Wendy Born, PhD
KUMC-Clinical Assistant Professor
Dr. Born joined the Department of Family Medicine in 2011 as a Clinical Assistant Professor. Prior to joining the KU faculty, she was an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Baker University. Dr. Born has a career-long interest in marginalized populations and improving care for the underserved. She has specialized clinical experience in anxiety disorders, health psychology, adjustment to chronic illness, geropsychology, and palliative care.
- Born W., Engelman K., Greiner K., Bhattacharya S., Hall S., Hou Q., Ahluwalia J. (2009) Colorectal cancer screening, perceived discrimination, and low-income and trust in doctors: a survey of minority patients. BMC public health. 9: 363.
- Pulvers K.M., Kaur H., Nollen N.L., Greiner K.A., Befort C.A., Hall S., Born W., Fitzgibbon M.L., Ahluwalia J.S. (2008) Comparison of body perceptions between obese primary care patients and physicians: implications for practice. Patient education and counseling. 1: 73-81.
- Greiner K.A., Born W., Hall S., Hou Q., Kimminau K.S., Ahluwalia J.S. (2008) Discussing weight with obese primary care patients: physician and patient perceptions. Journal of general internal medicine. 5: 581-7.
Feb 17, 2014