Monica Barman

As a physician with a Master of Public Health degree I am interested in teaching a wide variety of topics. These include social and behavioral health issues across the nation. Also, I enjoy remaining up-to-date about the environmental factors that we can change to improve public health. I like investigating the rigor of patient safety and quality assurance in healthcare organizations. In addition, I am very intrigued by the history and current conduction of ethical research, spurred by my time spent as a member of an institutional review board (IRB).

Education

MD

University of Vermont College of Medicine

MPH

University of Southern Maine

BS, Physical Marine Science, Minors in Chemistry and Pre-Medical Studies

University of Maine Orono

Fellowship

Two Year Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship

Maine Medical Center

Portland

Maine

Expertise

Principles of Public Health

Research

Research Interests

Environmental Health, Behavioral Health, Patient Safety, Telemedicine, Ethics in Research

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Monica Barman

Monica Barman

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MD, MPH

Off Campus

mbarman@une.edu

Teaching Online