Linda L. Lindeke, PhD, RN, CNP, FAAN

Associate Professor Emeritus, School of Nursing

Linda L. Lindeke

Contact Info

linde001@umn.edu

Office Address:
6-125B Weaver-Densford Hall

Mailing Address:
School of Nursing
University of Minnesota
5-140 Weaver-Densford Hall
308 Harvard Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Doctoral Degree, University of Minnesota (Educational Administration), 1993

Masters Degree, University of Minnesota (Public Health Nursing), 1978

Bachelors Degree, University of Alberta (Nursing), 1971

RN, University of Alberta, Hospital School of Nursing, 1969

PNP, University of Minnesota (Pediatric Nurse Practitioner), 1978

Public Health Nurse, State of Minnesota

Summary

Awards & Recognition

  • Certificate in Reviewing Excellence, Elsevier/Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 2014
  • Loretta C. Ford Distinguished Fellow Award, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP), 2014
  • Induction as Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing, 2010
  • American Association of Nurse Practitioners: National NP Nurse Practitioner Advocate State Award for Excellence, 2010
  • Nurse Educator of 2008, Minnesota Nurses Association, 2008
  • Research article of the year, MCN, The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 2006
  • Excellence in Teaching Award. School of Nursing Alumni Association, 2005
  • Outstanding Program Volunteer. Greater Twin Cities Division, March of Dimes, Minneapolis MN, 2004
  • E. Louise Grant Award for Nursing Excellence. University of Minnesota School of Nursing, 2003
  • Densford Award for Nursing Research. Minnesota Nurses Association Foundation, 2001
  • President's Award. Minnesota Chapter of National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates and Practitioners, 2000
  • Technology Enhanced Learning Innovation Award, University of Minnesota, 1999
  • Public Service Award, School of Nursing, University of Minnesota, 1999
  • President’s Award, Minnesota Chapter of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates and Practitioners, 1998
  • Nurse Research Award, Minnesota Nurses Association, 1997
  • Writer of the Year Award for Article on Job-sharing for Nurse Practitioners. Pediatric Nursing, 1986
  • Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Recognition Award, Minnesota Chapter of National Association of Pediatric Nurse Associates and Practitioners, 1987
  • Award for Medical Nursing, University of Alberta Hospital, 1969

Professional Associations

Research

Research Summary/Interests

High-risk infants: school-age outcomes of adverse events; Advance practice nurse roles, strategies and policies; Children’s perceptions of their healthcare experiences

Research Funding Grants

Selected Research and Education Grants:

Title of Project: Study of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Programs: A Dual Track for Acute Care and Primary Care
Funding Agency: NCSBN Center for Regulatory Excellence
Role:L LindekeCo-I

Title of Project: Center for Nursing Education: Children with Special Health Needs

Funding Agency: Maternal-Child Health Bureau.

Role: Core Faculty: L. Lindeke

Project Dates: 2008-2014

Title of Project: MN Emergency Readiness Education & Training (MERET)
Funding Agency: DHHS/HRSA
Role: Content Expert
Project Dates: 10/1/05-9/30/08

Title of Project: Service Use and Outcomes of Prematurity at Adolescence
Funding Agency: Minnesota NAPNAP Chapter
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 9/05-9/08

Title of Project: Barriers to Practice of Rural Nurse Practitioners: Phase III
Funding Agency: Minnesota Department of Health via the Collaborative Rural Nurse Practitioner Project
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 10/03-12/31/03

Title of Project: Survey of Children's Satisfaction with Health Care
Funding Agency: Katharine J. Densford International Center for Nursing Leadership
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 7/01-9/03

Title of Project: Five Year Follow-up of Barriers to Advanced Practice Nursing in Minnesota
Funding Agency: Minnesota Nurses Association Foundation
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 7/01-12/02

Title of Project: Health, Growth & Use of Community Services in NICU Graduates at School Age
Funding Agency: Minnesota Nurses Association Foundation
Role: Principal Investigator
Project Dates: 3/99-2/00

Title of Project: Roles of Perinatal Adversity and Subsequent Stress Reactivity on Cortico-Limbic Functioning in NICU Survivors
Funding Agency: Dept of Pediatrics & Child Development Institute, U Minnesota
Role: Co-Investigator
Project Dates: 1/99

Title of Project: Center for Nursing Education: Children/Special Health Needs
Funding Agency: Maternal and Child Health Bureau, HRSA
Role: Faculty
Project Dates: 7/98-6/08

Publications

Clinically-Based Articles In Refereed Journals:

  • Brooke, H., Hiltz, C., Kopplin, V. & Lindeke, L. (2015). Increasing epilepsy awareness in schools: A Seizure Smart Schools Project. The Journal of School Nursing, 31, 253-260.
  • Lindeke, L. (2015). A call to action for care coordination research and pediatric implementation science. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 29(5), 474-477.
  • Cady, R., Looman, W., Lindeke, L., LaPlante, B., Lundeen, B., Seeley, A. & Kautto, M. (2015). Pediatric care coordination: Lessons learned and future priorities. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 20(3), 1-14.
  • Camicia, M., Chamberlain, B., Finnie, R. R., Nalle, M., Lindeke, L. L., Lorenz, L., Hain, D., Haney, K. D., Campbell-Heider, N., Pecenka-Johnson, K., Jones, T., Parker-Guyton, N., Brydges, G., Briggs, W. T., Cisco, M. C., Haney, C., McMenamin, P. (2013). The value of nursing care coordination: A white paper of the American Nurses Association. Nursing Outlook, 61(6), 490-501.
  • Chesney, M. & Lindeke, L. (2012). Accountable care organizations: Advocating for children and PNPs within new models of care. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 26, 312-316.
  • Berg, M., Hawkins-Walsh, E., Gaylord, N., Lindeke, L., & Docherty, S. (2011). Emerging issues regarding pediatric nurse practitioner education in acute and primary care. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 25, 62-66.
  • Hawkins-Walsh, E., Berg, Docherty, S., Lindeke, L., Gaylord, N &. Osborn, K. (2011). A national survey of the primary and acute care pediatric nurse practitioner educational preparation. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 25, 5-15.
  • Lindeke, L., Anderson, S.,Chesney, M. & O’Conner-Von, S. (2010). Family-Centered Health Care/Medical Home: APN Role in Shaping New Care Models. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 24, 413-416.
  • Lindeke, L. (2010). The SOPP and the Coalition for Patients’ Rights: Implications of continuing interprofessional tension for PNPs. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 24, 62-65.
  • Lindeke, L. (2010). Interprofessional tensions: The Scope of Practice Partnership and Coalition for Patients’ Rights.Alternative Therapies, 16, 13.
  • Olson, D., Scheller, A., Larson, S. Lindeke, L., Edwardson, S. (2010). Gaming Simulation for the Evaluation of Bioterrorism and Emergency Readiness Education. Public Health Reports, 125, 468-477.
  • Lindeke, L. (2009). “Value” in challenging times. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 23, (3),17A , 18A.
  • Lindeke, L. (2009). NAPNAP’s responsibility to military children and families. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 23, 13A, 14A.
  • Lindeke, L. (2009). Book review: Evidence-based practice in nursing and healthcare. International Journal of Nursing in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. (In press)
  • O’Conner-Von, S., Looman, W., Lindeke, L., Garwick, A. & Leonard, B. (2009). Preparing pediatric nurse leaders for practice. Nursing Administrative Quarterly, 33, 73-77.
  • Lindeke, L., Fulkerson, J., Chesney, M., Johnson, L. & Savik, K. (2009). Children’s perceptions of healthcare survey.Nursing Administration Quarterly, 33, 26-31.
  • Lindeke, L. (2008). Grounded in the past, embracing the present, confident in the future. Journal of Pediatric Health Care,22, 19A, 20A.
  • Lindeke, L. (2008). Images of unity. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 22, 5. 23A, 24A.
  • Lindeke, L. (2008). NAPNAP unity: Past, present and future. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 22, 17A, 18A.
  • Looman, W., O’Conner-Von, S. & Lindeke, L. (2008). Caring for children with special health care needs and their families: What advanced practice nurses need to know. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 4, 512-517.
  • Looman, W. & Lindeke, L. (2008). Children and youth with special health care needs: Partnering with families for effective advocacy. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 22, 134-136.
  • Neal, D. & Lindeke, L. (2008). Music as a nursing intervention for preterm infants in the NICU. Neonatal Network: The Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 27, 319-327.
  • Jukkala, A, Henly, S. & Lindeke, L. (2008). Rural hospital preparedness for neonatal resuscitation. The Journal of Rural Health, 24, 435-440.
  • Jukkala, A., Henly, S. & Lindeke, L. (2008). Rural perceptions of continuing professional education. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing. 39. 1-9.
  • Lindeke, L., Johnson, L. & Nakai, M. (2006). Children’s Perspectives of Hospitalization. MCN, the American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 31, 290-297.
  • Chevalier, C., Steinberg, S. & Lindeke, L. (2006). Perceptions of barriers to psychiatric-mental health CSN practice. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 27, 253-263
  • Lindeke, L. (2006). Advanced Practice Nursing. The Nurse Practitioner Journal, (2), 133.
  • Lindeke, L., Sieckert, A. & Heiman, M. (2005). Supporting graduate nursing students through mentoring, advising and precepting. In Rauckhorst, L.(Editor). Mentoring: Ensuring the Future of NP Practice and Education. . National Organization of Nurse Practitioners: Washington DC. P. 37-41.
  • Miller, M., Snyder, M. & Lindeke, L. (2005).Nurse practitioners: Past, present and future challenges. Clinical Excellence for Nurse Practitioners, 9, 162-7.
  • Looman, W. & Lindeke, L. (2005). Health and social context: Social capital’s utility as a construct for nursing and health promotion. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 19, 90-94.
  • Chesney, M., Lindeke, L., Johnson, L., Jukkala, A. & Lynch, S. (2005). Comparison of child and parent satisfaction ratings of ambulatory pediatric sub-specialty care. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 19, 221-229
  • Lindeke, L. & Sieckert, A. (2005). Nurse-physician workplace collaboration. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 10, 1-9. DOI:10.3912/OJIN.Vol10No01Man04
  • Lindeke, L. & Jukkala, A. (2005). Barriers to rural nurse practitioner practice: One state’s story. The American Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 9, 11-18.
  • Lindeke, L., Tanner, M. & Jukkala, A. (2005). Barriers to advanced practice nursing in rural settings. The Journal of Rural Health, 21, 178-181.
  • Lindeke, L., Grabau, A. & Jukkala, A.(2004). Rural NP perceptions of barriers to practice. The Nurse Practitioner Journal, 29, 50,51.
  • Lindeke, L. (2004). Creating your dream job in your chosen community. The American Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 8, (7), 67-68.
  • Lindeke, L., Leonard, B., Presler, B. & Garwick, A. (2002). Family-centered care coordination for children with special needs across multiple settings. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 16, 290-297.
  • Lindeke, L., Rogers, S. & Finley, L. (2002). An update on growth charts, old and new. Pediatric Nursing, 28(2), 138-41.
  • Lindeke, L., Stanley, J., Else, B., & Mills, M. (2002). Perinatal predictors of special services use at school age. MCN The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 27(1), 41-46.
  • Curtis, W.J., Lindeke, L., Georgieff, M. & Nelson, C. (2002). Neurobehavioral functioning in neonatal intensive care unit graduates in late childhood and early adolescence. Brain, 125, 1646-1659
  • Jackson, P., Kennedy, C., Sadler, L., Kenny, K. Lindeke, L., Sperhac, A., & Hawkins-Walsh. (2001). Professional practice of pediatric nurse practitioners: Implications for education and training of PNPs. Journal of Pediatric Health Care 15(6), 291-298.
  • Lindeke, L., Krajicek, M., & Patterson, D. (2001). Pediatric nurse practitioner roles and interventions with children with special needs & their families. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 15, 138-143.
  • Kaas, M., Block, D., Avery, M., Lindeke, L., Kubik, M., Duckett, L., & Vellenga, B. (2001). Technology enhanced distance education: From experimentation to concerted action. Journal of Professional Nursing, 17, 135-140.
  • Block, D., Crouse, B., Elliot, B. Lindeke, L., Ludwig, D., Mareck, D., Mueller, C., Swentko, W., & Uden, D. (2000). Development of rural interdisciplinary case studies: Experience of the Minnesota Rural Health School. National Academies of Practice Forum, 2, 21-28.
  • Lindeke, L., Hauck, M. & Tanner, M. (2000). Practical issues in obtaining child assent for research. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 15, 99-104.
  • Lindeke, L., Ernst, L., Propes, B., Edwardson, S., Lepinski, P. Ardito, S. & Plotnikoff, G. (1999). A model of interdisciplinary education for inner-city health care. National Academies of Practice Folrum, 1, 95-98.
  • Lindeke, L.,. & Block, D. (1998). Maintaining professional integrity in the midst of interdisciplinary collaboration. Nursing Outlook, 46, 213-218.
  • Lindeke, L., & Iverson, S. (1986). Job sharing: An employment alternative for nurse practitioners. Pediatric Nursing, 12, 101-104.

Clinically-Based Articles In Non-Refereed Journals

  • Chesney, M. & Lindeke, L. (2010). Nursing roles essential for improving health care quality. Minnesota Health Care News.
  • Lindeke, L. (2007). Where to go to be in the know. Advance for Nurse Practitioners, 15, (9), 18.
  • Lindeke, L. (2007). Getting paid for what you do. Advance for Nurse Practitioners,15 (5), 26.
  • Lindeke, L. (2007). Playing by the rule book. Advance for Nurse Practitioners,15 (3), 17.
  • Lindeke, L. (2006). The key to payment: DPT. Advance for Nurse Practitioners, 14(11), 18.
  • Lindeke, L. (2006). An action plan for coding. Advance for Nurse Practitioners(8), 21.
  • Lindeke, L. (2006). RBRVS and your salary package. Advance for Nurse Practitioners, 14(5), 25.
  • Lindeke, L. (2006). A reimbursement action plan. Advance for Nurse Practitioners,14 (2), 18, 19.
  • Lindeke, L. (2003). In harm’s way: Toxic threats to child development. Nursing news, 9(4), 7.
  • Lindeke, L., & Block, D. (2001). Interdisciplinary collaboration in the 21st century. Minnesota Medicine, 84(6), 42-45.
  • Mills, M., Lindeke, L., Iverson, S. & Neis, K. (1995). Neonatal intensive care follow-up clinic. MinnesotaChapter ONLINE, September, 8-9.

Book Chapters

  • Young, P. & Lindeke, L. (2016). Healthcare Needs for the 21st Century. In S. Denham, S.
    Eggenberger, P. Young & K. Krumwiede (Eds.). “Think Family” and Transform Nursing Practice. Philadelphia: FA Davis.
  • Lindeke, L., Avery, M., White, K. (2015). Overview of Advanced Practice Nursing. In M. Mirr & K. Blair (Eds). Advanced practice nursing: Core concepts for professional role development. (5th ed.). New York NY: Springer. 3-26.
  • Friedrich, C. & Lindeke, L. (2015). Reimbursement realities. In M. Mirr & K. Blair (Eds).
    Advanced practice nursing: Core concepts for professional role development. (5th ed.). New York NY: Springer. 209-230.
  • Block, D. & Lindeke, L. (2013). Intersecting civic engagement with distance education. In H
  • Fitzgerald & J. Primavera (Eds). East Lansing MI: Michigan State Press and National Collaborative
  • for the Study for Community Engagement. 71-82.
  • Lindeke L., Presler E., & Hackett-Hunter, P. (2012). Module 2, Building Patient/Family Centered Care Coordination through Ongoing Delivery System Design. In Antonelli R.C. et al, Pediatric Care Coordination Curriculum, Children’s Hospital Boston, 2012. Supported by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB supplemental grant (U40MC00149) by MCHB, through a cooperative agreement with Family Voices.
  • Lindeke, L. & Disch, J. (2011). Advanced practice registered nurses. In Feldman, H. (Ed.) Nursing Leadership: A Concise Encyclopedia. (2nd ed.). New York NY: Springer Publishing.
  • Lindeke, L. Zwygart-Stauffacher, M., Avery, M. & Fagerland, K. (2010). Overview of Advanced Practice Nursing.. In M. Mirr & M. Zwygart-Stauffacher (Ed.), Advanced practice nursing: Core concepts for professional role development. (4th ed.). New York NY: Springer Publishing. 3-30.
  • Lindeke, L. (2010). Reimbursement realities for APNs. In M. Mirr & M. Zwygart-Stauffacher (Ed.), Advanced practice nursing: Core concepts for professional role development. (4th ed.). New York NY: Springer Publishing.181-205.
  • Lindeke, L & Looman, W. (2009). Systems of care for children with chronic conditions. In Jackson Allen, P. Vessey, J. & Shapiro, N. Primary Care of the Child with a Chronic Condition. Philadelphia: Elsevier.131-141.
  • Lindeke, L. (2009). Susie’s story. In Sherman, D. (ed). Final Moments: Reflections on Death and Dying. New York NY: Kaplan Publishing, 199-200.
  • Disch, J. & Lindeke, L. (2008).Advanced practice registered nurses. In Feldman, H. et al (eds.) Encyclopedia of Nursing Leadership. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.
  • Lindeke, L.. (2006). Reimbursement realities for APNs. In M. Mirr & M. Zwygart-Stauffacher (Ed.), Advanced practice nursing: Core concepts for professional role development. (3rd ed.). New York NY: Springer Publishing. 121-143.
  • Lindeke, L. Zwygart-Stauffacher, M., Avery, M. & Fagerland, K. (2006). Overview of Advanced Practice Nursing.. In M. Mirr & M. Zwygart-Stauffacher (Ed.), Advanced practice nursing: Core concepts for professional role development. (3rd ed.). New York NY: Springer Publishing. 3-26.
  • Mirr, M. & Lindeke, L. (1999). Professional issues: Licensure and certification, prescriptive privileges, and reimbursement. In M. Snyder & M. Mirr (Ed.), Advanced practice nursing: A guide to professional development. (2nd ed.). New York NY: Springer Publishing. 37-56.
  • Snyder, M., Mirr, M. & Lindeke, L., Fagerlund, K., Avery, M. & Tseng, Y. (1999). Advanced practice nursing: An overview. In M. Snyder & M. Mirr (Eds.), Advanced practice nursing: A guide to professional development. (2nded.). New York NY: Springer Publishing Company. 1-24.
  • Zwygart-Stauffacher, M. & Lindeke, L. (1999). Settings for practice: Working within a changing health care system. In M. Snyder & M. Mirr (Eds.), Advanced practice nursing: A guide to professional development. (2nd ed.). New York NY: Springer Publishing Company. 57-76.

Reviews and Monographs

  • Lindeke, L. & Jukkala, A. (2003). Rural nurse practitioner practice in Minnesota: Barriers and strategies for success. Minneapolis MN: Collaborative Rural Nurse Practitioner Project. (Monograph)
  • Lindeke, L. (1997). The nurse practitioner perspective. In Primary care pediatrics in an era of managed care: Where are we headed? Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Health, University of Minnesota.

Research Abstracts and Posters

  • Lindeke, L. & Chesney, M. (2012). Point Counterpoint: Is the DNP Degree Research? American Association of Colleges of Nursing Doctoral Conference (Poster).
  • Lindeke, L & Chesney, M. (2011). PhD/DNP Joint Degrees: Issues & Opportunities. American Association of Colleges of Nursing Doctoral Conference (Poster).
  • Lindeke, L. & Lindeke, M. (2011). Promoting Family Resiliency through Community-based Interventions Following Premature Birth. International Family Nursing Conference, Japan. (Poster)
  • Chesney, M., Lindeke, L., Johnson, L. Jukkala, A. & Lynch, S. (2005). Comparison of child and parental perceptions of ambulatory pediatric care. Midwest Nursing Research Society. (Poster)
  • Lindeke, L., Johnson, L., (2005). Children’s Satisfaction with healthcare. National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. Phoenix AZ. (Poster)
  • Lindeke, L., Curtis, J., Georgieff, M. & Savik, K. (2001). Prematurity, risk factors, and school age outcomes. Society for Research in Child Development International Conference Proceedings.
  • Curtis, J., Lindeke, L., & Georgieff, M. (2001). Executive functioning in children with histories of prematurity. Society for Research in Child Development International Conference Proceedings.
  • Lindeke, L. (1989). Ongoing studies in high risk and low birthweight infant follow-up. Abstracts of Current Primary Care Research. Washington: National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties.
  • Lindeke, L. & Block, D. (1997). Maintaining integrity in the midst of interdisciplinary collaboration. Proceedings of Eighth Annual International Critical and Feminist Perspectives in Nursing, 223-232.
  • Lindeke, L. (1997). Growth, development, behavior, and cognitive outcomes of six to eight year old children following neonatal intensive care. Proceedings of Sigma Theta Tau 9th International Nursing Research Congress, 224.

Electronic/Media Products

  • Lindeke, L., Presler, E. Hackett-Hunter, P. (2014). Module 1. Building Patient/Family-Centered Care Coordination through Ongoing Delivery System Design. In Antonelli RC, Browning DM, Hackett-Hunter P, McAllister J, Risko W. Pediatric Care Coordination Curriculum, Boston Children’s Hospital. 
  • Lindeke, L. (2013). Family Nursing Practice. International Family Nursing Association.
  • Lindeke, L. (2012). What is team-based care? Produced by the American Academy of Pediatrics, Chicago IL.
  • Lindeke, L. (2012). How can providers make patients feel comfortable when receiving care? American Academy of Pediatrics.
  • Lindeke, L. (2012). What does care coordination look like? Academy of Pediatrics.
  • Lindeke, L. (2010). The Emerging Role of Nurse Practitioners in Expanding Access, Enhancing Revenue. Health Intelligence Network. Nationally broadcast webinar.
  • Lindeke, L. (2010). Fully-utilized Nursing Workforce Essential for Health Care Quality
  • Medical Home News, V. 3,No. 4, p. 1 & 5, 6.
  • Lindeke, L. (2008). Newborn care in non-hospital settings. Online module for Minnesota Emergency Readiness Education and Training project (MERET), University of Minnesota.
  • Lindeke, L. (2007). Bright Futures: Nurses’ roles. Video created by the American Academy of Pediatrics, filmed in San Francisco for national distribution to disseminate new edition of health professional education resource manual for pediatric care.
  • Lindeke, L. (2007). Pediatric emergency preparedness: Issues and roles. Online module for Minnesota Emergency Readiness Education and Training project (MERET), University of Minnesota.
  • Lindeke, L. (2005). Health condition fact sheets. Online data base for public and professional access; general information about 46 serious birth defects that are tracked by the Minnesota Department of Health Birth Defects Tracking Program.
  • Lindeke, L. (2003). Physical assessment of children. Series of 3 videotapes produced in Japan and commercially distributed. Consultant and content advisor for this project.
  • Lindeke, L. (2001). Evidence-based nursing. Internet Module. Funded by the University of Minnesota Academic Health Center.
  • Lindeke, L. (1998). Creating your dream job in your chosen community. Internet Module. Funded by Minnesota Rural Collaborative Nurse Practitioner Project.
  • Lindeke, L. (1998). Reimbursement realities for advanced practice nurses. Internet Module. Funded by the Minnesota Rural Collaborative Nurse Practitioner Project.
  • Lindeke, L. (1993). Denver Developmental Screening Test Demonstration Video. College of St. Catherine, St. Paul MN.

Clinical

Board Certifications

PNP, 1978, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, University of Minnesota

Public Health Nurse, State of Minnesota