Carrie Madormo

Carrie Madormo, RN, MPH

Health Writer, Registered Nurse

Expertise

Pediatrics, Oncology, Chronic Pain, Public Health

Education

Marquette University, Medical College of Wisconsin

Highlights

There is a lot of health information out there, and I am excited to bring you the latest evidence-based practices that are easy to understand and simple to implement.

— Carrie Madormo, RN, MPH

Experience

Carrie Madormo, RN, MPH, is a health writer with over a decade of experience working as a registered nurse. She has practiced in a variety of settings including pediatrics, oncology, chronic pain and public health. 

Her work has appeared in publications including Reader's Digest and USA Today, as well as nursing continuing education courses around the country. 

Education

Carrie has a Master of Public Health degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin and a Bachelor of Nursing degree from Marquette University.

Verywell Health Editorial Process

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Our writers are notable voices in their respective disciplines, from physicians to medical journalists to patients/patient advocates. These individuals are specifically selected for their extensive knowledge and real-world experience, as well as their ability to communicate complex information in a clear, helpful, and unbiased way.

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