Dr. Carpenter received her FRCPC in Emergency Medicine from Queen’s University. She was the Director of Student Affairs for Undergraduate Medicine from 2003 to 2013 and has been the Director fo the Office of Global Health from 2010 to present. She is the co-founder and is Medical Director for the Pamoja Tunaweza Women’s Clinic in Moshi, Tanzania. She is currently working with patients in Chronic Pain and is nearing completion of the process of specialized training in that field. Her academic interests are Global Health and Advocacy.
Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications:
- Jalan, D., Morakis, H., Arya, N., Carpenter, J, Tcholakov, Y., Hall, T., Cherniak, W. Global health training across Canadian family medicine residency programs. Submitted, CMAJ
- Kwan J, Prokubovskaya A, Hofman W, Carpenter J. Mentoring for female medical trainees in a dual-setting group. Medical Education, Vol 49, Issue 5, 2015
- Cunningham MS; Skrastins E; Fitzpatrick R; Jindal P; Oneko O; Yeates K; Booth CM; Carpenter J; Aronson KJ. Cervical cancer screening and HPV vaccine acceptability among rural and urban women in Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania. BMJ Open. 5(3): e005828, 2015