About Mary Ellen Keough
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.
|Present||Co-Faculty advisor, Primary Care Principles student interest group, University of Massachusetts Medical School|
|Present||Director of Educational Programs, Meyers Primary Care Institute, University of Massachusetts Medical School|
|Present||Faculty advisor, Health Professionals for Human Rights student interest group, University of Massachusetts Medical School|
|Present||Instructor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, University of Massachusetts Medical School|
|Present||Program Director, Donald W. Reynolds Foundation Comprehensive Program to Strengthen Physician Training in Geriatrics, University of Massachusetts Medical School|
Health professions training and Geriatrics education
Honors and Awards
- UMass Medical School Public Service Endowment Award, Health Professionals for Human Rights, 2004 - present
- UMass Generalist Physician Initiative mini-grant award, Health and Human Rights Interest Group, 2001-2002
- Boston University School of Public Health Outstanding Alumni Award (1996)
Meyers Primary Care Institute
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Prescribers and pharmaceutical representatives: why are we still meeting?
Meyers Primary Care Institute Publications and Presentations (2009)
CONTEXT: Research suggests that pharmaceutical marketing influences prescribing and may cause cognitive dissonance for prescribers. This work has primarily been ...
Missing persons in post-conflict settings: best practices for integrating psychosocial ...
Meyers Primary Care Institute Publications and Presentations (2004)
This paper argues the importance of establishing integrated systems to meet the needs of forensic investigations as well as the ...
Disclosing the truth: informed participation in the Antemortem Database Project ...
Meyers Primary Care Institute Publications and Presentations (2000)
This article describes a human rights investigation designed to identify bodies exhumed from mass graves in Srebrenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina and the ...