Dr. Kristin Haglund
Associate Professor
Office Phone

(414) 288-3824

Specialization / Certification

Advanced Practice Nursing, Primary Care of Children and Adolescents /
Family Nurse Practitioner & Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (ANCC)

Highest Degree/School
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Brief Statement of Scholarly Interests
Broadly, my program of research generates knowledge and interventions to facilitate optimal health and psychosocial outcomes for children and adolescents at risk due to poverty, discrimination and/ or chronic condition. Specifically, I have conducted research regarding healthy interpersonal relationships and prevention of dating violence, sexual risk reduction, religiosity and spirituality among adolescents, and improving health of children and adolescents with chronic conditions.

Titles of Courses Recently Taught

Selected Publications

Belknap, R. A., Haglund, K., Felzer, H., Pruszynski, J., & Schneider, J. (2013). A theater intervention to prevent teen dating violence for Mexican American middle school students. Journal of Adolescent Health, 3, 82-93.

Haglund, K., Belknap, R., & Garcia, J. (2012). Mexican American female adolescents’ perceptions of relationships and dating violence. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 44, 215-222.

Edwards, L., Haglund, K., Fehring, R., &  Pruszynski, J. (2011). Religiosity and sexual risk behaviors among Latina adolescents: Trends from 1995-2008. Journal of Women’s Health. Manuscript accepted for publication.

Schaeuble, K., Haglund, K., & Vukovich, M. (2010). Adolescents’ preferences for primary care provider interactions. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing, 15, 202–210.

Haglund, K., & Fehring, R. (2010). The association of religiosity, sexual education and parental factors with risky sexual behavior among adolescents and young adults. Journal of Religion and Health, 49, 460–472.

Haglund, K. (2008). Reducing sexual risks with practice of periodic abstinence. JOGNN:Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 37, 647-656.

Edwards, L., Fehring, R., Jarrett, K., & Haglund, K. (2008). The influence of religiosity, gender, & language preference acculturation on sexual activity among Latino/a adolescents.  Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 30, 447-462.

Haglund, K.  (2006). Recommendations for sexuality education for early adolescents. JOGNN: Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 35, 369-375.

Haglund, K. (2006). Understanding sexual abstinence in African American teens.  MCN: The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing, 31, 10-16.

Haglund, K. (2004). Conducting life history research with adolescents.  Qualitative Health Research, 14, 1309-1319.

Grants or Awards

Advancing International Exchange in Nursing Education.  The Social & Cultural Contexts of Alcohol Use and Subsequent Sexual Involvement among Adolescents and Young Adults, Haglund, K.  PI.  Fulbright Commission

Interrupting and Preventing Interpersonal Violence: A Theatre Based Action Research Intervention for Latino Adolescents, Belknap, R., & Haglund, K. Co-PI’s.  American Nurses Foundation

Perceptions of Interpersonal Dating Violence Among Latino Adolescents and Parents,  Haglund, K., & Belknap, R. Co-PI’s: Sigma Theta Tau Delta Gamma Chapter Research Award

Exploring Healthy Relationships with At Risk Urban Adolescent Girls: A Community-Based, Photovoice Project, Belknap, R., & Haglund, K., Co-PI’s: Committee on Research, Summer Faculty Fellowship and Regular Research Award

Experiences of Interpersonal Dating Violence Among Latina Adolescents, Belknap, R., Haglund, K., & Edwards, L. Co- PIs. Regner Research Award, Marquette University, College of Nursing

Periodic Secondary Abstinence: A Method for Sexual Risk Reduction, Haglund, K., PI. Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing

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Through a transformational Catholic, Jesuit education, Marquette University College of Nursing prepares nurse leaders to promote health, healing and social justice for all people through clinical practice and development of nursing knowledge.