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Department of Internal Medicine

General Internal Medicine

Photo of  Christine Burrows, MD

Christine Burrows, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine

  • Bachelor's Degree: Duke University
  • Medical Degree: University of Virginia Health Sciences Center
  • Intern &Resident : University of Cincinnati/Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center
  • : University of Ghana and Holy Family Hospital
  • : Imperial College
  • : Oxford University

Board Certifications & Licenses
  • American Board of Internal Medicine, 2000
  • American Board of Pediatrics, 2000
  • Ohio License 1996
  • DEA License 1996
  • Certification on "Centering" Group Well Child Care, 2013, -Recieved trianing and national ceritfication as a Facilitator for Centering Well Child Group VIsits. -2013-Coordinated with Tiffany Diers in inititiating "Group Well Child Check Visits" at UC Med-Peds using the National Centering Model
Contact Information
  • Medical Sciences Building
  • 231 Albert Sabin Way, ML 0535
  • Cincinnati, Ohio 45267-0535
  • Office 513-558-7581
  • Fax 513-558-4399
  • Email

Peer Reviewed Publications

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Eckman, Mark H; Wise, Ruth; Leonard, Anthony C; Dixon, Estrelita; Burrows, Christine; Khan, Faisal; Warm, Eric 2012. Impact of health literacy on outcomes and effectiveness of an educational intervention in patients with chronic diseases. Patient education and counseling, 87 2, 143-51

Morris, Timothy A; Marsh, James J; Burrows, Craig M; Chiles, Peter G; Konopka, Ronald G; Pedersen, Craig A 2003. Urine and plasma levels of fibrinopeptide B in patients with deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism. Thrombosis research, 110 2-3, 159-65

Burrows, C M; Mathews, W C; Colt, H G 2000. Predicting survival in patients with recurrent symptomatic malignant pleural effusions: an assessment of the prognostic values of physiologic, morphologic, and quality of life measures of extent of disease. Chest, 117 1, 73-8

Darling, T N; Burrows, C M; Blum, J J . Rapid shape change and release of ninhydrin-positive substances by Leishmania major promastigotes in response to hypo-osmotic stress. The Journal of protozoology, 37 6, 493-9