Ashlee Lynn Murray, MD, MPH

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Department: Pediatrics

Contact information
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Division of Emergency Medicine
3501 Civic Center Blvd, CTRB 9204
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-827-9121
Education:
B.A. (Music)
Lafayette College , 2005.
B.S. (Neuroscience)
Lafayette College , 2005.
M.D. (Allopathic medicine)
Drexel University College of Medicine, 2009.
MPH (Public Health)
University of Pennsylvania , 2017.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Pediatric emergency medicine

Description of Other Expertise

Ashlee Murray, MD is Co-director of the Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Taskforce and an Attending Physician in the Emergency Department at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. The IPV Taskforce, in collaboration with Lutheran Settlement House, is a multidisciplinary group committed to educating the CHOP community about IPV and its effects, screening for patients and caregivers, and providing a safe place for families and employees to discuss their IPV concerns.

Selected Publications

Scarfone, R, Murray, A, Gala, P, Balamuth, F. : Lumbar puncture for all febrile infants 29-56 days old: A retrospective cohort reassessment study. The Journal of Pediatrics, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpeds.2017.04.003 May 2017.

Murray, A, Palardy, J, Fein, J, Myers, R, Garber, L, Azzinaro, I, Burlingame, C, Eisen, M, Anderson, K, Fabrizio, S, Buck, J. : Screening for IPV in the CHOP ED. CHOP 7th Annual Patient Safety and Quality Day. CHOP 7th Annual Patient Safety and Quality Day, Philadelphia, PA (Poster) May 2017.

Ashlee Murry, MD: Screening for IPV CHOP Learning module April 2016.

Schilling, S, Murray, A, Mollen, C, Wedin, T, Fein, J, Scribano, P: Should we ask about what we can’t always fix? Healthcare provider attitudes on childhood adversity. Pediatric Emergency Care in press 2016.

Schilling, S, Murray, A, Mollen, CJ, Wedin, T, Fein, JA, Scribano, PV. : Should we ask about what we can't always fix? Healthcare provider attitudes on childhood adversity. Pediatric Academic Societies 2015 Annual Conference (poster) April 2015.

Murray, A, Schilling, S, Scribano, PV, Wedin, T, Fein, JA, Mollen, CJ.: What do emergency department and primary care providers think about pediatric psychosocial screening? Pediatric Academic Societies 2015 Annual Conference (poster) April 2015.

Murray, A, Gala, P, Balamuth, F, Botos, C, Amaya, D, Woodford, A, Funari, MK, Scarfone, R. : Lumbar puncture for all febrile infants 29-56 days old: a reassessment. Pediatric Academic Societies 2015 Annual Conference (poster) April 2015.

Murray, A., Scribano, P.: Psychiatric Emergencies. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Secrets 3rd edition. Selbst, S.M., Cronan, K. (eds). Mobsy Elsevier, Philadelphia, PA In press 2015.

Murray, A, Alpern, E, Lavelle, J, Mollen, C.: Clinical pathway effectiveness: febrile young infant pathway in a pediatric emergency department. Pediatric Emergency Care In press 2015.

Murray, A.: Schools still need nurses. The Philadelphia Inquirer July 2014.

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Last updated: 08/03/2017
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