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Margaret E. Johnson Baylson, MD, MPH

Margaret E. Johnson Baylson, MD, MPH

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine and Community Health
Department: Family Medicine and Community Health

Contact information
Penn Family Care
51 North 39th Street
6th Floor Andrew Mutch Bldg
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-662-8777
Fax: 215-243-3290
BA (Biology/Spanish)
University of Virginia, 2001.
MD (Medicine)
Jefferson Medical College, 2005.
MPH (Public Health)
University of Pennsylvania, 2010.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Family Medicine
Reproductive Health
Long-acting reversible contraception
Prenatal Care
Management of Miscarriage
Endometrial biopsy
Intrauterine Devices

Description of Other Expertise

Primary Care Graduate Medical Education

Selected Publications

Wilson, S; Tan, G; Baylson M; Schreiber, C: Controversies in family planning: How to manage a fractured IUD. Contraception 88(5): 599-603, August 2013.

Bennett IM, Baylson M, Kalkstein K, Gillespie G, Bellamy SL, Fleischman J : Early abortion in family medicine: clinical outcomes. Annal Fam Med 7(6): 527-33, Nov-Dec 2009.

Baylson, ME: Paradigm shift: moving toward access in every office. American Journal of Public Health. 99(6): 967-8, June 2009.

Johnson, ME: Kudos on abstinence-only edit. Philadelphia Daily News January 2009 Notes: http://www.philly.com/dailynews/opinion/20090115_Letters__Kudos_on_abstinence-only_edit.html.

Bennett, IM; Johnson, ME; Wu, JP; Kalkstein, K; Wolff, E; Bellamy, S; Fleischman; J: A family medicine training collaborative in early abortion. Innovations in Family Medicine Education 39(3): 164-66, 2007.

Bennett, CL; Price, DK; Kim, S; Liu,D; Jovanovic, BD; Nathan, D; Johnson, ME; Montgomery, JS; Cude, K; Brockbank, JC; Sartor, O; Figg, WD: Racial variation in CAG repeat lengths within the androgen receptor gene among prostate cancer patients of lower socioeconomic status.[see comment]. Journal of Clinical Oncology 20(17): 3599-604, 2002.

Cude, KJ; Montgomery, JS; Price, DK; Dixon, SC; Kincaid, RL; Kovacs, KF; Venzon, DJ; Liewehr, DJ; Johnson, ME; Reed, E; Figg ,WD: The role of an androgen receptor polymorphism in the clinical outcome of patients with metastatic prostate cancer. Urologia Internationalis 68(1): 16-23, 2002.

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