Cynthia
 
J.
 
Mollen
Email: 
mollenc@email.chop.edu
Address: 
3501 Civic Center Boulevard The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Division of Emergency Medicine - CTRB 9th Floor
2155901296
Appointments
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (2004 – 2005)
Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (2012– present)
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (2001 – 2012)
Education
M.S.C.E, Clinical Epidemiology, University of Pennsylvania (2002)
M.D., Cornell University (1995)
B.A., Biological Sciences, Cornell University (1991)
Selected Publications
Miller MK, Harrison CJ, Dowd D, Mollen CJ, Selvarangan R, Aust D, Humiston SG. Prevalence of three sexually transmitted infections in a pediatric emergency department. Pediatr Emerg Care. accepted for publications.
Golzari M, Mollen C, Acoca L. The girls? health screen pilot study: screening instrument for girls in the juvenile detention system. J Evidenced-Based Social Work. accepted for publication.
Miller MK, Mollen CJ, O'Malley D, Owens R, Maliszewski GA, Goggin K, Kelly P. Providing adolescent sexual health care in the pediatric emergency department: views of health care providers. Pediatr Emerg Care. accepted for publication.
Mollen CJ, Miller MK, Hayes KL, Wittink MN, Barg FK. Developing ED-based education about emergency contraception: adolescent preferences. Acad Emerg Med. Vol 20(11) . 2013 November:1164-1170.
Goyal MK, Mollen CJ, Hayes K, Molnar J, Christian C, Scribano P, Lavelle J. Enhancing the ED approach to pediatric sexual assault care: implementation of a pediatric SART program. Pediatr Emerg Care. Vol 29(9) . 2013 September:969-973.
Goyal MK, Hersh A, Luan X, Mollen CJ, Localio R, Trent M, Zaoutis T. Frequency of pregnancy testing among adolescent emergency department visits. Acad Emerg Med. Vol 20(8) . 2013 August:816-21.
Mollen CJ, Miller MK, Hayes KL, Barg FK. Knowledge, attitudes and beliefs about emergency contraception: a survey of adolescent women seeking care in the emergency department. Pediatr Emerg Care. Vol 29(4) . 2013 April.
Goyal MK, Hayes KL, Mollen CJ. Prevalence of sexually transmitted infections in symptomatic adolescent females presenting to a pediatric emergency department. Pediatr Emerg Care. Vol 28(12) . 2012 December:1277-80.