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Kimberly May Humphrey, M.P.H.

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University of Adelaide, Adelaide, AustraliaMBBS (MD)2007Medicine
Royal Adelaide Hospital, Adelaide, AustraliaFACEM2018Specialist Residency in Emergency Medicine
James Cook University, Townsville, AustraliaMPHTM2019Public Health and Tropical Medicine
Australasian College of Medical Administration, AustraliaAFRACMA2019Associate Fellowship in Medical Administration
Australasian Institute of Digital Health, AustraliaCHIA2021Certified Health Informatician
Charles Darwin University, Darwin, AustraliaGradDipEMDM2022Disaster and Emergency Management
National Health Sector Women's Leadership Summit Scholarship
Alternate Candidate - Fulbright Anne Wexler Scholarship in Public Policy
College Dean Honour Roll (Outstanding Academic Excellence with Course GPA 6.0 or greater)

Dr. Kimberly Humphrey is a Fellow in Climate Change and Human Health at The Center for Climate, Health and the Global Environment at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, a Visiting Scholar at the Harvard FXB Center for Health and Human Rights, and an emergency medicine physician. Her research is solutions focused with an emphasis on the health impacts of climate change on individuals and communities, and involves community based interventions, public and preventative health approaches, and building of health system resiliency to enable better responses to climate related disasters and climate related health impacts.

She is a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Adelaide, Australia, a member of the Australasian College For Emergency Medicine (ACEM) Public Health and Disaster Committee since 2013, and the current Deputy Chair of the ACEM Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships, the College's council leading public health and climate change policy and advocacy. She is a member of the South Australian Board of the Medical Board of South Australia, and the national board of Doctors for the Environment Australia. Her most recent role prior to arriving in Boston has been serving under the Chief Public Health Officer for South Australia as the Public Health Medical Consultant for the Department for Health and Wellbeing, South Australian Government; in this role Kimberly led the COVID-19 testing program for South Australia, and the development of climate and health policy for the state.

Kimberly received her medical degree from the University of Adelaide and completed her emergency medicine residency at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. She has a Master in Public Health and Tropical Medicine from James Cook University, and numerous other postgraduate qualifications in clinical education, emergency and disaster management, medical administration, and health informatics.

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