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Matthew J. Molloy, MD, MPH

  • Clinical Fellow, Division of Hospital Medicine



Short-term outcomes in children following emergency department visits for minor injuries sustained at home. Molloy, MJ; Shields, W; Stevens, MW; Gielen, AC. Injury Epidemiology. 2021; 8.

Goal-Concordant Care After Hospitalization for Serious Acute Illness: A Key Opportunity for Hospitalists in Patient-Centered Outcomes. Molloy, MJ; Ruhnke, GW. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2021; 16.

Trends and Variation in Length of Stay Among Hospitalized Febrile Infants ≤60 Days Old. Stephens, JR; Hall, M; Cotter, JM; Molloy, MJ; Tchou, MJ; Markham, JL; Shah, SS; Steiner, MJ; Aronson, PL. Hospital pediatrics. 2021; 11:915-926.

What Are We Missing in Our Search for MIS-C?. Molloy, M; Jerardi, K; Marshall, T. Hospital pediatrics. 2021; 11:e66-e69.

Phone It In: A Medical Student Primer on Telemedicine Consultation in Pediatrics. McDaniel, LM; Molloy, M; Hindman, DJ; Kochis, SR; Golden, WC; Pahwa, AK; Kumra, T. MedEdPORTAL. 2021; 17.

Improvement of Electronic Health Record Integrated Transition Planning Tools in Primary Care. Rusley, J; Tomaszewski, K; Kim, J; Robinson, L; Rose, K; Aronin, C; Molloy, M; Arrington-Sanders, R. Pediatric Quality and Safety. 2020; 5.

The Harriet Lane Handbook E-Book. Hospital, JH; Kleinman, K; McDaniel, L; Molloy, M. Elsevier Health Sciences.

Targeted Education Across Clinical Settings Improves Adherence to Evidence-Based Interventions for Bronchiolitis. Molloy, MJ; Tamaroff, J; McDaniel, L; Genies, MC. Clinical Pediatrics. 2019; 58:1284-1290.

How Are Prescription Medications Stored in Urban Homes Where Children Live? Opportunities for Poisoning Prevention. Frattaroli, S; Shields, W; Omaki, E; Molloy, M; Gielen, AC. Clinical Pediatrics. 2017; 56:678-681.

A student and faculty partnership to develop leaders in primary care at a research-oriented institution. Krishnan, A; Johnson-Paben, R; Arnold, CM; Zuo, SW; Ho, T; Molloy, MJ; Ram, A; Haag, T; Ziegelstein, RC; Christmas, C. Education for Primary Care. 2017; 28:171-175.

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