Kate Kellogg, MD, MPH
Assistant Professor/Clinical Safety Scientist, Georgetown University/National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare
Dr. Kate Kellogg is Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine. Prior to her medical training, she completed her Master of Public Health degree at the Dartmouth Institute. She received her MD from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, where she also devoted an extra year to research. She completed her residency training in Emergency Medicine at Vanderbilt University.
Dr. Kellogg is an expert in the application of human factors engineering principles to patient safety in healthcare. She has a particular interest in a systems approach to safety. Her research currently focuses on adverse event review, electronic health record usability, and workplace stress and task management in the Emergency Department. Her research is funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the Department of Defense, and MedStar Health.
Dr. Kellogg lives in Maryland with her husband and three children.
- Leadership, Professional Development, Wellness
- Research (Methodology, Funding)
- Patient Safety
- Just Culture
- Adverse Event Review
- Human Factors Engineering