Justin Sewell, MD, MPH
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||1001 Potrero Ave, SFGH 5|
San Francisco CA 94110
|University of Arizona||BS||1999||Molecular & Cellular Biology|
|University of Arizona||MPH||2001||Public Health|
|University of Arizona||M.D.||2005||Medicine|
|University of California, San Francisco||Residency ||2008||Internal Medicine|
|University of California, San Francisco||Fellowship||2011||Gastroenterology|
||2013||Teaching Scholars Program|
|UCSF||2013||Haile T. Debas Academy of Medical Educators Excellence in Teaching Award|
|American College of Physicians||2013||Invited fellowship (FACP)|
|UCSF||2015||Selected for membership in Academy of Medical Educators|
My clinical activities are at San Francisco General Hospital, where I specialize in caring for patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. I also see patients with any gastroenterological disease and perform endoscopic procedures, including upper endoscopy and colonoscopy. Additionally, I direct the Gastroenterology eReferral program, reviewing all referrals to the ambulatory GI clinic.
I pursue educational research, specifically using Cognitive Load Theory to study procedural skills training using colonoscopy as an exemplar setting. I am working on several studies using cognitive load theory in the pursuit of a PhD in Health Professions Education through a joint program between UCSF and Utrecht University, Netherlands.
I am a Co-Director for the 1st-year medical student Metabolism & Nutrition course, where I oversee the clinical portions of the curriculum, give lectures, and direct small group learning. I am heavily involved in development of the UCSF Bridges Curriculum. I supervise and teach medical and surgical residents as they rotate through the GI service at San Francisco General Hospital. I am closely involved in the education of gastroenterology fellows through the course of their clinical service at San Francisco General Hospital, and in formal forums, such as Grand Rounds and Journal Club.
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