Dr. Tucker Edmonds specializes in social and cultural disparities in medicine, clinical ethics, and reproductive justice. Her research examines the manner in which social and cultural factors influence patient-provider communication and decision-making when faced with ethically complex and uncertain outcomes in the setting of extreme prematurity.

Research Interests:

  • Decision making in the setting of extreme prematurity
  • Race and End-of-Life Care

Research Interests:

  • Shared Decision-Making
  • Patient-Provider Communication
  • Health Disparities
  • Clinical Ethics
  • Reproductive Justice

Clinical Interests: Women's Health

Keywords: Decision making in extreme prematurity; Reproductive justice; Social and cultural disparities in medicine; Race and end-of-life care

Obstetrics and Gynecology, Biomedical Science
MS, University of Pennsylvania, Health Policy Research, 2011
MD, Brown University, 2005
MPH, Harvard University, Quantitiative Methods, 2005
AB, Brown University, Community Health and African American Studies, 2000