Karen Trister Grace, MSN, CNM
Karen Trister Grace earned a BA in sociology from Barnard College and a BSN and MSN from the University of Pennsylvania. She has been a practicing midwife since 2000 and a midwifery educator since 2008. She is an adjunct instructor at Georgetown University, School of Nursing & Health Studies, and is in clinical practice at Mary's Center in Maryland and Washington, DC. Her research interests include reproductive coercion and autonomy, unintended pregnancy, gender-based violence, and health disparities.
Dissertation FocusExploring correlates of reproductive coercion in low-income Latina women.
- 2017 Dissertation Research Grant Award, Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science(CANS)/Southern Nursing Research Society(SNRS)
- 2017 Anne Zimmerman, RN, FAAN Nursing Research Grant, American Nurses Foundation
- 2017 Dorothy A. Cornelius Nursing Research Grant, American Nurses Foundation
- 2017 NLN Foundation Scholarship Award, National League for Nursing
- 2017 Belfer-Aptman Scholars Award for Dissertation Research, The Melissa Institute For Violence Prevention and Treatment
- 2017 Graduate Education Fellowship Award, American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) Foundation
- 2016-17 Johns Hopkins University Graduate Assistantship
- 2016 Cynthia Davis Sculco Scholarship for Doctoral Study in Nursing Education, Nurses Educational Funds, Inc.
- 2015-16 Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, Pre-doctoral Traineeship
- 2014-15 Interdisciplinary Research Training on Violence in the Family, Pre-doctoral Traineeship
- 1999 Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing inductee