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Nancy Ewen Wang, M.D. Curriculum Vitae
Present Academic Rank and Positions Associate Director Pediatric Emergency Medicine Assistant Professor Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Surgery Assistant Professor Pediatrics (courtesy) Education 1998-1993 1983-1986 1981-1983
Stanford University School of Medicine, MD Harvard University: Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude - East Asian Studies University of Utah: Coursework in Math and Chemistry
Postdoctoral Training 1997-1999 Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellow; LPCH and Oakland Children’s Hospital 1996-1997 Chief Resident; Stanford/Kaiser Emergency Medicine Residency 1993-1996 Resident; Stanford/Kaiser Emergency Medicine Residency Board Certification Diplomat of American Board of Pediatric Emergency Medicine 02/01 - Expires 2011 Diplomat of American Board of Emergency Medicine 06/97 - Expires 12/2017 Honors, Awards, Funding 2007-2012 Career Development Award (K23) National Institute of Child Health and Human Development 2007-2008 Child Health Research Program Grant (LPCH) 2006-2007 Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMF) Career Development Award 1990-1991 Foreign Language Area Studies Scholarship 1983-1990 Harry S Truman Scholar Public Service- Health Related 2004-Present Physician Hole in the Wall Gang Camp /Camp for children with serious illness 2003-Present Medical Advisor, Founder: Family Resource Desk 2000, 2009 Physician Volunteer; Doctors for Global Health, Altamirano, Chiapas 2005, 2006,2007 Physician Volunteer/ Consultant; Child Family Health International, Puerto Escondido, Mexico 2000-2002 Coordinator Founder Bombara Lorde Internship (link artists to community health clinics) 1997-present Founding member, board of directors International Medical Options 501C3 Teaching 2006-2007
Medical Director, Population Health Thread of Practice of Medicine, Stanford Medical School
1999 – 12/2008
Coordinator, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Curriculum Pediatric and Emergency Medicine Residency Program
Course Director, Global Health and Medicine Sophomore Seminar, Stanford University (every other year)
2000 - 2003
Course Director, International Health Human Biology, Stanford University
Research/Professional Interests Strong interest and dedication to, community health, medical education, and disparities in health care access and pediatric emergency care. Current research in trauma care access and regionalization, mental health access for children and CT imaging in children. Selected Research Publications 1. Ramarajan N, Krishnamoorthi R, Barth R, Wang NE, et al. Interdisciplinary Initiative to Reduce Radiation Exposure: Evaluation of Appendicitis Using a Emergency Department with Clinical Assessment Supported by a Staged Ultrasound and Computed Tomography Pathway. Academic Emergency Medicine 2009;16:1258-1265. 2. Hsia R, Wang NE, Saynina O, Wise P. Disparities in trauma center access despite increasing utilization: Data from California, 1999-2006. Accepted to the Journal of Trauma, February 2009. 3. Acosta C, Dibble C, Giammona M, Wang NE,. A Model for Improving Uninsured Children’s Access to Health Insurance via the Emergency Department. Journal of Health Care Management 2009 March/April;54(2):105-116. 4. Wang NE, Saynina O, Kuntz-Duriseti K, Mahlow P, Wise P. Variability in pediatric utilization of trauma facilities in California: 1999-2005. Annals Emergency Medicine, 2008;52:607-615. 5. Chamberlain LJ, Wang NE, Ho ET, Banchoff AW, Braddock CH, Gesundheit N. Integrating Collaborative Population Health Projects into a Medical Student Curriculum at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Academic Medicine 2008;83:338-344. 6. Bravata DM, Wang, NE, Holty, JC, et al. Inhalational, Gastrointestinal, and Cutaneous Anthrax in Children: A Systematic Review of Cases From 1900 to 2005. Archives Pediatric Adolescent Medicine 2007;161:896-905. 7. Wang NE, Chan J, Mahlow P, Wise P. Trauma Center Utilization for Children 1998-2004: Trends and Areas for Further Analysis. Academic Emergency Medicine 2007:14(4): 309-15. 8. Wang NE, Kiernan M, Golzari M, Gisondi M. Characteristics of Pediatric Patients at Risk of Poor Emergency Deparment Aftercare Compliance. Academic Emergency Medicine 13 (8) August 2006, pp 840-7. 9. Wang NE, Golzari M, Gisondi M, van der Vlugt. T. Socioeconomic Disparities Negatively Impact Pediatric ED Aftercare. Academic Emergency Medicine 2003;10(11):1-7. 10. Holliman CJ, VanRooyen MJ, Green GB, Kirsch TD, Delooz HH, Clem KJ, Thomas TL, Davis MA, Wang NE, Wolfson AB. Planning Recommendations for International Emergency Medicine and Prehospital Care System Development. Academic Emergency Medicine August 2000, 7(8), pp. 911-917. 11. Shayne P, Holliman CJ, Wang NE, Parrillo SJ. International Emergency Medicine Reference List. Journal of Emergency Medicine January 1999,17, pp. 159-161.
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12. Rodriguez RM, Wang NE, Pearl RG. Prediction of Futile ICU Care from the Emergency Department. Critical Care Medicine November 1997,25, pp. 1801-1806. Books, Letters and Other Publications: Book: (1) Wang, NE Shandro J. Fassl B, Sohoni A editors. Practical Guide of Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Caring for children in your Emergency Department. Cambridge University Press, IN PRESS August 2009. Evidence Reports: (2) 1.
Bravata DM, Wang E, Holty J-E, Lewis R, Wise PH, Nayak S, Liu H, McDonald KM, Owens DK. Pediatric Anthrax: Implications for Bioterrorism Preparedness. Evidence Report/Technology Assessment No. 141. (Prepared by Stanford University—UCSF Evidencebased Practice Center under Contract No. 290-02-0017.) AHRQ Publication No. 06-E013. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. August 2006.
DM Bravata, V Sundaram, R Lewis, K Hertz, KM McDonald, C Sharp, J Kim, E Wang, H Paguntalan, L Chamberlain, M Gould, L Shieh, J-EC Holty, DK Owens. Closing The Quality Gap: A Critical Analysis of Quality Improvement Strategies. Volume 5 - Asthma Care, Stanford University - UCSF Evidence-Based Practice Center, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Contract No. 290-02-0017. 2006.
Selected Abstracts/Manuscripts in preparation: 1. Delgado, M, Acosta C, Wang, NE, Strehlow M, Khandwala Y, West A, Ginde A, Camargo Jr C.
National Survey of Preventive Health Services in United States Emergency Departments. Abstract presented at the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Western Regional Conference June 2009, and to be presented at the ACEP annual meeting Oct 2009. 2. Arroyo AJC, Wang NE, Saynina O, Bhattacharya J, Wise PH. The effect of non-clinical factors
on Emergency Department disposition of injured children in California: 2005-2007. Abstract presented at the Pediatric Academic Society Annual Meeting May 2009. 3. Huffman LC, Horwitz SM, Saynina O, Wren FJ, Wang NE, Wise P. California Children with
Mental Disorder: Predictors of Emergency Department Disposition. Abstract presented at Pediatric Academic Society Annual Meeting May 2009. 4.
Acosta C, Raghunathan A, DeSouza PD, Gilbert GH, Spain DA, Wang NE. Patterns of pediatric trauma transfers to a level I trauma center in California: 2000-2007. Abstract presented at Western Academic Emergency Medicine Conference February 2009 and National Conference of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine April 2009.
Arroyo AJC, Wang NE, Saynina O, Wise PH. The Influence of Insurance Coverage on the Severity of Injury-related Emergency Department Visits in California Children. Abstract presented to Western Academic Emergency Medicine Conference February 2009 and National Conference of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine April 2009.
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Wang NE, Saynina O, Wise P. Do elderly patients with trauma have a lower likelihood of receiving care in a trauma center compared with younger patients? Results from California, 19992006. Abstract presented to National Conference of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine May 2008.
Wang NE, Saynina O, Anoshiravani A, Mahlow P, Wise P. Where Do Children Die? The Ecology of Child Death in California: 1999-2004 (Abstract #753076) Abstract presented at Pediatric Academic Society Annual Meeting May 2008.