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Nancy Kowal

Professor and Nurse Practitioner

UMass Memorial Medical Center

HQ Phone:  (508) 334-1000

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UMass Memorial Medical Center

119 Belmont Street

Worcester, Massachusetts,01605

United States

Company Description

UMass Memorial Health Care is the largest not-for-profit health care system in Central Massachusetts with more than 13,200 employees and 1,700 physicians, many of whom are members of UMass Memorial Medical Group. Our member hospitals and entities include Clint... more.

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Healthcare Review: Massachusetts People

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Nancy Kowal, MS, ANP, was honored with a Nursing In Washington Internship (NIWI), and attended a four-day conference to learn how to influence health care through the legislative and regulatory processes.Kowal, who is a certified adult nurse practitioner in the department of Anesthesia at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, has devoted much of her work to pain management, ambulatory care management, and issues regarding anesthesia and preoperative care.She joined other nurse leaders from around the country in Washington, DC, from Feb. 29 to March 3, where they heard from health policy experts and government officials, networked with other nurses, and visited members of Congress.


Healthcare Review: Massachusetts People

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Nancy Kowal, MS, ANP, was honored with a Nursing In Washington Internship (NIWI), and attended a four-day conference to learn how to influence health care through the legislative and regulatory processes.Kowal, who is a certified adult nurse practitioner in the department of Anesthesia at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, has devoted much of her work to pain management, ambulatory care management, and issues regarding anesthesia and preoperative care.She joined other nurse leaders from around the country in Washington, DC, from Feb. 29 to March 3, where they heard from health policy experts and government officials, networked with other nurses, and visited members of Congress.


Massachusetts Pain Initiative

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The speakers for this conference were locals Carol Curtiss, RN, MSN, and Anne Marie Kelly, BSN, RN C, and from Wisconsin, Karen Stevenson, RN, MS. Workshop leaders were locals Carol Curtiss, RN, MSN, Judy Dyer, RN, MSN, MA, CS, CHPN, Ann Marie Harootunian, RN, MS, FNP, Anne Marie Kelly, BSN, RNC, Nancy Kowal, MS, ANP.


Healthcare Industry News Articles

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"The internship was a wonderful experience," said Nancy Kowal MS, ANP, BC, adjunct professor in the department of anesthesia and pain consultant, UMass Memorial Medical Center, Worchester, Massachusetts.Kowal spent one week on the Hill talking with congressmen and senators about pending legislation regarding pain management.On one bill, she informed elected officials about the issues and convinced more than 80 of them to cosponsor the legislation. Kowal received a scholarship and Peterson's hospital paid her tuition. "I am putting this to work encouraging all nurses to contact their legislative people and be a part of what the decisions are," Kowal said.


NurseZone - Feature Stories - Spotlight on nurses - Archive

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"The internship was a wonderful experience," said Nancy Kowal MS, ANP, BC, adjunct professor in the department of anesthesia and pain consultant, UMass Memorial Medical Center, Worchester, Massachusetts.Kowal spent one week on the Hill talking with congressmen and senators about pending legislation regarding pain management.On one bill, she informed elected officials about the issues and convinced more than 80 of them to cosponsor the legislation. Kowal received a scholarship and Peterson's hospital paid her tuition. Interns leave the program feeling inspired and empowered.Whatever their clinical position, nurses who take the initiative find they can make a difference not just in their patients' lives but in the future of the profession. "I am putting this to work encouraging all nurses to contact their legislative people and be a part of what the decisions are," Kowal said.


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