Ursula McPeak Tomlinson is a pediatric nurse practitioner at MSK Kids. She has been a nurse since 1984, a number of years before her co-presenter was born! She holds a BA in politics from St. Joseph's University, a BSN from Thomas Jefferson University, and an MSN from Yale University.
She has worked as a critical care nurse in the adult SICU/CVCU, an RN in a large university urgent care providing emergency care to members of the university family from birth through old age, and as an RN and PNP in the pediatric primary care setting. For the last 17 years, Ursula has worked as a PNP in the Pediatric Ambulatory Care Clinic at MSK Kids at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, providing care for children with neuroblastoma. She has expertise in providing intrathecal radioimmunotherapy to children with CNS relapsed neuroblastoma. One of her joys is working with a wonderful group of nurses and pediatric nurse practitioners who together care for children with neuroblastoma and comprising nurses from Millenials to boomers.
- Boomers and Zoom-ers: Embracing Generational Differences in the Workforce (TH8)
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
- New York, New York