Julie Ward, M.N., R.N., A.P.H.N.-B.C.
I have worked as a nurse in the emergency department, in primary care for the uninsured, and in all stages of health promotion program design and development at local, state, and national levels. With nursing’s breadth of knowledge, experience with people in wellness and in illness, and unique systems savvy, we are essential agents of healthy change, and opportunities are everywhere.
Master of Nursing, Community Health Systems/Occupational & Environmental Health - University of Washington
Bachelor of Science, Nursing - University of Washington
Bachelor of Arts, Spanish - University of Oregon
Oregon Health & Science University (2014 - present): Health Promotion, Chronic Illness I & II, Population Based Care, Epidemiology, Leadership
University of Washington (2010)
UW-NWCOHS Nursing Continuing Education (2009)
Ward, J. A., Beaton, R. D., Bruck, A. M., & de Castro, A. B. (2011). Promoting occupational health nursing training: an educational outreach with a blended model of distance and traditional learning approaches. AAOHN Journal. 59(9), 401-6.
Ward, J. A., de Castro, A. B., Tsai, J. H,-C., Linker, D., Hildahl, L., & Miller, M. E. (2010). An Injury Prevention Strategy for Teen Restaurant Workers: Washington State’s ProSafety Project. AAOHN Journal. 58(2), 57-65.
Ward, J. A., Miller, M. E., Hildahl, L., & de Castro, A. B. (2009, February). Innovative program design: ProSafety school-to-work teen restaurant worker injury prevention. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Prevention Teaching and Research, Los Angeles, CA.