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Emily White VanGompel , MD, MPH

MD, MPH, Family Medicine

Contact Information

 224-364-7303

Education

Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
Bachelor of Arts, June 2004
Majors: Psychology; Minor: Anthropology

University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine, May 2011

University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health
Master of Public Health, May 2011

University of California, Davis
Department of Family and Community Medicine, Leadership Track
Family Medicine Residency, completed August 2014

University of California, Davis
Center for Healthcare Policy and Research
Quality, Safety, and Comparative Effectiveness Research Training Program
AHRQ T-32 Postdoctoral Fellowsh ip, completed August 2016

Board Certification

American Board of Family Medicine
Family Medicine Diplomate

Research and Academic Interests

Maternal-child health
Cesarean section overuse
Mixed methods research
Organizational and Implementation Science Methodologies

Career Summary

Clinical Assistant Professor
University of Chicago,Pritzker School of Medicine

Attending Faculty Physician
University of Chicago (NorthShore) Family Medicine Residency

Founding Member Organization Representative, Board of Directors, Family Practice Inquiries Network

Member, Ambulatory Primary Care Innovations Group, August 2016-present NorthShorc University HealthSystem , Evanston,IL

Member, Reproductive Health Outcomes and Disparities Research Group,August 2016-present
University of Chicago,Chicago, IL

Grant Generating Project, September 2016-May 2017 North American Primary Care Research Group

Research Fellowship, August 2014-August 2016 Center for Healthcare Policy and Research University of California - Davis, Sacramento, CA

Resident Longitudinal Research Elective, July 2012-August 2014 University of California -Davis, Sacramento, CA

Public Health Internship, January 2010-May 2010 Near North Health Services Corporation, Chicago, IL

Honors and Awards

Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society, inducted 2011 University of 1llinois at Chicago School of Public Health

Gold Humanism Honor Society, inducted 2010
University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine

Dr. Bertram A. Richardson Scholarship Fund Award
University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine

Chancellor's Student Service and Leadership Award
University of Illinois at Chicago

Abbas Hyderi Leadership Award
University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine

Scholarly Work

Research Grants/Projects:

Nm T32 NRSA Grant      White VanGompel, Trainee       08/11/2014-08/11/2016 Quality, Safety, and Comparative Effectiveness Research Training Grant funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research Quality

S-D936808-MCPAB  Eidson-Ton, White VanGompel (co-Pis)  10/1/2015-09/30/2016

UC Davis Department of Family and Community Medicine Jump Start Fund
Project entitled:Maternity Care Providers' Attitudes and Birth Outcomes: Measuring the "Gray Zone"

Select National Peer-Reviewed Presentations/Workshops:

Explaining Unexplained Variation in Patient Outcomes: Cesarean Overuse and the Culture ofCare. Accepted for presentation at: Academy Health Annual Research Meeting, Seattle, Washington (June, 2018).

Identifying Protective Factors for Poor Maternal Outcomes. Presented by co-author at: North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (2017).

Making the Call: Assessing Attribution of Birth Outcomes to Providers on Labor and Delivery.Presented by co-author at: North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (2017).

Exploring How Providers Counsel Patients to Reduce the Likelihood of Cesarean Delivery.Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (2017).

Provider Birth Attitudes and Cesarean Section Rates: Convergent Validity of a Measure ofBirth Culture. Presented at: Academy Health Annual Research Meeting, Boston, MA (2016).

Attitudes and Beliefs of Medical Trainees Practicing Obstetrics: A Cross Sectional Survey byTraining Level and Discipline. Presented by co-author at: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, Minneapolis, MN (2016).

Provider Birth Attitudes and Cesarean Section Rates:Measuring Culture to Predict Outcomes.
Presented at: Annual NRSA Trainees Conference, Boston, MA (2016).

Frequency of Repeat Screening Bone Mineral Densitometry in Lower and Higher Risk Groups: A Population-Based Cohort Study. Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Conference, Cancun, Mexico (2015).

Maternity Care Provider Attitudes and Birth Outcomes: Measuring the "Gray Zone". Presented at: Annual NRSA Trainees Conference, Minneapolis, MN (2015).

Primary Care Attributes andPrevention: Implications for the Patient-centered Medical Home.Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Conference'; New York, NY (2014).

Patient-CenteredMedicalHome and Preventive Care: Does the New Paradigm Deliver?Works in Progress Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Conference, Ottawa, ON (2013).

Diabetes Fair: Evaluating Objective Outcomes and Self Efficacy Through A Group Care Model.Presented at: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, Baltimore, MD (2012).

Implementation of a multimedia diabetes education program in a safety-net setting. Presented at: Society for General Internal Medicine, Chicago, IL. (20l0)

 

 

Publications

  1. White VanGompel E Do provider birth attitudes influence cesarean delivery rate: a cross-sectional study. BMC pregnancy and childbirth 2018 May 29 PMID: 29843622
  2. White VanGompel EC Incidence and Predictors of Repeat Bone Mineral Densitometry: A Longitudinal Cohort Study. Journal of general internal medicine 2017 Oct PMID: 28634907
  3. VanGompel EC, Jerant AF, Franks PM Primary Care Attributes Associated with Receipt of Preventive Care Services: A National Study. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine : JABFM PMID: 26546648
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