Lisa K. Militello

Lisa Militello
First Name
Lisa K.
Last Name
Assistant Clinical Professor
1585 Neil Avenue
Address (Line 2)
236 W. 11th Ave.
Zip Code

Over the past 15 years, my clinical experience as a pediatric nurse practitioner has encompassed working with children and families to promote healthy choices. My personal belief is that families can work together to build each other up and foster optimal wellness. Using family and friends as pillars to endorse healthy behaviors not only promotes health, passively, obesity rates can be reduced. Utilizing my clinical experience and public health background, I chose to focus my clinical research on parlaying technology to reach and deliver health education and behavior change skills though primary care. As part of my doctoral study, I explored how cognitive behavior therapy and technology can be used to promote health behavior change. From that area of research, I was able to work in conjunction with software companies to extend conceptual clinical ideas into software applications to deliver simple triggers over text messaging to families with a child diagnosed with overweight or obesity. Going forward, my research goal is to optimize the interaction between pediatric clinical care and health information technology.


June 09, 2023

To our College of Nursing family,

I am heartbroken to share that Dr. Carole Anderson, former College of Nursing Dean, has passed away.

June 05, 2023

There can be no doubt about the effect the COVID-19 pandemic had on the profession of nursing. A study recently released by The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) points to factors including burnout and stress that have made lasting impacts on the profession.