Kristin E. Knutzen currently studies provider decision making for critically ill patients receiving end-of-life care. Working with Professor Amber Barnato, she focuses on provider social norms and decision making heuristics.
Previously, Knutzen studied nicotine and tobacco with Associate Professor Samir Soneji, including product marketing via hip-hop music videos, youth and minority engagement with online media and advertisements, and e-cigarette flavor preferences among youth and adults.
While working on her master's degree, Knutzen developed an intervention to increase HPV vaccination rates through beauty salons in predominantly black and African-American neighborhoods. She also helped design a Dartmouth undergraduate course on community health and wellness.
Knutzen received her MPH from The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, and her BA in Neuroscience from Middlebury College.
Soneji S, Knutzen KE, Moran MB
Tob Induc Dis|2019
Soneji S, Knutzen KE, Tan ASL, Moran MB, Yang J, Sargent J, Choi K
Addict Behav|2019 Aug
Soneji SS, Knutzen KE, Villanti AC
Public Health Rep|2019 May/Jun
Knutzen KE, Moran MB, Soneji S
JAMA Intern Med|2018 Dec 1
Soneji S, Yang J, Moran MB, Tan ASL, Sargent J, Knutzen KE, Choi K
Nicotine Tob Res|2019 Jun 21