Halima Al-Khattab is an experienced health behavior researcher and community leader with a demonstrated history of working in academic, clinical, and community settings. Al-Khattab is skilled in nonprofit management, mental health, community-based participatory research, clinical nursing science, community outreach/education, adolescent health, qualitative methods, and health disparities. She is a strong research professional with post-graduate certificates in Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner across the lifespan and Health Innovation and Implementation.
PhD, Nursing Science, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis
B. Draucker, D. S. Martsolf, S. Crane, A. L. McCord, L. Romero, and H. A. Al-Khattab, “A Feasibility Test of an Online Intervention to Prevention Dating Violence in Emerging Adults,” Archives of Psychiatric Nursing 33, no. 1 (2019): 37–45.
S. Knopf, K. R. McNealy, H. Al-Khattab, L. Carter-Harris, U. M. Oruche, V. Naanyu, and C. B. Draucker, “Sexual Learning among East African Adolescents in the Context of Generalized HIV Epidemics: A Systematic Qualitative Meta-Synthesis,” PloS one 12, no. 3 (2017), e0173225.
H. Al-Khattab, U. Oruche, D. Perkins, and C. Draucker, “How African American Adolescents Manage Depression: Being with Others.” Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association 22, no. 5 (2016): 387–400.