Emily Hall, RN, MSN, MPH

HS Asst Clinical Professor


Emily M. Hall RN, MSN, MPH began working in global health as a graduate student with a project promoting community building through art in post-genocide Rwanda and in demographic research in rural Malawi. In 2008, Emily joined Partners In Health, a Boston based nonprofit which provides a preferential option for the poor for health. In her role with PIH, Emily returned to Rwanda and focused on training initiatives for the Rwandan nursing staff of a rural district hospital. Emily provided clinical and nursing staff support at the State University Hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti following the earthquake there in 2010. Upon her return to the US, Emily was a Primary Care Family Nurse Practitioner in a community health center in Boston, Massachusetts, applying her knowledge of global health to a largely immigrant population. She joined the faculty at the University of California, San Francisco in 2014 to lead a project which trains US graduates of master's in nursing programs to practice in global health through a year long experience in rural Haiti.



Hall EM, Acevedo J, López FG, Cortés S, Ferreccio C, Smith AH, Steinmaus CM. Hypertension among adults exposed to drinking water arsenic in Northern Chile. Environ Res. 2016 Dec 02; 153:99-105.
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