Nancy Schlapman

Contributing Faculty
College of Nursing
B.S. Nursing (BSN)

Nancy Schlapman, PhD, RN has been involved in nursing education for over 30 years. She has taught all levels of nursing students and has held several academic leadership roles. Having been employed at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Indiana University Kokomo and Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan, and most recently at Walden University, she has spent most of her career in the mid-west. Her area of specialty and expertise is community and public health nursing. Joining Walden University in 2016, Dr. Schlapman is a contributing faculty member in the School of Nursing in the College of Health Sciences. She regularly teaches public health policy and public health nursing courses.

Courses Taught

NURS 4105 - Advocacy thru Health Care Policy

NURS 4115 - Role of the Nurse in Public Health

NURS 4210/4211 - Role of the Nurse Leader in Public Health


BSN, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

MSN, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

PhD, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee


Schlapman, N. (1986). Concerns about passive smoking. Journal of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses

Schlapman, N. (1987). Developing a workplace smoking policy. Journal of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses

Schlapman, N. (1989). Creative teaching strategies. Nurse Educator

Schlapman, N. (1990). Elderly women and falls in the home. Home Health Care Nurse

Myers, N., Schlapman, N. (2001). Enhancing accreditation visits with application sketches. Nurse Educator

Schlapman, N., Cass, P. (2000). HIV prevention for incarcerated youth in Indiana. Journal of Community Health Nursing

Schlapman, N. (2001). Spotting acute pancreatitis. RN