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Center Membership

Melissa D. Avery, PhD, APRN, CNM, FACNM, FAAN
Professor

612-624-5933
avery003@umn.edu

  • Maternal confidence for physiologic birth
  • Exercise and pregnancy
  • Interprofessional education

Full bio

Barbara Beacham, PhD, RN
Assistant Professor

612-624-6658
bbeacham@umn.edu

  • Family management
  • Children with chronic health conditions
  • Diabetes mellitus

Full bio

Mary M. Benbenek, PhD, MS, RN, FNP, PNP
Clinical Professor

612-626-5236
benbe001@umn.edu

  • Immigrant health
  • Adolescent health
  • Bone health

Full bio

Mary L. Chesney, PhD, APRN, CNP, FAANP, FAAN
Clinical Professor Distinguished University Teaching Professor

612-625-1601
chesn009@umn.edu

  • APRN utilization in new models of health care delivery
  • Family adjustment after international adoption
  • Parent-child attachment/relationship

Full bio

Laura J. Duckett, PhD, MPH, RN
Associate Professor

612-624-9160
ducke001@umn.edu

  • Breastfeeding of full-term and pre-term infants and maternal employment
  • Maternal-infant-family health during the first year; parent-infant attachment
  • Reiki touch for pre-term infants

Full bio

Sarah E. Friend, MPH, Rd
Evaluation Director, Home Plus Study

612-624-2610
adki0032@umn.edu

Full bio

Jayne A. Fulkerson, PhD
Professor & Center Director

612-624-4823
fulke001@umn.edu

  • Family-based health promotion in community settings
  • Child/adolescent obesity prevention through family meals at home
  • Research methodology, evaluation, measurement and instrument development

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Ann E. Garwick, PhD, RN, LP, LMFT, FAAN
Professor

612-624-1141
garwi001@umn.edu

  • Children and youth with special health needs
  • Cross-cultural health and culturally competent care
  • Family health and stress caregiving, and coping

Full bio

Casey Hooke, PhD, APRN, PCNS, CPON
Associate Professor

612-624-2972
hook0035@umn.edu

  • Interventions for fatigue and related symptoms in children with cancer
  • Physical performance and exercise in children with cancer
  • Development in children with chronic illness

Full bio

Melissa L. Horning, PhD, RN, PHN
Assistant Professor

612-624-1947
horn0199@umn.edu

  • Community-engaged, health promotion research with children, youth and families
  • Social ecological influences on adolescent health behaviors and nutrition
  • Public health nursing

Full bio

Madeleine J. Kerr, PhD, RN
Associate Professor

612-625-2669
kerrx010@umn.edu

  • Intervention to prevent occupational hearing loss
  • Latino worker health promotion
  • Public health informatics

Full bio

Wendy S. Looman, PhD, RN, CNP
Professor

612-624-6604
looma003@umn.edu

  • Family health care nursing
  • Quality of life among children and youth with special health care needs
  • Care coordination for children with medical complexity

Full bio

Anne Chevalier McKechnie, PhD, RN, IBCLC
Assistant Professor

acmckech@umn.edu

  • Preparing process of expectant parents after fetal diagnoses
  • Adaptive work of parents caring for children born with complex health needs

Full bio

Barbara J. McMorris, PhD
Associate Professor

612-624-9909
mcmo0023@umn.edu

  • Prevention of risky health behaviors in adolescence
  • Promotion of health among vulnerable populations
  • Program evaluation, research methods and complex statistical modeling

Full bio

Karen A. Monsen, PhD, RN, FAAN
Associate Professor

612-624-0490
mons0122@umn.edu

  • Home visiting intervention effectiveness research
  • Standardized terminology data research
  • Data mining, data visualization, time-motion and machine learning methods

Full bio

Susan K. O'Conner-Von, PhD, RN
Associate Professor

612-624-6647
ocon0025@umn.edu

  • Pediatric pain and palliative care
  • Spiritual care
  • Web-based education for adolescents with cancer

Full bio

Barbara L. Peterson, PhD, RN, CNS
Clinical Associate Professor

612-624-0440
pete1389@umn.edu

  • Psychiatric and mental health problems in children/adolescents
  • Interprofessional graduate education; integrative psychiatric mental health
  • Trauma-related nightmares and post-traumatic stress in youth

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Carolyn M. Porta, PhD, MPH, RN SANE-A, FAAN
Professor

612-624-6179
porta@umn.edu

  • Promoting healthy physical and emotional trajectories into adulthood
  • Trans-disciplinary eco-health research to advance global health
  • Use of mHealth and photovoice strategies in health promotion

Full bio

Cheryl L. Robertson, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN
Professor

612-626-6450
rober007@umn.edu

  • Refugee trauma, stress and coping
  • Climate variability, conflict and forced migration
  • Community coping interventions

Full bio

Melissa A. Saftner, PhD, CNM, RN
Clinical Associate Professor

218-726-8934
msaftner@umn.edu

  • Adolescent sexual risk behavior
  • American Indian health promotion
  • Confidence for physiologic birth

Full bio

Renee E. Sieving, PhD, RN, FAAN, FSAHM
Professor Director, Center for Adolescent Nursing

612-626-4527
sievi001@umn.edu

Full bio

Mary F. Tracy, PhD, APRN, CNS, FAAN
Associate Professor / Nurse Scientist

612-273-6417
tracy005@umn.edu

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Affliate Members

The Center invites outside faculty, previous doctoral student members, as well as clinicians or project staff involved in Center research implementation, to apply for Affiliate Member status. The mission of the CCFHPR is to improve the health of infants, children, adolescents, parents and families in the context of their communities.

Members can benefit from participation in a variety of activities, including research seminars, roundtables, mock grant reviews, manuscript reviews, collaborative activities with community agencies/organizations and social events. There are no costs associated with membership in the CCFHPR.

If you are interested in becoming an affiliate member of the CCFHPR, please complete the application form in RedCap.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jayne Fulkerson by telephone at 612-624-4823 or by e-mail at fulke001@umn.edu.

Doctoral Students

The Center invites doctoral students with an interest in child and family health promotion to apply for Student Member status. The mission of the CCFHPR is to improve the health of infants, children, adolescents, parents and families in the context of their communities.

Members benefit from participation in a variety of activities, including research seminars, roundtables, mock grant reviews, manuscript reviews, collaborative activities with community agencies/organizations and social events. There are no costs associated with membership in the CCFHPR. Members have the opportunity to serve on the Executive Committee, other Center committees and task forces.

If you are interested in becoming a student member of the CCFHPR, please complete this application form in RedCap.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Center Director Jayne Fulkerson by telephone at 612-624-4823 or by e-mail at fulke001@umn.edu.

Postdoctoral Fellows

The Center invites postdoctoral fellows with an interest in child and family health promotion to apply for membership. The mission of the CCFHPR is to improve the health of infants, children, adolescents, parents and families in the context of their communities.

Members benefit from participation in a variety of activities, including research seminars, roundtables, mock grant reviews, manuscript reviews, collaborative activities with community agencies/organizations and social events. There are no costs associated with membership in the CCFHPR. Members have the opportunity to serve on the Executive Committee, other Center committees and task forces.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the CCFHPR, please complete the application form in RedCap.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jayne Fulkerson by telephone at 612-624-4823 or by e-mail at fulke001@umn.edu.