Jennifer Roh

Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
School of Medicine

Associate Medical Director, Emergency Medicine
School of Medicine

M.D., Texas Tech Health Sciences Center School of Medicine, 2013
Chief Resident, Yale Emergency Medicine Residency, 2017, Emergency Medicine
UCLA Emergency Medicine, 2018, Administration Fellowship

Phone: (714) 456-5239

University of California, Irvine
City Tower, Ste 640, Rt 128-01
Mail Code: 4064
Orange, CA 92697
Research Interests
Administration, Quality Improvement & Patient Safety, Emergency Medicine Global Health and Systems Development, ED Operations, Resource Utilization, Provider Performance
Academic Distinctions
2016 Johnson and Johnson Scholar
2012 Gold Humanism Honor Society Inductee, Texas Tech School of Medicine
2010 Community Service Award for service at The Lubbock Free Clinic
2007 Omnicron Delta Kappa Society, Westmont College
2004-07 Dean’s List, Westmont College
2004-08 Westmont College Presidential Scholarship Award Recipient
2004 Whittier Christian High School Valedictorian
Research Abstract
"In the United States, more than a million patients are diagnosed with severe sepsis per year, of whom 25% die of septic shock.1 Early recognition of septic patients facilitates expedited implementation of evidence-based interventions that prevent delays in treatment of septic shock linked to mortality and morbidity.2 Widespread efforts have been made to improve provider awareness of quality gaps in sepsis care,3 including implementation of national quality measures by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, yet little is known about actual provider perceptions of sepsis care quality compared to actual quality measure performance."
Roh, J., Rothenberg, C., Patel, A., Sather, J., & Venkatesh, A. (2017). Quality of Septic Shock Care in the Emergency Department: Perceptions Versus Reality. The Joint Commission Journal On Quality And Patient Safety, 43(10), 548-549. doi:10.1016/j.jcjq.2017.05.005
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