Evelyn Jacobs Ortner Center on Family Violence

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Tiffany Dovydaitis Kim

School of Nursing
2007, 2011

Phone: 617.373.2665

Email: t.kim@neu.edu

 

Education/degrees:

PhD, Nursing, University of Pennsylvania

MS, Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, University of Pennsylvania

BS, Nursing, The College of New Jersey

 

Certification: Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner

 

Specializations: Women’s Health, Immigrant Health, Sexual Violence, Health Equity, Qualitative Research Methods

 

Research Interests:

My work is focused on women in transition, and how women’s movement across borders affects their health. In particular, I am interested in migrant/immigrant women’s experiences of sexual violence. My dissertation, titled Somos Hermanas del Mismo Dolor (We Are Sisters of the Same Pain): Intimate Partner Sexual Violence Narratives Among Mexican Immigrant Women Living in Philadelphia, was the first study to specifically examine intimate partner sexual violence among immigrant Latinas in the US. I have also worked on a community based participatory research project in Oregon examining the problem of workplace sexual violence among Mexican indigenous farmworkers, and partnered with a farmworker organization in Southern NJ to conduct oral histories of farmworker women.

 

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