Transition from pediatric to adult healthcare
Adolescent and young adult reproductive health
Medicine and the humanities
Quinn, SM, Fernandez H, McCorkle T, Hussain S, Ford CA, Rodgers R, Barg F, Ginsburg K, Amaral S. : The Role of Resilience in Healthcare Transitions Among Adolescent and Young Adult Kidney Transplant Recipients. Pediatric Transplantation Wiley, August 2019.
Szalda D, Steinway C, Greenberg A, Quinn S, Stollon N, Wu K, Trachtenberg S, Jan S.: Developing a Hospital-Wide Transition Program for Young Adults With Medical Complexity. Journal of Adolescent Health Elsevier, July 2019.
Razon AN, Greenberg A, Trachtenberg S, Stollon N, Wu K, Ford L, El-Hage L, Quinn S, Szalda D.: A multidisciplinary transition consult service: Patient referral characteristics. Journal of Pediatric Nursing Elsevier, May 2019.
Doyle, E. A., Quinn, S. M., Ambrosino, J. M., Weyman, K., Tamborlane, W. V., Jastreboff, A. M.: Disordered Eating Behaviors in Emerging Adults With Type 1 Diabetes: A Common Problem for Both Men and Women. J Pediatr Health Care 31(3): 327-333, 2017.
Quinn, SM and Wong, CA: Review of: "Skinner AC, Perrin EM, Moss LA, Skelton JA. Cardiometabolic risks and severity of obesity in children and young adults. N Eng J Med. 2015; 373(14):1307-1317" AAP Grand Rounds. American Academy of Pediatrics. 35(1), 2016.
Quinn, S. M., Ambrosino, J. M., Doyle, E. A., Weyman, K., Tamborlane, W. V., Jastreboff, A. M.: Utility of Psychological Screening of Young Adults with Type 1 Diabetes Transitioning to Adult Providers Endocr Pract 22(9): 1104-10, 2016.
Quinn SM. Etymology. Ann Intern Med. 2014 Jun 17;160(12):874-5. doi: 10.7326/M14-0282. PMID: 24935493
Quinn SM. What's Left Inside. J Gen Intern Med. 2014 Sep;29(9):1315-6. doi: 10.1007/s11606-014-2842-9. PMID: 24671498
Quinn SM, Fernandez H, McCorkle T, Hussain S, Rogers R, Barg, FK, Ginsburg KR, Amaral S.: The Role of Resilience in Healthcare Transitions Among Adolescent and Young Adult Kidney Transplant Recipients. Journal of Adolescent Health. 62(2S): S16-17, Feb 2018.
Posters and Presentations
Quinn SM. "Contraception for the Adolescent Patient", Center City Pediatrics, Philadelphia, PA. Jan, 2019.
Quinn SM. "Maintaining Wellness throughout Your Career": A Resident-Nominated Faculty Panel Discussion for the Pediatrics Residency Program, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Nov, 2017.
Quinn SM. "Plenary Panel: Poetry and Medical Training", Hippocrates Symposium for Humanities in Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA. May, 2017.
Quinn SM. "A Workshop in Narrative Medicine: Stories and Writings on the Importance of Relationships in Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine", Society of Adolescent Health and Medicine, New Orleans, LA. Mar, 2017.
Awards and Honors
2018, Finalist, New Investigator Award, Society of Adolescent Health and Medicine
2017, Harvard Macy Institute for Future Academic Clinician Educators
2015, Gary Vernon Ralph Memorial Humanism in Medicine Award
2015, John W. Bracket Award for Resident Teacher
2014-2015, Yale School of Medicine – Johnson & Johnson Global Health Scholar Kigali, Rwanda
2012-2013, Intern of the Year, Yale Internal Medicine-Primary Care Program
2008-2011, Sigma Sigma Phi: National Osteopathic Honor Society
2010, Joanne Pieringer, PhD Memorial Award, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
2006, Bridges to Community Scholarship, Cornell University
2005, Rosenzweig-Feingold Student Service Award, Cornell University
Editorial and Academic Positions
2018-present, Ad-Hoc Reviewer, Journal of Adolescent Health
Academic and Institutional Committees
2017-present, Adolescent & Reproductive Health Consultant
2015-present, Transitions Special Interest Group
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
2014-present, Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine
- 2014-present, Chair - Chronic Disease and Healthcare Transitions Committee
2016-present, Healthcare Transitions Research Consortium
2013-present, Society of General Internal Medicine
2012-present, American College of Physicians
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