Katelin Hoskins, PhD, MBE is a T32 postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine in the Center for Mental Health. Dr. Hoskins’ research is focused on improving the uptake of evidence-based practices in routine clinical care, with an emphasis on promoting ethical and equitable mental health care. Dr. Hoskins employs, constructs, and frameworks from the disciplines of nursing, implementation science, behavioral economics, and bioethics, coupled with qualitative methodology, to advance this scholarship. She is currently engaged in projects related to youth suicide prevention, with an emphasis on firearm safety promotion. Dr. Hoskins maintains an active clinical practice as a PMHNP at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in the Behavioral Health Integrated Program.
She received a PhD in Nursing from the University of Pennsylvania in 2020, where she was a Robert Wood Johnson Future of Nursing Scholar. She previously completed the psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP) program at Penn, in addition to a Master of Bioethics.