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Dr. Sabrina Robinson and Kristina Tatum

Dr. Sabrina Robinson and Kristina TatumOn Oct. 2, 2018, Diversity Dialogues featured Sabrina Robinson, Ph.D., and Kristina Tatum, M.S., on the topic "Understanding Micro-Aggressions."

Sabrina Robinson, Ph.D., MPH, MS, ARNP, FNP-BC, is an assistant professor in the APRN program in NSU's Ron and Kathy Assaf College of Nursing. She is a practicing family nurse practitioner. She has practiced in a variety of settings such as primary care, corrections, home health, community health, and GI to name a few. She currently practices at the crisis center as a sexual assault examiner. Robinson earned her bachelor’s, master’s, masters of public health, and doctoral degrees from the University of South Florida. She is currently pursuing a master’s of business administration in healthcare management. She has multiple scholarly interests. Some of her research interests are childhood obesity, weight stigma, diversity in nursing, bias and microaggressions, and recruitment and retention of diverse nursing faculty. Her dissertation research focused on the psychosocial outcomes of weight stigma among college students. She has published on obesity and presented on diversity issues in nursing and weight stigma. Robinson is part of a cervical cancer screening research study and working on several publications currently. She seeks to replicate her dissertation research shortly. She is dedicated to promoting diversity and an inclusive culture and environment that celebrates all individuals.

Kristina Tatum, M.S., is a doctoral student in the NSU College of Psychology's Clinical Psychology program and the president of the college's Ethnic Minority Association of Graduate Students (EMAGS). Tatum earned a Bachelor's degree in psychology from Hampton University, and Master's degree in Health Psychology at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. Her research interests include working with underserved racial/ethnic minority youth. Her current research focuses on racial/ethnic minority parents’ perceptions of the school-based Body Mass Index screenings. Additionally, she works on a community-based grant-funded health initiative aimed to develop evidence-based solutions to pediatric obesity in racial/ethnic minority populations. Tatum is committed to increasing cultural awareness and opportunities that bring people together.

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