Elizabeth Dzeng, PhD, MD, MPH

Title(s)Associate Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address533 Parnassus Avenue
San Francisco CA 94117
Phone415-443-1233
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    University of CambridgePhD 2015Medical Sociology
    Johns Hopkins School of MedicineFellowship2015General Internal Medicine
    Columbia New York Presbyterian HospitalResidency2011Internal Medicine
    Johns Hopkins School of MedicineMD2009
    University of CambridgeMPhil2008Development Studies
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public HealthMPH2007Health and Human Rights/Humanitarian Aid
    Stanford UniversityMS2003Chemical Engineering
    Stanford UniversityBS2003Biological Sciences and History
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    National Institute on Aging (NIA/NIH)2022  - 2027Paul B. Beeson Emerging Leaders Career Development Award in Aging (K76)
    Cambia Health Foundation2022  - 2024Sojourns Scholars Leadership Award
    California Department of Public Health2019  - 2024Alzheimer's Disease Research Award
    National Institute on Aging (NIA/NIH)2019  - 2021NIH Loan Repayment Program Renewal Award
    National Palliative Care Research Center (NPCRC)2017  - 2019Junior Investigator Career Development Award
    UCSF Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI)2017  - 2020KL-2 Scholar
    National Institute of Health2017  - 2019NIH Loan Repayment Program Award
    Global Brain Health Institute, UCSF2017  - 2018Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health
    UCSF Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Center2015  - 2016Research Core Development Scholar
    Ethox Centre for Bioethics and Green Templeton College, University of Oxford2016Andrew Markus Scholarship
    American Association of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM)2015  - 2016Research Scholar Award
    Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM)2014  - 2015Founders Grant Award
    Johns Hopkins School of Medicine2014  - 2015Ho-Chiang Palliative Care Research Fellowship
    University of Cambridge2011  - 2015Gates Cambridge Scholarship
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health2007Delta Omega Public Health Honors Society Inductee
    University of Cambridge2007  - 2008Gates Cambridge Scholarship
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health2006  - 2007Watt Hansell Scholarship

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    Dr. Dzeng is a sociologist and hospitalist physician conducting research at the nexus of sociology, medical ethics, palliative care, health equity, anti-racism, and human-centered design. She is an Associate Professor "In Residence" at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) in the Division of Hospital Medicine and Social and Behavioral Sciences, Sociology program, Affiliated Faculty in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies. She spends her time between San Francisco and London where she is a Senior Research Fellow at the Cicely Saunders Institute at King's College London. She is also a Senior Atlantic Fellow for Equity in Brain Health, a Visiting Research Fellow at Kings College London’s Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, and a Visiting Assistant Professor in General Internal Medicine at UCLA.

    Her research program focuses on using sociological and human centered design methods to understand how institutional cultures and policies influence clinical practice patterns and how to change institutional culture to improve the quality of care. She conducts large-scale comparative ethnographic interview studies in the United States and the United Kingdom to understand the influence of institutional cultures and policies on clinicians’ ethical frameworks, communication practices, and clinical practice patterns around end-of-life care. A particular area of interest is around the influence of neoliberalism and specifically the culture and ethical implications of neoliberalism on an institution's ethical priorities around end-of-life care.

    Her other major research focus is around using community-based participatory research methods to understand how structural racism across the life course influences the provision of quality end-of-life care in older Black adults. This project is in part funded by a NIA/NIH Beeson award and a Sojourns Scholars Leadership Award. In addition, she is working on several projects to improve equity and promote anti-racist care around hospitalist care at UCSF. One project, funded by UCSF's Caring Wisely award, is a new health advocate program to help support and advocate for African American and patients with limited English proficiency. A second project is a partnership with GLIDE, to expand their program, "Healers at the Gates" to create culture change around anti-racism and equity in UCSF's Division of Hospital Medicine.

    Among her national leadership roles, Dr. Dzeng is a past Chair of the Ethics Committee at the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM), an Associate Editor for the Journal of General Internal Medicine (JGIM), and a member of the Executive Committee of the Research Centers Cooperative Network (RCCN), a national coordinating center of the National Institutes on Aging (NIA) center programs. A central focus of her local and national leadership efforts have been focused on anti-racism, diversity, equity, and inclusion. This includes involvement as a member of the Task Force for diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility for the Clinician-Scientists Transdisciplinary Aging Research (Clin-STAR) Coordinating Center, a national NIA platform for early career researchers in aging research; member of UCSF’s Taskforce on Anti-Racism and Equity in Research; and a member of the Equity Committee of the Sojourns Scholars Leadership Program community.

    Dr. Dzeng completed her PhD in Medical Sociology and an MPhil in Development Studies at the University of Cambridge at King’s College as a Gates Cambridge Scholar where she wrote her doctoral thesis on the influence of institutional cultures and policies on physicians’ ethical beliefs and how that impacted the way they communicate in end of life decision-making conversations. She was also a General Internal Medicine post-doctoral clinical research fellow and palliative care research fellow at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. As an undergraduate and engineering graduate student at Stanford, she participated in the first class of Stanford's Biodesign Innovation program where she used design thinking to co-invented and patented a device to non-invasively cool the heart through the esophagus to prevent myocardial damage during a myocardial infarction (US Patent 7,758,623; 2010). In August, 2019 this patent was licensed to Attune Medical.

    Outside of academic medicine, Dr. Dzeng is an avid rower and has competed in races such as the Head of the Charles and the Henley Women's Regatta. She is happiest when traveling the world, especially hiking and exploring the world's natural wonders.

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    Understanding and addressing structural racism and its impact on the quality of end-of-life care in older Black adults
    National Institute on Aging (NIA/NIH) 1K76AG074906-01A1Sep 15, 2022 - Jun 30, 2027
    Role: Principle Investigator
    Developing an educational program for palliative care clinicians on how structural racism influences goal-concordant, quality end-of-life care in older Black adults
    Sojourns Scholars Leadership Award, Cambia Health Foundation Jan 1, 2022 - Jan 1, 2024
    Role: PI
    Using qualitative life course perspectives to understand the lived experience of structural racism in older Black adults and its influence on goal-concordant end-of-life care
    RCCN's Inter-NIA Center Pilot Award on Life Course Perspectives on Aging and Resilience. N/AJul 1, 2021 - Jun 30, 2023
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Understanding how structural racism influences goal concordance around end-of-life care in older Black adults
    UCSF Resource Allocation Program (RAP) Pilot Award for Research on Racism Impacting Black People Jul 1, 2021 - Jun 30, 2022
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Description: The objective of this UCSF RAP grant pilot project is to understand at a systems-levels how structural racism influences the receipt of goal-aligned EOL care in older Black adults.
    Understanding access to palliative care support for people with advanced ill health who have unsettled immigration status and are homeless
    Marie Curie Internal Small Research Grants Mar 1, 2021 - Jun 1, 2022
    Role: co-Investigator
    Identifying factors that contribute to burdensome treatments near the end of life in older adults with dementia in the US, UK, and France
    Alzheimer's Association UK and Global Brain Health Institute Sep 1, 2019 - Sep 1, 2021
    Role: Principle Investigator
    Human-Centered Desiqn to Mitigate Burdensome Life-Sustaininq Treatments at the End-of-Life
    California Department of Public Health Jun 28, 2019 - Jul 1, 2024
    Role: Principle Investigator
    Identifying contributing factors to burdensome ICU treatments in older adults with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias in the United States and United Kingdom
    NIH R03AG060098Aug 1, 2018 - Jul 31, 2021
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. A Call for Restorative and Transformative Justice Approaches to Anti-Racism in Medicine. J Gen Intern Med. 2022 08; 37(10):2335-2336. Eniasivam A, Pereira L, Dzeng E. PMID: 35484366; PMCID: PMC9360202.
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    2. J. Randall Curtis's Legacy and Scientific Contributions to Palliative Care in Critical Care. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2022 06; 63(6):e587-e593. Dzeng E, Merel SE, Kross EK. PMID: 35595372.
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    3. Strategies to Promote Goal-Concordant End-of-Life Care in Older Adults with Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias: Perspectives of United Kingdom Clinicians and Caregivers (GP761). Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2022 Jun 1; 63(6):1146. Sun SA, Sleeman SK, Rosenwohl-Mack RA, Dohan DD, Dzeng DE. .
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    4. How Does Hospital Culture Influence the Intensity of End-of-Life Care? (CO201D). Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2022 Jun 1; 63(6):1062-1063. Dzeng DE, Batten BJ, Dohan DD, Curtis CJ. .
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    5. Anatomy of a Consult: How a Multidisciplinary Pediatric Stem Cell Transplant Team Considers Specialty Palliative Care Consultation (GP722). Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2022 Jun 1; 63(6):1123-1124. Collins CG, Beaman BH, Ho HA, Hermiston HM, Cohen CH, Dzeng DE. .
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    6. “She Always Knew I Would Call”: The Role of Family Liaisons in Serious Illness Communications During the COVID-19 Pandemic (GP719). Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2022 May 17; 63(6):1122. Li LL, Rosenwohl-Mack RA, Dzeng DE. .
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    7. Of care, cure and the in-between: COVID-19 treatment in a New York City intensive care unit. International Journal of Care and Caring. 2022 Feb 1; 6(1-2):67-84. Haeusermann HT, Romero-Kornblum RH, Dzeng DE. .
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    8. The role of policy and law in shaping the ethics and quality of end-of-life care in intensive care. Intensive Care Med. 2022 03; 48(3):352-354. Dzeng E, Bein T, Curtis JR. PMID: 35064785; PMCID: PMC8883558.
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    9. Perceptions of specialty palliative care and its role in pediatric stem cell transplant: A multidisciplinary qualitative study. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2022 01; 69(1):e29424. Collins GS, Beaman H, Ho AM, Hermiston ML, Cohen HJ, Dzeng EW. PMID: 34705322.
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    10. An Interprofessional Process for the Limitation of Life-Sustaining Treatments at the End of Life in France. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2022 01; 63(1):160-170. Blythe JA, Kentish-Barnes N, Debue AS, Dohan D, Azoulay E, Covinsky K, Matthews T, Curtis JR, Dzeng E. PMID: 34157398.
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    11. Spheres of Influence and Strategic Advocacy for Equity in Medicine. J Gen Intern Med. 2021 11; 36(11):3537-3540. Karches K, DeCamp M, George M, Prochaska M, Saunders M, Thorsteinsdottir B, Dzeng E. PMID: 34013471; PMCID: PMC8133515.
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    12. How individual ethical frameworks shape physician trainees' experiences providing end-of-life care: a qualitative study. J Med Ethics. 2021 Feb 16. Rosenwohl-Mack S, Dohan D, Matthews T, Batten JN, Dzeng E. PMID: 33593875.
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    13. We Need a Paradigm Shift Around End-of-Life Decision Making. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2021 02; 69(2):327-329. Dzeng E, Morrison RS. PMID: 33170951; PMCID: PMC9376965.
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    14. Understanding Experiences of Moral Distress in End-of-Life Care Among US and UK Physician Trainees: a Comparative Qualitative Study. J Gen Intern Med. 2021 07; 36(7):1890-1897. Rosenwohl-Mack S, Dohan D, Matthews T, Batten JN, Dzeng E. PMID: 33111237; PMCID: PMC7592132.
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    15. The COVID-19 Pandemic and Ethical Challenges Posed by Neoliberal Healthcare. J Gen Intern Med. 2021 01; 36(1):205-206. Ahlbach C, King T, Dzeng E. PMID: 33111238; PMCID: PMC7592127.
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    16. Variation in the design of Do Not Resuscitate orders and other code status options: a multi-institutional qualitative study. BMJ Qual Saf. 2021 08; 30(8):668-677. Batten JN, Blythe JA, Wieten S, Cotler MP, Kayser JB, Porter-Williamson K, Harman S, Dzeng E, Magnus D. PMID: 33082165.
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    17. The Influence of Neoliberalism on Burdensome Life Sustaining Treatments Near the End of Life (RP313). Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2020 Jul 1; 60(1):207. Dzeng DE, Curtis CJ, Matthews MT, Batten BJ, Ritchie RC, Dohan DD. .
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    18. Ethics and Spheres of Influence in Addressing Social Determinants of Health. J Gen Intern Med. 2020 09; 35(9):2743-2745. DeCamp M, DeSalvo K, Dzeng E. PMID: 32572766; PMCID: PMC7459019.
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    19. A Society of General Internal Medicine Position Statement on the Internists' Role in Social Determinants of Health. J Gen Intern Med. 2020 09; 35(9):2721-2727. Byhoff E, Kangovi S, Berkowitz SA, DeCamp M, Dzeng E, Earnest M, Gonzalez CM, Hartigan S, Karani R, Memari M, Roy B, Schwartz MD, Volerman A, DeSalvo K, Society of General Internal Medicine. PMID: 32519320; PMCID: PMC7459005.
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    20. Moral distress and burnout in caring for older adults during medical school training. BMC Med Educ. 2020 Mar 23; 20(1):84. Perni S, Pollack LR, Gonzalez WC, Dzeng E, Baldwin MR. PMID: 32293416; PMCID: PMC7092500.
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    21. Ethics in Conflict: Moral Distress as a Root Cause of Burnout. J Gen Intern Med. 2020 02; 35(2):409-411. Dzeng E, Wachter RM. PMID: 31667744; PMCID: PMC7018923.
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    22. No Escalation of Treatment: Moving Beyond the Withholding/Withdrawing Debate. Am J Bioeth. 2019 03; 19(3):63-65. Batten JN, Blythe JA, Wieten SE, Dzeng EW. PMID: 31543041.
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    23. A Codified Process for Multidisciplinary Team Consensus Around the Termination of Life Sustaining Treatments (LST) in France: An Interview Study (S822). Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2019 Feb 1; 57(2):493. Dzeng DE, Kentish-Barnes KN, Curtis CJ, Debue DA. .
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    24. 395. Critical Care Medicine. 2019 Jan 1; 47:178. Batten BJ, Taylor TG, Blythe BJ, Porter-Williamson PK, Dzeng DE, Cotler CM, Kayser KJ, Harman HS, Magnus MD. .
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    25. Concurrent and Overlapping Surgery: Perspectives From Parents of Adolescents Undergoing Spinal Posterior Instrumented Fusion for Idiopathic Scoliosis. Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2019 Jan 01; 44(1):53-59. Bryant J, Markes A, Woolridge T, Cerruti D, Dzeng E, Koenig B, Diab M. PMID: 29901538; PMCID: PMC6551350.
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    26. Reply to: Social Causes of Rational Suicide in Older Adults. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2019 02; 67(2):407-408. Dzeng E, Pantilat SZ. PMID: 30506678.
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    27. Habermasian communication pathologies in do-not-resuscitate discussions at the end of life: manipulation as an unintended consequence of an ideology of patient autonomy. Sociol Health Illn. 2019 02; 41(2):325-342. Dzeng E. PMID: 30460704; PMCID: PMC6359964.
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    28. Response to "Added Points of Concern About Caring for Dying Patients". AMA J Ethics. 2018 11 01; 20(11):E1110-1112. Craig A, Dzeng E. PMID: 30499442.
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    29. Reply to Rational Suicide in Older Adults: Not by Default an Ageist Concept. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2018 08; 66(8):1648-1649. Dzeng E, Pantilat SZ. PMID: 30084189.
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    30. Can Growing Popular Support for Physician-Assisted Death Motivate Organized Medicine to Improve End-of-Life Care? J Gen Intern Med. 2018 08; 33(8):1209-1211. Dzeng E. PMID: 29777428; PMCID: PMC6082226.
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    31. How Should Physicians Care for Dying Patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis? AMA J Ethics. 2018 08 01; 20(8):E690-698. Craig A, Dzeng E. PMID: 30118418; PMCID: PMC6642362.
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    32. Facts and Fetishes: When the Miracles of Medicine Fail Us. Am J Bioeth. 2018 05; 18(5):63-64. Dzeng E, Booth J. PMID: 29697349; PMCID: PMC6335640.
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    33. Understanding ethical climate, moral distress, and burnout: a novel tool and a conceptual framework. BMJ Qual Saf. 2018 10; 27(10):766-770. Dzeng E, Curtis JR. PMID: 29669857; PMCID: PMC6540991.
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    34. Social Causes of Rational Suicide in Older Adults. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2018 05; 66(5):853-855. Dzeng E, Pantilat SZ. PMID: 29500826; PMCID: PMC5992051.
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    35. Ethical Issues in the Design and Implementation of Population Health Programs. J Gen Intern Med. 2018 03; 33(3):370-375. DeCamp M, Pomerantz D, Cotts K, Dzeng E, Farber N, Lehmann L, Reynolds PP, Sulmasy LS, Tilburt J. PMID: 29256088; PMCID: PMC5834965.
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    36. Homing in on the Social: System-Level Influences on Overly Aggressive Treatments at the End of Life. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2018 02; 55(2):282-289.e1. Dzeng E, Dohan D, Curtis JR, Smith TJ, Colaianni A, Ritchie CS. PMID: 28865869; PMCID: PMC6329585.
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    37. When Teachable Moments Become Ethically Problematic. Camb Q Healthc Ethics. 2017 Jul; 26(3):491-494. Dzeng E. PMID: 28541177.
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    38. RESPONDING TO THE END-OF-LIFE OPTION ACT IN CALIFORNIA. Innovation in Aging. 2017 Jul 1; 1(suppl_1):505-506. Forbes FL, Petrillo PL, Dzeng DE, Harrison HK, Scribner SB, Koenig KB. .
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    39. How California Prepared for Implementation of Physician-Assisted Death: A Primer. Am J Public Health. 2017 06; 107(6):883-888. Petrillo LA, Dzeng E, Harrison KL, Forbes L, Scribner B, Koenig BA. PMID: 28426307; PMCID: PMC5425870.
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    40. Addressing Palliative Care Clinician Burnout in Organizations: A Workforce Necessity, an Ethical Imperative. J Pain Symptom Manage. 2017 06; 53(6):1091-1096. Harrison KL, Dzeng E, Ritchie CS, Shanafelt TD, Kamal AH, Bull JH, Tilburt JC, Swetz KM. PMID: 28196784; PMCID: PMC5474199.
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    41. How Should Palliative Care Be Involved in the Response to Physician Assisted Dying in California? Intimately: Perspectives from a Statewide Conference (S795). Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2017 Feb 1; 53(2):463. Petrillo PL, Widera WE, Dzeng DE, Harrison HK, Forbes FL, Koenig KB, Scribner SB. .
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    42. Navigating the Liminal State Between Life and Death: Clinician Moral Distress and Uncertainty Regarding New Life-Sustaining Technologies. Am J Bioeth. 2017 02; 17(2):22-25. Dzeng E. PMID: 28112618; PMCID: PMC5610135.
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    43. Populations and Interventions for Palliative and End-of-Life Care: A Systematic Review. J Palliat Med. 2016 09; 19(9):995-1008. Singer AE, Goebel JR, Kim YS, Dy SM, Ahluwalia SC, Clifford M, Dzeng E, O'Hanlon CE, Motala A, Walling AM, Goldberg J, Meeker D, Ochotorena C, Shanman R, Cui M, Lorenz KA. PMID: 27533892; PMCID: PMC5011630.
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    44. Moral Distress Amongst Physician Trainees Regarding Futile Treatments. J Gen Intern Med. 2016 08; 31(8):830. Dzeng E. PMID: 26951284; PMCID: PMC4945553.
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    45. California's End of Life Option Act: Opportunities and Challenges Ahead. J Gen Intern Med. 2016 08; 31(8):828-9. Petrillo LA, Dzeng E, Smith AK. PMID: 27114358; PMCID: PMC4945570.
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    46. Moral Distress Amongst American Physician Trainees Regarding Futile Treatments at the End of Life: A Qualitative Study. J Gen Intern Med. 2016 Jan; 31(1):93-9. Dzeng E, Colaianni A, Roland M, Levine D, Kelly MP, Barclay S, Smith TJ. PMID: 26391029; PMCID: PMC4700021.
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    47. Treatment escalation in the intensive care unit among patients with preexisting treatment limitations: best-laid plans gone awry? JAMA Intern Med. 2015 Jun; 175(6):1026-7. Barnato AE, Dzeng E. PMID: 25821922.
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    48. Influence of institutional culture and policies on do-not-resuscitate decision making at the end of life. JAMA Intern Med. 2015 May; 175(5):812-9. Dzeng E, Colaianni A, Roland M, Chander G, Smith TJ, Kelly MP, Barclay S, Levine D. PMID: 25845020.
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    49. Interaction of palliative care and primary care. Clin Geriatr Med. 2015 May; 31(2):207-18. Ghosh A, Dzeng E, Cheng MJ. PMID: 25920056.
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    50. Physicians’ Understanding of Patient Autonomy and Choice in Discussions Surrounding the Do-Not-Resuscitate Order (FR415-B). Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2015 Feb 1; 49(2):358-359. Dzeng DE, Dy DS, Smith ST. .
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    51. Public Attitudes on the Future Sustainability of Medicare. Journal of Health Care Financing. 2015; 1(42). Xu T, Goldstein E, Dzeng E, Dy S, Nicholas LH.
    52. Rationing healthcare: who's responsible? Oncology (Williston Park). 2013 Feb; 27(2):91, 96. Dzeng E, Smith TJ. PMID: 23530399; PMCID: PMC4124592.
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    53. Media coverage of violent deaths in iraQ: an opportunistic capture-recapture assessment. Prehosp Disaster Med. 2008 Jul-Aug; 23(4):369-71. Siegler A, Roberts L, Balch E, Bargues E, Bhalla A, Bills C, Dzeng E, Epelboym Y, Foster T, Fulton L, Gallagher M, Gastolomendo JD, Giorgi G, Habtehans S, Kim J, McGee B, McMahan A, Riese S, Santamaria-Schwartz R, Walsh F, Wahlstrom J, Wedeles J. PMID: 18935953.
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    54. Psychotropic medications and HIV. Clin Infect Dis. 2006 May 01; 42(9):1305-10. Thompson A, Silverman B, Dzeng L, Treisman G. PMID: 16586391.
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    55. Enhancement of DNA vaccine potency through linkage of antigen gene to ER chaperone molecules, ER-60, tapasin, and calnexin. J Biomed Sci. 2005; 12(2):279-87. Lin CT, Chang TC, Chao A, Dzeng E, Soong YK, Hung CF, Lai CH. PMID: 15918000.
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