Professor, School of Nursing, UNC-CH
Julee Waldrop is a certified as a primary care pediatric nurse practitioner, a family nurse practitioner, and a nurse educator. She is a Fellow in the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and the American Academy of Nursing. She serves as the Associate Editor for the Journal for Nurse Practitioners, the premier clinical journal for the NP profession. She volunteers as a child abuse prevention educator with families of newborns.
Julee is an advocate for high quality graduate nursing education and faculty scholarship. She is currently mentoring junior faculty in scholarship and writing for publication and is a coach in the Duke University-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program.
Her current research is with mothers of infants and young children in the early intervention setting. She is working with the UNC Center for the Galapagos and SON graduate students to bring professional nursing development to nurses working on the islands.
- Feasibility of Educational Support Measures for Parenting Skills and Mental Health Symptoms in Mothers of Young Children in the Galapagos
- Blaney L, Waldrop J, Ortiz A, Gregory L, Rosado-Cordova M, Sherwood, G. (2019). Partnering for continuing professional development in the Galapagos . Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing; 50(9):417-422.
- Waldrop J, Page R, & Bentley M. (2016). Perceptions of body size in mothers and their young children in the Galapagos Islands . Maternal and Child Health Journal, 20, 2012-2018.
- Page R, Bentley ME, & Waldrop J. (2013). People Live Here: Maternal and Child Health on Isla Isabela, Galapagos. In S. J. Walsh & C. F. Mena (Eds.), Science and Conservation in the Galapagos Islands: Frameworks & Perspectives (pp. 141–153). New York: Springer.