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Janet Henrich MD

Associate Professor of Medicine (General Medicine) and of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences; Co-Founder, Faculty Advisor, Trumbull College Living History Project

Contact Information

Janet Henrich, MD

Patient Care Location

Mailing Address

  • Internal Medicine

    PO Box 208056, 333 Cedar Street

    New Haven, CT, 06520-8056

    United States

Janet Henrich
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Appointments

Education & Training

  • MD
    University of Michigan (1968)
  • BS
    University of Michigan, Zoology (1964)
  • Chief Resident
    St Elizabeth Hospital
  • Resident
    St Elizabeth Hospital
  • Board Certification
    AB of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine (1973)

Activities

  • Teaching Educators Across the Continuum of Health Care (TECH) 201
    Washington, United States 2019
  • An interdisciplinary approach to integrating women’s health into residency training. Henrich J.B., T.L. Rabin, J. Satchell, M. Dhond, and S. Maya. May 9, 2019.
    Washington, United States 2019
  • An interdisciplinary approach to integrating women’s health into residency training. Henrich J.B., T.L. Rabin, J. Satchell, M. Dhond, and S. Maya.
    Washington, United States 2019
  • Teaching Educators Across the Continuum of Health Care (TECH) 201
    Denver, United States 2018
  • Lean In or Lean Out? Strategies to achieve academic career advancement and work-life balance over a lifetime
    Hollywood, United States 2016
  • Writing for impact: From Idea to Perspective Piece
    Toronto, Canada 2015
  • Clinical dilemmas in women's health: partnering with patients to address questions asked frequently in the middle years
    San Diego, United States 2014
  • Careers in academic medicine for women and family caregivers: the art of achieving career advancement and work-life balance over a lifetime
    New Haven, United States 2013
  • Women’s Health in the Curriculum 2013: needs assessments, tools and resources developed by students, residents and faculty
    New Haven, United States 2013
  • Policy implications for health care workforce education and training, practice standards and public health policy and health care reform
    Washington, United States 2010
  • Risks of hormone replacement therapy in younger postmenopausal women
    Pittsburgh, United States 2008
  • Women's Health Education Interest Group. Panel Member.
    Chicago, United States 2004
  • The benefits and limitations of an interdisciplinary women’s health training model
    Vienna, United States 2003
  • Risk taking in career choices
    Hartford, United States 2002
  • Women’s health education: a decade of change
    Chantilly, United States 2000
  • Building interdisciplinary programs in women’s health; the Yale Center of Excellence in Women’s Health
    Vienna, Austria 2000
  • Osteoporosis and the menopause
    New Brunswick, United States 2000
  • Women’s health in a primary care setting: an interdisciplinary approach
    Washington, United States 1999
  • Models for women’s health and residency training
    Washington, United States 1999
  • Cardiovascular disease in women
    Washington, United States 1999
  • Challenges and controversies in women’s health care delivery: the interdisciplinary women’s health practice as a model
    San Francisco, United States 1999
  • Developing Centers of Excellence in Women’s Health
    Washington, United States 1998
  • Estrogen and breast cancer risk
    Durham, United States 1998
  • The Yale Center of Excellence in Women’s Health
    Worcester, United States 1998
  • Developing academic programs in women’s health
    New York, United States 1998
  • Women in medicine
    Tokyo, Japan 1997
  • Interdisciplinary collaborations in women’s health education and training
    Washington, United States 1996
  • Women’s relations to the health care system
    Oberlin, United States 1996
  • Women’s health in the 21st century: how can we provide comprehensive care?
    Cleveland, United States 1996
  • Estrogen and breast cancer: the thirty year debate
    Cleveland, United States 1996
  • Who is qualified to provide comprehensive care to women?
    San Juan, Puerto Rico 1996
  • Women’s health education: applying the national agenda.
    Gainesville, United States 1996
  • Women’s health: closing the gender gap in research, education and practice
    Washington, United States 1996
  • Developing academic programs in women’s health
    Providence, United States 1996
  • Bridging the gap: curricular effort to improve minority women’s health
    Washington, United States 1995
  • Legal and ethical issues in women’s health
    New Haven, United States 1995
  • The development of interdisciplinary women’s health programs
    New York, United States 1995
  • Academic and clinical programs in women’s health
    Boston, United States 1994
  • The role of internal medicine in advancing women’s health
    Charleston, United States 1994
  • Education in women’s health
    Chicago, United States 1994
  • Recommendations for a core curriculum on women’s health
    Bethesda, United States 1994
  • Overview of the curriculum survey on women’s health in medical education
    Bethesda, United States 1994
  • Academic programs in women’s health
    Washington, United States 1994
  • Common clinical complaints in women
    Washington, United States 1994
  • New initiatives in women’s health
    New Haven, United States 1994
  • Hormones: approaching therapeutic decisions
    Trumbull, United States 1994
  • The status of women’s health in the United States
    South Hadley, United States 1993
  • Developing academic programs in women’s health
    Chicago, United States 1993
  • Health issues in menopausal women
    Washington, United States 1993
  • The epidemiology of breast cancer
    New York, United States 1993
  • Medical curricula and training programs in women’s health
    Bethesda, United States 1992
  • The status of women’s health research
    Greensboro, United States 1992
  • Medical curricula in women’s health
    Chicago, United States 1992
  • Does postmenopausal estrogen use cause breast cancer?
    Washington, United States 1992
  • The breast cancer epidemic
    Hempstead, United States 1992

Honors & Recognition

AwardAwarding OrganizationDate
Teacher of the Year AwardYale University School of Medicine, Internal Medicine Traditional Residency Program, Primary Care Center2019
Society of General Internal Medicine National Award for Scholarship in Medical Education in the Scholarship of IntegrationSociety of General Internal Medicine2004
Founding MemberYale School of Medicine Society of Distinguished Teachers2002
Leah Lowenstein AwardYale University School of Medicine1997
Phi Beta KappaUniversity of Michigan1964

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