Jonas V Nurse Leader Scholar

Kelly Roe, MS, FNP-BC

University of Michigan
PhD Student

Ms. Kelly Roe is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner and Adjunct Clinical Instructor in Michigan. In her pursuit of growth as a clinician, educator, and scholar, she recently acquired a new role as an emerging nurse researcher in the PhD program at the University of Michigan. Ms. Roe has over 9 years of experience in the nursing field, including intensive care across the entire age spectrum. In her current role, she provides primary care and health education for patients managing chronic diseases at a clinic located in the Metro Detroit area. Ms. Roe received her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Wayne State University and a Master’s of Science from the University of Michigan. In 2012, she achieved certification in her specialty as a Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN) by American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN). She also received a Graduate certificate in Teaching in Health Care Systems from Eastern Michigan University. In striving to provide the best health care possible, Ms. Roe believes in a comprehensive and holistic approach individualized to each patient’s particular needs. Her philosophy of care is to cultivate a professional environment where each patient receives focused attention and is given exceptional care. To this end, her long-term research interests involve improved psychosocial health for women surviving breast cancer. Ms. Roe is actively involved with a team researching mind-body therapies for management of persistent oncology symptoms. She has presented on this topic with poster presentations and collaborated on publications in peer-reviewed nursing journals.