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Sandra Flavia Braganza, M.D.

Dr. Sandra Flavia Braganza

Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics (Social Pediatrics)

Assistant Professor, Department of Family and Social Medicine

 

Professional Interests

Interests

  • Asthma
  • Global Health
  • Medical education
  • Pediatric nutrition

Active Projects

  • Resident education in social determinants of health
  • Improving library card ownership in underserved communities
  • Evaluation of teen clinic

Recent Presentations

  1. Perez M, Scharbach K, Braganza S. Parents perceived importance and applicability of the 5-2-1-0 guidelines. Pediatric Academic Societies, 2012.
  2. Zajac L, Scharbach K, Braganza S. Secondhand Smoke Exposure in Multiunit Housing: What’s the Drift? Pediatric Academic Societies, 2013:4535.626.
  3. Turner C, Scharbach K, Braganza S. Do Parents Read the Label? An Assessment of Parents’ Use and Understanding of Nutrition Labels. Pediatric Academic Societies, 2013:3806:118.
  4. Elensary M, Kuo A, Klein M, Alcamo A, Braganza S, Lax Y, Patel M, Shchiff D. Catalysts for change: Empowering resident advocates focused on leadership and community engagement. Presented at the Association of Pediatric Program Directors Chicago, April 2014.
  5. Patel M, Braganza S. Assessing Legal Needs of Patients at a Federally Qualified Health Center. PAS 2014.
  6. Fiori K, Schecter J, Houndenou S, Braganza S. Global Health Delivery Science: Applying the Care Delivery Value Framework to a Community Based HIV/AIDS Initiative in Togo, West Africa, AAP 2014.
  7. Singh A, Wilkinson S, Braganza S. Smartphones and pediatric apps to mobilize the medical home. J Pediatrics. 2014:165(3):606-610.
 

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Contact

Montefiore Medical Center
3544 Jerome Avenue , Room 216
Bronx, NY 10467

Tel: 718.920.6002
sbraganz@montefiore.org

 
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