Allison Grady, MSN, PPNP-BC

Allison Grady, MSN, PPNP-BC
Clinical Instructor
gradya@uwm.eduCunningham Hall 580
Clinical Instructor

I teach clinical rotations at the master’s and undergraduate levels at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin (CHW). When I am not teaching, I work as a pediatric oncology nurse practitioner at CHW. My current research and extra-clinical interests include bioethics and public health advocacy for pediatric patients.

Education:

2003, BA in Religion and Government, Smith College; 2011 Masters of Science, Nursing, Yale University

Awards & Honors:

Runner-up for Advanced Practice Nurse of the Year for Wisconsin Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (Regional NAPNAP chapter), 2019; End-of-Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC), Preparing Oncology Advanced Practice Nurses as Generalists in Palliative Care, NCI Funded Training, 2018; Outstanding Medical Educator, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2015; Robert Wood Johnson New Careers in Nursing Scholarship, 2008-2009

Intellectual Contributions:

Grady AL. Pediatric Celiac Disease. In: Neal-Boylan L. Clinical Case Studies for the Family Nurse Practitioner. 2nd Edition. Ames, IA: Wiley Blackwell; In press.

Grady AL. Pediatric Food Allergy. In: Neal-Boylan L. Clinical Case Studies for the Family Nurse Practitioner. 2nd Edition. Ames, IA: Wiley Blackwell; In press.

Yearwood EL, Grady A. Non-pharmacological treatment modalities: Play and group therapies. In: Yearwood EL ed. Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health, 2nd edition. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons, Inc; In press.

Grady A ed. Pediatric Nursing Made Incredibly Easy, 3rd edition. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Publishing; In press. (Editor for Chapter on Hematology, Oncology and Middle Childhood and Adolescence).

Grady A. Functional constipation in pediatrics. In: Meadows-Oliver M editor. Pediatric Practice Guidelines. New York: Springer Publishing; In press.

Grady A. Urinary tract infection in pediatrics. In: Meadows-Oliver M editor. Pediatric Practice Guidelines. New York: Springer Publishing; In press.

Grady A. Hypospadias in pediatrics. In: Meadows-Oliver M editor. Pediatric Practice Guidelines. New York: Springer Publishing; In press.

Presentations:

Social Media and Nursing Professionalism, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners National Conference, New Orleans, March 2019

Social Media and Nursing Professionalism: Part 2, Nursing Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, November 2018

Social Media and Medical Professionalism, Invited Speaker to UW-Madison Doctoral Nursing Students, October 2017

Social Media and Medical Professionalism, Nursing Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, May 2017

Moral Distress, Pediatric Resident Noon Conference, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, April 2016

Religion and Pediatric End-of-Life Decision Making, Conference on Medicine and Religion, March 2016

Religion and Pediatric End-of-Life Decision Making, Ethics Grand Rounds, March 2016

Pediatric Oncology for the Primary Care Provider, Quinnipiac University, February 2014