Shannon Kathleen White
Asst Professor - Clin
CON Grad Prog & Admin Srvcs - 0038
Highly motivated, results-oriented, diversely experienced Family Nurse Practitioner committed to clinical excellence and the provision of proactive, age and developmentally appropriate family-centered care. Exceptional ability to multitask; managing numerous, often competing priorities while fostering effective, high quality, culturally sensitive, evidence-based care to each patient and family. Superior interpersonal, communication, relationship-building, presentation, and management reporting skills. Critical thinker with a strong background in interdisciplinary program planning, organizing, coordinating, directing and problem-solving.
Before earning her Doctor of Nursing Practice from Waynesburg University, Shannon White received both her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing from UC. Since 2007, White has been part of a multidisciplinary team in the Headache Center at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. She has helped to further develop the role of the nurse practitioner, has assisted in the development of a nurse practitioner managed acute care infusion unit for patients with an intractable migraine, presented on pediatric headache locally, nationally and internationally, and has been involved as a sub-investigator in numerous industry-sponsored and investigator initiated pediatric headache clinical trials.
Since 2021, she has been an Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati teaching in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program. Prior to that, she was Adjunct Faculty since 2019.
Peer Reviewed Publications
Kabbouche, M.A., Powers, S.W., Segers, A., LeCates, S., Manning, P., Cherney, S., Vaughan, P., Burdine, D., & Hershey, A.D (2009. ) Inpatient treatment of Inpatient Treatment of Status Migraine with Dihydroergotamine in Children and Adolescents.Headache, , 49 (1 ) ,106-9 More Information
Slater, S., Crawford, M.J., Kabbouche, M.A., Cherney, S., Vaughan, P., Segers, A., Manning, P., Burdine, D., Powers, S.W., & Hershey, A.D. (2009. ) Effects of Gender and Age on Paediatric Headache.Cephalalgia, , 29 (9 ) ,969-73 More Information
Cobb-Pitstick KM, Hershey AD, O’Brien HL, Kabbouche MA, LeCates SL, White S, Vaughan P, Manning P, Segers A, Bush J, Horn PS, Kacperski J. (2015. ) Factors influencing migraine recurrence after infusion and inpatient migraine treatment in children and adolescents. .Headache, , 55 (10 ) ,1397-1403 More Information
Martin VT, Allen JR, Houle TT, Powers SW, Kabbouche MA, O’Brien HL, Kacperski J, LeCates SL, White S, Vaughan P, Mandel K & Hershey AD. (2017. ) Age and Pubertal Development Moderate the Association between Ovarian Hormones and Headache Onset during Puberty in Girls with Migraine. .Cephalalgia, , 38 (4 ) , -707-717More Information
Orr, S, Kabbouche, MA; Horn, P, O’Brien, HL, Kacperski,J, LeCates, SL, White, S, Weberding, J, Miller, M, Powers, SW, Hershey, AD. (2018. ) Predictors of First-Line Treatment Success in Children and Adolescents Visiting an Infusion Center for Acute Migraine .Headache, , 58 (8 ) ,1194-1202 More Information
Orr, S, Turner, A; Kabbouche, MA; Horn, P; O’Brien, HL; Kacperski, J; LeCates, SL; White, S; Weberding, J; Miller, M; Powers, SW; Hershey, AD. (2019. ) Predictors of Short‐Term Prognosis While in Pediatric Headache Care: An Observational Study.Headache, , 59 (4 ) , -543-555More Information
Orr SL, Turner A, Kabbouche MA, Horn PS, Kacperski J, LeCates S, White S, Weberding J, Miller, MN, Powers SW, Hershey AD. (2020. ) The profile and prognosis of youth with status migrainosus: Results from an observational study .Headache, , 60 (5 ) , -878-888More Information