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Lynnea Mills, MD

TitleAssistant Professor
SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
DepartmentMedicine
Address533 Parnassus Avenue
San Francisco CA 94117
Phone415-502-3198
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    Columbia UniversityM.D.2010
    Stanford UniversityB.A.2004

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    Lynnea has been a clinician-educator in the Division of Hospital Medicine since 2014. She works on a variety of clinical services and focuses academically on Patient Experience/communication and medical education. She is the DHM Director for Patient and Provider Experience. She is also a member of and Faculty-in-Training for the American Academy on Communication in Healthcare, and coaches faculty and trainees on communication, in addition to developing curricula for trainees on difficult conversations. She mentors medical students through the Clinical Skills Guidance Program and advises students and residents through various formal programs. Her primary interests in medical education are in curriculum development, development of novel approaches to "subjective" learning areas (i.e., communication), and longitudinal support for developing or struggling learners.


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    1. Staiger TO, Mills L, Wong BM, Levinson W, Bremner WJ, Schleyer AM. Recognizing Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Activities in Academic Promotion in Departments of Medicine: Innovative Language in Promotion Criteria. Am J Med. 2016 May; 129(5):540-6. PMID: 26829436.
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    2. Mills L, Rhoads C, Curtis JR. Medical Student Training on Code Status Discussions: How Far Have We Come? J Palliat Med. 2016 Mar; 19(3):323-5. PMID: 26587872.
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    3. Mills L, Rhoads C, Curtis JR. Upgrading the Code Status Discussion: A Curriculum for Medical Trainees. 2015.
    4. Mills L, Anderson W. Understanding how institutional culture affects attending physicians' and trainees' resuscitation discussions. JAMA Intern Med. 2015 May; 175(5):819-20. PMID: 25844728.
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    5. Mills L, Berman J, Arora N, Chapman M. Creating a Fun and Innovative New Teaching Tool for Residents. Academic Internal Medicine Insight. 2014; 3(12):10-11.
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