Empowering Women Through Emergency Care Development (GEMA Sponsored)

  • Jennifer Newberry, MD, JD

  • Kelli-Olaughlin-2

    Kelli O'Laughlin, MD, MPH

    Dr. O'Laughlin is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Global Health at the University of Washington (UW). After Emergency Medicine residency training at UCLA, she was faculty in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. She was also a Research Scientist at the Medical Practice Evaluation Center at Massachusetts General Hospital. She joined the University of Washington in 2019 where she has continued her global health research focused on assessing the health needs of refugee populations and on designing and evaluating refugee-specific interventions to improve care. Recent work includes evaluating an intervention to improve engagement in HIV care for refugees living in Nakivale Refugee Settlement in Uganda (PI, K23MH108440) and investigating an interactive voice response telephone-based COVID-19 symptom and exposure surveillance tool among refugees in Uganda (PI, Elrha/R2HC). She is also studying assisted partner notification for HIV among refugees in West Nile Uganda using an implementation science approach as well as the impact of mobility on HIV care engagement among refugees in Uganda (PI, UW/Fred Hutch Center for AIDS Research).
  • Jennifer Chan, MD, MPH

  • Frida Shayo, MD

  • Catherine A. Staton, MD

  • Janis Tupesis, MD