Drew Case earned both his bachelor of science in nursing and his master of science in nursing from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He earned his EdS (Education Specialist Degree) in Leadership and Education at Doane University. He is a registered nurse and was formerly a Lieutenant in the United States Navy Reserve where he served as training officer and an Acute Adult Nurse Practitioner. As a nurse, Drew worked in the ICU and did Hemodialysis.
Drew began teaching at the age of 21, teaching Human Anatomy Labs as an undergraduate while in nursing school at the University of Nebraska. He has taught at several colleges and universities in Nebraska teaching: pharmacology, pathophysiology, human anatomy and physiology, basic medical/surgical nursing, and leadership courses.
Drew was the Executive Director for the Southeast Nebraska Area Health Education Center for five years where he presented to thousands of K12 and college students on academic success and study skills and worked with healthcare professionals providing continuing education.
Drew authored The Keys To Success: Unlocking College Achievement, Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology Study Guide, and Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology: Workbook and Study Guide as well as reviewing textbooks, lab manuals, and exam questions for Elsevier and Pearson.