Evidence Based Global Emergency Medicine Podcast

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Chris A. Rees, MD, MPH is a fellow in the International Pediatric Emergency Medicine program at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He is also currently serving as a chief fellow in the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Boston Children's Hospital. His clinical interests include providing excellent care for ill and injured children in the emergency department both in the United States and overseas. Chris's research interests include identifying and reducing mortality among children in sub-Saharan Africa throughout the continuum of care and developing evidence on research capacity building and improved academic collaboration in low- and middle-income countries

Anjni Joiner, DO, MPH is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Duke University School of Medicine. She completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at Duke University followed by a fellowship in Emergency Medical Services at Emory University School of Medicine. During her time at Emory, she also completed a Masters of Public Health with a focus in Global Epidemiology and a certificate in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies from the Rollins School of Public Health. She currently serves as medical director of Durham County Emergency Medical Services. Her interests are in improving access to care for emergency conditions and developing prehospital systems and training in low-resource settings, with particular interests in Eswatini and Tanzania.

Jon Strong MD, MPH

Johnis a Global Emergency Medicine Fellow at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He completed his MD at the University of Wisconsin, his MPH at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and his EM residency at the University of Maryland where he served as chief resident. His prior work in global health has focused on field epidemiology in humanitarian emergencies and medical education in resource-limited settings. 

J. Austin Lee, MD MPH 

Austin is currently chief resident in Emergency Medicine at the University of Virginia. He completed his MPH at the George Washington University and worked for several years in international health focused on neglected tropical diseases and next-generation typhoid vaccines. He has also done field work in public health and clinical medicine in both Guatemala and Kenya. He attended the Indiana University School of Medicine