and Sport Medicine. Brenda obtained her BSN from University of British Columbia, her MN from University of Washington and completed her Post Masters at Saint Louis University.
Brenda has been a clinical instructor since 2006 in the Department of Family and Child Nursing, University of Washington School of Nursing. Specialty interest include: acute pain management, continuity of care across settings, children with chronic and progressive life-threatening illness, and canine therapy, Brenda is heavily Involved in residency training of rotating orthopedic residents from University of Washington School of Medicine and Madigan Army Hospital.
Other interests: volunteer camp nursing locally (Washington state and British Columbia) and internationally (Ireland) for European children with cancer. Brenda is known for her dedication to canine therapy, which she has been active in for over 15 years. She can be seen with her West Highland Terrier, Clada, volunteering here on Sundays.