Mary Berg, DNP, RN, ARNP Dr. Mary Berg has been a faculty member at the University of Iowa College of Nursing since 2000, teaching in both undergraduate pediatric clinical and pediatric nurse practitioner and doctorate of nursing practice graduate programs. She is currently director of the PNP program at The University of Iowa. Dr. Berg completed her Bachelors of Science in Nursing, Masters of Science in Nursing and Doctorate of Nursing Practice from The University of Iowa. She has been a pediatric nurse practitioner since 1997 and currently maintains a primary care practice at the Healthy Kids Community Care School-Based Clinic. She is actively involved in the Iowa Association of Nurse Practitioner, the Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Faculties, and the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. Education: DNP, The University of Iowa MSN, The University of Iowa BSN, The University of Iowa
A national survey of the primary and acute care pediatric nurse practitioner educational preparation (with E. Hawkins-Walsh, S. Docherty, L. Lindeke, N. Gaylord, and K. Osborn), Journal of pediatric health care (2011)
INTRODUCTION: The past decade has been marked by a gradual expansion of the traditional primary...
Emerging issues regarding pediatric nurse practitioner education in acute and primary care (with E. Hawkins-Walsh, N. Gaylord, L. Lindeke, and S. L. Docherty), Journal of pediatric health care (2011)
Guidelines for dual certification in acute-care and primary-care pediatric nurse practitioner programs (with E. Hawkins-Walsh, M. Beauchesne, N. Gaylord, K. Osborn, and J. Veger), Journal of Nursing Regulation (2011)
Young Nurse Clinician Programs: geriatric, pediatric, and community health (with Susan Lehmann and Paula Mobily), Nurse Educator (2008)
In most nursing programs, limited options exist beyond the required nursing curricula for students to...
Pain-sensitive temperament and postoperative pain (with Charmaine Kleiber, M. Suwanraj, L. A. Dolan, and A. Kleese), Journal for specialists in pediatric nursing (2007)
PURPOSE: To describe the relationship between pain-sensitive temperament and self-report of pain intensity following surgery....