Kimberly Hudson, PhD, MSW
CPHI Adjunct Fellow
Title: Assistant Professor & Faculty Fellow, New York University Silver School of Social Work
Public Health Interests:
LGBT health, qualitative health research, community health, perceptions of health and well-being
Current Public-Health Related Activities:
With a background in social work, I am dedicating to advancing health and well-being in urban communities impacted institutional oppression. I currently partner with a community health center in Brooklyn that offers services in an inclusive and respectful space. Supported by NYU and the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, we are collaborating on a research and evaluation study examining patients' ideas of health, focusing specifically on LGBT health and queer health politics. I use critical feminist and critical race frameworks in my research, and integrate them into my approach to teaching future social and health services practitioners.
Hudson, K.D., & Mehrotra, G. (2015). Locating queer mixed experience(s): Narratives of geography and migration. Qualitative Social Work, 14(5), 651-669.
Self, J.M., & Hudson, K.D. (2015). Dangerous waters and brave space: A critical feminist inquiry of campus LGBTQ centers. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 27(2), 216-245.
Moore, M., Robinson, G., Mink, R., Hudson, K.D., Dotolo, D., Gooding, T., Ramirez, A., Zatzick, D., Giordano, J., Crawley, D., & Vavilala, M. (2015). Developing a family-centered care model for critical care after pediatric traumatic brain injury. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. 16(8), 758-765.
Hudson, K.D. (2015). Toward a conceptual framework for understanding community belonging and well-being: A queer-mixed perspective. Journal of Community Practice, 23(1), 27-50.