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Kelley Robinson: Doctoral Nursing Students

Kelley Robinson, MSN, CNM

PhD Student
Kelley Robinson
Advisor(s): Phyllis Sharps, PhD, RN, FAAN; Jennifer Stewart, PhD, RN
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Biography

Kelley Robinson served as a full-time certified nurse midwife for 15 years in a practice that included full-scope OB-GYN care in a variety of settings, including birth centers, and she has extensive experience in maternal/newborn care under both normal and higher-risk conditions. Robinson has also been a professional educator, serving as a clinical instructor at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She has a passion for improving health outcomes for marginalized women across the globe and has traveled to Haiti on a number of mission trips. Robinson’s doctoral work focuses on “Examining maternal health outcomes for women who are unstably housed or experiencing homelessness domestically.”

Major Achievement(s)

  • 2003—Induction, Sigma Theta Tau International
  • 1995-2000—Elementary Educator, grades 3-5, Helene Grant Elementary School, New Haven, CT
  • 1994-1995—Science Teacher, grade 6. Greenspring Middle School, Baltimore, MD