Mayumi Willgerodt PhD, MPH
Dr. Willgerodt is Associate Professor and Vice-Chair for Education in the department of Family and Child Nursing at the University of Washington and affiliate faculty in the Center for Health Sciences Interprofessional Education Research and Practice (CHSIE). Dr. Willgerodt’s research and scholarly foci are centered around school health and interprofessional (IP) education and collaborative practice (CP) as a means to impact health outcomes in youth, particularly with vulnerable and minority populations. She has developed, facilitated, and led IP curricula and training activities for students and faculty and provides consultation nationally on integrating IP curricula into both didactic and clinical settings. Dr, Willgerodt also engages in multi-method practice-based school nursing research, including the first published nationally representative school nursing workforce study.
Dr. Willgerodt is faculty on the MCH-funded Leadership Education in Adolescent Health Training Grant at Seattle Children’s Hospital. She is also a Master Team STEPPS trainer and has expertise in communication, group facilitation and focused groups. Dr. Willgerodt is a member of the 2013-25 Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation Faculty Scholar cohort.
Prior to her current position, Dr. Willgerodt was on faculty at Rush University in Chicago and most recently the Director of Graduate Studies at UW Bothell where she oversaw the growth of graduate programming across the campus. She is on the editorial board of Journal of School Nursing and was the founding associate editor for the Journal of Interprofessional Education and Practice from 2014-2016. She also serves on the Research Advisory Board for National Association of School Nurses.
- PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago
- MPH/MS, University of Illinois at Chicago
- BSN, Georgetown University
Awards and accolades
- Macy Faculty Scholar (2013-2015), Josiah Macy Jr Foundation
- Distinguished Teaching Award for Innovation with Technology (team) (2017), Nominee, University of Washington
What classes do you teach?
What do you love about the UW School of Nursing?
The commitment to excellence and equity but most importantly, the students. I love working with, and learning from our incredibly bright and forward-thinking students.
- School health
- School nursing
- Student/family centered care
- Interprofessional education
- Collaborative practice
- Team training
DepartmentChild, Family, and Population Health Nursing
- Health Equity
- Lifespan Health