Kathryn Barnard, a pioneer in infant mental health, dies #
UW nursing scientist’s findings changed the way that healthcare providers evaluate and treat children #
Dr. Kathryn E. Barnard, UW School of Nursing professor emeritus and eponymous founder of the school’s Barnard Center on Infant Mental Health and Development, died June 27. She was 77.
Barnard was an internationally recognized pioneer in the field of infant mental health, which studies the social and emotional development of children during the first five years of life. She was a renowned researcher, teacher and innovator.
You can read more about Kathryn Barnard, her accomplishments and the many lives she touched, on the University of Washington Health Sciences news site.