Theodore J. Iwashyna
Associate Professor, Internal Medicine, Medical School.
Faculty Associate, Survey Research Center.
M.D., Medicine, University of Chicago
Dr. Iwashyna's research focuses on the long-term health impacts of acute disruptive events, blending both clinical and social science perspectives. His recent work has examined the extent to which acute illnesses cause disruptions in the lives of patients and their families, and how social, organizational, and family factors may moderate these adverse consequences. Methodologically, he combines the traditional tools of demographic and health services research with emerging techniques in network analysis and longitudinal data analysis.
Select Aging Publications
Bell, Sue Anne, HwaJung Choi, Kenneth M. Langa, and Theodore J. Iwashyna. 2019. "Health Risk Behaviors after Disaster Exposure Among Older Adults." Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 34(1): 95-97.
Bell, Sue Anne, Mahshid Abir, HwaJung Choi, Colin R. Cooke, and Theodore J. Iwashyna. Forthcoming. "All-Cause Hospital Admissions Among Older Adults After a Natural Disaster." Annals of Emergency Medicine.
Bradley, Steven M., Peter Kaboli, Lee A. Kamphuis, Paul S. Chan, Theodore J. Iwashyna, and Brahmajee K. Nallamothu. 2017. "Temporal trends and hospital-level variation of inhospital cardiac arrest incidence and outcomes in the Veterans Health Administration." American Heart Journal, 193: 117-123.
DeMerle, Kimberley M., Brenda M. Vincent, Theodore J. Iwashyna, and Hallie C. Prescott. 2017. "Increased healthcare facility use in veterans surviving sepsis hospitalization." Journal of Critical Care, 42: 59-64.
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