Jennifer Kue

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Jennifer Kue
First Name
Jennifer
Last Name
Kue
Credentials
PhD
Associate Professor
Address
374 Newton Hall
Address (Line 2)
1585 Neil Avenue
City
Columbus
State
OH
Zip Code
43210

Research Interest

Dr. Jennifer Kue has 20 years of experience working with refugees and immigrants, and medically underserved minority populations. Her expertise is in community health promotion and achieving health equity in underserved ethnic minorities, community-engaged research, and refugee and immigrant health. Dr. Kue’s research applies the principles of community-engaged research to understanding and addressing cancer health disparities, including breast and cervical cancer prevention, cancer screening, and survivorship. Dr. Kue’s research examines the influence of culture, refugee trauma, and intergenerational communication on cancer screening and health behavior. Her research interests are also focused on global health issues, in particular vaccine preventable cancers in low-resource countries. Dr. Kue received her PhD in Public Health from Oregon State University and Master’s degree in Anthropology from San Diego State University.

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News

September 16, 2019
Grant supports the center’s primary care services to underserved populations

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) has awarded full “Federally-Qualified Health Center” status (FQHC) to The Ohio State University College of Nursing’s Total Health and Wellness, a nurse practitioner-led comprehensive primary care health center at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center East Hospital.<

September 10, 2019
New five-year, $5 million grant project to advance study on sensitivity to pain

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Todd Monroe, PhD, RN-BC, FNAP, FGSA, FAAN, associate professor at The Ohio State University College of Nursing, will help lead a multi-site five-year, $5 million grant project awarded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Institute on Aging (NIA) to advance research focused on patients with Alzheimer’s disease and cancer and their sensitivity to pain.

Calendar

September 23, 8:00 a.m.
Longaberger Alumni House
September 26, 4:30 p.m.
Newton Hall
1585 Neil Avenue
Columbus
OH
43210