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Ashlee Murray, MD, MPH
Ashlee Murray
Attending Physician

Dr. Murray is an academic and public health researcher focused on implementing and evaluating intimate partner violence programs in the pediatric healthcare setting.

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As Director of the Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Task Force at CHOP, Dr. Murray has extensive experience leading and evaluating hospital-wide initiatives aimed at improving how we address family experiences with IPV in the pediatric clinical setting. She has been working collaboratively with our community partners, Lutheran Settlement House (LSH), for the past five years and through this partnership she and her colleagues have expanded the STOP IPV program at CHOP and refined the program based on research informatics and quality improvement efforts.

 

Dr. Murray also serves as Associate Director of Advocacy and Health Policy, in which she has worked to formalize and expand community and advocacy efforts of the Division of Emergency Medicine. The overall goal of this program is to provide the infrastructure for service, training, and leadership opportunities to promote advocacy activities and collaboration. Dr. Murray and her colleagues have developed a tracking tool to catalogue work conducted by ED staff, conducted an advocacy educational needs assessment, designed, implemented and supported a Division-wide advocacy activity, and streamlined social media communications.

 

Furthermore, as a Senior Fellow at the Center for Public Health Initiatives and faculty in the Masters of Public Health program at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Murray contributes to public health research dissemination and training public health students in their professional and research development. She has received funding to support her own public health research, with a focus on IPV and quality improvement. 

Education and Training

BA, Lafayette College (Music), 2005

BS, Lafayette College (Neuroscience), 2005

MD, Drexel University College of Medicine, 2009

Fellowship, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (Pediatric Emergency Medicine), 2015

MPH, University of Pennsylvania (Public Health), 2017

Titles and Academic Titles

Attending Physician

Associate Director of Advocacy and Health Policy

Violence Prevention Initiative Fellow, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Professional Memberships

American Academy of Pediatrics, 2009-

American Medical Association, 2009-

Academic Pediatric Association, 2012-

Professional Awards

Honorable Mention, AAP Section of Emergency Medicine, 2014

Certificate of Commendation, AAMC 2015 Resident Physician Community Service Award, 2015

Health Advocacy Award, Lutheran Settlement House, 2016

Publication Highlights

Murray A, Azzinaro I. Teen Dating Violence: Old Disease in a New World. lin Pediatr Emerg Med. 2019 Jan; In press
Mancheno C, Aumaier B, Murray A. Screening for intimate partner violence in a pediatric ED: A quality improvement initiative. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2019 Jan; In press
Schilling S, Murray A, Mollen CJ, Wedin T, Fein JA, Scribano PV. Pediatric Emergency Department and Primary Care Provider Attitudes on Assessing Childhood Adversity. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2017 Jul; PMID: 29112109
Schilling S, Snyder A, Scribano P. Intimate Partner Violence – Pediatric Risks of "Not Asking – Not Telling". Clin Pediatr Emerg Med. 2012 Sep; 13, 229-238

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