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Kylie Hall, MPH

CIRE Project Coordinator
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Kylie.Hall@ndsu.edu 


Kylie Hall is a Project Coordinator in the North Dakota State University Department of Public Health Center for Immunization Research and Education (CIRE). She joined the NDSU Department of Public Health in 2015. Her work has encompassed many vaccine topics, including immunization policy and practice, communication strategies to address vaccine hesitancy at the medical encounter, immunization improvement strategies, immunization data evaluation, immunization disparities, and most recently has been working on COVID-19 vaccine planning and operations with the North Dakota Department of Health. 

She completed her Master’s Degree in Public Health from North Dakota State University in August 2015, where she specialized in the Management of Infectious Disease. She received a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from NDSU in 2013.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons. Kylie is happy to report that they are all fully vaccinated. 

Professional Societies

2016- present, The North Dakota Public Health Association 

Awards 

2017 and 2020, NDSU Staff Recognition Award 

Grant Funding

Prevent Cancer Foundation Community Grants: Evidence Based Promotion of 2016, HPV Vaccination at the Medical Encounter, $25,000 

Publications 

Dybsand L, Hall K, Ulven J, Carson P. Improving Provider Confidence in Addressing the Vaccine-Hesitant Parent: A Pilot Project of Two Contrasting Communication Strategies. Clinical Pediatrics 2020 Jan; 59(1):87-91.   

Dybsand L, Hall K, Carson P. Immunization Attitudes, Opinions and Knowledge of Healthcare Professional Students at Two Midwestern Universities in the United States. BMC Medical Education 2019; 19(242). 

Hall K, Howell M, Jansen R, Carson P. Enforcement Associated with Higher School-Reported Immunization Rates. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2017; 53(6): 892-897. 

Presented Posters and Abstracts 

Carson P, Dybsand L, Ulven J, Hall K. Provider Confidence and Satisfaction with Communication Strategies to Address Vaccine Hesitancy. Oral Presentation, North Dakota Immunization Conference, Bismarck, ND, July 2018.  

Carson P, Dybsand L, Ulven J, Hall K. Provider Confidence and Satisfaction with Communication Strategies to Address Vaccine Hesitancy. Poster Presentation, Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health, Grand Forks, ND, June 2018. 

Carson P, Dybsand L, Ulven J, Hall K. Provider Confidence and Satisfaction with Communication Strategies to Address Vaccine Hesitancy. Oral Presentation, CDC National Immunization Conference, Atlanta, GA, May 2018.  

Carson P, Dybsand L, Ulven J, Hall K. Provider Confidence and Satisfaction with Communication Strategies to Address Vaccine Hesitancy. Poster Presentation, American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference, Chicago, IL, Sept 2017. 

Hall K, Howell M, Schwartz A, Pinnick D, Fix N, Gold A, Jansen R, Carson PJ.  Major recommendations from a comprehensive study to improve school immunization rates in North Dakota.  Oral presentation, 47th  National Immunization Conference, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA, Sept 2016. 

Hall K, Howell M, Schwartz A, Jansen R, Carson PJ.  School enforcement of state immunization requirements leads to increases in immunization rates in North Dakota.  Oral presentation, 47th  National Immunization Conference, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA, Sept 2016. 

Hall K, Howell M, Schwartz A, Pinnick D, Fix N, Gold A, Jansen R, Carson PJ.  Immunization and Exemption Policies and Practices in North Dakota: A Comprehensive Review and Recommendations for Improvement.  Oral presentation, North Dakota Immunization Conference, Bismarck, ND, August 2016. 

Accepted Posters and Abstracts 

Hall K, Howell M, Swartz S, Unger L, Woinarowicz M, Carson P. High Rates of HPV Vaccination in Rural North Dakota. Oral presentation, National Immunization Conference, Atlanta, GA, May 2020. Canceled due to COVID-19.  

Technical and Solicited Publications (Non Peer-Reviewed) 

Hall K, Pinnick D, Fix N, Jansen R, Gold A, Carson P. Immunization and Exemption Policies and Practices in North Dakota: A Comprehensive Review and Recommendations for Improvement. North Dakota State University Center for Immunization Research and Education, Fargo, ND, June 2016.

 

 


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