Ronald Samuels, MD, MPH
|Hospital Title||Assistant in Medicine|
300 Longwood Avenue
The focus of Dr. Samuel's work is in providing better clinical care to underserved populations. He is especially interested in improving data entry in immunization databases, using immunization databases to identify children not receiving immunizations (and presumably other primary care services), and teaching residents about underserved populations.
About Ronald Samuels
Ronald Samuels received his MD from SUNY Syracuse, his MPH from Harvard University and completed his residency at NY Hospital. He also completed a fellowship in general pediatrics and advocacy at Children's Hospital Boston.
Samuels, RC, GW Chi, DA Rauch, JS Palfrey, SP Shelov. "Work Hour Limitations in Pediatric Residency Programs: Fourteen Years of Experience from New York State." Academic Medicine, in press.
Samuels, RC, Appel L., Reddy S., and Tilson M. "Improving Accuracy In a Computerized Immunization Registry." Ambulatory Pediatrics, 2002, 2:187-192 3.
- Shaw, JS, E LaRusso, RC Samuels, HH Bernstein. "Impact of an Encounter- based Prompting System on Resident Vaccine-Administration Performance and Immunization Knowledge." Pediatrics, 2000, 105: 978-983.