Elisabeth Aron, MD, MPH

Elisabeth is a practicing OB/GYN Hospitalist and a medical writer. She has authored a book, Pregnancy Dos and Don’ts, and contributed/consulted on numerous pregnancy related books, chapters, posters, apps and articles. She obtained her MD from the Albert Einstein School of Medicine and completed her OB/GYN residency at St Luke’s/Roosevelt Medical Center. Elisabeth was in private practice in New York until a move to Colorado resulted in a career shift where she completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Molecular Biology at Colorado State University and went on to be a Women’s Reproductive Health Research Scholar at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. She has since returned to clinical medicine and has completed a Masters in Public Health with a concentration in health communication at the Colorado school of Public Health.

Most Recent Articles by Elisabeth Aron, MD, MPH

New Media Attention on Rising Maternal Mortality in the United States

New Media Attention on Rising Maternal Mortality in the United States

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Why is maternal mortality increasing in the US? Like most complicated issues, there is no simple answer.

Should We Be Thinking About PTSD During Labor?

Should We Be Thinking About PTSD During Labor?

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Addressing these psychological issues during and after delivery can help women, their newborns and family relationships.

Exploring the Legality of Curbside Consulting in Medicine

Exploring the Legality of Curbside Consulting in Medicine

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The answer to the question regarding legal responsibility seems to revolve around the issue of whether or not a physician-patient relationship exists.

Is There Still a Place for Patient-Centered Care in OB/GYN?

Is There Still a Place for Patient-Centered Care in OB/GYN?

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It is completely acceptable for a woman to choose her management, even if the physician disagrees.

Senate Begins Fight to Repeal the ACA

Senate Begins Fight to Repeal the ACA

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"We don't yet know for sure what the Republican 'replacement' for the ACA is going to be, because they don't know themselves."

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