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Eugenie Hildebrandt, PhD, RN

Eugenie Hildebrandt, PhD, RN

Associate Professor Emerita

Dr. Hildebrandt retired in 2010 and continues to publish in her area of research, the health and well being of vulnerable community populations. She has expertise in community health, health policy, and qualitative research.

Education

Ph D Nursing, University of the Witwatersrand
MSN Nursing, University of Wisconsin-Madison
BSN Nursing, George Mason University
Other Nursing, Columbia Hospital School of Nursing

Awards & Honors

Abstract Citation Award
Midwest Nursing Research Society
2008

Outstanding Achievement in Research Award
College of Nursing, Univeristy of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
2008

President's Volunteer Service Gold Award
President's Council
2007

Current Research

3R01HD005496 - 03S2 American Recovery Act
Collaborators: Hildebrandt, Eugenie F; Keigher, Sharon M; Stevens, Patricia

Contracts & Grants

  1. Longitudinal Narrative Study of Women Who Were Unsuccessful in Work-based Welfare
    Awarding/Sponsoring Organization: National Institute of Health, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
    Investigators: Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  Patricia Stevens,  Sharon M Keigher

Intellectual Contributions

  1. Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  S Kelber,  (2012) TANF Over Time: The Tale of Three Studies, Policy Politics & Nursing Practice, (13(3)), 130-141
  2. Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  Sandra L Ford,  (2010) Justice and Impoverished Women: The Ethical Immplications of work-Based Welfare, Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice, 10(4), 295-302
  3. Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  Patricia Stevens,  (2009) Impoverished Women with Children and No Welfare Benefits: The Urgency of Researching Failures of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program, American Journal of Public Health, 99(5), 793-801
  4. Patricia Stevens,  Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  (2009) Pill-taking from the perspective of HIV-infected women who are vulnerable to antiretroviral treatment failure, Qualitative Health Research, 19(5), 593-604
  5. Patricia Taylor-Young,  Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  (2009) The Multidimensional Burden of Hepatitis C and its Treatment: A Case Study, Gastroenterology Nursing, 32(3), 180-187
  6. Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  Patricia Stevens,  (2008) Citation award MNRS abstract: Perspectives of HIV infected women who have significant adherence difficulties, Western Journal of Nursing Research, 30(1), 149
  7. Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  Patricia Stevens,  (2008) Perspectives of HIV-Infected Women Who Have Significant Adherence Difficulties, Western Journal of Nursing Research, 30(1), 149
  8. Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  C Persily,  (2008) The Theory of Community Empowerment., Middle Range Theory for Nurses 2nd Ed.
  9. Patricia Stevens,  Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  (2007) A Diagnosis of HIV Infection Evoked Strong and Long Lasting Emotional Reactions in Women, Evidence Based Nursing, 10(3), 95
  10. Patricia Stevens,  Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  (2006) Life Changing Words: Women's Responses to Being Diagnosed with HIV Infection., Advances in Nursing Science, 29(3), 207-221
  11. Eugenie F Hildebrandt, (2006) Women Who Did Not Suceed in the Work-Based Welfare Program, Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice, 7(1), 23-34
  12. Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  Mary Jo Baisch,  Sally P Lundeen,  Jean Bell-Calvin,  Sheryl Kelber,  (2003) Eleven years of primary health care delivery in an academic nursing center., Journal of Professional Nursing, 19(5), 279-288

Presentations

  1. The Link Between Health Disparities and Poverty
    Event: Sigma Theta Tau 40th Biennial Convention
    Presenters: Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  Patricia Stevens,  S. Keigher,  S. Ford,  S. FordPowell
    November 4, 2009
  2. Public Health and Work-Based Welfare: Potential Partnership for Reducing Health Disparities
    Event: Academy Health Research Meeting
    Presenter: Eugenie F Hildebrandt
    June 30, 2009
  3. Data Longitudinal study of women who failed and were failed by welfare
    Event: Bureau of Wisconsin Works, Divison of Family Supports
    Presenter: Eugenie F Hildebrandt
    July 2008
  4. The Tale of Three Studies: The Ethics of Requiring Impoverished Women to Work Themselves out of Poverty
    Event: International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry
    Presenter: Eugenie F Hildebrandt
    May 17, 2008
  5. Women's Health, Socio-cultural, and Occupational Experiences in Work-Based Welfare
    Event: 32nd Annual Research Conference of the Midwest Nursing Research Society
    Presenter: Eugenie F Hildebrandt
    March 31, 2008
  6. Longitudinal changes in Knowledge, Behavior, and Health Status of Community Nursing Center Clients
    Event: 21st Century Solution to Eliminating Health Disparities
    Presenters: Mary Jo Baisch,  Sally P Lundeen,  Eugenie F Hildebrandt
    October 10, 2007
  7. Mothers Who Did Not Suceed in Work-Based Welfare
    Event: 8th International Family Nursing Conference
    Presenters: Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  Chavalee Boonto
    June 7, 2007
  8. Women Who Did Not Suceed in Work-Based Welfare
    Event: 31st Annual Research Conference of the Midwest Nursing Research Society
    Presenters: Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  C. Boonto
    March 26, 2007
  9. Perspectives of HIV Infected Women Who Have Significant Adherence Difficulties
    Event: Advancement of Nursing Science Meeting, American Academy of Nursing
    Presenters: Patricia Stevens,  Eugenie F Hildebrandt
    October 2006
  10. The Discovery of Being HIV Positive and the Role of Health Care Providers at this Critical Time
    Event: Optimizing Global Health through Nursing Science
    Presenter: Eugenie F Hildebrandt
    October 29, 2006
  11. HIV-Infected Women Who have Significant Adherence Difficulties
    Event: State of the Science Conference in Nursing Research
    Presenters: Eugenie F Hildebrandt,  Patricia Stevens
    October 14, 2006
  12. Longitudinal changes in Knowledge, Behavior, and Health Status of Community Nursing Center Clients
    Event: National Nursing Centers Consortium
    Presenters: Mary Jo Baisch,  Sally P Lundeen,  Eugenie F Hildebrandt
    October 10, 2006