Julianne Nemes Walsh, RN, M.S., PNP-BC
Cushing Hall 334G
- M.S.N. - Boston College
- B.S.N. - Salem State University
Global development of nurse practitioner role, pediatric primary care nurse practitioner practice development, adolescent mental health
Julianne has kept close ties to Boston College since receiving her master's degree in nursing from the University. She has been an adjunct clinical instructor, a part-time clinical lecturer, and is now a full-time faculty member. Her clinical background is as a pediatric nurse practitioner, working with children and counseling families on breastfeeding, surgical, and other pediatric issues. Her research interests pertain to the global development of the nurse practitioner role, pediatric primary care nurse practitioner practice development, and adolescent mental health.
- Nemes, J. (1994). Nurse practitioners in acute care units. Nursing Standard, 9(8), 37-40.
- Nemes, J., & Donahue, M. (1994). Solid tumors in children. Nursing Clinics of North America, 29(4), 585-598.
- Nemes, J., Barnaby, K., & Shamberger, R. (1992). Experience with a nurse practitioner program in the surgical department of a children's hospital. Journal of Pediatric Surgery, 27(8), 1038-1042.
- Nemes, J. (1990). Pediatric emergency nursing flowsheet. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 16(2), 26A-27A.
- Nemes, J., Kelly, L., & Schmidt, E. (1988). Epiglottitis: emergency nursing management. Journal of Emergency Nursing, 14(2), 70-75.