Linda Fu, MD, MS

Children's National Medical Center
Goldberg Center for Community Pediatric Health
Goldberg Center
111 Michigan Ave, NW
Washington, DC
USA 20010

Biographical Sketch:
2005-present The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences Washington, DC Assistant Professor of Pediatrics HONORS AND AWARDS •Goldberg Center Award for Medical Leadership of the Immunization Quality Improvement Project (2008) IMMUNIZATION-RELATED PUBLICATION Fu L, Cowan N, McLaren R, Engstrom R, Teach S. Is spatial accessibility to primary care providers associated with vaccination compliance among children with Medicaid insurance? Pediatrics, published online: Nov. 23, 2009. IMMUNIZATION RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS AND ABSTRACTS Fu L, Weissman M, Cora-Bramble D. Improving immunization rates of underserved children. 2009 Pediatric Academic Societies’ Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD; May 2-5, 2009. Fu L, Weissman M, Cora-Bramble D. Improving immunization rates of underserved children. Academic Pediatric Association Meeting-Region IV, Charlottesville, VA; Feb 21-22, 2009. Fu L, Mbafor J, McLaren R, Weissman M, Cora-Bramble D. Using immunization registry-generated data and best practices to improve vaccination rates of underserved children. National Immunization Conference, Dallas, TX; March 31-April 2, 1009. Fu L, Weissman M, Cora-Bramble D. Quality improvement partnerships among providers, the department of health and Medicaid managed care organizations can improve vaccination rates in an underserved population. Future of Pediatrics Conference, Anaheim, CA; Feb 27-March 1, 2009. IMMUNIZATION RESEARCH SUPPORT CHA-BSA-RFA-070109 Fu (PI) 9/1/08-8/31/10 DC Department of Health Community Health Administration Grant Program Immunization Quality Improvement City-wide Project (IQICW) This project examines ways to improve immunization rates by enhancing partnerships with key interest groups in DC. The focus is on optimizing electronic health records and their coordination with the registry.