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Juliane Milburn, Ph.D., RN

Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Family and Community Health Nursing


1100 East Leigh Street, Room 3001K
Box 980567
Richmond, VA 23298-0567

Phone: (804) 828-3422
Email: jlmilburn@vcu.edu

TEACHING:

I have 12 years of nursing education experience, both in the undergraduate and graduate level.  I currently teach clinical courses in VCU’s undergraduate nursing program in the areas of women’s health and community health nursing. I have also taught in the areas of health assessment, nursing fundamentals, pharmacology, and leadership/management over the years.

RESEARCH:

My areas of research interest involve community health concerns and obstetric care with an interest in minority populations, particularly the Hispanic population.

  • 2012-2014: Dissertation research, principal investigator: Intrapartum pain management in Hispanic women

SERVICE:

I am currently the faculty advisor for the Leadership Fellows Scholarship Program, as well as a member of the development team for this growing program.  I am also engaged in the Clinical Education Council, the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, and the Council of Community Collaboration within the school of nursing.

EDUCATION

  • ADN-El Camino College, Torrance, CA
    Nursing 
  • MSN-Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
    Family Nurse Practitioner 
  • PhD-University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
    Nursing

 AWARDS:

  • Daisy Award for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty, August 2020.

RESEARCH:

  • 2021-2023: Co-PI, 4-VA grant in collaboration with UVa. Exploring transportation barriers to maternal healthcare among low-income women of color. Rupa Valdez (PI), Fern Hauck (Co-PI), Ishan Williams (Co-PI), Xueming Chen (Co-PI, VCU), Juliane Milburn (Co-PI, VCU), Courtney Rogers (GRA), Sarah Shaughnessy (Virginia Department of Health), and Jenise Swall (Other collaborator, VCU)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

  • March 2018 “Intrapartum Pain Management in Hispanic Women.”  Podium presentation at the AWHONN Virginia Jefferson Chapter Spring meeting in Charlottesville, VA.

  

 

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