Division of General Internal Medicine

Division of General Internal Medicine
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Edward H. Wu, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine
Assistant Director, J. Edwin Wood Clinic at Pennsylvania Hospital
Department: Medicine

Contact information
J. Edwin Wood Clinic
700 Spruce Street, Suite 304
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Office: 215.829.3521
Fax: 215.829.3532
Education:
BA (Biochemical Sciences)
Harvard University, 1996.
MPA (Health Policy and Management)
Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University, 2000.
MD (Medicine)
New York University School of Medicine, 2001.
MS
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2006.
Post-Graduate Training
Internal Medicine Residency, Rhode Island Hospital, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, 2001-2004.
Fellowship in General Internal Medicine, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2004-2006.
Certifications
American Board of Internal Medicine , 2004.
American Board of Internal Medicine, 2014.
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Selected Publications

Bognet R, Tepper S, Wu E: A Case of Mistaken History. Journal of General Internal Medicine 24(supplement 1): 270, 2009 Notes: Poster presentation by Tepper S at the 2009 Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting, Miami, FL.

Wu Edward H, Elnicki D Michael, Alper Eric J, Bost James E, Corbett Eugene C, Fagan Mark J, Mechaber Alex J, Ogden Paul E, Sebastian James L, Torre Dario M: Procedural and interpretive skills of medical students: experiences and attitudes of fourth-year students. Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges 83(10 Suppl): S63-7, Oct 2008.

Wu Edward H, Fagan Mark J, Reinert Steven E, Diaz Joseph A: Self-confidence in and perceived utility of the physical examination: a comparison of medical students, residents, and faculty internists. Journal of General Internal Medicine 22(12): 1725-30, Dec 2007.

Wu EH: "Constipation" (Chapter 20). First Exposure to Internal Medicine: Ambulatory Medicine. Hollein AR, Griffith III CH, Feddock CA, Haist SA, Loftus TH (eds.). McGraw-Hill, Page: 126-131, 2007.

Elnicki DM, Ogden P, Wu E: Medical Student Abuse from Multiple Perspectives. The Clinical Teacher 4(3): 153-158, 2007.

Wu EH, Sears DA, Fagan MJ, Vasque Morel J, Alper EJ, Bost JE, Corbett EC, Elnicki DM, Mechaber AJ, Ogden PE, Sebastian JL, Torre DM: Experience, Self-Confidence, and Perceived Importance of Procedural and Interpretive Skills in Medical Students: A Comparison of Senior U.S. and Dominican Students. Journal of General Internal Medicine 22(supplement 1): 83, 2007 Notes: Poster presentation by Fagan MJ at the 2007 Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

Wu Edward H, Elnicki D Michael, Alper Eric J, Bost James E, Corbett Eugene C, Fagan Mark J, Mechaber Alex, Ogden Paul E, Sebastian James L, Torre Dario M: Procedural and interpretive skills of medical students: experiences and attitudes of third-year students. Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges 81(10 Suppl): S48-51, Oct 2006.

Producer Ogden PE. Editors Elnicki DM, Fagan MJ, Wu EH. : Medical Student Abuse...Or Not? Five Powerpoint teaching modules based on video-based clinical vignettes: "When Pimping Goes Too Far", "Ethnic Insensitivity", "Feedback or Abuse?", "Sexual Harassment?", "The Scut Dog" Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine 2006 Notes: Teaching modules and the video were distributed to US medical schools in 2006 through Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine.

Fagan Mark J, Lucero Monica L, Wu Edward H, Diaz Joseph A, Reinert Steven E: Attitudes toward the physical examination: A comparison of U.S. and Dominican medical students. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 18(4): 287-91, 2006.

Ogden Paul E, Wu Edward H, Elnicki Michael D, Battistone Michael J, Cleary Lynn M, Fagan Mark J, Friedman Erica, Gliatto Peter M, Harrell Heather E, Jennings May S, Ledford Cynthia H, Mechaber Alex J, Mintz Matthew, O'Brien Kevin, Thomas Matthew R, Wong Raymond Y: Do attending physicians, nurses, residents, and medical students agree on what constitutes medical student abuse? Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges 80(10 Suppl): S80-3, Oct 2005.

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