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    Brent Kobashi, MD

    TitleAssociate Professor
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    DepartmentMedicine
    Address1701 Divisadero
    San Francisco CA 94115
    Phone415-353-7999
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      University of California, San FranciscoResidency

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      Brent Kobashi, MD, is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine at UCSF, currently working at the General Internal Medicine Practice at Sutter Street, and also at ClĂ­nica Esperanza, Mission Neighborhood Health Center. He is particularly interested in chronic disease management, quality of life, preventive care, patient-centered medicine and healthy aging. In addition to board certification in Internal Medicine, he is also credentialed with the American Academy of HIV Medicine.

      He is involved in medical education and has an interest in educational innovation. His teaching efforts include working with UCSF third year medical students in the PISCES program and precepting in outpatient intern and resident internal medicine clinic.


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      1. Chen HC, Fogh S, Kobashi B, Teherani A, Ten Cate O, O'Sullivan P. An interview study of how clinical teachers develop skills to attend to different level learners. Med Teach. 2016 Jun; 38(6):578-84. PMID: 26343164.
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      2. Chen HC, O'sullivan P, Teherani A, Fogh S, Kobashi B, Ten Cate O. Sequencing learning experiences to engage different level learners in the workplace: An interview study with excellent clinical teachers. Med Teach. 2015 Dec; 37(12):1090-7. PMID: 25693794.
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