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Steve Braunstein is a Radiation Oncologist at University of California, San Francisco, with a focus on Pediatric and Central Nervous System Tumors as well as Palliative Care. He is active in medical education, serving as Residency Program Director and overseeing the Department's Medical Student and Fellow Curricula. He is also deeply involved in the national Radiation Oncology Education Collaborative Study Group (ROECSG) and is a Continuing Medical Education and Challenging Case Editor of the International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology and Physics.
Academic Hospitalist and Assistant Professor of Medicine, Yale School of Medicine. 10 years’ experience as practicing hospitalist. Extensive educational experience in skills specific to Hospital Medicine. ABIM certified in Internal Medicine with a Focused Practice in Hospital Medicine.
Current active participation in national Academic Hospitalist committees through the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) and Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM). Recipient of fellow of the American College of Physicians (FACP) and SHM senior fellow in hospital medicine (SFHM) distinctions.
Area of expertise: clinical case writing. Experience locally, regionally, and nationally presenting concepts of writing and mentoring abstract and publication submissions. 5 individual clinical case peer-reviewed publications; mentorship of student (3), resident (9), and fellow (1) peer-reviewed publications; mentorship of student (4), and resident (8) national and regional meeting poster presentations. Physician Editor, ACP Hospitalist clinical vignette section, “The Brief Case”.
Area of expertise: sepsis and inpatient clinical deterioration. Experience locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally presenting concepts and experience with quality and process improvement regarding inpatient clinical deterioration. Medical Director of Yale-New Haven Hospital rapid response team (RRT) for 4 years. First-author, peer-reviewed publication “Deterioration to Door Time”: An Exploratory Analysis of Delays in Escalation of Care for Hospitalized Patients. Senior author, peer-reviewed review publication “Sepsis: An Update in Management”. Co-investigator of grant-supported project entitled “Pilot of a Low-Resource, EHR-Based Protocol for Sepsis Monitoring, Alert, and Intervention”.
Interim Director, internal medicine component clerkship director for Yale School of Medicine.
Associate Program Director, Yale Traditional Internal Medicine Residency Program, Yale-New Haven Hospital. Recipient of 2014 faculty teaching award.
Amy is an emergency physician newly graduated from residency at University of Chicago and now the associate medical director and clinical faculty at John Peter Smith Hospital in Dallas Fort Worth. She is also an Administrative Fellow with IES and works as a consultant on health policy and medical media writing. Nationally published in venues like NPR, Forbes, Chicago Tribune, STAT and featured on TEDx and TLC and Discovery Channels (Untold Stories of the ER and Sex Sent Me To the ER), Amy has a distinct interest in sharing the story of medicine to better align understanding and incentives among stakeholders in healthcare -- patients, staff, physicians, insurance companies, government agencies, public health and the like. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, yoga, swing dancing, and running.
Rebecca is a hospitalist at Massachusetts General Hospital and was a 2016-2017 NEJM Editorial Fellow. She graduated from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 2013 and completed internal medicine residency at Massachusetts General Hospital in 2016. Her interests include medical education, quality improvement, patient safety, and health care delivery innovation.
Lucinda Maine serves as Executive Vice President and CEO of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy. AACP’s vision is that academic pharmacy will work to transform the future of health care to create a world of healthy people. Dr. Maine previously served as Senior Vice President for Policy, Planning and Communications with the American Pharmacists Association (APhA). She served on the faculty at the University of Minnesota where she practiced in the field of geriatrics and was an associate professor and associate dean at the Samford University School of Pharmacy. Dr. Maine is a pharmacy graduate of Auburn University and received her doctorate at the University of Minnesota. Her research includes projects on aging, pharmacy manpower and pharmacy-based immunizations. Lucinda has been active in leadership roles in the profession.