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Marcia Glass, MD

Title(s)Associate Clinical Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address533 Parnassus Avenue
San Francisco CA 94117
Phone415-502-1414
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    Tulane University School of Medicine2012Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society nomination
    Tulane University School of Medicine2012Owl Club Internal Medicine Teaching Award nomination
    Fulbright Program2011Finalist for Fulbright Scholar Program
    Tulane University School of Medicine2011C. Thorpe Ray Internal Medicine Educator Award
    Tulane University School of Medicine2011Owl Club Teaching Award nomination
    Tulane University School of Medicine2011Dean's Office Top Five Medical Faculty by Student Evaluations
    Tulane University School of Medicine2010Arnold P. Gold Humanism in Medicine Award nomination
    Yale University and Stanford University2010Yale/Stanford Johnson and Johnson Global Health Fellowship
    Tulane University School of Medicine2008Best Inpatient Attending
    Tulane University School of Medicine2008Owl club Internal Medicine Teaching Award nomination
    Tulane University School of Medicine2006Faculty-Elected Outstanding PGY-3 Resident

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    Marcia Glass joined the faculty of UCSF in August of 2012 as
    an assistant professor in internal medicine. She received a BA from
    The University of Chicago in 1998 and an MD from Georgetown University
    in 2003. After completing a residency in internal medicine at Tulane
    University, she joined the Tulane faculty in 2006 with an appointment
    as a clinical instructor in the Department of Medicine. Later that
    year, she worked in Liberia with Doctors without Borders. She
    returned to Liberia in 2009 to work as a hospitalist for the Liberian
    government. In 2010, she worked in Uganda as a fellow with the
    Yale/Stanford Johnson and Johnson Global Health Scholars Program. In
    2011, she volunteered again with Doctors without Borders in Colombia
    and also worked in Ghana with the Sidharte program through Columbia
    University.

    Marcia has presented in multiple SGIM and SSGIM conferences and served
    as a peer advisor during the New Orleans 2008 SSGIM meeting. She was
    also the faculty sponsor for the Tulane Medical Student Outreach
    Clinic at Ozanam Inn from 2010-2012 and a member of Physicians for
    Social Responsibility, Physicians for Human Rights, Amnesty
    International, and Doctors without Borders. At Tulane Medical School,
    she served on the Institutional Review Board from 2009-2012 and the
    Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee from 2007-2012. She was also a
    faculty advisor for internal medicine residents through the Concierge
    Mentoring Service from 2010-2012 and ran a procedure training course
    for medicine residents at Tulane's simulation center from 2010-2012.

    Her continued medical education includes the Stanford Faculty
    Development Program, Harvard University's Medical Detectives course,
    Tulane's Methods in Clinical Research course, and a hospitalist
    procedures course. She is currently a reviewer for uptodate.com.

    Education:
    •The University of Chicago (BA)
    • Georgetown University (MD)

    Training:
    • Tulane University (internship and residency in internal medicine)

    Certification:
    • Board certification in internal medicine (2006)

    Memberships & Affiliations:
    • Doctors without Borders, Physicians for Human Rights, Physicians for Social Responsibility
    • Society of General Internal Medicine, Society of Hospital Medicine

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    1. Standardized Attending Rounds to Improve the Patient Experience: A Pragmatic Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial. J Hosp Med. 2017 03; 12(3):143-149. Monash B, Najafi N, Mourad M, Rajkomar A, Ranji SR, Fang MC, Glass M, Milev D, Ding Y, Shen A, Sharpe BA, Harrison JD. PMID: 28272589.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 2     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    2. What Are the Ethical Issues Facing Global-Health Trainees Working Overseas? A Multi-Professional Qualitative Study. Healthcare (Basel). 2016 Jul 13; 4(3). Harrison JD, Logar T, Le P, Glass M. PMID: 27417631.
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    3. Breakdown. J Hosp Med. 2016 Feb; 11(2):126-9. Zhu JM, Hamel D, Dhaliwal G, Glass M, Sharpe B, Kim B, Monash B. PMID: 26800656.
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    4. Improving attending rounds: Qualitative reflections from multidisciplinary providers. Hosp Pract (1995). 2015; 43(3):186-90. Najafi N, Monash B, Mourad M, Ding Y, Glass M, Burrell GJ, Harrison JD. PMID: 25936415.
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    5. Teaching corner: "first do no harm": teaching global health ethics to medical trainees through experiential learning. J Bioeth Inq. 2015 Mar; 12(1):69-78. Logar T, Le P, Harrison JD, Glass M. PMID: 25648122.
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    6. Teaching global health ethics using simulation: interprofessional training. The Lancet Global Health. 2014 May 1; 2:s5. M Shoeb, T Logar, M H Glass, J D Harrison, T P Brock, S James-Ryan, S Barajas, P V Le. .
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    7. Alcohol withdrawal. South Med J. 2012 Nov; 105(11):607-12. Manasco A, Chang S, Larriviere J, Hamm LL, Glass M. PMID: 23128805.
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    8. Bloody Diamonds. SGIM Forum. 2012 Oct. 10(35):10. Glass, M.
    9. The Road to Ozanam Inn: A Place to Teach, Learn, and Heal. The International Public Health Journal. In Press. Rebholz, C., Khan, T., and Glass, M.
    10. Pride and Pericardiocentesis. Pride and Pericardiocentesis. New World. 2012 Spring. Glass, M.View Publication.
    11. Hypopituitarism; In Wiese, J., Auerbach, A., Glasheen, J., and Li, J. Clinical Decision Support. Decision Support in Medicine, LLC. In press. Larriviere, J., and Glass, M.
    12. The Road to Ozanam Inn: A Place to Teach, Learn, and Heal; In Caron, R., and Merrick, J., (Eds.): Building Community Capacity: Case Examples from around the World. Nova Science. In press. Rebholz, C., Khan., T. and Glass, M.
    13. Dengue Fever; In Ebell, MH., Ferenchick, G., Smith, M., Barry, H., Slawson, D., Shaughnessy, A., Forsch, R., Li, S., Wilkes, M., Usatine, R. (Eds.): Essential Evidence. John Wiley & Sons, 2009. Glass, M.
    14. Bullous pemphigoid and pemphigus vulgaris; In Wiese, J., Auerbach, A., Glasheen, J., and Li, J. Clinical Decision Support. Decision Support in Medicine, LLC. In press. Kura, K., and Glass, M.
    15. Neisseria; In Wiese, J., Auerbach, A., Glasheen, J., and Li, J. Clinical Decision Support. Decision Support in Medicine, LLC. In Press. Glass, M.
    16. Large Bowel Obstruction; In Wiese, J., Auerbach, A., Glasheen, J., and Li, J. Clinical Decision Support. Decision Support in Medicine, LLC. In press. Chang, S., and Glass, M.
    17. Hyper-homocysteinemia; In Wiese, J., Auerbach, A., Glasheen, J., and Li, J. Clinical Decision Support. Decision Support in Medicine, LLC. In press. Johnson, A., and Glass, M.
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