Sally Lundeen, PhD, RN, FAAN
Cunningham Hall 767A
Before joining the University of Milwaukee faculty in 1985, Dr. Lundeen served as Executive Director of Erie Family Health Center, a federally funded community health center in Chicago for eight years. Early in her career she provided community based mental health services to several communities in Chicago, was founder and co-owner of a family counseling center and served as a graduate faculty member at UIC. She was appointed Interim Dean to the UWM College of Nursing in 1998 and Dean in 2001.
Her areas of research and expertise include Community Nursing Centers, Health Disparities, Primary Health Care, Nursing Workforce, Health Policy, and Academic/Community Partnerships. She is recognized nationally and internationally for her early and sustained leadership in the development and testing of community based nursing models of care (community nursing centers, nurse managed health centers) and implementing electronic clinical information systems to document the impact of nursing care on health outcomes.