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Sally Lundeen PhD, RN, FAAN

Sally Lundeen is passionate about professional nursing and improving the health status of vulnerable urban populations. She has focused her entire professional career on the implementation and evaluation of community based nursing practice models in vulnerable urban communities.

Her appointment as a faculty member at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) moved this work into the academic nursing center arena. At UWM, she has founded and supervised the development of four community nursing centers and was the founder and first director of the UWM Institute for Urban Health Partnerships. She was appointed dean of the school in 2001.

Dr. Lundeen has been the recipient of numerous awards for her pioneering leadership of the nurse-managed health center movement. She was recently elected first board chair of the newly-established Wisconsin Center for Nursing.

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Picture from Nursing: A Time for Caring, Collaboration and Leadership video
May 11 2007