Primary health Clinical Guide
Dr.Diane Schadewald is a Clinical Associate professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee(UWM) Collage of Nursing, Where She has been since August 2013. She writes Primary health Clinical Guide
Prior to her work at UWM she was a clinical assistant professor at the University of Minnesota, School of nursing. Dr. Schadwald received her doctor of Nursing practice in 2008 from the University of Minnesota, School of Nursing. She completed her master of science in nursing at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill in 1992.
She has been board-certified women’s health nurse practitioner (WHNP) and family nurse practitioner (FNP) since 1993 and has worked in family practice or obstetric and gynecologic setting on a full or part-time basis since becoming certified.
Dr. Schadewald was a co-author of the fourth edition of women’s health: aswb clinical exam study guide as well as being an author or co-author of articles Related to women’s health on the topic of contraception, pre-conceptual health, and postpartum depression.
She has also been recognized by the National Certification Corporation for her work in developing test items for the WHNP certification exam.
Dr. Schadewald has been active in a number of Profesional nursing organizations, including Nurse Practitioners in women’s health, Sigma Theta Tau International, Metro Milwaukee Nurse Practitioners the chair of NONPF’s Sexual and Reproductive Health SIG.
Dr. Urula A. Pritham was on faculty most recently as associate professor and graduate program director at the School of Nursing, Georgia Southern University (GSU) in Statesboro, GA she was full time at GSU from August 2011 to July 2017 until she resigned to assist her family by caring for her granddaughter on a full time basis.
While caring for her granddaughter during infancy and toddlerhood, Dr. Pritham taught part-time online for GSU from January to may 2018 and has continued her scholarly work by developing manuscripts for journals as well as co editing the fifth edition of women’s Health: A primary care Clinical Guide. She plans t return to academia for the 2019/2020 academic year.