Aba Yvonne Barden-Maja, MD, MS, FACP

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Professor of Clinical Medicine (General Internal Medicine)
Active Staff, Department of Medicine, Presbyterian Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA
Attending, Department of Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Director, Womens Refugee clinic at Penn Presbyterian , University of Pennsylvania
Member, Employee Health Innovation Program
Program Advisor, Internal Medicine Residency, University Of Pennsylvania
Secretary, Medical Executive Committee, Presbyterian Medical Center
Department: Medicine

Contact information
Penn Center for Primary Care
MAB Suite 102
39th & Market Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-662-9990, 215 615 5252
Smith College, North Hampton, MA, 1988.
Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT, 1993.
Cornell University, School of Graduate Medical Sciences, New York, NY, 1997.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Preventative health

Womens health

Selected Publications

Barden-Maja A: Physician perceptions of patient adherence influence and care of diabetic patients. Society of General Internal Medicine National Meeting 2003.

Barden-Maja A, Iqbal, N: Unintentional Weight Loss Women's Health Care: Clinical Vignettes. Veet L (eds.). Hanley & Belfus,Inc., Philadelphia, PA, Page: 248-252, Chapter 41, 2000.

Barden-Maja A: Preconception Care. Women's Health Care: Clinical Vignettes. Veet L (eds.). Hanley & Belfus, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, Page: 395-4000, Chapter 64, 2000.

Barden-Maja A: Internal Medicine Practice Questions. \{Internal Medicine Practice Questions Books 1, 2 & 3}. Medtext Medical Publishing Co. 2000.

Barden-Maja A, Williams S: Managing patients with extreme hypertension. Journal Of Critical Illness 14(5): 245-250, 1999.

Barden-Maja A: Gout. Internal Medicine 20(4): 40-41, 1999 Notes: [Review]

Barden-Maja A: Getting the most out of medical consultation. Resident and Staff Assistant 45(12), 1999 Notes: [Review]

Barden-Maja A: Psychosocial factors and outcomes of hip replacement surgery. National Research Service Award April 1997.

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