Shelly Malin was appointed as the Advocate BroMenn Professor in fall of 2010. She received her Ph.D. in Nursing from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, her M.S.N. from Marquette University, and her B.S.N. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She received a certificate in Grief Counseling from Gunderson Lutheran Medical Center. With 40+ years in Nursing Malin held both clinical and administrative positions in hospitals and health systems, most recently working as the director of advanced practice nursing and research and associate director of the Children's Research Institute of Children's Hospital and Health System. She was on faculty at Marquette University College of Nursing for 17 years, holding the role of Director of Nursing Education for 3 years. She is a member of the American Organization Nurse Executives, American Nurses' Association, American Public Health Association and igma Theta Tau-Delta Gamma Chapter. In her role as the Advocate BroMenn Professor she works with the MCN faculty and Advocate BroMenn nursing leaders and staff to facilitate nursing excellence through research, evidence-based practice, and professional development.
20+ years experience in teaching at undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level: pediatrics, health systems leadership, organizational behavior, health policy, and ethics.
Leadership development, Health Services research, intervention research and translational research.