Geoffrey Stetson, MD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||4150 Clement St|
San Francisco CA 94121
|University of California, San Francisco||Residency Training||2015||Internal Medicine|
|The University of Chicago||M.D.||2012||Pritzker School of Medicine|
|UCSF, Academy of Medical Educators||2016||Excellence in Teaching Award|
|UCSF, Internal Medicine Residency Program||2015||Housestaff Teaching Award|
|UCSF, School of Medicine||2014||Teaching Excellence Award for Cherished Housestaff (T.E.A.C.H)|
|University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine||2012||Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society|
|University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine||2012||Gold Humanism Honor Society|
|University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine||2012||Pritzker Leadership Award|
I am an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine. After receiving a degree in Biology at Brown University in 2007, I spent a year working for a non-profit in Nicaragua focused on public health and community development. I then attended the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine where I completed his MD in 2012. I then went on to train in the San Francisco Primary Care track at UCSF, a pathway within the Internal Medicine Residency focused on providing general internal medicine care to vulnerable and underserved populations. While in residency, I completed two areas of distinction by receiving extra training and completing projects in Health Equities and Advocacy, as well as Health Professions Education. Following this training, I came to the San Francisco VA to practice internal medicine as an Academic Hospitalist.
Currently, my clinical activities at the San Francisco VA include attending on the adult medicine wards, individually managing acute and chronically ill hospitalized adults, co-managing hospitalized orthopedic and neurosurgical patients, and supervising trainees to perform common hospital-based procedures. Academically, my pursuits are mostly focused on the convergence of technology and medical education both at the UME and GME level. I received a grant from the Academy of Medical Educators to revamp the UCSF internal medicine core curriculum to an on-line/flipped-classroom model. I have also studied the use of tablet-based white board applications as a teaching tool on the inpatient medicine wards. I am also interested in faculty development for teaching with technology. Institutionally, I serve on two committees at UCSF that focus on technology and education, one at the School of Medicine level, and one at the level of the entire University. In addition to this work, I developed the curriculum, and serve as the course director for an elective the focuses on providing guidance and opportunities to help senior residents to practice becoming better clinical educators.