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    Michael Harper, MD

    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    Address4150 Clement St
    San Francisco CA 94121
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      Michael Harper is a Professor of Medicine, Associate Program Director for the UCSF Geriatrics Fellowship Program, and the Associate Director for Tideswell at UCSF in the area of Clinical Caring. Dr. Harper is a member of the UCSF Haile T. Debas Academy of Medical Educators and is one of 4 UCSF School of Medicine Advisory College Mentors. He is the past Chair of the Association of Directors of ADGAP Fellowship Directors Group, past Co-Chair of the AGS Junior and Mid-Career Faculty Task Force, represents AGS on the Council of Medical Specialty Societies Workforce Groupn and is a member of the AGS Board of Directors.


      Throughout his career, Dr. Harper has worked in various settings across the geriatrics continuum of care including ambulatory and home-based primary care, long-term care, PACE, and acute and post-acute care. His current clinical activities occur primarily at the SFVAMC where he attends on the Acute Care for Elders (ACE) Unit and the inpatient medical service, and he supervises fellows in the Community Living Center and geriatrics clinic.

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      1. Higashi RT, Tillack AA, Steinman M, Harper M, Johnston CB. Elder care as "frustrating" and "boring": understanding the persistence of negative attitudes toward older patients among physicians-in-training. J Aging Stud. 2012 Dec; 26(4):476-83. PMID: 22939544.
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