PhD, FNP-BC
Assistant Professor
Other Affiliations: Other
Campus: UMB | Building: Univeristy of Maryland School of Nursing Department of Family and Community Health | Room: rawlett@son.umaryland.edu
Phone: 410-706-3906 |
Biography

Dr. Rawlett's expertise focuses on vulnerable and underserved populations in a community setting. She has been a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner since 2000 and currently has a clinical practice in an addictions clinic in Elkton, Maryland. Previous faculty appointments include Arizona State University and Towson University, she is currently an Assistant Professor at the University Of Maryland, School of Nursing. Her full-time faculty load includes Advanced Health Assessment and Clinical Practicum for the Doctorate of Nursing Practice/APRN students as well as Research and Evidence-Based Practice for undergraduate nursing students. Current research involves partnering with communities in order to provide optimal outcomes for health and wellness. She has presented nationally and internationally and has multiple peered reviewed publications on The Health Belief Model, Vulnerable Populations Conceptual Model, Nurse Practitioner Education Regarding Addictions, Self-Efficacy and Empowerment. She is a member of UMB Faculty Council, the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty and Sigma Theta Tau, a nursing honor society.

Honors and Awards
  • 1999-Present: Member, Sigma Theta Tau
  • 1999-Present: ANCC certified as FNP
  • 2007-Present: Member, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
  • 2013-Present: Member, NONPF
  • 2013-Present: Journal Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Professional Nursing
  • 2013-2014: Secretary, UMSON Faculty Council 
  • - See more at: https://www.nursing.umaryland.edu/directory/kristen-rawlett/#sthash.Mrfm...
Publications: 
  • Rawlett, Kristen (2014). Journey from self-efficacy to empowerment. Health Care, 2, 1-9.
  • Rawlett, K. (2011). Analytical evaluation of the health belief model and the vulnerable populations conceptual model applied to a medically underserved, rural population.International Journal of Applied Science and Technology, 1(2): 15-21.
  • July 2011: Sigma Theta Tau Research Congress, Cancun Mexico. Poster Presentation:"Analytical evaluation of the health belief model and the vulnerable populations conceptual model applied to a medically underserved, rural population."
  • - See more at: https://www.nursing.umaryland.edu/directory/kristen-rawlett/#sthash.Mrfm...