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Faculty - Anna Krupp

Anna Krupp
PhD, RN
Assistant Professor
480 CNB
319-467-1902
Education: 

Postdoctoral Fellowship, National Clinician Scholars Program & Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research, University of Pennsylvania
PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison
MSHP, University of Pennsylvania
MS, University of Wisconsin-Madison
RN, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Research Focus/Clinical Interests: 
  • Improving long-term critical care outcomes
  • Evidence-based practice
  • Implementation science

Dr. Anna Krupp is an Assistant Professor in the College of Nursing. Her clinical background focused on adult medical-surgical critical care and has expertise in implementing evidence-based practices into health systems to improve outcomes for patients who require mechanical ventilation. Anna’s research interests are focused on ICU health care delivery and implementation and dissemination of interventions to improve long-term outcomes for ICU patients. She is particularly interested in nurse decision-making within the context of early mobility interventions. She is also interested in the critical care nursing workforce and their impact on patient and system outcomes. Her overall program of research aims to create sustainable, systems-based interventions to improve long-term outcomes for patients that require ICU care.