Dr. Sholas (Doc Mo Sho) is an expert writer for both academics and the press. He specializes in racism in medicine, health disparities, moral distress in medicine, the role of pediatric assent in the face of guardian refusal of consent, and the influence of organizational culture on providing complex care. 

Doc Mo Sho has been published in journals such as JAMA Pediatrics, the Journal of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine, PM&R, and the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

He has also been featured in press outlets such as the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Louisiana Illuminator, and American Healthcare Leader.


Journal Editor & Reviewer

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JAMA Pediatrics Publication

Entitled "Children With Disabilities Must Be More Than an Afterthought in School Reopening"

Journal of Pediatric Rehab Medicine Publication

Entitled "The actual and potential impact of the novel 2019 coronavirus on pediatric rehabilitation: A commentary and review of its effects and potential disparate influence on Black, Latinx and Native American marginalized populations in the United States"

PM&R Journal Publication

Entitled "More than good seed: Cultivating investigators from underrepresented minority backgrounds in physiatric research"

Journal of Pediatric Rehab Medicine Publication

Entitled "School reopening during COVID-19 pandemic: Considering students with disabilities"

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