Emily Hall, RN, MSN, MPH

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    University of VirginiaBSN2003School of Nursing
    University of PennsylvaniaMSN2006School of Nursing
    University of PennsylvaniaMPH2007

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    Emily M. Hall RN, MSN, MPH began working in global health as a graduate student with a project promoting community building through art in post-genocide Rwanda and in demographic research in rural Malawi. In 2008, Emily joined Partners In Health, a Boston based nonprofit which provides a preferential option for the poor for health. In her role with PIH, Emily returned to Rwanda and focused on training initiatives for the Rwandan nursing staff of a rural district hospital. Emily provided clinical and nursing staff support at the State University Hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti following the earthquake there in 2010. Upon her return to the US, Emily was a Primary Care Family Nurse Practitioner in a community health center in Boston, Massachusetts, applying her knowledge of global health to a largely immigrant population. She joined the faculty at the University of California, San Francisco in 2014 to lead a project which trains US graduates of master's in nursing programs to practice in global health through a year long experience in rural Haiti.

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    1. Hall EM, Acevedo J, López FG, Cortés S, Ferreccio C, Smith AH, Steinmaus CM. Hypertension among adults exposed to drinking water arsenic in Northern Chile. Environ Res. 2016 Dec 02; 153:99-105. PMID: 27918984.
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