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Julie Nadeau

EdD, MSN, RN, CNE

Associate Professor

Undergraduate Program Chair

Traditional BSN Director

Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) since 2008

 

Nursing Building Office #140

e-mail: nadeau@uiwtx.edu

office phone: (210) 829-3990

  • Educational Degrees

    Doctorate of Education (EdD)

    Walden University, Minneapolis, MN

     

    Master of Science (Nursing)

    California State University, Sacramento

     

    Bachelor of Arts (Nursing)

    Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN

  • Brief Academic and Teaching History

    UIW (since 2002)

    UIW Undergraduate Nursing Program Chair (since 2012)

    UIW Traditional BSN Director (since 2012)

    George Mason University (Adjunct Faculty, 1999-2001)

    Hawaii Pacific University (Adjunct Faculty, 1996-1998)

  • Courses Taught

    Health Promotion & Disease Prevention (BSN)

    Nursing the Childbearing Family (BSN)

    Patient Care Technologies (BSN)

    Curriculum Development in Nursing (MSN/DNP)

    Research I: Analysis & Interpretation (MSN)

     

  • Research Interests

    Nursing Student Success, Latina Student Success, Educational & Curriculum Development, Maternal/Newborn

  • Recent Intellectual Contributions

    Manuscripts

    Nadeau, J. W. (2014). Listening and responding to the voices of Latina prenursing students.   Nursing Education Perspectives, 35, doi: 10.5480/11-594.1.

     

    McNeill, J., Parker, R., Nadeau, J. W., Pelayo, L., & Cook, J. (2012). Developing nurse educator competency in the pedagogy of simulation.  Journal of Nursing Education, 51, doi: 10.3928/01484834-01.

     

    Textbook Chapters

    Nadeau, J. W. (In Press). The postpartum family: Needs and care. In Davidson, London, & Ladewig (Eds.), Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health across the lifespan (11th ed.).

     

    Nadeau, J. W. (In Press). Homecare of the postpartum family. Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health across the lifespan (11th ed.).

     

    Nadeau, J. W. (2016). The postpartum family: Needs and care. In Davidson, London & Ladewig (Eds.), Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health across the lifespan (10th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

     

    Nadeau, J. W. (2016). Homecare of the postpartum family. In Davidson, London & Ladewig (Eds.), Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health across the lifespan (10th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

     

    Nadeau, J. W. (2012). Home care of the postpartum family. In Davidson, London, & Ladewig (Eds.), Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health across the lifespan. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

     

    Nadeau, J. W. (2012). The postpartum family: Needs and care. In Davidson, London, & Ladewig (Eds.), Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health across the lifespan. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

     

    Case Studies

    Nadeau, J. W. (2016). Maternal-newborn decision making case: First trimester bleeding. MyNursingLab for Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health care across the lifespan (10th ed.). Pearson Higher Education. 

     

    Nadeau, J. W. (2016). Maternal-newborn decision making case: Gestational diabetes mellitus. MyNursingLab for Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health care across the lifespan (10th ed.). Pearson Higher Education. 

     

    Nadeau, J. W. (2016). Maternal-newborn decision making case: Postpartum hemorrhage. MyNursingLab for Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health care across the lifespan (10th ed.). Pearson Higher Education. 

     

    Nadeau, J. W. (2016). Maternal-newborn decision making case: Hyperbilirubinemia. MyNursingLab for Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health care across the lifespan (10th ed.). Pearson Higher Education. 

     

    Nadeau, J. W. (2016). Maternal-newborn decision making case: Prematurity. MyNursingLab for Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health care across the lifespan (10th ed.). Pearson Higher Education. 

     

    Nadeau, J. W. (2016). Newborn Nutrition. In Pearson Higher Education (Ed.), MyNursingLab for Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health care across the lifespan (10th ed.). Pearson Higher Education. 

     

    Nadeau, J. W. (2016). Nausea and Vomiting in Pregnancy. MyNursingLab for Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health care across the lifespan (10th ed.).  

     

    Nadeau, J. W. (2016). Labor and Delivery Complications. MyNursingLab for Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health care across the lifespan (10th ed.).  

     

    Nadeau, J. W. (2016). Childbearing Complications: Hypertensive Disorders. MyNursingLab for Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health care across the lifespan (10th ed.).  

     

    Nadeau, J. W. (2016). Psychological Birth Trauma. MyNursingLab for Olds' maternal newborn nursing & women's health care across the lifespan (10th ed.). Pearson Higher Education. 

  • Professional Memberships

     

    Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN)

    Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI)

    Texas Nurses’ Association/American Nurses’ Association (TNA/ANA)

  • Awards and Accomplishments

    2016 - 2020: Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students Grant, Principal Investigator, GOV-Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

     

    2017: American Association of Colleges of Nursing Leadership in Academic Nursing (LANP) Fellow

     

    2017: American Association of Colleges of Nursing Consultant for Holistic Admissions in Academic Nursing

     

    University of the Incarnate Word Faculty Endowment Research Award to support A Pilot Study of the Conflict Management Styles of First Semester Nursing Students Before and After an Educational Intervention (2012)

     

    Medical Center Rotary Nightingale Excellence in Nursing Award (2011)

  • More Info

    Nadeau has been a registered nurse since 1981. After serving for 9 years in the Air Force Nurse Corps, Dr. Nadeau was an adjunct instructor at Hawaii Pacific University and George Mason University before transitioning to UIW in 2002. She has cared for adult medical-surgical patients, mothers, and newborns in acute and home care settings. Areas of interest include maternal-newborn health and lifelong health and wellness.