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As the survival rate for premature births has increased over the past few decades, new challenges have arisen with managing the potential life-long health problems associated with premature birth. Dr. Michelle Kelly has extensive experience working in neonatal intensive care units and has dedicated much of her research to better understanding the long-term health effects of premature birth. As a pediatric nurse practitioner, she can also speak more generally to her experiences in caring for children and the common maladies that result to a trip to the doctor’s office including concussion, varying illnesses, and injury.
Villanova University: PhD
Thomas Jefferson University: Post-Masters MSN
University of Pennsylvania: MSN
Villanova University: BSN
- President, Pennsylvania Delaware Valley Chapter, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
- Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, The Clinic, Phoenixville, PA
- Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, Alpha Nu, Vice-President
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Zika Part 2: Nurses Address Questions About the Virus
“We are seeing it across the age span — adults who have planned travel, adults who may or may not be considering starting or adding to their families in the near future,” Michelle M. Kelly, PhD, CRNP, assistant professor at Villanova University and a pediatric and neonatal nurse practitioner, said. “The biggest concern is what this means for themselves and their current or future families.”
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Boyle, L., Kelly, MM, Reynolds, K et al.