Jaya Aysola, MD, DTMH, MPH

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Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Medicine

Contact information
Division of General Internal Medicine,
Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
1229 Blockley Hall
423 Guardian Drive
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6021
Office: 215-573-9475
Fax: 215-573-8778
Education:
BS (Anthropology-Zoology, Honors)
University of Michigan, 1996.
MD (Medicine)
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2000.
DTMH (Tropical Medicine and Hygiene)
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 2005.
MPH (Healthcare Management and Policy)
Harvard School of Public Health, 2010.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
Resource Poor Care
Global Health

Description of Other Expertise

Graduate Medical Education and Faculty Development in topics related to health equity, cultural humility and implicit bias
Research Director, Office of Inclusion and Diversity
Assistant Dean, Graduate Medical Education

Description of Research Expertise

Health Equity, Health Care and Health Disparities, Patient-Centered Medical Homes, Social Determinants of Health, Access to Care, and Provider Workforce

Selected Publications

Aysola J, Xu C, Huo H, Werner R: Relationship between Patient Experience and Quality and Utilization of Primary Care Services. Journal of Patient Experience May 2020.

Mamtani M, Shofer F, Mudan A, Khatri U, Walker R, Perrone J, Aysola J. : Quantifying Gender Disparity in Physician Authorship Among Commentary Articles in Three High Impact Journals: An Observational Study. BMJ Open February 2020.

Gordon EK, Clapp JT, Heins SJ, Gaulton TG, Lane‐Fall MB, Aysola J, Baranov DY, Fleisher LA: The Role of the Interview in Residency Selection: A Mixed Methods Study. Medical Education [published online ahead of print, 2020 May 20] 2020.

Dominique Alexis , Matthew Kearney , J. Williams , Chang Xu , Eve Higginbotham , Jaya Aysola : Assessment of Perceptions of Professionalism among Faculty, Trainees, and Staff of a Large University-based Health System. JAMA Network Open IN PRESS 2020.

Upton E, Sangal RB, Blutinger E, Khachatryan M, Mamtani M, Aysola J: Female millennial patient perspectives in the emergency department: A qualitative analysis Am J Emerg Med. [published online ahead of print, 2020 Feb 21] 2020.

Agawu A, Fahl C, Alexis D, Diaz T, Harris D, Harris MC, Aysola J, Cronholm PF, Higginbotham EJ: The Influence of Gender and Underrepresented Minority Status on Medical Student Ranking of Residency Programs. Journal of the National Medical Association Oct 2019.

Lett LA, Murdock H M, Orji WU, Sebro R, Aysola J: Trends in Racial/Ethnic Representation Among US Medical Students. JAMA Network Open 2(9): e1910490, Sep 2019.

Adelekun AA, Beltrán S, Carney J, Lett LA, Orji WU, Rider-Longmaid E, Stokes DC, Teeple S, Aysola J: Recognizing Racism in Medicine: A Student-Organized and Community-Engaged Health Professional Conference. Health Equity 3(1): 395-402, Aug 2019.

Khatri U, Zeidan A, LaRiviere M, Sanchez S,Weaver L, Lynn L, Shofer F, Todd B, Aysola J : An Evaluation of Implicit Bias Training in Graduate Medical Education MedEdPublish 8, [2] (39), May 2019.

Zeidan AJ, Khatri UG, Aysola J, Shofer FS, Mamtani M, Scott KR, Conlon LW, Lopez BL: Implicit Bias Education and Emergency Medicine Training: Step One? Awareness. AEM education and training 3(1): 81-85, Jan 2019.

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Last updated: 09/24/2020
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