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    Denise Davis, MD

    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    Address3333 California Street
    San Francisco CA 94104
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      University of Missouri-Kansas City six year combined BA/MD programBA/MDSchool of Medicine1981
      Kansas University Medical CenterInternshipinternal medicine1982
      Kaiser Foundation Hospital San FranciscoResidencyInternal Medicine1989
      American Academy on Communication in HealthcareFaculty Development Training2010
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      San Francisco VA2014 VA Superstar Award
      UCSF2013 Academy of Medical Educators Excellence in Teaching Award
      University of Missouri-Kansas City2013Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society
      2008Consumer Checkbook Top Doctor
      African American Museum and Library, Oakland, CA2007Extraordinaire Award
      UCSF2005Henry J. Kaiser Award for Excellence in Teaching

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      My clinical responsibilities include seeing patients at the San Francisco VA Medical Center ambulatory care clinic. I serve as an Associate Director of the Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education at the San Francisco VA where I teach workshops on topics ranging from basic communication skills to mentoring trainees across racial and ethnic differences. My local and national education practice includes teaching and coaching students, trainees and physicians in communication skills that increase quality, safety and improve patient experience. I also serve as Specialist for minority students at the UCSF School of Medicine.

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      Clinician-patient communication, feedback, professionalism, remediation, mentoring and coaching, patient centered care, medical education, faculty development, partnering with resistant learners, team building and group facilitation, skillful negotiation of cultural differences, empathy in the clinical setting, race and relationships in health care

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      1. Calvin Chou, Adina Kalet. . Remediation in Medical Education. Chapter 15 "Feedback in Remediation". 2013.
      2. Denise L. Davis. . Simple But Not Always Easy: Improving Doctor -Patient Communication. Journal of Communication In Healthcare. 2010; 3(December):240-245.
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