2023 Crawford Lecture: Thinking Big about Inclusivity in the Health Professions
SONHP Crawford 2023 Presents:
Dr. Jennifer Arnold (a.k.a "Dr. Jen")
Thinking Big about Inclusivity in the Health Professions
Followed by reception and book signing
Fromm Institute in Xavier Hall, USF Campus
Dr. Jennifer Arnold is a pediatrician, neonatologist, medical school professor, and world-renowned expert in medical simulation at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard School of Medicine. She is also a wife, the mother of two kids with medical complexities, and has personally overcome some rather difficult and complicated physical and health obstacles. Dr. Arnold attended The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore and graduated with an MD in 2000. She attended a Pediatric Residency Program at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and obtained a Master's of Science in Medical Education from the University of Pittsburgh. She is Board Certified in Neonatal Medicine and is currently the Program Director of Immersive Design Systems (formerly SIMPeds) at Boston Children’s Hospital, a Harvard Teaching Hospital. Dr. Arnold has spoken both nationally and internationally on healthcare simulation, inspirational speeches on overcoming obstacles, DEI in the workplace, cancer survivorship, work-life balance for professional women, and other topics.