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Kim Whitmore

Assistant Professor, Marquette University College of Nursing, United States of America

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Kim Whitmore, PhD, RN, CPN has more than 20 years of progressive leadership experience working with communities as a home-care nurse manager, private duty nurse, local Health Officer, Policy Section Chief and State Health Plan Officer for the Wisconsin Division of Public Health, educator and research scientist.  Currently, Dr. Whitmore is an Assistant Professor in the College of Nursing at Marquette University where she helps to cultivate the next generation of nurse leaders who will transform the healthcare system. Her areas of teaching expertise include health policy, leadership, pediatric/family nursing, and community health.  The overall goal of her research program is to inform the development of a care delivery system that promotes family self-management in families of children with special healthcare needs in order to optimize individual and family outcomes and promote health equity.

Dr. Whitmore received an Honors Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science in 2003 and a Master of Science Degree in Nursing with a specialization in Healthcare Systems Leadership in 2007 from Marquette University and a Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Research from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee in 2017.


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