Aimee Woda
Clinical Assistant Professor
Office Phone

(414) 288-3865

Medical Surgical Nursing

Highest Degree and Institution
MSN, Marquette University

Brief Statement of Scholarly Interests
I have completed my doctoral work with heart failure patients. My research interests consist of working with heart failure patients to improve engagement in self-care behaviors. I am certified in medical-surgical nursing and enjoy sharing this nursing knowledge with undergraduate nursing students

Descriptive Titles of Courses Recently Taught
NURS 2000 - Health Assessment
NURS 2075 - Foundations of Nursing Practice
NURS 3300 - Nursing Care for Adults
NURS 3301 - Nursing Care of Adults: Practicum
NURS 4301 - Nursing Care of the Acutely Ill Adult: Practicum
NURS 4601 - Synthesis Practicum
HEAL 1025 - Culture and Health

Selected Publications
Woda, A. (2012) Self-Care in African Americans with Heart Failure. Virginia Henderson International Nursing Library.

Sebern, M., & Woda, A. Shared Care Dyadic Intervention: Outcome Patterns for Heart Failure Care Partners. Western Journal of Nursing Research. In Press.

Grants or Awards
American Nurses Credentialing Center Medical/Surgical Nursing Certification

Sigma Theta Tau International Small Grant. $5000. Motivation in African Americans with Heart Failure: A Photovoice Intervention

Professional Affiliations
Sigma Theta Tau


The Marquette Neighborhood Health Center

The center is designed as a nurse managed health center, under the auspices of the Marquette University College of Nursing, providing community access to health care services while enhancing educational opportunities for nursing students. Learn more about MNHC.