Blake Charlton, MD

TitleClinical Fellow
InstitutionUniversity of California San Francisco
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    Collapse Education and Training
    UCSFFellowship in Interventional Cardiology2020
    UCSFFellowship in General Cardiology2018
    JAMA Internal MedicineEditorial Fellowship2016
    UCSFResidency in Internal Medicine2016
    UCSFInternship in Internal Medicine2014
    Stanford University School of Medicine MD2013
    Yale University BA2002English
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    Department of Medicine, UCSF2016Floyd C. Rector Jr. Clinical Science Research Award
    Clinical & Translational Science Institute, UCSF2015Outstanding Resident Research Award
    Clinical & Translational Science Institute, UCSF2015Resident Research Funding Grant
    Clinical & Translational Science Institute, UCSF2015Resident Research Travel Grant
    The International Dyslexia Association2013The Pinnacle Award
    Gold Humanism in Medicine Honor Society2011Member
    Stanford University School of Medicine2011  - 2012MacKenzie Foundation Scholarship

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    1. Charlton B, Adeboyeje G, Barron JJ, Grady D, Shin J, Redberg RF. Length of hospitalization and mortality for bleeding during treatment with warfarin, dabigatran, or rivaroxaban. PLoS One. 2018; 13(3):e0193912. PMID: 29590141.
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    2. Ascher SB, Charlton BR, Redberg RF. Low-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol Levels and Statin Treatment-A Moving Target? JAMA Intern Med. 2016 08 01; 176(8):1113. PMID: 27322678.
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    3. Verghese A, Charlton B, Kassirer JP, Ramsey M, Ioannidis JP. The Reply. Am J Med. 2016 07; 129(7):e85. PMID: 27320713.
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    4. Wang CH, Charlton B, Kohlwes J. The Horrible Taste of Nectar and Honey-Inappropriate Use of Thickened Liquids in Dementia: A Teachable Moment. JAMA Intern Med. 2016 06 01; 176(6):735-6. PMID: 27135181.
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    5. Charlton B. Finding the Right Price for Improving Care. JAMA Intern Med. 2016 Jan; 176(1):109. PMID: 26662340.
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    6. Charlton B, Redberg RF. Shopping for Direct-to-Consumer Screening: Buyers and Clinicians Beware. J Gen Intern Med. 2015 Oct; 30(10):1400-1. PMID: 25855482; PMCID: PMC4579228 [Available on 10/01/16].
    7. Stern RJ, Charlton B. Maximizing the EMR's Educational Potential. JAMA Intern Med. 2015 Sep; 175(9):1562-3. PMID: 26030418.
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    8. Charlton B, Stern RJ. Searching for Joy in Residency by Listening to Our Patients. JAMA Intern Med. 2015 Aug; 175(8):1269-70. PMID: 26053487.
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    9. Verghese A, Charlton B, Kassirer JP, Ramsey M, Ioannidis JP. Inadequacies of Physical Examination as a Cause of Medical Errors and Adverse Events: A Collection of Vignettes. Am J Med. 2015 Dec; 128(12):1322-4.e3. PMID: 26144103.
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    10. Clement F, Charlton B. Challenges in choosing wisely's international future: support, evidence, and burnout. JAMA Intern Med. 2015 Apr; 175(4):644-5. PMID: 25706669.
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    11. Charlton B, Redberg R. The trouble with dabigatran. BMJ. 2014 Jul 23; 349:g4681. PMID: 25055830.
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    12. Verghese A, Charlton B, Cotter B, Kugler J. A history of physical examination texts and the conception of bedside diagnosis. Trans Am Clin Climatol Assoc. 2011; 122:290-311. PMID: 21686233; PMCID: PMC3116347.
    13. Charlton B, Verghese A. Caring for Ivan Ilyich. J Gen Intern Med. 2010 Jan; 25(1):93-5. PMID: 20016955; PMCID: PMC2811597.
    14. Charlton B, Adeboyeje G, Barron JJ, Grady D, Redberg RF .Circulation. 2015; 132: A11583. Length of Hospital Stay and All-Cause Mortality Among Adults With Atrial Fibrillation Hospitalized for Bleeding During Treatment With Warfarin, Dabigatran, or Rivaroxaban.