Lois Lee, M.D., M.P.H.
Dr. Lee is a staff attending physician in pediatric emergency medicine
at Children’s Hospital Boston with research interests in the areas
of pediatric injury prevention and trauma care. She received her M.D.
from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and her M.P.H.
from the Harvard School of Public Health. She completed her pediatric
residency at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia followed by
a pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at Children's Hospital, Boston.
During her M.P.H. degree, she began her research with Dr. Kimberly Thompson
at the Kids Risk Project evaluating parental knowledge, attitudes, and
practices about child water safety, including bath safety. She and Dr.
Thompson performed an analysis of demographic factors and their association
with pediatric submersion injury outcomes.
Lee LK, Thompson KM. Parental survey of beliefs and practices about bathing
and water safety and their children: Guidance for drowning prevention.
Accident Analysis and Prevention 2007;39(1):58-62.
Lee LK, Mao C, Thompson KM. Demographic factors and their association
with outcomes in pediatric submersion injury. Acad Emerg Med.