Maridee Shogren, D.N.P., C.N.M.
Clinical Associate Professor
Maridee Shogren, D.N.P., C.N.M. is a clinical associate professor in the College of Nursing and Professional Disciplines at the University of North Dakota. She has more than 11 years of higher education experience, five years of nursing administration experience and is also a Certified Nurse-Midwife.
Shogren has had the pleasure of teaching a variety of nursing courses across the curricula, including courses in the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral nursing programs. Her areas of expertise are in women’s health and obstetrics, Doctor of Nursing Practice curricula and interprofessional education/collaboration. She also provides guest lectures across disciplines and for first-year medical students. Shogren is a former graduate nursing chair and was the Post-Master’s D.N.P. program director for five years.
Most recently, she has added grant work to her academic career and currently serves as a technical trainer on both the Mountain Plains Addiction Technology Transfer Center and the Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center grant teams, where she trains health care professionals and communities about substance use disorders in pregnancy, maternal mental health and interprofessional collaboration in health care. She previously conducted training as part of a Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment grant team and continues to train on SBIRT in her current grant work — all of which has been funded through SAMHSA.
In addition, Shogren practices as a C.N.M. in a federally qualified health center, where she provides general women’s health care, family planning and prenatal care. Shogren earned her D.N.P. degree from the University of Minnesota, her Master of Science in Nursing from Case Western Reserve University, her Midwifery Certificate from Frontier Nursing University and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of North Dakota.
Publications and Presentations
- Shogren, M., Harsell, C., & Heitkamp, T. (2017). Screening women for at-risk alcohol use: An introduction to screening, brief Intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) in women’s health. Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health 62, 746-754. doi: 10.1111/jmwh.12659
- Shogren, M. Perinatal Depression [Podcast], Mountain Plains MHTTC, April, 2019
- M.Shogren, C. Harsell, T. Heitkamp (MPATTC), It’s Time: Moving Beyond Interprofessional Collaboration to Achieve Transdisciplinarity in Addressing Substance Use Disorders, Invited Keynote Speakers, International Nurses Society on Addictions, Denver, CO, October, 2018.
Areas of Expertise
- Women’s health
- D.N.P. curriculum
- Interprofessional education/collaboration
- Substance misuse/abuse in pregnancy
- NURS 600: Integrated D.N.P. Core Concepts I
- NURS 601: Integrated D.N.P. Core Concepts II
- NURS 608: Healthcare Economics, Finance and Leadership
- NURS 585: Advanced Health Assessment