Jacqueline Grupp-Phelan, MD, MPH

Professor, Division Chief and Vice Chair for Pediatric Emergency Medicine
UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital San Francisco

UCSF School of Medicine
Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Box 0632
550 - 16th Street, Floor 5
San Francisco, CA 94143

BA: University of Cincinnati
MD: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
MPH: University of Washington School of Public Health and Community Medicine
Residency: Children's Memorial Hospital, Northwestern University Medical School
Fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Children's Memorial Hospital, Northwestern University Medical School
Fellowship in General and Academic Pediatrics: University of Washington, Department of Health Services & Division of Pediatrics
Board Certification: Pediatrics


Successful Suicide Screening in the Pediatric Emergency Department: Youth, Parent, Researcher and Clinician Perspectives.

Archives of suicide research : official journal of the International Academy for Suicide Research

Vaughn LM, Elizabeth Sunny C, Lindquist-Grantz R, King C, Brent D, Boyd S, Grupp-Phelan J

Will they participate? Predicting patients' response to clinical trial invitations in a pediatric emergency department.

Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA

Ni Y, Beck AF, Taylor R, Dyas J, Solti I, Grupp-Phelan J, Dexheimer JW

A Controlled Trial Using Natural Language Processing to Examine the Language of Suicidal Adolescents in the Emergency Department.

Suicide & life-threatening behavior

Pestian JP, Grupp-Phelan J, Bretonnel Cohen K, Meyers G, Richey LA, Matykiewicz P, Sorter MT

Factors associated with participation in research conducted in a pediatric emergency department.

Pediatric emergency care

Taylor RG, Hounchell M, Ho M, Grupp-Phelan J

Comparison of emergency care delivered to children and young adults with complex chronic conditions between pediatric and general emergency departments.

Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine

Murtagh Kurowski E, Byczkowski T, Grupp-Phelan JM

Mental health follow-up among adolescents with suicidal behaviors after emergency department discharge.

Archives of suicide research : official journal of the International Academy for Suicide Research

Sobolewski B, Richey L, Kowatch RA, Grupp-Phelan J

The acceptability of mental health screening in a pediatric emergency department.

Pediatric emergency care

Williams JR, Ho ML, Grupp-Phelan J

Referral to the emergency department by a primary care provider predicts severity of illness.


Rinderknecht AS, Ho M, Matykiewicz P, Grupp-Phelan JM

Referral and resource use patterns for psychiatric-related visits to pediatric emergency departments.

Pediatric emergency care

Grupp-Phelan J, Mahajan P, Foltin GL, Jacobs E, Tunik M, Sonnett M, Miller S, Dayan P

Using natural language processing to classify suicide notes.

AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings. AMIA Symposium

Pestian JP, Matykiewicz P, Grupp-Phelan J, Lavanier SA, Combs J, Kowatch R

Failure of psychiatric referrals from the pediatric emergency department.

BMC emergency medicine

Grupp-Phelan J, Delgado SV, Kelleher KJ

Mental health problems in children and caregivers in the emergency department setting.

Journal of developmental and behavioral pediatrics : JDBP

Grupp-Phelan J, Wade TJ, Pickup T, Ho ML, Lucas CP, Brewer DE, Kelleher KJ

Trends in mental health and chronic condition visits by children presenting for care at U.S. emergency departments.

Public health reports (Washington, D.C. : 1974)

Grupp-Phelan J, Harman JS, Kelleher KJ

Identifying children with pneumonia in the emergency department.

Clinical pediatrics

Mahabee-Gittens EM, Grupp-Phelan J, Brody AS, Donnelly LF, Bracey SE, Duma EM, Mallory ML, Slap GB

Post-traumatic stress and its effect on health outcomes in children.

The Journal of pediatrics

Grupp-Phelan J, Zatzick D

Chronic ankle morbidity in obese children following an acute ankle injury.

Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine

Timm NL, Grupp-Phelan J, Ho ML

Depression in mothers of children presenting for emergency and primary care: impact on mothers' perceptions of caring for their children.

Ambulatory pediatrics : the official journal of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association

Grupp-Phelan J, Whitaker RC, Naish AB