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overview Dr. Regan Marsh is the Senior Technical Lead for Partners In Health's US Public Health Accompaniment Unit, Director of Clinical Systems for PIH and Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School. She works as clinical faculty in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, where she co-leads the Health Equity Committee. Dr. Marsh has served as a leader throughout the COVID-19 response, building on her experiences with building health systems to improve health equity during and following the Haitian earthquake (2010) and the West African Ebola response. Dr. Marsh has worked with PIH since 2008, in Malawi, Haiti, Sierra Leone, Rwanda and Liberia. In Haiti, she helped open the University Hospital at Mirebalais, and then served as Director of Emergency Medicine. There, her team started the first Emergency Medicine residency in the history of Haiti, now in its sixth year. In 2014, during the Ebola epidemic, she served as medical director for PIH, leading the transition from emergency response to health systems strengthening. Currently, she is the PI on a grant to strengthen human resources for health in Liberia, as well as focusing on the creation of hospital-based quality standards for clinical operations across PIH's sites. With the COVID-19 pandemic, she served the Director of Medical Operations for Boston Hope, providing technical support for the opening and initial operations of the 1000-bed COVID field hospital. She is now the Senior Technical Lead for PIH's US Public Health Accompaniment Unit, focused on implementing community-based response solutions to stop transmission of disease and improve equity by supporting the most marginalized communities, working directly with over 15 cities, counties and states, as well as on policy, advocacy and knowledge dissemination. Dr. Marsh received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University and her medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania's School of Medicine. She competed emergency medicine training at the Harvard-Affiliated Emergency Medicine residency at the Brigham and Women's and Massachusetts General Hospitals, and received a Master of Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health.
preferred title Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
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Academic Article Measuring access to emergency obstetric care in rural Zambia.
Academic Article Back to the bedside: the 8-year evolution of a resident-as-teacher rotation.
Academic Article Multisystem organ failure.
Concept Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome
Concept Emergency Medical Services
Concept Emergency Service, Hospital
Academic Article Characteristics that distinguish adolescents who present to a children's hospital emergency department from those presenting to a general emergency department.
Academic Article Strengthening emergency care: experience in central Haiti.
Academic Article A research agenda for acute care services delivery in low- and middle-income countries.
Academic Article Emergency department quality and safety indicators in resource-limited settings: an environmental survey.
Academic Article Strengthening Health Systems While Responding to a Health Crisis: Lessons Learned by a Nongovernmental Organization During the Ebola Virus Disease Epidemic in Sierra Leone.
Academic Article Evaluation of the implementation of the South African Triage System at an academic hospital in central Haiti.
Academic Article Global Emergency Medicine: A Review of the Literature From 2016.
Academic Article Gaps in physical access to emergency care in sub-Saharan Africa.
Academic Article Addressing the immediate need for emergency providers in resource-limited settings: the model of a six-month emergency medicine curriculum in Haiti.
Academic Article Epidemiology of traumatic injuries presenting to an ED in Central Haiti: a retrospective cohort study.
Academic Article Emergency Department Design in Low- and Middle-Income Settings: Lessons from a University Hospital in Haiti.
Academic Article Response by Eberly et al to Letter Regarding Article, "Identification of Racial Inequities in Access to Specialized Inpatient Heart Failure Care at an Academic Medical Center".
Academic Article Global Emergency Medicine: A Review of the Literature From 2015.
Academic Article Global emergency medicine: a review of the literature from 2013.
Academic Article Global emergency medicine: a review of the literature from 2014.
Academic Article Protocolized emergency department observation care improves quality of ischemic stroke care in Haiti.
Award or Honor Receipt Community Service Award
Award or Honor Receipt Humanitarian Service Award
Award or Honor Receipt Academy for Women in Academic Emergency Medicine, Hidden Gem Award
Academic Article Addressing gender inequities: Creation of a multi-institutional consortium of women physicians in academic emergency medicine.
Academic Article Facing COVID-19 in Liberia: Adaptations of the Resilient and Responsive Health Systems Initiative.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.