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Douglas J Wiebe, PhD

Douglas J Wiebe, PhD

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Associate Professor of Epidemiology in Biostatistics and Epidemiology
Department: Biostatistics and Epidemiology
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Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology
University of Pennsylvania
902 Blockley Hall,423 Guardian Drive
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6021
Office: 215-746-0149
B.A. (Psychology)
University of Calgary, Alberta , 1991.
M.A. (Criminology)
Indiana State University , 1996.
Ph.D. (Social Ecology)
University of California, Irvine, 2000.
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Selected Publications

Baehr A1, Holland T, Biala K, Margolis GS, Wiebe DJ, Carr BG: Describing Total Population Health: A Review and Critique of Existing Units. Population Health Management January 2016 {Epub ahead of print}

Jacoby SF, Tach L, Guerra T, Wiebe DJ, Richmond TS: The health status and well-being of low-resource, housing-unstable, single-parent families living in violent neighbourhoods in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Health & social Care in the Community April 2016 (in press).

Wiebe DJ, Nance ML, Houseknecht E, Grady M, Otto N, Sandsmark D, Master CL: Ecologic momentary assessment to determine symptom progression and the physical and cognitive activities of patients daily following concussion. JAMA Pediatrics 2016 (in press).

Kaufman EJ, Wiebe DJ, Martin ND, Pascual JL, Reilly PM, Holena D: Variation in ICU utilization and mortality after blunt splenic injury. Journal of Surgical Research 2016 (in press).

Perman S, Grossestreuer AV, Wiebe DJ Carr BG, Abella BS, Gaieski DF: The utility of therapeutic hypothermia for post-cardiac arrest syndrome patients with an initial non-shockable rhythm. Circulation 2016 (in press).

Ramirez D, Branas CC, Richmond TS, Bream K, Xie D, Wiebe DJ: The relationship between payday and violent death in Guatemala: a time series analysis. Injury Prevention 2016 (in press).

Wiebe DJ, Holena DN, Delgado MK, McWilliams N, Geiger J, Carr BG: The Pennsylvania Trauma Outcomes Study risk-adjusted mortality model: results of a statewide benchmarking program. The American Surgeon 2016 (in press).

Culyba AJ, Fein J, Ginsburg K, Miller E, Branas CC, Richmond TS, Wiebe DJ: Examining the role of supportive family connection in violence exposure among male youth in urban environments. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2016 (in press).

Rodgers M, Meisel Z, Crit-Christoph P, Wiebe DJ, Rhodes K: Wireless subject incentives using reloadable bank cards to increase clinical trial retention with abused women drinkers: a natural experiment. J Interpersonal Violence 2016 (in press).

Holena D, Wiebe DJ, Delgado MK, Reilly PM: Location and timing of failure to rescue events in trauma. The American Surgeon 2016 (in press).

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Last updated: 09/15/2016
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