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Current Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Current Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology: Disruptive innovation in obstetrics and gynecology: the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program (1972–2017)


December 2014 - Volume 26 - Issue 6 - p 493-494
doi: 10.1097/GCO.0000000000000128
HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES


Edited by Rebekah E. Gee (Penn CSP 06 -09)

The Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars program (CSP) has served as a primordial soup for the creation of a new kind of physician leader – one who was trained in health policy and health services research. Founded in 1972, as of July 2014, the program had produced 1262 scholars from various disciplines in American medicine including over 40 obstetrician-gynecologists. The first clinical scholar from the field of obstetrics and gynecology was Phyllis Leppert (Duke CSP 1972–1974) who served among other roles as chief of the Reproductive Services Branch of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Although very accomplished, she is not alone among her clinical scholar peers in being a disruptive innovator and helping to build the loom on which the cloth of women's health policy is woven.This issue highlights the work of several clinical scholar graduates and demonstrates their diversity of interests and career pursuits that span technology, health systems, leadership, and ethics.

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Gee, Rebekah E. (Penn CSP 06 -09) Disruptive innovation in obstetrics and gynecology: the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program (1972–2017)

Gee, Rebekah E. (Penn CSP 06-09)

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DeNicola, Nathaniel (Penn CSP 11-13)


Back to the future: a history of ACOG in social media's golden age


DeNicola, Nathaniel (Penn CSP 11-13); Good, Meadow; Newton, Luke  

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Zephyrin, Laurie C. (JHU CSP 03-05)


Strategies for transforming reproductive healthcare delivery in an integrated healthcare system: a national model with system-wide implications

Zephyrin, Laurie C. (JHU CSP 03-05); Katon, Jodie G.; Yano, Elizabeth M.  

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Krans, Elizabeth E. (Michigan CSP 09-11)


Strong Start for Mothers and Newborns: implications for prenatal care delivery

Krans, Elizabeth E. (Michigan CSP 09-11); Davis, Matthew M. (Chicago CSP 98-00)

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Saleeby, Erin (UCLA CSP 10-12)


Paradigm shifts: using a participatory leadership process to redesign health systems


Saleeby, Erin (UCLA CSP 10-12);
Holschneider, Christine H.; Singhal, Rita

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Tucker Edmonds, Brownsyne (Penn CSP 09-11)


Shared decision-making and decision support: their role in obstetrics and gynecology


Tucker Edmonds, Brownsyne (Penn CSP 09-11)

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Mehta, Pooja (Penn CSP VA 13-15)


Addressing reproductive health disparities as a healthcare management priority: pursuing equity in the era of the Affordable Care Act


Mehta, Pooja (Penn CSP VA 13-15)

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Harris, Lisa H. (Michigan CSP)


Stratified reproduction, family planning care and the double edge of history

Harris, Lisa H. (Michigan CSP 98-00); Wolfe, Taida  

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Moniz, Michelle H. (Michigan CSP 13-15)


Health services research in obstetrics and gynecology: the legacy of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars


Moniz, Michelle H. (Michigan CSP 13-15); Patton, Elizabeth W (Michigan CSP VA 13-15); Gee, Rebekah E. (Penn CSP 06-09)

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