Devon Noonan
Associate Professor in the School of Nursing

Dr. Devon Noonan joined the School of Nursing faculty in 2013. She is a registered nurse and family nurse practitioner with over eight years of clinical practice in community health, occupational health, and pediatric/adolescent health settings. She received her BSN at Boston College, her MS in Nursing at Georgetown University, and her MPH and PhD at the University of Virginia.

Dr. Noonan’s research contributions have focused on understanding health behaviors and developing health behavior change interventions with the ultimate goal of reducing risk for chronic diseases including cancer and cardiovascular (CVD) in vulnerable populations. Her work has a strong focus on tobacco cessation interventions in vulnerable populations including veterans, blue collar workers, pregnant smokers, older adults and rural populations. This work focuses on a variety of important topics including work-place cessation interventions, mobile health interventions for pregnant smokers, older adults and rural populations, multiple health behavior change interventions for rural populations and factors associated with smoking and smoking cessation in veterans.

 

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