Qualitative examination of implementation of telehealth medication abortion services at an academic institution
Awarded 2024
Uta Landy Complex Family Planning Scholars
Keemi Ereme, MD, MPH
University of Washington

Dr. Keemi Ereme is an OB/GYN and Complex Family Planning Fellow at the University of Washington. She completed her Master’s Degree in Public Health at The George Washington University. She then went on to complete her medical degree at Howard University College of Medicine in 2019. She completed her Obstetrics and Gynecology residency at University of Illinois at Chicago in 2023. She is passionate about reproductive health and reproductive justice especially as it relates to people of color. She incorporates advocacy into her career to help advance those objectives. Her research focuses on health disparities and centers people of color. She is a fellow of the Physicians for Reproductive Health Leadership Training Academy, class of 2023. She is also the host of the podcast, The Oshun Project: Speaking Justice to Reproductive Health, which centers people of color and aims to educate and advocate for reproductive justice. Her fellowship research project is a qualitative analysis of the implementation of the telehealth medication abortion program at the University of Washington. This study will use the RE-AIM (Reach, Effectiveness, Adoption, Implementation, and Maintenance) framework and semi-structured interviews to understand and create a blueprint for the creation of telehealth medication programs at large academic medical centers.