Dr. Anne Dabrow Woods is the Chief Nurse of Wolters Kluwer, Health, Learning, Research and Practice business at Wolters Kluwer where she drives the strategic development of evidence-based solutions for nursing.

A nurse since 1984 and a nurse practitioner since 1998, Dr. Dabrow Woods is passionate about confronting the challenges presented by a transitioning nursing workforce and promoting evidence-based practice to improve patient outcomes and global health. She currently practices as an acute care / critical care nurse practitioner at Penn Medicine, Chester County Hospital, and serves as adjunct faculty in the graduate nursing programs at Drexel University and Neumann University.

Prior to her role as chief nurse, she served as director of journal strategy and development and as a clinical editor at Wolters Kluwer. Dr. Dabrow Woods received a bachelor’s degree (BSN) from West Chester University, a master’s degree (MSN) from LaSalle University, a post-master's certificate from Drexel University, and a doctor of nursing practice (DNP) degree from Texas Christian University. She is also a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing.

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