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Dr. Jennifer A. Newberry is a Associate Professor at Stanford University. She earned her law degree and medical degree from the University of Chicago. After graduating from residency at Stanford, she completed a fellowship in Social Emergency Medicine and Population Health. Dr. Newberry’s interest in social justice and popluation health led to her work in global health, gender-based violence, and emergency medicine. . Dr. Newberry’s current research seeks to understand how to strengthen crisis support systems s for women experiencing gender-based violence and/or other medical emergencies.
Analysis of prospectively collected real-time data from EMS runs to identify epidemiology of emergency medical conditions and care in the prehospital setting.
1) Retrospective analysis of a women's helpline using traditional qualitative methods and AI; 2) In-depth interviews with helpline users to understand help seeking choices, service expectations, and needs
Analysis of a transport of pediatric patients across several states in India from 2013-2015
Interests include global emergency medicine research, emergency obstetric and neonatal care in low- and middle-income countries, gender-based violence, and the intersection of emergency medicine, social justice, and development goals.