Sharon Phillips, MD
Assistant Professor
Boston University School of Medicine
Dept of Family Medicine




Sharon Phillips, MD, MPH, is an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the Boston University School of Medicine. She has past experience as a Medical Officer, a doctor on call, and as an Urgent Care Provider. During her residency, she received an award for her teaching and an award for her work in behavioral science. Dr. Phillips is licensed in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

2009 Montefiore Medical Center: Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Teaching of Medical Students
2009 Montefiore Medical Center: Behavioral Science Award
1999 Columbia University: Magna cum Laude
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  1. Phillips SJ, Hofler LG, Modest AM, Harvey LFB, Wu LH, Hacker MR. Continuation of copper and levonorgestrel intrauterine devices: a retrospective cohort study. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2017 Jul; 217(1):57.e1-57.e6. PMID: 28315664.
     
  2. Polis CB, Curtis KM, Hannaford PC, Phillips SJ, Chipato T, Kiarie JN, Westreich DJ, Steyn PS. An updated systematic review of epidemiological evidence on hormonal contraceptive methods and HIV acquisition in women. AIDS. 2016 Nov 13; 30(17):2665-2683. PMID: 27500670.
     
  3. Polis CB, Phillips SJ, Hillier SL, Achilles SL. Levonorgestrel in contraceptives and multipurpose prevention technologies: does this progestin increase HIV risk or interact with antiretrovirals? AIDS. 2016 Nov 13; 30(17):2571-2576. PMID: 27525548.
     
  4. Phillips SJ, Steyn PS, Curtis KM. The safety of Sino-implant (II) for women with medical conditions or other characteristics: a systematic review. Contraception. 2016 Sep; 94(3):216-25. PMID: 27217053.
     
  5. Phillips SJ, Bennett AH, Hacker MR, Gold M. Reproductive coercion: an under-recognized challenge for primary care patients. Fam Pract. 2016 06; 33(3):286-9. PMID: 27037349; DOI: 10.1093/fampra/cmw020;.
     
  6. Phillips SJ, Mbizvo MT. Empowering adolescent girls in Sub-Saharan Africa to prevent unintended pregnancy and HIV: A critical research gap. Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 2016 Jan; 132(1):1-3. PMID: 26613822.
     
  7. Phillips SJ, Polis CB, Curtis KM. The safety of hormonal contraceptives for women living with HIV and their sexual partners. Contraception. 2016 Jan; 93(1):11-6. PMID: 26515194.
     
  8. Phillips SJ, Tepper NK, Kapp N, Nanda K, Temmerman M, Curtis KM. Progestogen-only contraceptive use among breastfeeding women: a systematic review. Contraception. 2016 Sep; 94(3):226-52. PMID: 26410174.
     
  9. Tunçalp Ö, Fall IS, Phillips SJ, Williams I, Sacko M, Touré OB, Thomas LJ, Say L. Conflict, displacement and sexual and reproductive health services in Mali: analysis of 2013 health resources availability mapping system (HeRAMS) survey. Confl Health. 2015; 9:28. PMID: 26379767; PMCID: PMC4568579.
     
  10. Tepper NK, Phillips SJ, Kapp N, Gaffield ME, Curtis KM. Combined hormonal contraceptive use among breastfeeding women: an updated systematic review. Contraception. 2016 Sep; 94(3):262-74. PMID: 26002804.
     
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