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Molly Netter

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  • Assistant Professor, Nursing

  • School of Nursing
  • (773) 325-7116
  • ​​990 W. Fullerton, room ​3009

Specialization and Interests

  • Pathophysiology
  • Pharmacology
  • Translational Science - HIV prevention via Chemoprophylaxis
  • Impact of COVID-19 on research
  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Clinical: family practice (emergency)
Select Publications
Koszalinski, R (2020). Community-led Discovery of Social Isolation and Co-design of Interventions.
      A non-human subjects community engagement project:
   Advisory Committee Members: Diana Sturdevant, PhD, RN (Assistant Professor of Research, Nursing), Anne Pereira, PhD (Professor, David L. Boren, Pharmacy and Dean, OUHSC Graduate College), Kathleen Dwyer, PhD, RN (Professor, Henry Freede Endowed Chair, Nursing), Julie Meyers, DrPh (Visiting Assistant Professor, Nursing), Patsy Smith, PhD, RN (Associate Professor, Nursing), Debara Yellseagle, MBA, LPN (Nursing). Graduate Students Brenda Olmos and Molly Netter
Funded by the Oklahoma Shared Clinical & Translational Resources, Community Engaged Research Exploratory (CERE) Awards

Koszalinski, R (2020)., Sturdevant, D., Olmos, B., Netter, M., Smith, P., Gordon, J. (Invited and accepted manuscript). "We were just taking our marching orders and moving forward with whatever we were given”: Policy implications of pandemic quarantine and social isolation in older persons.  Public Policy & Aging Report. 

Nguyen (2022), Emily J. Jones, Katherine S. O’Neal, Molly K. Netter, Kathleen A. Dwyer: An Academic-Community Engagement (2022): A Roadmap for Developing a Culturally Relevant Diabetes Self-Management Program among Vietnamese Americans