Phoebe Jean-Pierre is a JD/PhD candidate in the Media, Technology, and Society program and the Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. Her research centers on health communication, both in how we talk about health and some of the legal questions involved. Currently, her research focuses on the disclosure of medical error. Beyond this, Phoebe is interested in risk/crisis communication during health emergencies, doctor-patient confidentiality, privacy and protected health information, ethical and legal issues in health communication, and legal questions surrounding minors and consent. Phoebe holds a BA in Communication and World History from the University of Pennsylvania.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Pennsylvania - Bachelor in Arts, Communication, General
Graduate Degree: Northwestern University - Doctor of Philosophy, Health Communication
ACT Composite: 29
SAT Composite: 1970
SAT Math: 630
SAT Verbal: 660
SAT Writing: 680
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