Get To Know Katie

Get To Know Katie

Get To Know Katie

Get To Know Katie

Dr. Kathryn (Katie) Hartlieb, PhD, RDN, is a nutrition and communication specialist and part time Assistant Professor at the Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine. She holds a doctorate in Nutrition and Food Science and is a registered dietitian nutritionist licensed in the State of Florida. As a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) since 2009, Katie loves exploring health behavior change with clients, learners, and organizations.
Her past research and consulting experiences include federally and privately funded projects empowering youth and families to achieve healthy lifestyles in the areas of nutrition, weight management, lactation, HIV, and substance use.
Katie teaches university-level nutrition and communication courses as well as tailored lectures and seminars for community organizations. She also specializes in Motivational Interviewing coaching and coding.
A south Florida transplant from the Midwest, Katie enjoys training for triathlons, experimenting in the kitchen, and boating with her husband and two children.
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Dr. Kathryn (Katie) Hartlieb, PhD, RDN, is a nutrition and communication specialist and part time Assistant Professor at the Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine. She holds a doctorate in Nutrition and Food Science and is a registered dietitian nutritionist licensed in the State of Florida. As a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) since 2009, Katie loves exploring health behavior change with clients, learners, and organizations.
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Her past research and consulting experiences include federally and privately funded projects empowering youth and families to achieve healthy lifestyles in the areas of nutrition, weight management, lactation, HIV, and substance use.
Katie teaches university-level nutrition and communication courses as well as tailored lectures and seminars for community organizations. She also specializes in Motivational Interviewing coaching and coding.
A south Florida transplant from the Midwest, Katie enjoys training for triathlons, experimenting in the kitchen, and boating with her husband and two children.
about_page
Dr. Kathryn (Katie) Hartlieb, PhD, RDN, is a nutrition and communication specialist and part time Assistant Professor at the Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine. She holds a doctorate in Nutrition and Food Science and is a registered dietitian nutritionist licensed in the State of Florida. As a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT) since 2009, Katie loves exploring health behavior change with clients, learners, and organizations.
Her past research and consulting experiences include federally and privately funded projects empowering youth and families to achieve healthy lifestyles in the areas of nutrition, weight management, lactation, HIV, and substance use.
Katie teaches university-level nutrition and communication courses as well as tailored lectures and seminars for community organizations. She also specializes in Motivational Interviewing coaching and coding.
A south Florida transplant from the Midwest, Katie enjoys training for triathlons, experimenting in the kitchen, and boating with her husband and two children.
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Doctorate of Philosophy, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

Major: Nutrition and Food Science, Focus: Pediatric Obesity    Minor: Psychology
Dissertation: Weight Status in African American female adolescents living in Detroit: Investigating the individual, parental and community factors

2008

Master of Science, Nutrition and Food Science, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

Thesis: Dietary Fiber and its Effects on Dietary Obesity in Rats

2004

Pediatric Nutrition Fellow

Children’s Hospital of Michigan, Detroit, MI

2004

Bachelors of Science, Magna Cum Laude, Dietetics, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

Commission on Dietetics Registration #: 924210; Florida License # ND 7865 (RDN/LDN)

2003

Motivational Interviewing Coder and Coding Team Co-Leader

Health Education & Training Institute, Portland, ME

2017 – Present

Part Time Assistant Professor, Humanities, Health & Society

Wertheim College of Medicine, Florida International University, Miami, FL

2016 – Present

President and Chief Executive Officer

Hartlieb Nutrition + Wellness, Inc., Deerfield Beach, FL

2016 – Present

Assistant Professor, Department of Dietetics and Nutrition

Florida International University, Miami, FL

2013 – 2016

Motivational Interviewing Trainer

Behavior Change Consultants (BCC), Clawson, MI

2009 – 2015

Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics

Pediatric Prevention Research Center, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI

2009 – 2013

Lecturer, Coordinated Program in Dietetics

Department of Nutrition and Food Science, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

2008 – 2009

Postdoctoral Fellow, Pediatric Obesity

Department of Nutrition and Food Science, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

2008 – 2009

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Department of Nutrition and Food Science, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

2004 – 2008

Clinical Dietitian

Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, Detroit, MI

2003 – 2005

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Commission on Dietetic Registration

Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers

Training of New Trainers (TNT), Sitges, Spain

Governor’s Board of Nutrition and Dietetics Regulation and Licensing

State of Michigan

Wayne State University School of Medicine

Medical Education Research Scholar

Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT)

TNT Support Trainer, Ft. Wayne, IN

Program Planning Committee Chair

MINT Annual Forum, Krakow, Poland

Program Planning Committee Chair

MINT Annual Forum, Atlanta, GA, USA

Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award

Association of Dietetic Graduate Students, FIU

Fellow

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (FAND)

Motivational Interviewing Across Cultures Committee

Co-Chair, MINT

Certified Lactation Consultant (CLC)

Certified Lifestyle Eating and Performance Therapist

Food Insensitivity Testing (CLT)

International Conference on Motivational Interviewing

Scientific Committee Member

  1. Buison, A., Pellizzon, M.A., Brogan, K.E., Barnes, M.J., and Jen, K-L. C. (2005) Weight cycling did not increase tumor incidence in high fat fed rats treated with a low-dose DMBA. Nutr Res. 25:1097-1108.
  2. Artiss, J.D., Brogan, K., Brucal, M., Moghaddam, M., Jen, K-L.C. (2006) The effects of a new soluble dietary fiber on weight gain and selected blood parameters in rats. Metabolism. 55:195-202.
  3. Jen, K-L.C., Brogan, K., Washington, OGM., Flack, J.M., & Artinian, N.T. (2007) Poor nutrient intake and high obese rate in an urban African American population with hypertension.J Am Coll Nutr.26:57-65.PMID: 17353584
  4. Naar-King, S., Ellis, D.A., Kolmodin, K., Cunningham, P., Jen, K-L. C., Saelens, B., & Brogan, K. (2009). A randomized pilot study of multisystemic therapy targeting obesity in African American adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health, 45(4), 417-419. PMID: 19766948
  5. Janisse, H., Cakan, N., Ellis D., & Brogan, K. (2011) Dietary vitamin D intake among high-risk adolescents with insulin dependent diabetes. Diabetes Educator. 37(2): 222-226. PMID: 21372095
  6. Shen, B., Lee, T., Janisse, H., Brogan, K., & Jen, C. (2012). African-American preschoolers’ physical activity levels in Head Start. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. 83 (2): 168-174. PMID: 22808702
  7. MacDonell, K., Brogan, K., Naar-King, S., Ellis, D., & Marshall, S. (2012) A Pilot Study of Motivational Interviewing Targeting Weight-Related Behaviors in Overweight or Obese African American Adolescents, Journal of Adolescent Health. 50(2):201-3. PMID: 22265118
  8. Chen, J., & Brogan, K. (2012) Developmental Trajectories of Overweight and Obesity of US Youth through the Life Course of Adolescence-Emerging Adulthood. Adolescent Health, Medicine and Therapeutics. 3: 33-42. PMID: 24600285
  9. Brogan, K. E., Idalski Carcone, A., Jen, K-L., Ellis, D. A., Marshall, S. & Naar-King, S. (2012) Factors Associated with Weight Resilience in Obesogenic Environments in African American Female Adolescents. J Acad Nutr Diet;112:718-724. PMID: 22709777
  10. Idalski Carcone, A., Naar-King, S., Brogan, K., Albrecht, T., Barton, E., Foster, T., Martin, T., & Marshall, S. (2013). Provider communication behaviors that predict motivation to change in black adolescents with obesity. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 34: 599-608. PMID: 24131883
  11. Brogan, K., Danford, C., Yeh, Y., Jen, K-L. C. (2014) Cardiovascular disease risk factors are elevated in urban minority children enrolled in Head Start. Childhood Obesity. 10:3. PMID: 24829071
  12. Kotov A, Idalski Carcone A, Dong M, Naar-King S, Brogan KE. (2014) Towards Automatic Coding of Interview Transcripts for Public Health Research. Proceedings of the Big Data Analytic Technology For Bioinformatics and Heath Informatics Workshop (KDD-BHI) in conjunction with ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining; New York, NY.
  13. Idalski Carcone, A,. Naar-King, S., Eggly, S., Foster, T., Albrecht, T., & Brogan, K. (2015) Comparing thin slices of verbal communication behavior of varying number and duration. Patient Education and Counseling. 98 (2): 150-155. PMID: 25441095
  14. Naar-King S, Ellis D, Idalski Carcone A, Templin T, Jacques-Tiura AJ, BroganHartlieb K, Cunningham, PB, & Jen, K-L. C. (2015) Sequential multiple assignment randomized trial (SMART) to construct weight loss interventions for African American adolescents.  Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. 1-14. PMID: 25668386
  15. Brogan Hartlieb, K., Jacques-Tiura, A., Naar-King, S., Ellis, D., Jen, K-L. C., & Marshall, S. (2015) Recruitment Strategies and the Retention of Obese Urban Racial/Ethnic Minority Adolescents in Clinical Trials: The FIT Families Project, Michigan, 2010–2014. Preventing Chronic Disease. 12:140409. PMID: 25695260
  16. Brogan Hartlieb K, Naar, S, Ledgerwood, DM, Templin, TN, Ellis DA, Donohue, B, Cunningham, PB. (2015) Contingency Management adapted for African-American adolescents with obesity enhances youth weight loss with caregiver participation: a multiple baseline pilot study. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health. ISSN (Online) 2191-0278, ISSN (Print) 0334-0139, DOI: 10.1515/ijamh-2015-0091, PMID: 26641960
  17. Jacques-Tiura, A.J., Idalski Carcone, A., Naar, S., Brogan Hartlieb, K., Albrecht, T.A., & Barton, E. (2016). Building motivation in African American caregivers of adolescents with obesity: Application of sequential analysis. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, Volume 42, Issue 2, 1 March 2017, Pages 131–141, https://doi.org/10.1093/jpepsy/jsw044
  18. Hasan M., Kotov A., Idalski Carcone A., Dong M., Naar S., Brogan Hartlieb K. A Study of the Effectiveness of Machine Learning Methods for Classification of Clinical Interview Fragments into a Large Number of Categories”, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, vol. 62, Aug 2016, pages 21-31, doi: 10.1016/j.jbi.2016.05.004. PMID: 27185608
  19. Brogan Hartlieb K, Engle B, Obeso V, Pedoussaut MA, Merlo LJ, Brown DR. Advanced patient-centered communication for health behavior change: motivational interviewing workshops for medical learners. MedEdPORTAL Publications. 2016;12:10455. http://dx.doi.org/10.15766/mep_2374-8265.10455
  20. Carcone AI, Jacques-Tiura AJ, Brogan Hartlieb KE, Albrecht T, Martin T. Effective Patient-Provider Communication in Pediatric Obesity. Pediatr Clin North Am. 2016 Jun;63(3):525-38. doi: 10.1016/j.pcl.2016.02.002. Review. PMID: 27261548
  21. Charvet A., Brogan Hartlieb K., Yeh Y., Jen KL. A comparison of snack serving sizes to USDA guidelines in healthy weight and oeverweight minority preschool children enrolled in Head Start. BMC Obesity. 2016 Aug 27;3(1):36. DOI: 10.1186/s40608-016-0116-2, PMID: 27602232
  22. Campbell-Voytal K, Hartlieb KB, Cunningham PB, Jacques-Tiura AJ, Ellis DA, Jen K LC and Naar S, Evaluation of an Evidence-Based Weight Loss Trial for Urban African American Adolescents and Caregivers. J Nutri Health, September 2017 Vol.:3, Issue:2
  23. Campbell-Voytal, KD, Brogan-Hartlieb, K, Cunningham, PB, Jacques-Tiura, AJ, Ellis, DA, Jen, KLC, Naar-King, S. African American Adolescent-Caregiver Relationships in a Weight Loss Trial. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 2017. DOI 10.1007/s10826-017-0920-4
  24. Brogan-Hartlieb, K., Ratcliff, M., Resnicow, K. Motivational Interviewing in Adolescent Weight Management. Adolesc Med 028 (2017) 270-284.
  25. Campbell-Voytal K, Hartlieb KB, Cunningham PB, Jacques-Tiura AJ, Ellis DA, Jen K LC and
Naar S, Evaluation of an Evidence-Based Weight Loss Trial for Urban African American Adolescents and Caregivers. J Nutri Health, 2017;3(2). PMID: 29520393
  26. Campbell-Voytal, K, Brogan-Hartlieb, K, Cunningham, PB, Jacques-Tiura, AJ, Ellis, DA, Naar, S. African American Adolescent-Caregiver Relationships in a Weight Loss Trial, Journal of Child and, Family Studies, 2017. 27(3), 835-842 DOI 10.1007/s10826-017-0920-4