Terri-Ann Kelly

PhD, RN, CPT
Assistant Professor
Terri-Ann-Kelly
Rutgers School of Nursing–Camden
530 Federal Street
Room 438
Camden, NJ 08102
Phone 
(856) 225-6591

Education 
PhD (Nursing Science): University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, 2017
MSN (Nursing Education): Villanova University School of Nursing, 2013
BSN (Nursing): Villanova University School of Nursing, 2009
BS (Biological Sciences): University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, 2007
Expertise 
Emerging adult black women
Nutrition
Physical activity
Behavior change
Cultural influences
Obesity
Weight management
Diet
Biography 

Dr. Terri-Ann Kelly, a nurse scientist with expertise in health disparities, pursues a program of research focused on strategies to encourage African Americans to adhere to a healthful diet, and engage in appropriate aerobic and muscle strengthening activities to protect their health. Specificall...read more

Selected Publications 

Articles in Refereed Journals

Atkins, R., Gage, G., Kelly, T., Joseph., P., Johnson, S., Ojo, E., Williams, W. (year). Issues in Mental Health Nursing. (in press)

Abboud, S., Kim, S. K., Jacoby, S., Mooney-Doyle, K., Waite, T., Froh, E., Sefcik, J. S., Kim, H., Sowicz, T. J., Kelly, T., & Kagan, S. (2016). Co-creation of a pedagogical space to support qualitative inquiry: An advanced qualitative collective. Nursing Education Today.

Funding - External 

Completed Research Support

Research on Vulnerable Women, Children and Families
08/28/13-08/31/15
National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR)
T32NR007100: Sommers (PI)
Role: Pre-doctoral Fellow

The goal of this grant was to train nurses to become independent researches committed to advancing nursing science. The program provided research training in health equity and global women’s health research.

Exploring Beliefs about Fruit and Vegetable Consumption in Emerging Adult Black Women
04/1/16-03/31/17
University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing Office of Nursing Research
Student Grant
Role: Principal Investigator

Relationship between sensitivity to reward and body weight and eating phenotypes in an urban sample of predominantly African American women. 
03/01/14-05/31/15
University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing Office of Nursing Research
Student Grant
Role: Principal Investigator
Mentor: Tanja Kral

Honors and Distinctions 

Fellowships

Engaged Civic Learning Faculty Fellow

Fontaine Fellowship

Promise of Nursing Fellowship

Professional Awards and Honors

Fontaine Summer Research Grant

University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing Office of Nursing Research Student Grant

University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing Office of Nursing Research Student Grant Recipient

Award for Distinguished Achievement in Academics

Phi Kappa Phi

Award for Distinguished Achievement in Service

IBC Nurses for Tomorrow Scholarship

Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship

Sigma Theta Tau

Certifications 
Registered Nurse: RN610018, State of Pennsylvania
American Heart Association BLS for Health Care Providers (CPR & AED)
American Council on Exercise Certified Personal Trainer