Health Blogs

Read comments and insights from our medical experts on diseases, treatments, prevention and more.

Bruce Campbell, MD, FACS, Medical College of Wisconsin otolaryngologist, writes about quality of life issues for cancer patients.

Bruce Campbell
Medical College of Wisconsin Otolaryngologist


Lisa Hass-Peters, BA, RN, provides tips and insights from her "home" in the Emergency Department to keep you from visiting her.

Lisa Hass-Peters
Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Injury Prevention Educator, EMS Liaison


Physical therapist Griffin Ewald, MPT, extends his very hands-on occupation to the blogosphere. He shares his thoughts on rehabilitation, exercise and wellness.

Griffin Ewald
Physical Therapist


Vicki Conte is the Community Outreach Coordinator in the Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin Neurosciences Center. She writes about news and events happening within the center and shares inspiring patient stories.

Vicki Conte
Program Manager, Community and Department Education, Neurosciences Center



Lisa Hass-Peters
Lisa Hass-Peters

Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Injury Prevention Educator, EMS Liaison


Lisa Hass-Peters, BA, RN, grew up in Wauwatosa, Wis., and graduated from Wauwatosa West High School. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in International Relations and working in the business world, she decided to go back to college and earn an associate degree in nursing from Waukesha County Technical College. In 1996, Lisa graduated to start her nursing career and joined Froedtert Hospital in 1998. In 2009, she found her "home" in the Trauma Department and now is the Injury Prevention Coordinator.

Lisa lives in New Berlin with her husband, Jeff, and their two German Shepherds, Piper and Rescue. The couple enjoys traveling to new places, scuba diving and going out to dinner. Leading by example may not be the best approach for this blog, especially since Lisa is a self-proclaimed "klutz." However, Lisa hopes that the Pearls will help people be safer and reduce injuries.