Kyounghae Kim, MSN, RN
Ms. Kim completed her PhD in the summer of 2015. She graduated with a MSN from Columbia University. Her unstoppable passion for nursing science influenced her decision to study abroad from South Korea in 2008. Her dissertation focuses on the elimination in cervical cancer disparities among Korean American women. Her future goals are 1) to promote preventive care practices among underserved populations by reducing gaps between individuals and the U.S. healthcare system, and 2) to build nursing science in the area of health disparities worldwide. Dr. Kim is now an Assistant Professor at the University of Connecticut School of Nursing.
Dissertation FocusHealth Disparities, Health Literacy, Cervical Cancer Prevention, Korean American
- A.T. Mary Blades Foundation Scholarship 2014
- Sigma Theta Tau International Small Grant 2013-2014
- Fahs-Beck Scholar, Doctoral Dissertation Grant 2013-2014