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Education

1994 MD Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA

2003 MSCE University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Research Interests

Jennifer Tjia, MD, MSCE, FAAHPM is Professor (tenure track) of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences in the Division of Epidemiology. She received her MD from Boston University's Combined BA-MD Medical Program and her Master of Science in Clinical Epidemiology from the University of Pennsylvania. She is board certified in Hospice and Palliative Medicine (HPM) and Geriatric Medicine. Her research agenda aims to improve healthcare delivery for marginalized populations. Her funded projects focus on two areas: (1) the impact of structural racism and implicit bias on care delivery and (2) optimizing medication use by using goal concordant prescribing and deprescribing in hospice and palliative care. She is PI of a NIH R01 to conduct a mixed-methods study to disentangle the relationships between residential segregation, neighborhood deprivation & healthcare utilization in serious illnes [R01 NR020439], and a R01 for a clinical trial of a community-engaged intervention to mitigate implicit bias in clinician-patient relationships [R01 MD011532]. She is also PI of an R21 to pilot test a deprescribing intervention for hospice patients [R21 AG0600017]. She has been an investigator on numerous federal and foundation research grants to use implementation science to integrate evidence-based practices into clinical medicine and population health management. She currently has a K24 to mentor promising early-stage investigators in palliative medicine research [K24 AG068300] and is recipient of a 2015 Cambia Health Foundation Sojourns Leadership award for leadership in community-engaged health system transformation.

Post Docs

We have an opening for a post-doc. We seek physicians, psychologists, doctorally-prepared nurses, social workers, and other clinicians who wish to prepare themselves for an academic research career in palliative care and health services research or pharmacoepidemiology. Key areas of scholarship include caregiver engagement in serious illness, symptom management, hospice enrollment, hospice policy, and medication use in older adults with chronic conditions. The Postdoctoral Research Fellow will be responsible for conducting and assisting in studies examining caregiver engagement in serious illness, and the interaction between symptom management, hospice enrollment, hospice policy, and medication use in older adults with chronic conditions, as well as other funded and unfunded projects. Appropriate candidates may choose to pursue a Master of Science in Clinical Investigation in addition to participating in post-doctoral training seminars. This is a two year position. The Fellow will have opportunities to develop their own research question, compose and submit their own grants, write and publish in scientific journals, and continue their own scholarly and research development with input from other faculty and experts.

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Academic Article Racial and ethnic differences in hospice use among patients with heart failure.
Academic Article Studies to reduce unnecessary medication use in frail older adults: a systematic review.
Concept Hospice Care
Concept Hospices
Concept Palliative Care
Academic Article Scramble or script: responding to new Medicare billing for medications in hospice.
Academic Article Statin discontinuation in nursing home residents with advanced dementia.
Academic Article Managing Medications During Home Hospice Cancer Care: The Needs of Family Caregivers.
Academic Article A Comprehensive Approach to the Patient at End of Life: Assessment of Multidimensional Suffering.
Academic Article Health System Advance Care Planning Culture Change for High-Risk Patients: The Promise and Challenges of Engaging Providers, Patients, and Families in Systematic Advance Care Planning.
Academic Article Hospice Use and Pain Management in Elderly Nursing Home Residents With Cancer.
Academic Article The Cambia Sojourns Scholars Leadership Program: Conversations with Emerging Leaders in Palliative Care.
Academic Article Frequency and Documentation of Medication Decisions on Discharge from the Hospital to Hospice Care.
Academic Article Health Care Worker Perceptions of Gaps and Opportunities to Improve Hospital-to-Hospice Transitions.
Academic Article Prevalent Statin Use in Long-Stay Nursing Home Residents with Life-Limiting Illness.
Academic Article Interdisciplinary or Interprofessional: Why Terminology in Teamwork Matters to Hospice and Palliative Care.
Academic Article Variation in Hospice Patient and Admission Characteristics by Referral Location.
Academic Article Statin Discontinuation and Life-Limiting Illness in Non-Skilled Stay Nursing Homes at Admission.
Academic Article Decreasing Trends in Opioid Prescribing on Discharge to Hospice Care.
Academic Article Stakeholder-engaged process for refining the design of a clinical trial in home hospice.
Academic Article Shared Medication PLanning In (SIMPLIfy) Home Hospice: An Educational Program to Enable Goal-Concordant Prescribing In Home Hospice.
Academic Article Frequency and Characteristics of Patients Prescribed Antibiotics on Admission to Hospice Care.
Concept Hospice and Palliative Care Nursing
Award or Honor Receipt Fellow
Grant Pilot Study of Standardized PatiEnt-CenTered medicatiOn Review (SPECTORx) in Home Hospice
Grant Longitudinal Patterns of Symptoms, Medication and Hospice Use in Nursing Home Residents Approaching End of Life
Academic Article Leading from the Heart.
Academic Article Patient and Family Participation in Medication Decisions on Discharge to Hospice Care.
Academic Article Perspectives on deprescribing in palliative care.
Academic Article Discontinuation of oral anticoagulant use among nursing home residents with atrial fibrillation before hospice enrollment.
Grant African American Communities Speak: Partnering with AAs in the North and South to Train Palliative Care Clinicians to Address Interpersonal and Systemic Racism and Provide Culturally Aligned Care
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