Eve-Lynn Nelson, PhD, LP, FATA
Eve-Lynn Nelson graduated from the University of Missouri with honors in Psychology. She attended University of Kansas for her PhD in Clinical Psychology (health focus), and completed her psychology internship at University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital in Florida. After an outreach fellowship at University of Kansas Medical Center, she accepted a faculty position at the University of Kansas Medical Center in the Department of Pediatrics in 2003.
Education and Training
- BA, Univ. of Missouri-Kansas City
- MA, Univ. of Kansas
- PhD, Univ. of Kansas
- Post Doctoral Fellowship, Outreach Psychology, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kansas
Licensure, Accreditations & Certifications
- Licensed Psychologist, KSBSRB
Dr. Nelson's research has focused on evaluation of evidence-supported, patient-centered approaches in underserved communities, including evaluation of the array of videoconferencing technologies to deliver clinical and educational programming. She pioneered school-based telebehavioral health from 1999-present, including her current Telehealth ROCKS/KanAWARE initiatives. Currently federally funded at $14 million, she has served as Principal Investigator and evaluator on numerous federal and foundation-funded programs, across child telebehavioral topics (e.g., ADHD, depression, autism, trauma), pediatrics (e.g., epilepsy, diabetes, medical complexity), lifespan (from telelactation to telehospice), and settings (e.g., school, primary care, home). She led development and dissemination of national child telebehavioral health guidelines, as well as contributing to NQF’s development of telehealth assessment frameworks.