Dana Hagele, MD, MPH
Dana M. Hagele, MD, MPH is a graduate of the Gillings School of Global Public Health (Maternal and Child Health, 2000) and a board-certified child abuse pediatrician. In 2006, Dr. Hagele and colleagues from the Schools of Medicine at UNC-CH and Duke University, co-founded the North Carolina Child Treatment Program (NC CTP). Currently funded by the North Carolina General Assembly, NC CTP is an implementation platform for the statewide dissemination of evidence-based, child mental health treatment models, with a focus on clinical workforce development and systems-level services integration. In addition to her role as NC CTP Co-Director, Dr. Hagele serves as a consulting physician at a Child Advocacy Center in Burlington, NC.
Honors and AwardsRaleigh News and Observer Tarheel of the Week
2014, UNC-CHAlpha Omega Alpha National Medical Honor Society
1992, Rush Medical College, Chicago ILCum Laude, Medical Bacteriology
1991, Edinburgh University, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
2016–present North Carolina Administrative Offices of the Court, Raleigh, North Carolina; Workgroup, North Carolina Courts Human Trafficking Initiative
2009–present Ray Helfer Society Honorary Physician Child Abuse Society
2009–present North Carolina Child Advocacy Centers (NCCAC)
2007–present Nancye Fleming Markle Charitable Trust for Children
2000–present North Carolina Child Medical Evaluation Program
U.S. Copyright Registration No. TX8-156-498 for Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Fidelity Metric. (2015).
Fellowship, Preventive Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2001
MPH, Maternal and Child Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2000
N/A, Pediatric Residency, John H. Stroger Jr., Hospital of Cook County, Chicago, Illinois, 1999
BS, Medical Microbiology, Edinburgh University, 1991