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Andrew White, MD

Associate Professor, Department of Medicine (DOM)
Director, Hospital Medicine Service, University of Washington Medical Center

Education & Training

MD, Vanderbilt Medical School , Nashville, TN, 2000-2004
Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 2004-2007
Chief Residency, VA Puget Sound, Seattle, WA, 2007-2008

Professional Interests

Medical error disclosure
Patient safety


Alpha Omega Alpha, 2004
Dean’s Award for Service to the Medical School Community, 2004
Canby Robinson Society Award, 2004
Providence Hospital Resident Teaching Award, 2005
Travel Award Winner, Western Society for Clinical Investigation, 2008
Fellow, American College of Physicians, 2011
UWMC Chief of Medicine Service Award, 2013
Fellow, Society of Hospital Medicine, 2014

Selected Publications

White AA, Wright SW, Blanco R, Lemonds B, Sisco J, Bledsoe S, Irwin C, Isenhour J, Pichert JW. 2004. Cause-and-effect analysis of risk management files to assess patient care in the emergency department.. Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. 11(10):1035-41.
White AA, Pichert JW, Bledsoe SH, Irwin C, Entman SS. 2005. Cause and effect analysis of closed claims in obstetrics and gynecology.. Obstetrics and gynecology. 105(5 Pt 1):1031-8.
White AA, Gallagher TH, Krauss MJ, Garbutt J, Waterman AD, Dunagan CW, Fraser VJ, Levinson W, Larson EB. 2008. The attitudes and experiences of trainees regarding disclosing medical errors to patients.. Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges. 83(3):250-6.
White AA, Bell SK, Krauss MJ, Garbutt J, Dunagan CW, Fraser VJ, Levinson W, Larson EB, Gallagher TH. 2011. How trainees would disclose medical errors: educational implications for training programmes.. Medical education. 45(4):372-80.
White AA, Gallagher TH. After the Apology – Coping and Recovery After Errors. Virtual Mentor: American Medical Association Journal of Ethics, September 2011: 13 (9); 593-600.