Chen C. Kenyon, BA, MD, MSHP

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Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department: Pediatrics

Contact information
Roberts Center for Pediatric Research
2716 South Street, 10th floor, 10-293
Philadelphia, PA 19146
Office: 267-426-6339
Fax: 267-426-0380
Education:
BA (Mathematics)
University of Rochester, 2001.
MD
Boston University School of Medicine, 2006.
MSHP
University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, 2013.
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Selected Publications

Bryant-Stephens, T, Kenyon, CC, Localio, R, Toussaint, K, Bryan, M, Apter, AJ, Wolk, C, Cidav, Z, Garner, M, Skinner Stewart, Y, Minto, N, Beidas, R. : Reducing Asthma Disparities by Connecting Treatment Across the Sectors Where Children Live, Learn, Play and Pray. Abstract poster presentation at 2018 ATS International Conference, San Diego, CA May 2018.

Sundar, K, Gruschow, S, Bryant-Stephens, T, Quarshie, W, Miller, VA, Feudtner, C, Kenyon, CC: Tailored Medication Adherence Reminders and Incentives for Children Frequently Hospitalized for Asthma. Pediatric Academic Societies Abstract Platform Presentation May 2018.

Patel, K, Hall, M, Kenyon, CC, Teufel, R, Mussman, GM, Montalbano, A, Gold, J, Antoon, J, Subramony, A, Mittal, V, Morse, R, Wilson, KM, Shah, SS. : Impact of Discharge Practices on Readmission Rates for Children Hospitalized with Asthma. J Pediatr 195: 175-181.e2, April 2018.

Kenyon, CC, Gruschow, SM, Quarshie, WO, Griffis, H, Leach, MC, Zorc, JJ, Bryant-Stephens, TC, Miller, VA, Feudtner, C. : Controller Adherence Following Hospital Discharge in High Risk Children: A Pilot Randomized Trial of Text Message Reminders. J Asthma Page: 1-9, Feb 2018 Notes: [epub ahead of print]

Kenyon, C.: "Acidosis” Pediatric Hospital Medicine. Chiang, V and Zaoutis, L (eds.). McGraw Hill, 2nd ed : 66-72, 2018.

Chen Kenyon and Tyra Bryant-Stephens: Proposed Health Care Reforms Could Put Kids with Asthma at Even Greater Risk. CHOP PolicyLab blog June 2017 Notes: http://policylab.chop.edu/blog/proposed-health-care-reforms-could-put-kids-asthma-even-greater-risk.

Kenyon CC, Gruschow S, Haaland W, Adams S, Hitt T, Williams DJ, Johnson DP, and Mangione-Smith R: Access to Timely Outpatient Care and Repeat Emergency Care Utilization for Acute Pediatric Respiratory Conditions. Abstract Platform Presentation at Pediatric Academic Societies Conference, San Francisco, CA May 2017.

Kenyon, C, Gruschow, S, Quarshie, W, Griffis,H, Zorc, J, Bryant-Stephens, T, Miller, V, Feudtner C: Text Message Adherence Reminders for High Risk Children with Asthma following Severe Exacerbation. Abstract Poster Presentation at Pediatric Academic Societies Conference, San Francisco, CA May 2017.

Kenyon, CC, Powell, M, Jacobi, E, Penrose, T, DaVeiga, S, Ewig, J, Zorc, J, Rubin, D, Bryant-Stephens, T: The Effect of a Population Health-oriented Care Bundle on 30-day Readmission for the Highest Risk Children with Asthma. Abstract Poster Presentation at Pediatric Academic Societies Conference, San Francisco, CA May 2017.

Bryant-Stephens T, West C, McGinnis S, Gutierrez M, Beidas R, Kenyon C, Apter AJ, Localio R, Touissant K, Jacob R, Hui A: Understanding the Problem and Designing a Comprehensive Intervention to Reduce Asthma Disparities. Abstract poster presentation at 2017 ATS International Conference, Washington, DC May 2017.

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