Children, Families & Reproductive Health

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  • Madelyne Greene, PhD

    Dr. Madelyne Greene | Grant Award

    Dr. Madelyne Greene was selected to be a UW BIRCWH scholar (Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health).

  • Dr. Kitty Montgomery | Grant Award

    Dr. Kitty Montgomery, PhD, RN, PCNS-BC, CPHON, was awarded a grant to support A Feasibility Study Exploring Discordance Between Child and Parent Symptom Reports During Cancer Treatment

  • Traci Snedden Awarded NCAA Grant

    Assistant Professor Traci Snedden, PhD, RN, CPNP-PC, CNE, has been selected as a recipient of the 2020 NCAA Innovations in Research and Practice Grant.

  • Kitty Montgomery delivers a RED Talk at the School of Nursing Fall 2019

    Giving Young Cancer Patients A Voice

    Using the same technology that helps us stay socially connected, Kitty Montgomery, a new assistant professor at the School of Nursing and member of the UW Carbone Cancer Center, studies how the symptoms of pediatric patients with advanced cancers change over time. In doing so, she and her research team help young patients find their voices and communicate their experiences during a vulnerable time.

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Healthy Learner Collaborative

The Healthy Learner Collaborative of Wisconsin includes representatives from K-12 schools, health care organizations, and higher education institutions in the Dane County area. It meets regularly with the goal of improving the health and educational outcomes of children with chronic illness. The group’s work is based on the Healthy Learner Model of Chronic Condition Management, which links health care systems with schools, students, and parents.

Pediatric Practice and Academic Learning (PPAL) Network

The Pediatric Practice and Academic Learning (PPAL) Network is a community of nurses and nursing students who care about the future of the pediatric nursing work force and access to evidence-based, family centered care for all children. PPAL is led by an Academic Practice Partnership between the UW−Madison School of Nursing and American Family Children’s Hospital.