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Nancie Urban, American critical care nurse. Registered Nurse, Wisconsin; certified American Council of Learned Societies instructor and provider; Critical Care Registered Nurse. Recipient 1st place writer's contest Critical Care Nurse Journal, 1986.


Urban, Nancie was born on November 25, 1952 in Milwaukee. Daughter of James H. Urban and Patricia Tipton.


Bachelor of science in nursing with honors, University of Wisconsin, 1975;MSN, Medical College Wisconsin School Nursing, 1986.


CICU staff nurse, charge nurse/preceptor, Milwaukee County Medical Complex, 1975-1976;CICU staff nurse, charge nurse/preceptor, St. Luke's Hospital, Milwaukee, 1976-1980;critical care institute, St. Luke's Hospital, Milwaukee, 1980-1984;critical care instructor, Aurora Health Care, Inc., Milwaukee, 1984-1986;clinical nurse specialist, cardiac and critical care, St. Luke's Medical Center, Milwaukee, 1986-1988;director critical care services, Sinai Samaritan Medical Center, Milwaukee, 1988-1990;cardiovascular/critical care clinical nurse specialist, Waukesha (Wisconsin) Memorial Hospital, 1990-1992;director clinical practice and research, St. Joseph's Hospital, Milwaukee, 1992-1996;director clinical services, Wisconsin Heart Group, South Carolina., since 1996. Developer comprehensive outcomes research program. Consultant in field; guestfaculty numerous presentation at nursing institutions, symposia and conferences in field.


Member American Nurses Association (member task force, co-author standards clinical nursing practice 1991), American Association of Critical Care Nurses (chapter life member, president Greater Milwaukee Area chapter 1985, various offices, national board directors 1989-1992, various committees, board directors Certified Corporation 1989-1992, national media award 1985), Wisconsin Nurses Association, Milwaukee District Nurses Association, American Heart Association, Society Critical Care Medicine, Sigma Theta Tau.