Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Chief, Health Policy Section
MD, Harvard University, 1994
MPH, Harvard University, 1994
BA, Stanford University, 1989
MPhil, RAND, 1998
Residency in Emergency Medicine, George Washington University, 1998
Internship at Northwestern University, 1995
Fellowship, Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program-- University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and RAND Corporation, 2000
Diplomate, American Board of Emergency Medicine
Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners
American College of Emergency Physicians
National Medical Association
Association for Health Services Research
Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
Access to Care
Blanchard J, Lurie N. Preventive Care in the United States: Are Blacks Finally Catching Up?, Ethnicity and Disease. August, 2005.
Blanchard JC, Haywood Y, Stein BD, Tanielian TL, Stoto M, Lurie N. In Their Own Words: Lessons Learned From Those Exposed to Anthrax. American Journal of Public Health, Vol. 95, No. 3, March 2005, pp. 489-495.
Blanchard JC, Lurie N. R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Patient reports of disrespect in the healthcare setting and its impact on care. Journal of Family Practice. 2003; 53: 721.
Blanchard J, Haywood Y, Scott C. Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health: An Emergency Medicine Perspective. Acad Emerg Med 2003 10: 1289-1293.
Blanchard J, McCann E, Lynn J. Quality improvement in end of life care. Postgrad Med. 2002; 111: 21-22, 25-26.
Davis LM, Blanchard JC. Improving the preparedness of the health response to biological and chemical terrorism. RAND Issue Paper. IP-221. 3/2002.
Blanchard J, Hosek S. Health Care Financing Issues for Women with Disabilities, RAND, PM-1246, 2002
Blanchard J. Board scores and resident performance: is there a link?
Ann Emerg Med. 2000; 36: 64-7.
Curtis, Kevin and Blanchard, J. Violence in the Emergency Department. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. 1999; 17: 717-31