Karin Rhodes, MD, MS, is the Vice President of Care Management Design and Evaluation for the North Shore-Long Island Jewish (NS-LIJ) Health System. A former Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar, until November 2015, she was an Associate Professor and the Director of the Center of Emergency Care Policy Research in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Rhodes' research focuses on developing effective patient-centered clinical responses to intimate partner violence and other psychosocial issues impacting individual and public health.
RECENT SELECT PUBLICATIONS
Rhodes KV, Rodgers M, Sommers M, Hanlon A, Chittams J, Doyle A, Datner E, Crits-Christoph P. Brief motivational intervention for intimate partner violence and heavy drinking in the emergency department: A randomized clinical trial. Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 2015; 314(5): 466-477.
Cerulli C, Kothari C, Dichter M, Marcus S, Kim TK, Wiley J, Rhodes KV. Help-seeking patterns among women experiencing intimate partner violence: do they forgo the criminal justice system if their adjudication wishes are not met? Violence & Victims, 2015; 30(1):16-31.
Cerulli C, Kothari CL, Dichter M, Marcus S, Wiley J, Rhodes KV. Victim participation in intimate partner violence prosecution: Implications for safety. Violence Against Women, 2014; 20(5): 539-560.
Rhodes KV, Grisso JA, Rodgers M, Gohel M, Witherspoon M, Davis M, Dempsey S, Crits-Christoph P. The anatomy of a community health center system-level intervention for intimate partner violence. Journal of Urban Health. 2014; 91(1): 107-121.