- Assistant Professor
Pediatrics-Global Immigrant Health
Baylor College of Medicine
- TX Childs Feigin Ctr (Office)
Houston, TX 77030
- MD from Washington University School of Medicine
- St. Louis
- MPH from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
- Global Health
- Residency at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
- Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital
- Global Health Leadership and Innovation
- American Board of Pediatrics
Professional StatementDr. Fredricks is the Director of the Program for Immigrant and Refugee Child Health (PIRCH) at Texas Children's Hospital/Baylor College of Medicine. She is committed to helping achieve health equity for all children at the highest standard of care, especially those who are newly arrived to the United States. Dr. Fredricks devotes her clinical, teaching, and research efforts to improving both access to and quality of health services for these populations.
- Schwartz KR, Fredricks K, Al Tawil Z, Kandler T, Odenyo SA, Imbamba J, Nelson BD, Burke TF "An innovative safe anesthesia and analgesia package for emergency pediatric procedures and surgeries when no anesthetist is available." International Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2016 9 (1): 16-23.
- Fredricks K, Dinh H, Kusi M, Yogal C, Karmacharya BM, Burke TF, Nelson BD "Community Health Workers and Disasters: Lessons Learned from the 2015 Earthquake in Nepal." Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 2017 32 (6): 604-609.
- Fant CD, Schwartz KR, Patel H, Fredricks K, Nelson BD, Ouma K, Burke TF "Developing and Implementing a Pediatric Emergency Care Curriculum for Providers at District Level Hospitals in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Case Study in Kenya." Frontiers in Public Health. 2017 December 11; :
- Atallah D, Djalali A, Fredricks K, Arlington L, Bussio M, Nelson BD "Developing Equitable Primary Health Care in Conflict-Affected Settings: A Qualitative Study of Expert Perspectives from the Frontlines." Qualitative Health Research. 2018 28 (1): 98-111.
- Zubairi H, Nelson BD, Tulshian P, Fredricks K, Odongo F, Altawil Z, Mireles S, Burke TF "Hyaluronidase-assisted resuscitation in Kenya (HARK) for severely dehydrated children." Pediatric Emergency Care. 2017 July 4; :
- Texas Pediatric Society
- Society of Refugee Healthcare Providers
- American Academy of Pediatrics
- Co-chair, Refugee Health Working Group
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