Reneé Crichlow, MD
North Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Residency
MD, University of California (UC), Davis
UC Davis Medical Center Family Medicine Residency
Fellowship: UC, San Francisco (faculty development and research)
Fellowship: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (primary care health policy)
Crichlow joined the University of Minnesota North Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Residency faculty in 2009. She has completed fellowships in faculty development and research and primary care health policy. Her medical and research interests include evidence-based practice, obstetrics, and public health interventions.
1020 W Broadway Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55411
2014-15, UMN Office for Equity and Diversity, “The Ladder: Building a Community of Intergenerational Medical Scholars in North Minneapolis”
Crichlow R. Applications of complex dynamics, an approach to refractory health policy interventions. In: Sturmberg JP, Marin CM, eds. Handbook of Systems and Complexity in Health. New York, NY: Springer-Verlag; 2013.
Wilson RT, Giroux J, Kasicky KR, Crichlow R, Rhodes NA, Tingueley J, et al. Breast and cervical cancer screening patterns among American Indian women at IHS clinics in Montana and Wyoming. Public Health Reports. 2011;126(6):806-15.