Lori Liebl, Ph.D., RN, CNE
Clinical Assistant Professor
School of Nursing
PhD, University of Nebraska Medical Center
MS, Regis University
BSN, Regis University
RN, Covenant School of Nursing
- KU faculty since 2017
- Member of American Nurses Association, Association of Community Health Nursing Educators, Association for Nursing Professional Development Kansas Nurses Association, Midwest Nursing Researcher Society, National League for Nurses, Sigma Theta Tau Delta Chapter, The Council for the Advancement of Nursing, Western Institute of Nursing
- Peer reviewer American Journal of Health Behavior and The Journal of Clinical Nursing
- Areas of Research Interests include Nursing Professional Development and Education; Interprofessional Health Education; Health Literacy
Academic Program Affiliations
- Master of Science
- Doctor of Nursing Practice
Current Areas of Teaching
- NRSG 829 Public Health Nursing Practicum
- NRSG 871 Curriculum/Program Planning and Evaluation
Select Publications and Presentations
- Liebl, L., Barnason, S., & Brage-Hudson, D. (2016). Awakening: A qualitative study on maintaining weight loss after bariatric surgery. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25 (7-8), 951-61. doi: 10.1111/jocn.13129
- Liebl, L. (2016). Cost-effective recruitment and retention strategies for rural adult subjects. Podium Presentation at the Forty-Ninth Annual Western Institute of Nursing Research Conference, Anaheim, CA.
- Liebl, L. (2016). Post-bariatric surgical support systems: Roles, dynamics, and influences. Poster presented at the Seventh Annual International Obesity & Chronic Diseases Research Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
- Liebl, L. (2015). Maintaining weight loss after bariatric surgery. Podium Presentation at the Fourth Annual International Research Conference on Obesity and Weight Management, Atlanta, GA.doi:10.4172/2165-7904.c1.020
- Liebl, L., & Hulme, P. (2013). Experiences Related to Maintaining Weight Loss: A Review and Synthesis of Qualitative Research. Poster presented at the Thirty-Seventh Annual Research Conference of the Midwest Nursing Research Society, Chicago, IL.