Mary Ellen Keough, MPH serves as Director of Educational Programs for the Meyers
Primary Care Institute and Project Director for the DW Reynolds Foundation's
Comprehensive Program to Strengthen Physicians' Training in Geriatrics. She
coordinates program faculty efforts to develop and implement innovative educational
curricula to augment traditional medical school training. She is an Instructor in the
Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Massachusetts
Medical School. Complimenting her previous international work in human rights and public
health, she serves as faculty advisor to the Health Professionals for Human Rights
student interest group and as co-advisor to the Primary Care Principles interest group.

Articles

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Prescribers and pharmaceutical representatives: why are we still meeting? (with Melissa A. Fischer, Joann L. Baril, Laura Saccoccio, Kathleen M. Mazor, Elissa Ladd, Ann Von Worley, and Jerry H. Gurwitz), Journal of general internal medicine : official journal of the Society for Research and Education in Primary Care Internal Medicine (2009)
 

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Missing persons in post-conflict settings: best practices for integrating psychosocial and scientific approaches (with Tal Simmons and Margaret F. Samuels), The journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health (2004)
 

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A model of community-based interdisciplinary team training in the care of the frail elderly. (with Terry S. Field and Jerry H. Gurwitz), Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges (2002)
 

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Disclosing the truth: informed participation in the Antemortem Database Project for Survivors of Srebrenica (with Sara Kahn and Andrej Andrejevic), Health and human rights (2000)
 

Contributions to Books

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The Roles of Health Professionals in Postconflict Situations (with Susannah Sirkin and Susanna Facci Cali), War and Public Health (2008)