Erica N. Fowler, Ph.D is a strategy and analytics professional with a profound interest in generating data-driven insights to improve health and business outcomes through the lens of intersectionality. She has ten years’ experience designing study protocol, manipulating, modeling, interpreting, and reporting quantitative and qualitative data to describe and predict trends in patient health and consumer behavior using a variety of technical tools including SAS, SQL, Excel, and Tableau.
Dr. Fowler serves as a contributing faculty member to the Health Education & Promotion program at Walden University and serves on doctoral students' dissertation committees.
Dr. Fowler studied Public Health with a specialization is social epidemiology at The Ohio State University. She enjoys melding industry experience with her passion for public health to break down data silos and positively impact healthcare delivery and health outcomes. She has special interest in sociodemographic factors and Social Determinants of Health and their relation to health and health behaviors.
PhD, The Ohio State University
MPH, The Ohio State University
BS, Stephen F. Austin State University
Healthcare Businesswomen's Association, Board Member - Columbus
Market Research Exchange of Central Ohio, Board Member - Columbus
College of Public Health Alumni Society, Board Member - Columbus
Marino, A. J., Fletcher, E. N., Whitaker, R. C., Anderson, S. E. (2012). Amount and environmental predictors of outdoor playtime at home and school: a cross-sectional analysis of a national sample of preschool-aged children attending Head Start.. Health & place
Cheng, Y. W., Fletcher, E. N., Roberts, K. J., McKenzie, L. B. (2014). Baby gate-related injuries among children in the United States, 1990-2010.. Academic pediatrics
Roberts, K. J., Fowler, E. N., Comstock, R. D., Fernandez, S., Abdel-Rasoul, M., Mihalov, L., Casavant, M. J., McKenzie, L. B. (2018). Carbon Monoxide Alarm and Smoke Alarm Use Among Parents Recruited From a Pediatric Emergency Department. The journal of primary prevention
Krebs, M. G., Fletcher, E. N., Werman, H., McKenzie, L. B. (2014). Characteristics of nontrauma scene flights for air medical transport.. Air medical journal
McKenzie, L. B., Fowler, E. N., Roberts, K. J., Kaercher, R. M. (2017). Child Passenger Safety in the Somali Communities of Columbus, Ohio. Journal of community health
Fletcher, E. N., McKenzie, L. B., Comstock, R. D. (2014). Epidemiologic comparison of injured high school basketball athletes reporting to emergency departments and the athletic training setting.. Journal of athletic training
McKenzie, L. B., Fletcher, E., Nelson, N. G., Roberts, K. J., Klein, E. G. (2016). Epidemiology of skateboarding-related injuries sustained by children and adolescents 5-19 years of age and treated in US emergency departments: 1990 through 2008.. Injury epidemiology
Keim, S. A., Fletcher, E. N., TePoel, M. R., McKenzie, L. B. (2012). Injuries associated with bottles, pacifiers, and sippy cups in the United States, 1991-2010.. Pediatrics
Collins, C. L., Fletcher, E. N., Fields, S. K., Kluchurosky, L., Rohrkemper, M. K., Comstock, R. D., Cantu, R. C. (2014). Neck strength: a protective factor reducing risk for concussion in high school sports.. The journal of primary prevention
Fletcher, E. N., Whitaker, R. C., Marino, A. J., Anderson, S. E. (2014). Screen Time at Home and School among Low-Income Children Attending Head Start.. Child indicators research
Roth, C., Payne, P. R., Weier, R. C., Shoben, A. B., Fletcher, E. N., Lai, A. M., Kelley, M. M., Plascak, J. J., Foraker, R. E. (2016). The geographic distribution of cardiovascular health in the stroke prevention in healthcare delivery environments (SPHERE) study.. Journal of biomedical informatics
Fletcher, E. N., Roberts, K. J., Nelson, N. G., Mehl, A., McKenzie, L. B. (2012). Child passenger safety among Somali living in Columbus, Ohio. The Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine
Fletcher, E. N., Roberts, K. J., Nelson, N. G., Mehl, A., McKenzie, L. B. (2012). Child passenger safety in the Somali communities of Columbus, Ohio. The American Public Health Asscociation