Dr. Dahlem is a family family nurse practitioner whose clinical focus has been delivering primary care services for vulnerable populations particularly for people experiencing homelessness and people who use drugs. Dr. Dahlem's research focuses on developing innovative models of care through community-engaged research to increase access to naloxone distribution and connect people to recovery support and treatment services post-overdose. She is also a co-inventor of Rapid Assessment for Adolescent Preventive Services (RAAPS), which is used worldwide as a clinical tool for adolescent risk assessment.
- Ph.D., Nursing, University of Michigan
- M.S., Community Health Nursing, University of Michigan
- B.S.N., Nursing, Wayne State University
- B.S., Nutritional Science, Iowa State University