Jennifer Edgoose, MD, MPH joined the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health (DFMCH) at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (UWSMPH) in 2010. She graduated from Wellesley College with a B.A. in biological chemistry; Columbia University with an M.D. and M.P.H; and the University of Washington for her family medicine residency. She then practiced full-spectrum family medicine for over ten years at Community Health Care, a federally qualified health center in Tacoma, WA. She is now an associate professor and focuses her attention on care of vulnerable populations and strategies to promote health equity and community engagement. Nationally, she provides leadership on Family Medicine for America’s Health – Health Equity Team. In 2014 she was honored with the Baldwin Lloyd Teaching Award from Madison residents. She serves as the Director of the DFMCH Office of Community Health; Director of the UWSMPH Diversity and Inclusion Advocates program; and Chair and Co-founder of the DFMCH Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee.
Edgoose J, Hampton A, Schrager S. How good are the online TOLAC calculators in predicting successful VBAC. FPIN
Edgoose J, Regner C, Zakletskaia L. BREATHE OUT: A randomized controlled trial of a structured intervention to improve clinician satisfaction with “difficult” patients. JABFM
Edgoose J, Regner C, Zakletskaia L. Difficult patients: Exploring the patient perspective. Fam Med
Schrager S, Falleroni J, Edgoose J. Endometriosis. Am Fam Physician
Edgoose J. Rethinking the difficult patient encounter. Fam Pract Manag
Edgoose J, Dobie S. Incorporating right precordial leads in exercise electrocardiography. J Fam Pract
Fullilove R, Edgoose J, Fullilove M. Chaos, critically and public health. J Natl Med Assoc
Park K, Choe (Edgoose) J, OsifchinN, Templeton D, Robbins P, Kim S. The human retinoblastoma susceptibility gene promoter is positively autoregulated by its own product. J Biol Chem
Wolfson AJ, Branham TR, Edgoose JC, Hammill AK, Lowe KM, Spooner AE, Lee J, Kapoor R, Shen M. Kinetics of inhibition of elastase by a chimeric inhibitor containing the reactive site loop from alpha 1-antitrypsin. Protein Peptide Lett
Edgoose J. Family-oriented medicine (letter to the editor). Columbia Medicine
Edgoose J. The Stories We Carry and Continue. American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine Bulletin
Edgoose J. Toward a broader perspective. New York Fam Phys
Edgoose J. Why be specialists?. New York Fam Phys
Edgoose J and Edgoose JM. Finding hope in the face-to-face. Annals of Family Medicine
BREATHE OUT: Assessment of a Novel Teaching Tool to Improve Physician Satisfaction With “Difficult” Patients (Invited Presentation). . UW Department of Family Medicine, Madison, Wisconsin, March, 2013.
Difficult Patients: Exploring the, and Us. . St. Clare Hospital, Baraboo, Wisconsin, May, 2013.
Finding the Person Behind the Patient. . Annual Convention of the Wisconsin Psychological Association, Middleton, Wisconsin, April, 2012.
2014 : Baldwin E. Lloyd Faculty Teaching Award. This award is presented by the UW SMPH Department of Family Medicine and Community Health residents to a member of the residency faculty to recognize a significant educational contribution to the residency program.
2013 : UW Health Patient Experience Physician Fast Tracker Award.
2013 : STFM New Faculty Scholar. Presented at the STFM Annual Spring Conference. Baltimore, Maryland
2012 : James E. Davis, MD MS Quality Improvement Award. Presented at Department of Family Medicine annual Renner/Hansen Event. Project: Team Edgeese. Developed a more efficientuse of electronic heath records for lab ordering. Madison, Wisconsin
2012 : John J. Frey III, MD Writing Award. Presented at the annual Department of Family Medicine Farley/Frey Event, for a creative writing submission: “The Stories We Carry and Continue.” Madison, Wisconsin
1996 : Alpha Omega Alpha. Columbia University School of Public Health. New York, New York
1988 : Korean Embassy Scholarship. Merit scholarship for Korean American undergraduates. Wellesley College. Wellesley, Massachusetts
2016 : Scheckler Faculty Research Award. UW Department of Family Medicine and Community Health William Scheckler Faculty Research based on paper: “BREATHE OUT: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Structured Intervention to Improve Clinician Satisfaction with ‘Difficult’ Visits”