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Adeena Khan, MD

Title(s)Associate Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    University of Washington2008  - 2009Robert S. Evans Award
    University of Washington2009  - 2010Intern Excellence in Teaching Award
    University of Washington2012  - 2013AOA Resident Induction
    UCSF2013  - 2014Excellence in Teaching Award for Clinical Faculty

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    Adeena Khan is an assistant clinical professor in internal medicine. She received her bachelor degree in Neurobiology from the University of Washington. She completed her medical school and internal medicine residency at the University of Washington. After completion of her residency, she served as chief resident in internal medicine at the Harborview Medical Center.

    Adeena serves as the assistant chief of the Moffitt-Long medical service in her administrative role for the UCSF Division of Hospital Medicine. Clinically, she attends on the Moffitt-Long wards service, supervising residents and medical students. She has a strong interest in medical education and curriculum development, with a specific focus on clinical medicine and quality improvement.

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    1. Blankenburg R, Hilton JF, Yuan P, Rennke S, Monash B, Harman SM, Sakai DS, Hosamani P, Khan A, Chua I, Huynh E, Shieh L, Xie L. Shared Decision-Making During Inpatient Rounds: Opportunities for Improvement in Patient Engagement and Communication. J Hosp Med. 2018 07 01; 13(7):453-461. PMID: 29401211.
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    2. Rennke S, Yuan P, Monash B, Blankenburg R, Chua I, Harman S, Sakai DS, Khan A, Hilton JF, Shieh L, Satterfield J. The SDM 3 Circle Model: A Literature Synthesis and Adaptation for Shared Decision Making in the Hospital. J Hosp Med. 2017 12; 12(12):1001-1008. PMID: 29073314.
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