Denise Kent, PhD, RN, APN

  • Clinical Faculty
Bio

Dr. Kent has been a faculty member at the College of Nursing since 2005. Dr. Kent has a passion for teaching. She has taught in a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses at the college. Dr. Kent's area of research is young adults with Type I Diabetes and is particularly interested in conducting web based research.

Current Area of Teaching

Nursing Research and Statistics using Evidence Based Practice
Physical Assessment
Clinical Synthesis-Final Practicum

Selected Publications

Kent, D., Berger, B., Collins, E., Gallo, A., Penckofer, S., and Quinn, L. Factors that Impact Quality of Life in Young Adults with T1DM. Poster Presentation American Diabetes Association, June 2012.

Kent, D., Berger, B., Collins, E., Gallo, A., Penckofer, S., and Quinn, L. Leveraging Technology in Young Adults with T1DM. Poster Presentation MNRS Annual Meeting, March 2013.

Kent, D., Berger, B., Collins, E., Gallo, A., Penckofer, S., and Quinn, L. Psychosocial Factors in Young Adults with T1DM. Poster Presentation University of Illinois Diabetes Research Symposium, October 2013.

Shin, H., Kent, D., Martyn-Nemeth, P., Park, C., and Quinn, L. Quality of Life in Young Adults with Newly Diagnosed T1DM, American Diabetes Association, June 2014.

Current Research

Young Adults with Type I Diabetes
Web-based Research Methodologies