KAREN FRICK PRIDHAM PROFESSORSHIP IN PEDIATRIC NURSING – PVL 90052
Apply by September 15, 2017.
Become part of a growing enterprise that is advancing the discipline of nursing through research, education, and service. University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing seeks talented nurse scientists and educators who strive to achieve inclusive excellence. Partner with colleagues who share a passion to make discoveries, enhance systems, and improve health outcomes. Join us in a beautiful facility with high-fidelity clinical simulation labs, research suites, and one of the largest active learning complexes in the nation. Enjoy living in Madison, a city nestled amid a chain of scenic lakes with a healthy innovation-driven regional economy and a favorable cost of living compared to other desirable US metro areas.
This new appointment will continue the School’s commitment to advancing research, education and leadership in pediatrics. The position offers collaborative opportunities with American Family Children’s Hospital. The successful candidate will demonstrate a record of externally funded, published research; a focus of children with complex, chronic conditions is desirable. The position will also contribute to teaching in undergraduate and graduate programs, and through mentoring of doctoral students.
possess a PhD in nursing or a related field
be eligible for licensure as a registered nurse in Wisconsin
have at least 5 years of experience conducting research related to pediatrics, offer a record of research publication
have taught for at least 3 years at the undergraduate or nursing level in nursing or a health-related field
For more information, contact Dr. Susan Zahner, (608) 263-5282 or email@example.com
About University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing
The University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing is the leading nursing education institution in Wisconsin and a crucial part of the state's health care system. The School offers a full array of degree programs--the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BS), the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), and the Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing (PhD). Postdoctoral training opportunities are also available.