Kellee Hanigan

Division of physical therapy education

University of Nebraska Medical Center
984420 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-4420
(402) 559-5052
kellee.hanigan@unmc.edu

EDUCATION

May 2009 D.P.T.,University of Southern California,Physical Therapy

June 2003B.A., Dartmouth College,Biochemistry

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

July 2012 - present Instructor,Division of Physical Therapy Education,School of Allied Health Professions, College of Medicine,University of Nebraska Medical Center

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

2013 Faculty Diversity Funding Award, University of Nebraska Medical Center
2012 Faculty Diversity Funding Award,University of Nebraska Medical Center

 

PUBLICATIONS and PRESENTATIONS

Manuscripts in Preparation

1.     Harper-Hanigan, K, Burke, K,Ross, G, Sims, T, Trotter, KJ, Jackson, S, Turman, Jr., JE.(in preparation) Developing a Pregnancy Peer Support Program to Address Racial Disparities in Birth Outcomes in African American Women.

2.     Harper-Hanigan, K, Ross, G, Sims, T, Trotter, KJ, Turman, Jr., JE (in preparation) The Development of a Pilot Training Program for Peer Supporters in Maternal/Child Health and Infant Mortality.

3.     Harper-Hanigan, K, Spells, B, Ross, G, Sims, T, Trotter, KJ, Turman, Jr., JE.(in preparation) Assessing Community Needs to Improve Adverse Birth Outcomes in Omaha’s African American Community.

Abstracts and Scientific Meeting Presentations

1.     Harper-Hanigan, K, Ross, G, Sims, T, Trotter, KJ, Jackson, S, Turman, Jr., JE. (2012) The Connections Project: A Community-Based Strategy to Improve Birth Outcomes in Omaha’s African American Community. NIH Science of Eliminating Health Disparities Summit 12/2012.

2.     Harper-Hanigan, K, Ross, G, Sims, T, Trotter, KJ, Jackson, S, Turman, Jr., JE. (2012) Implementing a Model of Community Engagement to Improve Birth Outcomes in Omaha’s African American Community. “Methods, Metrics, and Outcomes: Evaluating the Success of Community Engaged Research.” NIH sponsored conference 8/2012.

3.     Harper-Hanigan, K, Fornoff, K, Turman, Jr., JE, (2012) Developing a Pregnancy Peer Support Program to Improve Birth Outcomes in African American Women. School of Allied Health Professions, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE.

Invited Presentations
Fifth Annual Health Disparities Conference at Teachers College, Columbia University, Title: Developing a Pregnancy Peer Support Program to Address Racial Disparities in Birth Outcomes in African American Women. New York, NY, March 2013.

 


 

Kellee Hanigan, PT, DPT
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