Wendy Halm, DNP, APNP, FNP-BC

Position title: Clinical Professor

Email: whalm@wisc.edu

Phone: 608-263-5318

4175 Signe Skott Cooper Hall

Wendy Halm headshot

DNP, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, 2011
MS, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee in: Nursing; Supporting Areas of Emphasis: Family Nurse Practitioner Program, 2001
BS, University of Iowa in: Nursing, 1995

Dr. Wendy Halm is Clinical Professor at the UW-Madison School of Nursing. Wendy has been a family nurse practitioner for 23 years, working in both private practice and academic institutions. She maintains a clinical practice at Advocate Aurora Health providing walk-in clinic and employee health services. She teaches in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program and also serves as the Nurse Educator certificate coordinator, providing leadership and administrative oversight. Wendy is a UW-Madison Teaching Academy Fellow and Certified Nurse Educator®.

Clinical Scholarship focus areas

Health Systems and Policy

  • Participation in multi-site NIH quality initiative grant which aims to decrease
    inappropriate use of antibiotics for select acute respiratory infections utilizing
    Registered Nurses working to the top of their licensure.

Professional Practice and Education

  • Dissemination of best clinical practice of common orthopedic conditions.
  • Investigating use of electronic health record embedded clinical decision support
    tools with risk stratification with use of RNs to lead initial acute respiratory
    infection assessment and treatment.

Teaching and Learning

  • Developing and evaluating nurse educator curriculum and program.
  • Organizing content throughout AGPCNP specialty track to be aligned with
    national standards.
  • Creation of active learning instructional activities, including use of simulation and

Health Systems and Policy      Professional Practice and Education      Teaching and Learning

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