Education and Training
MD - Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA
Internal Medicine and Pediatrics - Jackson Memorial Hospital/University of Miami , Miami, FL
Clinical Informatics - Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Global Clinical Education - Massachusetts General Hospital, Gulu, Uganda
HRSA Academic Faculty Development - University of Miami, Miami, FL
Internal Medicine – American Board of Internal MedicinePediatrics – American Board of Pediatrics
MPH - University of Miami Department of Public Health Sciences, Miami, FL
Titles and Academic Titles
Co-Chair, Global Health Informatics Unit
Departments and Services
Kareff S, Diaz C, Zeigler A, Faulkenberry G, Utter B, Barber C, Symes S, Characterization of the Demographics and Psychiatric Co-Morbidites Among Clients of a Human Rights Clinic in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States. Cureus. 2020;12(7):e8944. Published 2020 Jul 1. doi:10.7759/cureus.8944
Deboeuf A., Shaikh M., Faulkenberry JG. Sex education, contraception are keys to preventing teen pregnancy. Miami Herald. May 17, 2016. Health & Fitness.
Faulkenberry JG, Schaechter J. Reporting on pediatric unintentional firearm injury -- who’s responsible. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2015 Sep; 79 (3 Suppl 1): S2-8.
Faulkenberry, Grey and Linda Warren. Grey’s Quick Reference: Basic Protocols in Paediatrics and Internal Medicine for Resource Limited Settings. 2018. Philadelphia, PA. HSWT LLC.
Posters and Presentations
Faulkenbery, JG, H Fraser, I Bacher. Connectathon: Making Open-Source Global Health Systems Talk to Each Other. Conference Workshop presented at the AMIA 2021 Clinical Informatics Conference.
Faulkenberry, JG. (2021 June). Vigor: Using FHIR for Vaccine Tracking and Recommendations in Low-Resource Settings. Keynote Presentation, FHIR DevDays, Opening Speaker for Inaugural Doctor’s Track. Virtual.
Faulkenberry, JG. (2021 May). Evaluating Healthcare Data Collection, Sharing and Use in Botswana. Conference Presentation at the Penn Africa Research Symposium. Virtual.
Manning JD, JG Faulkenberry, EG Olson, J Nielson, A Marshall, Z. Liao. (2021 May) Flutter Higher with FHIR: Learn to Create Interoperable Healthcare Apps in Real Time. Conference Workshop. AMIA 2021 Clinical Informatics Conference. Virtual.
Anderson-Montoya B, DA Pearson, JG Faulkenberry, EG Olson, JD Manning. (2021 April). Human Factor FHIR-FLIs: Applying SEIPS 2.0 to Cross-Platform App Development. Conference Presentation. HFES International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care. Virtual.
Faulkenberry, JG, Sansanee Craig, Felix Holl, Hamish Fraser, Jessica Ruff. (2020 November) Understanding Sustainable, Scalable Global Health Informatics Resources: Choosing the Right Solution. Conference Workshop presented at the AMIA 2020 Annual Symposium. Virtual.
Faulkenberry JG (2020 August) Asylum Evaluations. University of Pennsylvania Global Health Elective Conference. Virtual/Philadelphia, PA.
Manning J, Olson E, Nielson J, Puster E, Marshall A, Faulkenberry JG. (2020 May) Open-Source Front-End: Finishing the “App for That” with Flutter. Conference Workshop presented at the AMIA 2020 Clinical Informatics Conference. Virtual.
Awards and Honors
2011-2014, MedPeds Global Health Track, inaugural member
2021, Challenge.gov and ACL Social Care Referrals Challenge, Phase 1 Awardee as part of MayJuun LLC
Patient Experience Ratings
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