Jennifer A. Werdenberg, MD, MPH
Department or Service
- Texas Medical Center
- The Woodlands
Baylor College of Medicine
|Rice University||bachelors||BS Bioengineering||2006|
|UT Southwestern Medical School||medical school||Doctor of Medicine||2010|
|Baylor College of Medicine||residency||Pediatrics||2014|
|Boston Children’s Hospital||fellowship||Global Health Service Delivery||2016|
|Harvard School of Public Health||masters||Clinical Effectiveness||2017|
Dr. Werdenberg is a Pediatric Hospitalist and health equity advocate who is passionate about caring for marginalized populations and strengthening facility based services to care for all mothers and children, regardless of their geography.
Health equity, Global Health, Pediatric Hospital Medicine, Acute Care.
* Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health Initiatives: (1) Health Systems Strengthening (2) Quality Improvement (3) Implementation Science
Werdenberg, J; Biziyaremye F; Nyishime M; Nahimana E; Mutaganzwa C; Tugizimana D Manzi A; Navale S; Hirschhorn LR; Magge H. Successful implementation of a combined learning collaborative and mentoring intervention to improve neonatal quality of care in rural Rwanda BMC Health Services Research, in press (2018).
Richterman A, Steer-Massaro J, Jarolimova J, Binh Luong Nguyen L, Werdenberg J, Ivers L. Cast Interventions to improve clinical outcomes for pulmonary tuberculosis: systematic review and meta-analysis. Bulletin World Health Organization 96, 471-483 (2018).
Beck K, Mukantaganda A, Bayitondere S, Ndikuriyo R, Dushimirimana A, Bihibindi V, Nyirangaji S, Habiyaremye M, Werdenberg J. Experience: developing an inpatient malnutrition checklist for children 6 to 59 months to improve WHO protocol adherence and facilitate quality improvement in a low-resource setting. Global Health Action 11, 1503785 (2018).
Phelps BR, Hathcock SJ, Werdenberg J, Schutze GE. Experiencing antiretroviral adherence: helping healthcare staff better understand adherence to paediatric antiretrovirals. Journal International AIDS Society 2010;13(1):48.