Kenisha Campbell, MD, MPH

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Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Department: Pediatrics

Contact information
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Buerger Center for Advanced Pediatric Care
Craig-Dalsimer Division of Adolescent Medicine
3500 Civic Center Blvd
12th floor, 12227
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 267-443-8104
Fax: 215-590-7118
Education:
BS (Human Development)
Cornell University , 2000.
MD (Medicine)
Washington University School of Medicine, 2005.
MPH (Public Health)
University of Cincinnati, 2011.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
I specialize in adolescent health, with specific interests in reproductive health, minority health, pregnancy prevention, primary care and eating disorders.

Selected Publications

Virginia Sole-Smith, Kenisha Campbell, MD, MPH: Trapped In The House With An Eating Disorder. nytimes.com April 2021.

Nadia Dowshen, Sarah Wood, Cynthia Mollen and Kenisha Campbell: How the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting another epidemic among teens: STD's/Expert Opinion. The Philadelphia Inquirer January 2021.

Dr. Kenisha Campbell: Skinny Girl Eating Pizza. Virgina Sole Smith - Burnt Toast https://virginiasolesmith.substack.com/p/skinny-girl-eating-pizza 2021.

Sarah Wood, Julia Pickel, Danielle Petsis, Kenisha Campbell: Assessing Chlamydia screening rates across a pediatric primary care health system, STD Prevention Conference, Atlanta, GA. Virtual Poster Presentation September 2020.

Wood, SM, Petsis, D, Pickel, J, Campbell, K: "Chlamydia screening disparities across a large pediatric health system." Platform Presentation, Pediatric Academic Society Annual Meeting Due to COVID-19-related conference cancellation, this peer-reviewed abstract and presentation was accepted but not presented May 2020.

Campbell K.: Campbell K. Cultural humility. In: Ginsburg KR,ed. Ramirez McClain ZB, associate ed. Reaching Teens: Strength-Based, Trauma-Sensitive, Resilience-Building Communication Strategies Rooted in Positive Youth Development. Reaching Teens, 2nd edition. Ginsburg KR,ed. Ramirez McClain ZB, associate ed. (eds.). American Academy of Pediatrics, Page: 197-208, 2020.

Wood, SM, McGeary, A, Wilson, M, Taylor, A, Aumaier, B, Petsis, D, Campbell, K: Effectiveness of a Quality Improvement Intervention to Improve Rates of Routine Chlamydia Trachomatis Screening in Female Adolescents Seeking Primary Preventive Care. Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology 32(1): 32-38, Feb 2019.

Wood, SM, McGeary, A, Wilson, M, Taylor, A, Aumeier, B, Jackson, Q, Petsis, D, Campbell, K : "Effectiveness of a Quality Improvement Intervention to Improve Rates of Routine Chlamydia Trachomatis Screening in Adolescent Females in Primary Care.” Poster Presentation, CHOP Quality & Patient Safety Day, Philadelphia, PA 2018.

Siddharth, M, Campbell, K: "From Test to Teen: Reaching Adolescents with Positive STI's" Poster Presentation, Penn Medicine Health Equity Week, Philadelphia, PA 2017.

Campbell, K, Dhar, P, Salas-Humara, C: "Improving chlamydia screening rates at an urban primary care clinic." Poster presentation, Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine Annual Conference, Washington DC 2016.

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