Hillary P. Lipe, C.N.R.N., A.R.N.P.
Ms. Lipe is a teaching assistant in UW's Department of Neurology. Her clinical interests include headache and multiple sclerosis. She is a certified nurse practitioner who has cared for people experiencing a variety of conditions affecting the nervous system, including inherited disorders. She has a particular interest in issues of living with chronic illness and disability.
"I see the patient as the main focus of care. My experience in neurogenetics and chronic illness prepares me to educate patients about options for care and lifestyle choices, and to provide guidance in making informed choices about treatment."
Outdoor activities, including hiking in the beautiful mountains of the Pacific Northwest, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing; exploring the beach at low tide in Discovery Park; and relaxing with a good book and a cat on her lap.
Headache, multiple sclerosis and long-term consequences of living with disorders of the nervous system.
Non-medication approaches to pain management, psychosocial impact of chronic illness
Multidisciplinary approach to educating healthcare providers in the care of people with disorders of the nervous system
Multiple Sclerosis, Neurology
|Univ. of Washington, School of Nursing
|American Nurses Credentialing Center