Clinical Assistant Professor

Dr. Christina Harlow moved to Vermont from Colorado in 2014 and has been working at UVM since fall 2017. Dr. Harlow loves her kids, traveling and playing outside. She spent the first 10 years of her adult life as a river and mountain bike guide, coming to nursing in her late 20’s. She loves teaching and spends most of her clinic days in primary care precepting students. She works part-time in primary care and is on various committees dedicated to improving different primary care issues.

Publications

  • Harlow, C. (2013) A Critical Analysis of Healing Touch for Depression and Anxiety. Doctoral Dissertation. University of Arizona open repository

Associations and Affiliations

  • American Nurses Association
  • The Vermont Nurse Practitioners Association
  • Gifford Medical Center

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Primary care, integrative medicine, depression and anxiety in primary care

Education

  • D.N.P.; University of Arizona
  • M.S., Nursing; University of Arizona
  • B.S., Nursing; Colorado Mesa University

Contact

Courses Taught

  • GRNS 300 - Professional Nursing Issues
  • GRNS 407, 408 - Optimizing Health and Practicum
  • GRNS 414, 416 - Primary Care Management of Acute and Common Health Conditions and Practicum