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Julie A. Haizlip

Professor
Associate Professor
Co-Director
Unit: School of Nursing
Department: School of Nursing
Office location and address
McLeod 4009
101 Hospital Dr
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Biography

Julie Haizlip is a clinical professor of nursing and holds a joint appointment as associate professor of Pediatrics. 

Based on her experiences working in a collaborative health care environment, Dr. Haizlip has developed an interest in interprofessional education and practice.  She serves at co-director of the UVA Center for ASPIRE (Academic Strategic Partnership for Interprofessional Research and Education) with Dr. Tina Brashers and has worked with the UVA Center for Appreciative Practice since its inception.  She has completed a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology  and has published and presented nationally on creating culture change in academic health care using applications of positive psychology. 

Dr. Haizlip is board certified in pediatrics and pediatric critical care and she has practiced as a pediatric intensivist for more than 10 years.   Currently she maintains a practice with UVA Health Systems’ Pediatric Sedation Service. 

GNUR 6020: Advanced Pharmacology
Credits: 4
This course is designed to review, expand, and update the advanced practice nurse student's knowledge of general pharmacology and therapeutics. The action and interaction of the most commonly used drugs in advanced clinical nursing practice settings will be covered. Prerequisites: GNUR 6010, one year of relevant clinical experience, and admission to NP or CNS program.
GNUR 6559: New Course in Graduate Nursing
Credits: 1–3
This course provides the opportunity to offer a new course in Graduate Nursing
GNUR 6632: PNP-AC Seminar II: Diagnosis and Management of Pediatric Illness
Credits: 3
This course addresses the diagnosis and management of illness in children. There is a focus on developing an appropriate differential diagnosis, diagnostic reasoning, and treatment plan formulation. Consideration is also given to the unique aspects of managing acute and chronic disease across the spectrum of childhood development and in the context of the family. Prerequisite: GNUR 6620.
GNUR 6633: PNP-AC Seminar III: Diagnosis and Management of Pediatric Illness
Credits: 3
This course builds on foundational knowledge from previous courses to foster synthesis and application by addressing the diagnosis and management of illness in children. Developing differential diagnoses, diagnostic reasoning, and treatment plan formulation is emphasized. Unique aspects of managing acute and chronic disease across the spectrum of childhood development and in the context of the family is discussed. Prerequisite: GNUR 6632.
GNUR 6651: PNP-PC Seminar I
Credits: 3
This course focuses on the prevention and management of clients' common acute health problems. The role of the nurse practitioner in primary health care is explored. Models of collaboration and referral are critically analyzed. Breakout sessions will be held for specialty groups. Prerequisite: GNUR 6620 or GNUR 6110
GNUR 6652: PNP-PC Seminar II
Credits: 3
The management of chronic illnesses across the lifespan. Health maintenance and rehabilitation issues are addressed. Prerequisite: GNUR 6651 or GNUR 5671.