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    Stephanie Rennke, MD

    TitleAssociate Professor
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    DepartmentMedicine
    Address533 Parnassus Avenue
    San Francisco CA 94117
    Phone415-514-9256
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      University of RochesterM.D.School of Medicine2000

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      Stephanie Rennke is an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine at UCSF Medical Center. She has been a clinician-educator at UCSF Medical Center since 2006. She works on the inpatient services at Mt. Zion and Moffitt-Long Hospital. Stephanie is co-director of the division’s faculty development program and is the project leader for the Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis collaborative, in collaboration with the Medication Outcomes Center. Her professional interests include value in healthcare, medication safety, geriatrics and interprofessional education.

      Stephanie received her bachelor degree in Biochemistry/History from Smith College and her medical degree from the University of Rochester. She completed residency and chief residency at Yale University Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency Program.


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      1. Smith J, Gross K, Chang J, Zhu J, Rennke S, Thompson A. 1230: A BUNDLED INTERVENTION FOR REDUCING QUETIAPINE CONTINUATION AT TRANSITIONS OF CARE. Crit Care Med. 2016 Dec; 44(12 Suppl 1):383. PMID: 27850866.
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      2. Rennke S, Ranji SR. Transitional care strategies from hospital to home: a review for the neurohospitalist. Neurohospitalist. 2015 Jan; 5(1):35-42. PMID: 25553228; PMCID: PMC4272352.
      3. Satterfield JM, Bereknyei S, Hilton JF, Bogetz AL, Blankenburg R, Buckelew SM, Chen HC, Monash B, Ramos JS, Rennke S, Braddock CH. The prevalence of social and behavioral topics and related educational opportunities during attending rounds. Acad Med. 2014 Nov; 89(11):1548-57. PMID: 25250747; PMCID: PMC4213280.
      4. Ranji SR, Rennke S, Wachter RM. Computerised provider order entry combined with clinical decision support systems to improve medication safety: a narrative review. BMJ Qual Saf. 2014 Sep; 23(9):773-80. PMID: 24728888.
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      5. Tasaka CL, Burg C, VanOsdol SJ, Bekeart L, Anglemyer A, Tsourounis C, Rennke S. An interprofessional approach to reducing the overutilization of stress ulcer prophylaxis in adult medical and surgical intensive care units. Ann Pharmacother. 2014 Apr; 48(4):462-9. PMID: 24473490.
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      6. Rennke S, Nguyen OK, Shoeb MH, Magan Y, Wachter RM, Ranji SR. Hospital-initiated transitional care interventions as a patient safety strategy: a systematic review. Ann Intern Med. 2013 Mar 5; 158(5 Pt 2):433-40. PMID: 23460101.
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      7. Shekelle PG, Wachter RM, Pronovost PJ, Schoelles K, McDonald KM, Dy SM, Shojania K, Reston J, Berger Z, Johnsen B, Larkin JW, Lucas S, Martinez K, Motala A, Newberry SJ, Noble M, Pfoh E, Ranji SR, Rennke S, Schmidt E, Shanman R, Sullivan N, Sun F, Tipton K, Treadwell JR, Tsou A, Vaiana ME, Weaver SJ, Wilson R, Winters BD. Making health care safer II: an updated critical analysis of the evidence for patient safety practices. Evid Rep Technol Assess (Full Rep). 2013 Mar; (211):1-945. PMID: 24423049.
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      8. Rennke S, Kesh S, Neeman N, Sehgal NL. Complementary telephone strategies to improve postdischarge communication. Am J Med. 2012 Jan; 125(1):28-30. PMID: 21871596.
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      9. Rennke S, Fang MC. Hazards of hospitalization: more than just "never events". Arch Intern Med. 2011 Oct 10; 171(18):1653-4. PMID: 21824939.
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      10. Melman L, Cao ZF, Rennke S, Marzolo MP, Wardell MR, Bu G. High affinity binding of receptor-associated protein to heparin and low density lipoprotein receptor-related protein requires similar basic amino acid sequence motifs. J Biol Chem. 2001 Aug 3; 276(31):29338-46. PMID: 11382778.
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      11. Bu G, Rennke S, Geuze HJ. ERD2 proteins mediate ER retention of the HNEL signal of LRP's receptor-associated protein (RAP). J Cell Sci. 1997 Jan; 110 ( Pt 1):65-73. PMID: 9010785.
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      12. Bu G, Rennke S. Receptor-associated protein is a folding chaperone for low density lipoprotein receptor-related protein. J Biol Chem. 1996 Sep 6; 271(36):22218-24. PMID: 8703036.
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