Dr. Brittany U. Carter ensures the trustworthiness of our health risk assessments by using evidence-based methods to uphold the scientific integrity of new and existing products. She also leads original research projects using large sets of observational data and represents Wellsource in publications and presentations.
Dr. Carter has over 15 years of experience in evidence-based practice, specifically conducting systematic reviews used to inform health recommendations, clinical practice guidelines, and health initiatives and policies. She has co-authored numerous systematic reviews evaluating the benefits and harms of various prevention interventions including cancer screening, behavioral counseling, and chemoprevention. She has also published original research advancing the methods of systematic review and guideline development.
She earned a Doctor of Health Science from A.T. Still University and a Master of Public Health from Portland State University. As a health professional, excellence and integrity are the values most important to Dr. Carter. “It’s so important that those of us entrusted with the wellbeing of others do our absolute best to provide meaningful solutions,” she says.
Dr. Carter enjoys extreme sports like downhill mountain biking, skiing, and snowboarding on Mt. Hood, and riding around on her ATV on the sand dunes of the Oregon Coast.