Margaret Brethauer

Margaret Brethauer, Clinical Associate Professor

Clinical Associate Professor

 Email: margaretmeg.brethauer@columbia-stmarys.org



Areas of Expertise

  • Nursing Professional Development
  • Maternal Child Nursing
  • Qualitative Research
  • Health Promotion



Professional Certifications

  • ANCC - Nursing Professional Development



Education

Degree Held School Attended Location (City, State)
MSN Cardinal Stritch University Milwaukee, WI
BSN Marquette University Milwaukee, WI
ADN Indiana University Southeast New Albany, Indiana



Professional Affiliations 

Organization Website
American Nursing Professional Development (ANPD) www.ANPD.org
American Nurses Association (ANA) www.ANA.org
nursingworld.org/
American Heart Association www.AHAInstructorNetwork.org

 

Areas of Research

The lived and educational experience of mothers having an infant with neonatal jaundice.

 

Recent Publications

Brethauer, M., & Carey, L. (2010). Maternal experience of neonatal jaundice. MCN, The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 35(1), 8-14.

  

Recent Presentations 

FIFTHEEN ANNUAL BUILDING BRIDGES TO RESEARCH BASED ON NURSING PRACTICE: Milwaukee, WI Poster Presentation. Clinical Inquiry Council. Igniting the Spirit of Inquiry at ProHealth Care. May, 2013

FOURTEENTH ANNUAL BUILDING BRIDGES TO RESEARCH BASED ON NURSING PRACTICE: Milwaukee, WI Poster Presentation.
The Road to Excellence: Evidence Based Nursing Service Orientation: Review of the Literature. Author citing. May, 2012

PEDIATRIC CONFERENCE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF WISCONSIN, Brookfield, WI Poster Presentation: The Lived and Education Experience of Mothers having an Infant with Neonatal Jaundice. November, 2011

HEALTH CARE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (HCEA) NATIONAL CONFERENCE, Phoenix, AZ Poster Presentation: The Lived and Education Experience of Mothers having an Infant with Neonatal Jaundice.  July, 2008

TENTH ANNUAL BUILDING BRIDGES TO RESEARCH BASED ON NURSING PRACTICE: Milwaukee, WI Poster Presentation. The Lived and Education Experience of Mothers having an Infant with Neonatal Jaundice.  May, 2008

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