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Frances Hardin-Fanning PhD, RN
Assistant Professor

Frances Hardin-Fanning received her associate degree in nursing from Morehead State University in 1997, where she received the Outstanding ADN Graduate award. She received a Master of Science degree from the University of Kentucky in 2005 and received the UK College of Nursing Alumni Association graduate student award. She completed her PhD in nursing and received the James S. Brown Graduate Student award for her dissertation research related to nutrition in Eastern Kentucky. Dr. Hardin-Fanning has worked in critical and emergency care since 1998 and has taught at the University since 2005. In 2009 she received the College of Nursing’s Louise Zeeger Nursing Faculty Award. She is currently a faculty senator, the faculty advisor for the College of Nursing ROTC cadets, and advisor to the Undergraduate Nursing Activities and Advisory Council.

Contact Information

Phone: (859) 257-4866

Fax: (859) 323-1057

Email: fdbowe2@uky.edu

Office: 439 COLLEGE OF NURSING

Education

PhD, University of Kentucky College of Nursing, 2011
MSN, University of Kentucky College of Nursing, 2005
BS, University of Kentucky College of Nursing, 2004
AS, Morehead State University, 1997
AS, Morehead State University, 1981

Interests

Dietary patterns and cardiovascular disease prevention

CV

Dr. Fran Hardin-Fanning's CV

Publications

Hardin-Fanning, F. Witt, C. D. Bonifer, K. Buchana, N. Derifield, S. Paver, J. Shepherd, D. Yount, M. Qualitative results of meal make-over contest narratives following a nutrition intervention in rural Appalachia. (2016), Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 48 (7), S29.

Hardin-Fanning, F. Rayens, M. K. Food cost disparities in rural communities. (2015), Health Promotion Practice 16 (6), 383-391.

Hardin-Fanning, F. Rayens, M. K. Nutritional quality, geographic location and food costs. (2014), Health Promotion & Practice

Hardin-Fanning, F. Gokun, Y. Gender and age are associated with healthy food purchases via grocery voucher redemption. (2014), Journal of Rural & Remote Health 14 (3), 2830.

Hardin-Fanning, F. Adherence to a Mediterranean diet in a rural Appalachian food desert. (2013), Journal of Rural and Remote Health 13 (1), 2293.

Presentations

Hardin-Fanning, F., Witt, C. D., Rayens, M. K. 2017, July. Factors associated with food insecurity in rural Central Appalachia. Nutrition Education and Behavior International Research Conference, Nutrition Education and Behavior International Research, Washington, DC United States.

Grubbs, A., Hardin-Fanning, F. 2016, October. Transitioning Medic-Trained Veterans into the Nursing Profession. Joining Forces to Restore Lives. International Nursing Research, Education, and Practice Conference in Veterans Health, Tampa, FL United States.

Welsh, J., Grubbs, A. B., Walmsley, L. A., Fugate, S. J., Cowley, J. B., Hardin-Fanning, F. 2016, November. Academic support strategies for MedVet-BSN students. Kentucky Nurses Association Convention 2016, Kentucky Nurses Association, Louisville, KY United States.

Wilson, R., Ballard-Grubbs, A., Wiggins, A., Hardin-Fanning, F. 2016, May. Inclement weather policies at indoor pools impact safety and physical activity levels. Barnstable Brown Obesity/Diabetes Research Day, Lexington, KY United States.

Hardin-Fanning, F., Witt, C. D., Bonifer, K., Buchanan, N., Derifield, S., Paver, J., Shepherd, D., Yount, M., Spicer, A. 2016, July. Qualitative results of meal make-over contest narratives following a nutrition intervention in rural Appalachia. Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior Conference, San Diego, CA United States.

Grants

UK College of Nursing MedVet to BSN Option
Project Period: Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Total Award: $627,041
Sponsor: Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
Interventions in Nutrition Education and Skills (K award)
Project Period: Friday, April 18, 2014
Total Award: $368,888
Sponsor: NIH NINR