Jill Hagey, MD, MPH
Why did you choose Duke for your residency training?
I wanted to be at a strong academic program that graduated residents who felt comfortable pursuing both generalist careers and fellowship training after completing the residency, while also being at an institution that emphasized collaboration in learning to be an excellent women’s health physician. Additionally, after years on the West Coast and in the Northeast, I wanted to explore a new area of the country to understand challenges that women experience in their health care. Duke provides all of these aspects, and I’m thrilled to be here for my training.
What excites you about the residency/fellowship program at Duke OB/GYN?
The Duke OB/GYN department places a strong emphasis on resident training, and the teaching and mentorship through the department is fantastic. Additionally, the residents and faculty alike are strong advocates for their patients’ health, and provide evidence-based care to their patients.
What are your career goals?
I hope to stay within academic medicine to provide women’s health care through the triad of clinical care, education, and research; hopefully with a global health lens. I’m likely going to pursue a fellowship in gynecologic surgery of some kind – still TBD!
What are your hobbies?
I love anything active. Hiking, biking and yoga are among my favorite ways to stay active these days. I really enjoy trying new restaurants, and there are a lot of fun new places in Durham to explore! I have a sweet tooth as well, so the rest of my time off is spent baking in my kitchen or trying to find new recipes to try.
Education & Training
Yale University, Class of 2011
University of California, San Francisco, Class of 2017
Yale School of Public Health, Class of 2012
Awards & Honors
- Pathways to Discovery Grant, UCSF School of Medicine, 2017
- UCSF School of Medicine Global Health Research Grant, 2016
- American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Benjamin Kean Travel Fellowship, 2014
- Yale Global Health Initiative Award, 2011
- Thomas C. Barry Travel Fellowship, 2009
Publications & Presentations
Ackerman S, Boscardin C, Karliner L, Handley M, Cheng C, Gaither T, Hagey J, Hennein L, Malik F, Shaw B, Trinidad N, Zahner G, Gonzales R. 2015. The Action Research Program: Experiential learning in systems-based practice for first-year medical students. Teaching and Learning in Medicine. 28(2):183-191. Doi: 10.1080/10401334.2016.1146606
Patel RC, Onono M, Gandhi M, Blat C, Hagey J, Shade SB, Vittinghoff E, Bukusi EA, Newmann SJ, Cohen CR. 2015. Pregnancy rates in HIV-positive women using contraceptives and efavirenz-based or nevirapine-based antiretroviral therapy in Kenya: a retrospective cohort study. Lancet HIV. Doi: 10.1016/S2352-3018(15)00204-0.
Hagey JM, Akama E, Ayieko J, Bukusi EA, Cohen CR, Patel RC. 2015. Barriers and facilitators adolescent females living with HIV face in accessing contraceptive services: a qualitative assessment of providers’ perceptions in western Kenya. Journal of the International AIDS Society. 18:20123. Doi: 10.7448/IAS.18.1.20123.
Hagey J, Rulisa S, Perez-Escamilla R. 2014. Barriers and solutions for timely initiation of antenatal care in Kigali, Rwanda: Health facility professionals’ perspective. Midwifery. 30(1):96-102. Doi: 10.1016/j.midw.2013.01.016.
Kaneda T, Smith R, Hagey J. 2014. “Unmet Need for Family Planning: What Can We Learn from the DHS Five-Year Contraceptive Calendar Data?” Population Reference Bureau.
My research interests focus on health care delivery models, outcomes research, and barriers to care for underserved populations both locally and globally.