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. She has been practicing continuously for more than 25 years. Her research background centers on nutrition and bone density in both males and females with her current interest in calcium intake and bone density in childhood cancer survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Kass-Wolff is currently interested in the utilization of standardized patients and simulation in the education of nurse practitioner students and the inclusion of geriatric content into the advanced practice nursing curriculum.
Kass-Wolff currently 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. The scope of health care includes annual well woman preventive exams, dysmenorrhea, abnormal bleeding, abnormal pap smears and colposcopy, vulvar skin lesions, pelvic pain, endometrial biopsies and the care and management of hormone replacement in the perimenopausal and menopausal woman. Acute care problem management is an integral part of the practice.