Daphne Calmes, MD
Title Associate Professor
Institution Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
Department Pediatrics
School College of Medicine
Address 1731 E. 120th Street, Cobb Building
Telephone (323) 563-4816
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Education & Training
Teaching
NIH Awarded Grants
Publications
1. Walker KO, Calmes D, Hanna N, Baker R. The impact of public hospital closure on medical and residency education: implications and recommendations. J Natl Med Assoc. 2008 Dec; 100(12):1377-83.
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2. Robinson LD, Calmes DP, Bazargan M. The impact of literacy enhancement on asthma-related outcomes among underserved children. J Natl Med Assoc. 2008 Aug; 100(8):892-6.
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3. Ogunyemi D, Bazargan M, Norris K, Jones-Quaidoo S, Wolf K, Edelstein R, Baker RS, Calmes D. The development of a mandatory medical thesis in an urban medical school. Teach Learn Med. 2005; 17(4):363-9.
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4. Diamant AL, Hays RD, Morales LS, Ford W, Calmes D, Asch S, Duan N, Fielder E, Kim S, Fielding J, Sumner G, Shapiro MF, Hayes-Bautista D, Gelberg L. Delays and unmet need for health care among adult primary care patients in a restructured urban public health system. Am J Public Health. 2004 May; 94(5):783-9.
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Funding Opportunities

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  • Primary Health Care


  • Dissertations, Academic as Topic


  • Clinical Clerkship


  • Schools, Medical


  • Urban Population


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Co-Authors  
Baker, Richard s.
Bazargan, Mohsen
Robinson, Lawrence
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Physical Neighbors  
Dominguez, Fred
Wolf, Kenneth
Shaheen, Magda
Findlay, Richard
Bazargan, Shahrzad


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