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2021
Mujahid MS, Kan P, Leonard SA, Hailu EM, Wall-Wieler E, Abrams B, Main E, Profit J, Carmichael SL.  2021.  Birth hospital and racial and ethnic differences in severe maternal morbidity in the state of California.. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 224(2):219.e1-219.e15.
2020
Main EK, Chang S-C, Dhurjati R, Cape V, Profit J, Gould JB.  2020.  Reduction in racial disparities in severe maternal morbidity from hemorrhage in a large-scale quality improvement collaborative.. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 223(1):123.e1-123.e14.
2019
Parker MG, Burnham LA, Melvin P, Singh R, Lopera AM, Belfort MB, Moses JM, Gupta M.  2019.  Addressing Disparities in Mother's Milk for VLBW Infants Through Statewide Quality Improvement.. Pediatrics. 144(1)
Apfeld JC, Kastenberg ZJ, Gibbons AT, Phibbs CS, Lee HC, Sylvester KG.  2019.  The disproportionate cost of operation and congenital anomalies in infancy.. Surgery. 165(6):1234-1242.
Ravi D, Sigurdson K, Profit J.  2019.  Improving Quality of Care Can Mitigate Persistent Disparities.. Pediatrics. 144(3)
Dhurjati R, Sigurdson K, Profit J.  2019.  Patient- and Family-Centered Care as a Dimension of Quality.. Am J Med Qual. 34(3):307-308.
Leonard SA, Main EK, Scott KA, Profit J, Carmichael SL.  2019.  Racial and ethnic disparities in severe maternal morbidity prevalence and trends.. Ann Epidemiol. 33:30-36.
Sigurdson K, Mitchell B, Liu J, Morton C, Gould JB, Lee HC, Capdarest-Arest N, Profit J.  2019.  Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Neonatal Intensive Care: A Systematic Review.. Pediatrics. 144(2)
2018
Sigurdson K, Morton C, Mitchell B, Profit J.  2018.  Disparities in NICU quality of care: a qualitative study of family and clinician accounts.. J Perinatol. 38(5):600-607.
2017
Profit J, Gould JB, Bennett M, Goldstein BA, Draper D, Phibbs CS, Lee HC.  2017.  Racial/Ethnic Disparity in NICU Quality of Care Delivery.. Pediatrics. 140(3)
2016
Eneriz-Wiemer M, Saynina O, Sundaram V, Lee HC, Bhattacharya J, Sanders LM.  2016.  Parent Language: A Predictor for Neurodevelopmental Follow-up Care Among Infants With Very Low Birth Weight.. Acad Pediatr. 16(7):645-52.