Dr. Brennan’s clinical and research expertise focuses on the management of patients with diabetic foot ulcers. She co-directs the Madison VA’s diabetic foot ulcer clinic, a team of infectious disease providers and podiatrists working together to achieve limb salvage. She also conducts health services research on diabetic foot ulcers, specifically focusing on 1) rural disparities in major amputations, 2) gaps in care amenable to health service interventions, and 3) improving PCP-specialist and specialist-specialist collaboration to address this multifaceted problem.
Effect of health system on the association of rurality and level of disadvantage with receipt of diabetic eye screening
Ankle brachial indices and anaerobes: is peripheral arterial disease associated with anaerobic bacteria in diabetic foot ulcers?
Good working relationships: how healthcare system proximity influences trust between healthcare workers
Use of Novel Strategies to Develop Guidelines for Management of Pyogenic Osteomyelitis in Adults: A WikiGuidelines Group Consensus Statement
Association of Race, Ethnicity, and Rurality With Major Leg Amputation or Death Among Medicare Beneficiaries Hospitalized With Diabetic Foot Ulcers
COVID-19 in Health Care Personnel: Significance of Health Care Role, Contact History, and Symptoms in Those Who Test Positive for SARS-CoV-2 Infection
Expect Delays: Poor Connections Between Rural and Urban Health Systems Challenge Multidisciplinary Care for Rural Americans With Diabetic Foot Ulcers
A systematic review of multidisciplinary teams to reduce major amputations for patients with diabetic foot ulcers
Increasing SBP variability is associated with an increased risk of developing incident diabetic foot ulcers.
The association between geographic density of infectious disease physicians and limb preservation in patients with diabetic foot ulcers