July 25, 2017

Keneshia Bryant-Moore, Ph.D., RN, FNP-BC

Keneshia Bryant-Moore
Associate Professor, Assistant Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
 

Education

2008 PhD Doctorate of Philosophy in Nursing, Azusa Pacific University, CA
2002 MSN Family Nurse Practitioner, Duke University
1999 BS Healthcare Administration, University of Michigan-Flint
1999 BSN Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of Michigan-Flint

Research Interests

Faith-based interventions for overall health, mental health, stress management, and depression

Courses Taught

  • HBHE 5105: Introduction to Research Methods in Public Health
  • HBHE 6120: Introduction to Mixed-Methods Research Design
  • NUSC 6233 Qualitative Research Methodology
  • NUSC 3313 Health Assessment
  • NUSC 3305 Foundations of Professional Nursing I
  • NUSC 4435 Leadership and Management

Recent Publications

Bryant-Moore, K., Pettey Bricker, C., Haynes, T., Ounpraseuth, S., Yeary, K., Turner, J., Smith, J., Kuo, D., Harris, K., Stewart, M.K. & Sullivan, G. (Under Review). Hypertension among the African American Faith Community in the Arkansas Delta. Journal of Religion and Health

Haynes, T., Yeary, K., Turner, J., Smith, J., Curran, G., Bryant-Moore, K., Ounpraseuth, S., Kramer, T., Harris, K., Hutchins, E. (2018) Reducing Depressive Symptoms through Behavioral Activation in Churches: A Hybrid-2 randomized effectiveness-implementation design. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 64, 22-29.

Bryant, K., Matthews, E., & DeClerk, L. (2017). The Integration of Service Learning into a Doctoral Level Qualitative Research Methodology Course. Nurse Educator. DOI: 10.1097/.0000000000000387

Haynes, T., Cheney, A., Sullivan, G., Bryant, K., Curran, G., Olson, M., Cottoms, N., & Reaves, C. (2017). Addressing Mental Health Needs: Perspectives from African Americans Living in the Rural South. Psychiatric Services, 68(6), 573-578.

Turner, J., Smith, J., Yeary, K., Haynes, T., Bryant, K., Kuo, D., Stewart, K., Harris, K., Lovelady, N., McCoy, S. & Sullivan, G. (2017). Community Building Community: The distinct benefits of community partners building other communities’ capacity to conduct health research. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 11(1), 81-86.

Bryant, K., Moore, T., Willis, N., & Hadden, K. (2015). Development of a Faith-based Stress Management intervention in a Rural African American Community. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action,9(3), 423-430.