With an attention to details, Dr. Moen strives to provide evidence-based care to the tiniest of patients in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. She believes it is important to care not only for the infant, but the infant’s family as well. Dr. Moen is deeply humbled by the trust families put in the medical team to care for their child, and this motivates her to provide each infant with the highest standard of care.
Dr. Moen’s research interest is in neurodevelopmental and psychological outcomes of children who were cared for in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit along with family functioning and health-related quality of life for these children and their families. During her fellowship training, she was able to share her research at several national conferences.
I am interested in improving the bereavement care we provide to families who have suffered an infant loss in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. During my fellowship training, my work focused on improving contact between neonatologists and families after an infant death. I was privileged to share the outcomes of this project at several conferences.
Dr. Moen and her husband Nathan are both from North Dakota and have family that lives in the area. In her spare time she enjoys running and training for half and full marathons, attending the symphony, snowmobiling, spending time with family, traveling, cooking and trying new recipes.