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Jennifer Mandal, MD

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address1001 Potrero Ave
San Francisco CA 94110
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    Fellowship: University of California, San Francisco2019Rheumatology
    Residency: University of California, San Francisco2015Internal Medicine
    Medical School: University of California, San FranciscoMD2012
    Undergraduate: Stanford UniversityBA2007Human Biology
    University of California, San Francisco, CA2019Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training
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    UCSF2017UCSF Rheumatology Division Clinical Fellow Award
    UCSF2015UCSF Internal Medicine Professionalism Award
    UCSF2010UCSF Essential Core Teaching Award
    UCSF2009UCSF Curriculum Ambassador Showcase “Biggest Future Impact” Award
    Stanford2008Stanford University Centennial Teaching Assistant Award

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    Maiden name: Jennifer Staves

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    1. A Mobile Learning Module to Support Interprofessional Knowledge Construction in the Health Professions. Am J Pharm Educ. 2020 02; 84(2):847519. Floren LC, Mandal J, Dall'Era M, Shin J, Irby DM, Cate OT, O'Brien BC. PMID: 32226076.
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    2. Tuberculosis of the Finger. N Engl J Med. 2018 Sep 20; 379(12):1161. Mandal J, Margaretten M. PMID: 30231233.
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    3. Primary Angiitis of the Central Nervous System. Rheum Dis Clin North Am. 2017 11; 43(4):503-518. Mandal J, Chung SA. PMID: 29061238.
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    4. Beyond "Great Job": Feedback Among Students on Interprofessional Teams. Journal Of Interprofessional Education & Practice. 2016; 5C:37-43. Mandal J, Avdagic K, Wamsley M, Brock T, van Schaik S.
    5. Oral presentation at UCSF Education Day 2014. Beyond “Great Job”? Content and Quality of Feedback Among Students on Interprofessional Learning Teams. 2014. Jennifer Mandal, MD; Maria Wamsley, MD; Sandrijn van Schaik, MD, PhD .
    6. The impact of an interprofessional standardized patient exercise on attitudes toward working in interprofessional teams. J Interprof Care. 2012 Jan; 26(1):28-35. Wamsley M, Staves J, Kroon L, Topp K, Hossaini M, Newlin B, Lindsay C, O'Brien B. PMID: 22233365.
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    7. Interprofessional Standardized Patient Exercise (ISPE): The Case of “Paul Harris”. MedEdPORTAL. Available from: www.mededportal.org/publication/9011. 2011. Staves J, Hossaini M, Kroon L, Lindsay C, Newlin B, O’Brien B, Topp K, Wamsley M.View Publication.
    8. Poster presentation at UCSF Jack Rodnick Memorial Colloquium on Innovations in Family Medicine. San Francisco, CA. A pilot telephone-based intervention for patients with poorly-controlled diabetes mellitus. 2011. Staves J, Singer L, Sanchez M, Hausauer A, Bryne L, Hill-Sakurai L.
    9. An Interprofessional Standardized Patient Exercise Improves Attitudes Towards Team Care. 2011. Staves J, Hossaini M, Kroon L, Lindsay C, Newlin B, O’Brien B, Topp K, Wamsley M.
    10. Poster presentation at Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) AAMC Western Regional Conference. Stanford, CA. Longitudinal Interprofessional Curriculum for First-Year Health Professions Students: Building Connections In Person and Online. 2011. Staves J, Cerri A, Hyde S, Alldredge B, Youmans S, Kilmer J, Perry D, Loeser H, Topp K, Chen HC. .
    11. Oral presentation at UCSF School of Medicine Education Day 2011. San Francisco, CA. Longitudinal Interprofessional Curriculum for First-Year Health Professions Students: Building Connections In Person and Online. 2011. Staves J, Cerri A, Hyde S, Alldredge B, Youmans S, Kilmer J, Perry D, Loeser H, Topp K, Chen HC.
    12. Poster presentation at UCSF School of Medicine Alumni Weekend. San Francisco, CA. . Promoting Interprofessional Teamwork: Longitudinal Team-Based Curriculum for First-Year Health Professions Students. 2010. Staves J, Loeser H, Hyde S, Alldredge B, Youmans S, Kilmer J, MA, Perry D, Topp K, Conway M, Chen HC.
    13. Western Group on Educational Affairs (WGEA) AAMC Western Regional Conference. Asilomar, CA. . Promoting Interprofessional Teamwork: Longitudinal Team-Based Curriculum for First-Year Health Professions Students. 2010. Staves J, Loeser H, Hyde S, Alldredge B, Youmans S, Kilmer J, MA, Perry D, Topp K, Conway M, Chen HC. Promoting Interprofessional Teamwork: Longitudinal Team-Based Curriculum for First-Year Health Professions Students.
    14. Poster presentation at UCSF School of Medicine Education Day 2010. San Francisco, CA. Promoting Interprofessional Teamwork: Longitudinal Team-Based Curriculum for First-Year Health Professions Students. 2010. Staves J, Loeser H, Hyde S, Alldredge B, Youmans S, Kilmer J, MA, Perry D, Topp K, Conway M, Chen HC. .
    15. An innovative mobile learning module to support knowledge construction in the health professions. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. Floren L, Mandal J, Dall’Era M, Shin J, Irby D, Cate O, O’Brien B.
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