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Diversity and Inclusion in the Clinical Space

Dr. Margaret Delarese Larkins-Pettigrew works in a unique innovative clinical space where she applies best practices to address structural racism, unconscious bias, and heath equity. She creates sustainable programs addressing the lack of people of color in medicine by developing STEM high school, college and medical school students. In addition, Dr. Larkins-Pettigrew is a consultant and leader developing medical models that address community need of vulnerable populations.  

Building Sustainable Post Graduate Programs for low resourced countries and communities

Dr. Larkins-Pettigrew has successfully developed a sustainable Obstetric and Gynecology education program through her non-profit organization, WoNDOOR which has deceased maternal mortality by fifty percent since 2010. This model can be replicated in low resource communities and countries to insure excellence and quality in patient care.  

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Diversity and Inclusion in the Clinical Space

As a practicing physician who is also an expert in Diversity and Inclusion, Dr. Larkins-Pettigrew shares her knowledge as to how to begin to address unconscious bias and structural racism that exist in our care giving institutions that may influence poor health outcomes   

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Women's Empowerment through Wellness

Dr. Larkins-Pettigrew addresses large and small audiences with information, direction and recommendations to help women live full and productive lives

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HIV

Dr. Larkins-Pettigrew is an expert in caring for women living with HIV. She helps clinicians and consumer navigate reproductive health issues including menopause, cancer prevention, birth control, family planning and delivery of healthy babies   

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Building Sustainable Post Graduate Programs for low resourced countries and communities to insure excellence and quality in patient care

A successful Global Health strategist, Dr. Larkins-Pettigrew speaks to the essential methods and investment strategies that hope to reverse clinician brain drain, educate specialty providers and reduce mortality in low resource communities and countries.

"Dr. Margaret Larkins Pettigrew is a Physician Healthcare Strategist focused on developing medical models and programming that enhance community engagement, equity, diversity and inclusion. She is an institutional consultant and public speaker." 

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  • Imhoff, J, Conversations: Pieces of Truth, forward written by Margaret Larkins-Pettigrew. Published February, 2015

  • Larkins-Pettigrew, M.D, Encyclopedia of Immigrant Health, Chapters on Pregnancy, Maternal Deity Intake, Maternal Outcomes, Prenatal Care, Prenatal Health Promotions, Reproductive Characteristics, Reproductive Health 1052-1053, 1220-1227

  • Ragin. C., R. Larkins-Pettigrew,, M.,Taiolli, E. Eckstein, S. Thurman, N. Bloome, J., Markovic, N. Oral HPV Infection and Sexuality:  a cross-sectional study in women ( 2011) International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 12 (6), pp3928-3940

  • Baldiserri,M.R.,Larkins-Pettigrew,M.D., Special Populations Critical Considerations of the Morbidly Obese Pregnant Patient, Critical Care Clinics of America, October 2010, Volume 26, Number 4

  • Lattanzi, D., Moniz, M., Larkins-Pettigrew, M, Seasonal Variation of Malaria among Pregnant Women in a Rural Haiti Community, Poster Presentation, American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Atlanta Georgia, Oct. 2010

  • Lattanzi,D.,Landis Lewis, D., Larkins-Pettigrew, MD Poster Presentation Incidence of HIV & Syphilis among Pregnant Women in rural Haiti prior to and after the Earthquake of January 12, 2010, American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Atlanta, Georgia, Oct. 2010

  • Ragin,C, Flores-Obando, Larkins-Pettigrew,MD, Urinary Melatonin levels: a Review of the literature with focus on ethnicity, Molecular Epidemiology, Sunny Down State Medical Center. Submitted for publication

  • Viera, A.J., Larkins Pettigrew, M.D.  Use of Pessary, America Family Physician  May 2000, 2719-2727

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