Sarah Endicott, DNP, RN, APNP, PMHNP-BC, GNP-BC
Position title: Clinical Professor
4123 Signe Skott Cooper Hall
University of Wisconsin–Madison in: Post Graduate Psychiatric Nursing Capstone Certificate, 2020
DNP, University of Wisconsin-Madison in: Adult/Older Adult; Supporting Areas of Emphasis: Nursing Education, 2013
MS, Marquette University in: Nursing, 2010
BA, University of Wisconsin–Madison in: English and Journalism, 2000
Dr. Sarah Endicott is a Clinical Professor at the UW-Madison School of Nursing. Sarah is a nurse practitioner dual board certified in psychiatric mental health and geriatrics with extensive experience caring for older adults across care settings. She maintains a clinical practice in community psychiatry and in-patient geriatric psychiatry. Sarah teaches in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program as well as offering an interprofessional course in community supports for people living with dementia. Sarah was named a Distinguished Educator in Gerontological Nursing by the National Hartford Center of Gerontological Nursing Excellence.
Clinical Scholarship focus areas
Teaching and Learning
- Develops and evaluates geriatric content across the curriculum in the School of Nursing.
- Creates and employs active learning strategies for online and in-person coursework.
- Co-developer of an interprofessional graduate clinical preceptor workshop.
Professional Practice and Education
- Principle author of a nationally distributed curriculum for home care nurses caring for people living with dementia.
- Clinical expert contributor to toolkits for dementia friendly initiatives in the community and in the hospital setting.
- Developed content and served as a primary educator for a geriatric nurse residency program for long-term care.