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Director, Residency Global Child Health

Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics



Board Certified

My Biography & Research


Dr. Schubert is a professor of clinical pediatrics in the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center within the UC Department of Pediatrics. He has always had an interest in delivering quality medical care to patients living in poverty both in this country and in Africa. He was one of the founders of Crossroad Health Center, a faith-based community health center located in one of Cincinnati’s poorest communities. His time in Africa included a year long stint at a mission hospital in rural Zambia where he not only provided clinical care but worked with staff in the area of leadership development. As associate program director for the Pediatric Residency Program, he is developing the Global Health Track for pediatric residents.

Clinical Interests

Global child health; service of underserved; vaccination program; vulnerable populations

Academic Affiliation

Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics


Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Global Health

My Education

MD: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 1979.

Residency: Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 1983-1987.

Certification: Pediatrics, 1987; Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 1996; Clinical Tropical Medicine, 2010.

My Publications

Defining Global Health Tracks for Pediatric Residencies. Haq, H; Barnes, A; Batra, M; Condurache, T; Pitt, MB; Robison, JA; Schubert, C; St Clair, N; Uwemedimo, O; Watts, J; et al. Pediatrics. 2019; 144:e20183860-e20183860.

Do Mindfulness and Self-Compassion Predict Burnout in Pediatric Residents?. Kemper, KJ; McClafferty, H; Wilson, PM; Serwint, JR; Batra, M; Mahan, JD; Schubert, CJ; Staples, BB; Schwartz, A; Pediatric Resident Burnout-Resilience Study Consor, . Academic Medicine. 2019; 94:876-884.

Burnout in Pediatric Residents: Comparing Brief Screening Questions to the Maslach Burnout Inventory. Kemper, KJ; Wilson, PM; Schwartz, A; Mahan, JD; Batra, M; Staples, BB; McClafferty, H; Schubert, CJ; Serwint, JR. Academic Pediatrics. 2019; 19:251-255.

Use of bubble continuous positive airway pressure (bCPAP) in the management of critically ill children in a Malawian paediatric unit: an observational study. Myers, S; Dinga, P; Anderson, M; Schubert, C; Mlotha, R; Phiri, A; Colbourn, T; McCollum, ED; Mwansambo, C; Kazembe, P; et al. BMJ Open Respiratory Research. 2019; 6:e000280-e000280.

Variability of Burnout and Stress Measures in Pediatric Residents: An Exploratory Single-Center Study From the Pediatric Resident Burnout–Resilience Study Consortium. Reed, S; Kemper, KJ; Schwartz, A; Batra, M; Staples, BB; Serwint, JR; McClafferty, H; Schubert, CJ; Wilson, PM; Rakowsky, A; et al. Journal of Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine. 2018; 23:2515690X18804779-2515690X1880477.

Performance of International Medical Graduates in Pediatric Residency: A Study of Peer and Faculty Perceptions. Jimenez-Gomez, A; FitzGerald, MR; Leon-Astudillo, C; Gonzalez-delRey, J; Schubert, CJ. Academic Pediatrics. 2018; 18:728-732.

Post-Graduate Fellowship and Work Opportunities in Global Health. McQuilken, T; Schubert, CJ; Watts, J. In: St. Clair NE, Ed. Global health in pediatric education: an implementation guide for program directors. Chapel Hill, NC: American Board of Pediatrics; 2018.

National Landscape of Interventions to Improve Pediatric Resident Wellness and Reduce Burnout. Wilson, PM; Kemper, KJ; Schubert, CJ; Batra, M; Staples, BB; Serwint, JR; McClafferty, H; Mahan, JD. Academic Pediatrics. 2017; 17:801-804.

Building Sustainable Partnerships to Strengthen Pediatric Capacity at a Government Hospital in Malawi. Eckerle, M; Crouse, HL; Chiume, M; Phiri, A; Kazembe, PN; Friesen, H; Mvalo, T; Rus, MC; Fitzgerald, EF; McKenney, A; et al. Frontiers in Public Health. 2017; 5:1-7.

Miles Away Milestones: A Framework for Assessment of Pediatric Residents During Global Health Rotations. Arora, G; Condurache, T; Batra, M; Butteris, SM; Downs, T; Garfunkel, L; Newcomer, CA; Perkins, KL; Schubert, C; St Clair, NE. Academic Pediatrics. 2017; 17:577-579.