OB/GYN Clinical Skills for Advanced Practice Providers

Aurora, Colorado
Thursday, June 01, 2017

Jane Kass-Wolff, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, WHNP-BC

Assistant Professor, Women's Health Option Coordinator

Jane Kass-Wolff is an experienced family nurse practitioner with additional background as a women’s health nurse practitioner. Her expertise is in chronic vulvovaginal problems, chronic genital pain and pediatric/adolescent gynecology. Kass-Wolff practices as both a family nurse practitioner and women’s health nurse practitioner at the University of Colorado Hospital outpatient clinic. Her practice is part of the midwifery practice providing gynecologic care to women of all ages. 

Jennifer Dailey-Vail, MS, RN, WHNP-BC

Instructor, Nurse Practitioner

Jennifer Dailey-Vail is faculty in the College of Nursing, Clinical Resource Center, Division of Women and Child Services at the University of Colorado. She is also an affiliated faculty member in the Center for Global Health at the University of Colorado. Dailey-Vail works as an educator and maintains a clinical practice at Sheridan Health Services.  Additionally, Dailey-Vail works as a national health care consultant for outpatient women’s health family planning clinics. Her areas of expertise include decreasing clinic chaos, improving operations and promoting patient centered care through the use of open access scheduling, clinic redesign and provider efficiency.

Linda L. Johnson, DNP, MSN, WHNP-BC
Specialty Director of the Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Program

Linda Johnson is the Specialty Director of the Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Program at the College of Nursing. In partial fulfillment of her Doctor of Nursing Practice, she implemented her quality improvement project, "Improving Contraceptive Adherence in Women who use Subdermal Implants." She currently helps students find clinical placements to learn how to provide excellence as they become Women's Health Nurse Practitioners. When working in clinic, Dr. Johnson precepts student advanced practice nurses and guides them in understanding how quality improvement is applied in clinical settings to improve reproductive health care.


Contact Information

  • CU College of Nursing
    Office of Continuing Education

    Ph. 303-724-6883

Payment Instructions

  • Preferred payment method is by credit card.

    If you need to pay by check, your registration will not be confirmed until your check is received in our office. Checks must be received by: 
    May 19, 2017.

    Make check payable to:
    Regents of the University of Colorado 

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    University of Colorado
    College of Nursing, C288-11
    13120 East 19th Ave.
    Aurora, CO 80045