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Jeremy I. Schwartz, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine (General Medicine) and Epidemiology (Chronic Disease); Affiliated Faculty, Yale Institute for Global Health; Affiliated Faculty, Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS; Co-Director, Uganda Initiative for Integrated Management of Non-Communicable Diseases; Firm Chief, Yale Primary Care Residency Program, General Internal Medicine; Medical Director, Eastern Caribbean Health Outcomes Research Network, General Internal Medicine; Lead, Faculty Network Development, Yale Institute for Global Health

Research Summary

My work focuses on understanding and improving the quality of health service delivery for patients with chronic conditions (non-communicable diseases- NCDs). Internationally (with primary focus on Uganda), my main areas of current focus include the intersection of mobile health and self-care of NCDs, clinical integration of HIV/NCD services, and access to essential medicines for NCDs. Domestically, my main areas of focus are on interprofessional care delivery for chronically ill patients in the hospital setting. Additionally, I work on developing innovative quality improvement education for health professions trainees domestically and internationally.


Research Interests

Africa, Eastern; Chronic Disease; Quality of Health Care; Uganda; Global Health; Interdisciplinary Communication; Quality Improvement

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Selected Publications