Partnerships & Collaborations

Partner_Collab600X300As an innovative, academic, nursing community, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee College of Nursing faculty, staff, students, and alumni are achieving our vision to be "renowned leaders in creating bold and effective solutions for advancing local, national, and global health" through collaboration. Over nearly 50 years, we have built a strong reputation for successful, longstanding partnerships with fellow nurses and disciplines, health and human service organizations, Wisconsin employers, public and private academic institutions, governmental units and community-based organizations and residents. The College values our many collaborators and invites you to join us in our mission to improve health for all.

Please contact Dean Sally Lundeen at 414-229-4189 or slundeen@uwm.edu to share your interest in doing so.

Aurora Health Care

aurora-health-careAurora Health Care is an integrated not-for-profit health care provider serving communities throughout eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.

  • Walter Schroeder Chair in Nursing

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
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Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is an independent not-for-profit health care system dedicated solely to the health and well-being of children. Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is one of the nation's top pediatric facilities and is designated a Magnet hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, a national honor recognizing nursing excellence.

  • Pediatric Nursing Research Consortium
  • Research Chair in the Nursing of Children

Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin

Clinical and Translational Science Institute of SE WisconsinA $20 million grant was awarded to the Clinical and Translational Science Institute of Southeast Wisconsin, a consortium of eight Milwaukee institutions dedicated to transforming the biomedical research enterprise in southeast Wisconsin to advance patient care and education.
  • Development and Pilot Testing of Patient Decision Aids
  • Parent-Child Interaction in a Motor and Communication Intervention for Toddlers with Down Syndrome

Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin

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Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin combine the strengths of Froedtert Hospital and The Medical College in an academic medical center that delivers advanced medical care.

  • Effects of Family Presence During Resuscitation after Trauma

House of Peace

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The House of Peace has been serving the needy in the heart of Milwaukee's Central City since 1968. As a faith-based organization, the House of Peace serves the community by assisting families and individuals in meeting their spiritual, material, and emotional needs, thereby helping families remain together and promoting self-sufficiency. 

  • House of Peace Community Nursing Center

councilInternational Council of Nurses

Operated by nurses and leading nursing internationally, ICN works to ensure quality nursing care for all and sound health policies globally.  

  • ICN eHealth Programme

Marquette University

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Marquette University is Catholic and Jesuit university in the heart of urban Milwaukee, with almost 8,300 undergraduate and 3,500 graduate and professional students.

  • Efficacy of a m-Health Self-Management Intervention
  • Pediatric Nursing Research Consortium

Silver Spring Neighborhood Center

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Established in 1958, Silver Spring Neighborhood Center is a private, not-for-profit organization committed to strengthening and enriching the Westlawn and neighboring community and its residents by providing comprehensive and collaborative programs and services which community residents identify and are responsive to changing community needs.

  • Silver Spring Community Nursing Center
  • The Westlawn Partnership for a Healthier Environment (CARE)
    Fall 2013 Newsletter

Wisconsin Center for Nursing

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The Wisconsin Center for Nursing engages nurse and healthcare organizations, public and private academic programs, government agencies and related service providers to work together as collaborative partners in an effort to ensure an adequate, competent and diverse nursing workforce for the people of Wisconsin.

  • WCN-RN Survey Analysis