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    Michael Coppolino

    TitleAssistant Clinical Professor
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    Address2425 Geary Boulevard
    GME Office Room 160
    San Francisco CA 94115
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      Michael Coppolino is the program director of the Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Internal Medicine Residency Program. He practices at KP San Francisco as a critical care medicine physician and is an associate professor at UCSF.
      He has been working in graduate medical education for over 15 years and his predominant interests are bedside teaching and innovation in the areas of residency teaching and evaluative methods. He also holds a Master’s Degree in clinical epidemiology from the University of Toronto and is interested in working towards the expansion of the field of faculty development for graduate medical education.

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      1. MacIsaac JK, Gerona RR, Blanc PD, Apatira L, Friesen MW, Coppolino M, Janssen S. Health care worker exposures to the antibacterial agent triclosan. J Occup Environ Med. 2014 Aug; 56(8):834-9.
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      2. Bucknor MD, Goo JS, Coppolino ML. The risk of potential thromboembolic, renal and cardiac complications of sickle cell trait. Hemoglobin. 2014; 38(1):28-32.
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      3. Coppolino M, Ackerson L. Do surrogate decision makers provide accurate consent for intensive care research? Chest. 2001 Feb; 119(2):603-12.
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