Romney, Martha C.
Martha C. Romney, BSN, MS, JD, MPH
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 923-7583 fax
SJD - Widener University School of Law, Chester, PA - 2011
MPH - Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA - 2009
JD - Antioch School of Law, Yellow Spring, OH - 1984
MS - Columbia University, New York, NY - 1981
Assistant Professor, Jefferson College of Population Health
Ms. Romney's background includes experience in research grant development and implementation, quantitative and qualitative program design and evaluation, policy review and development, and regulatory research. Ms. Romney completed a Fellowship with the EDICT (Eliminating Disparities in Clinical Trials) Initiative based at the Baylor College of Medicine. Prior to coming to Jefferson, Ms. Romney was a director of legal and regulatory support groups and involved in policy and regulatory initiatives at GlaxoSmithKline. Ms. Romney also has legal and clinical nursing specialist experience. Ms. Romney was educated at the Duke University and Columbia University Colleges of Nursing, the Antioch College of Law, and received her Master's of Public Health from Drexel University. She is currently enrolled in the Widener University College of Law's Doctor of Juridical Science in Health Law program.
Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications
- The Impact of the Risk Evaluation Mitigation Strategy for Erythropoiesis-Stimulating Agents on Their Use and the Incidence of Stroke in Medicare Subjects with Chemotherapy-Induced Anemia with Lung and/or Breast Cancers
- Gap Between Evidence and Patient Access: Policy Implications for Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery in the Treatment of Obesity and its Complications
- Risk evaluation mitigation strategy: Impact of application of the Food and Drug Adminstration's strategy on use of erythropoiesis-stimulating agents and transfusion in patients with chemotherapy-induced anaemia
- Social determinants of childhood obesity: Beyond individual choices
- Population-based worksite obesity management interventions: A qualitative case study
- Use of an algorithm applied to urine drug screening to assess adherence to a hydrocodone regimen
- Prevalence, knowledge and care patterns for gastro-oesophageal reflux disease in United States minority populations
- Use of an algorithm applied to urine drug screening to assess adherence to an OxyContin® regimen
- High rates of inappropriate drug use in the chronic pain population
- Congenital defects: Implications on family development and parenting
- Incest in adolescence.
- A case against inflexible routine shift rotation.