Margot Kelly-Hedrick is a Master of Bioethics student. She completed her BA in Psychology at McGill University (Montreal, Canada) in 2017. She is interested in reproductive health disparities and ethical issues that arise in reproductive care. Margot’s thesis focuses on disparities in access to fertility services in the United States and explores policy-based solutions to reduce these disparities. Margot also has research experience in reproductive psychiatry, child psychiatry, clinical psychology and trauma. She currently works as a research program coordinator in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to integrate art and the humanities into medical education and clinical care to increase the provision of humanistic medicine.
- Reproductive ethics
- Health disparities
- Medical humanities
- Medical education
- B.A., Psychology, McGill University
Kelly-Hedrick, M., Gelgoot, E., Miner, S., Chan, P., Ells, C., Lo., K., Mahutte, N., Ouhilal, S., Tulandi, T., & Zelkowitz, P. (2018, September). Infertility-related concerns and barriers to communication: Patient and provider perspectives. Poster presented at The Canadian Fertility & Andrology Society’s 64th Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.