Julie Ellis, PhD, RN, GCNS-BC
Dr. Ellis joined the faculty of the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (UWM) College of Nursing in 2015 She was previously on the faculty of Columbia College of Nursing. Dr. Ellis is a certified Gerontological Clinical Nurse Specialist. Prior to teaching, she held roles in long term care and health system leadership. She has served on the Wisconsin Board of Nursing.
She has taught courses on cultural diversity in health care, nursing leadership and gerontological nursing and end of life care. Her area of research focuses on health improvement in African American older adults in central city churches.
PhD Nursing UW-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI
120 African American low-income women, community-dwelling with chronic disease. Studying the relationship between medical mistrust, caregiver role strain and medication regimen and medication self-management behaviors with self-efficacy and goal congruence as mediators
Julie Ellis, Christine Kovach
Julie Ellis, Murad H Taani
The meaning of medication self-management to African American older women
Qualitative interviews Content Analysis