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Ph.D., University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
NURS 6542: Nursing Therapeutics for Acute/ Episodic Illnesses in Children and Adolescents
NURS 7980-7986: Residency for D.N.P.
NURS 8002: Qualitative Research
Since becoming a nurse, Dr. Haglund has served children and families who are marginalized and oppressed. While she has utilized a variety of research methodologies, she is a community-engaged researcher specialized in qualitative and arts-based methods and interventions. From the beginning of her career in academia, qualitative methods resonated with her sense of justice and equity. She believed then and now, in the dignity and agency of individuals, families and communities. Context matters. Her program of research has generated knowledge and interventions to facilitate optimal health and psychosocial outcomes for children and adolescents at risk due to poverty, discrimination and/or chronic conditions. Her research studies build on the strengths of populations to promote positive youth development, healthy interpersonal relationships, violence prevention, and risk behavior reduction among other topics.
Advanced Practice Nursing, Primary Care of Children and Adolescents
Family Nurse Practitioner & Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (ANCC)
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2020 Provost Office Fellow, Community Engagement Faculty Membership, Marquette University
2019 Provost Office Fellow, Community Engagement Faculty Membership, Marquette University
2019 Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Faculty Award, Marquette University
2017 Community Engaged Research Partnership Award, Marquette University
2017 MCN The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing Research Paper of the Year Award “Introducing Allergenic Food into Infants’ Diet: A Systematic Review”
2017 Nurse Researcher of the Year Award, Delta Gamma At Large Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International
2017 Julie Lathrop Nursing Research Award, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
6/30/2020 - 7/1/2021. (Haglund, K. Primary Investigator)"Doing Art in Neighborhoods to Create Engagement and Safety - D.A.N.C.E.S.," Sponsored by Frenn Award, Marquette University College of Nursing
6/30/2020 - 7/1/2021. (Velez, G.&Haglund, K., Co-Investigators, Kennelly, Primary Investigator),"Promoting Resiliency and Improved Coping in Education PRICE," Sponsored by Marquette University President's Challenge 2020
7/1/2017 - 6/30/2019. (Haglund, K., & Belknap, R. Co-Principal Investigators). "Changing Responses to Dating Violence Precursor Behaviors: An Action Research Project for Girls of Color and Their Partners." Center for Gender and Sexualities Studies Women and Girls of Color Research Initiative Grant, Marquette University.
4/1/2018 - 12/31/2018. (Haglund, K. Primary Investigator). "Learning a Healthy Rhythm: Mindfulness Practices to Promote Heart Health Among Afro-Latino Youth." Nurse Practitioner Healthcare Foundation /Astellas Promoting Heart Health Across the Life Span Award.