Diane Madlon-Kay, MD, MS
University of Minnesota Medical Center Family Medicine Residency
Maternal child health, practice-based research networks,
MD, New York Medical College
MS, University of Minnesota
Madigan Army Medical Center Family Medicine Residency
Madlon-Kay trained in an army family medicine residency and served five additional peace-time years. Prior to joining UMMC faculty in 2005, she taught at Regions Hospital. In addition to conducting her own research projects, Madlon-Kay is active in several practice-based research networks. Her primary area of clinical and research interest is maternal-child health, specifically newborn jaundice.
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Minneapolis, MN 55407
Kusnir D, Madlon-Kay DJ. Is liquid-based cytology more effective than the conventional method for identifying cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) grade 2 or higher in women? Evidence-Based Practice. 2014;17(1):13.
Singh G, Madlon-Kay DJ. What is the prognosis for various degrees of scoliosis in adolescents? Evidence-Based Practice. 2013;16(4):6.
Adam P, Madlon-Kay DJ. What is the prevalence of vaginal dryness postpartum and what is the best treatment? Evidence-Based Practice. 2012;15(12):8-9.
Munib S, Madlon-Kay DJ. In depth: What are the benefits and harms of bedrest for complications of pregnancy? Evidence-Based Practice. 2012;15(12):1-2.
Thorat SS, Madlon-Kay DJ. Should a cytobrush be used for pap smears in pregnant patients? Evidence-Based Practice. 2012;15(12):17.