Professor EmeritusMedicine Faculty Information Biography Education & Training: MDUniversity of RochesterRochester, NY1976–1981 Internship, Residency, and Chief Residency in Internal Medicine, Primary Care TrackUniversity of WashingtonSeattle, WA1981–1984 MPHUniversity of Washington, Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars ProgramSeattle, WA1986–1988 MAUniversity of WashingtonSeattle, WA1990 Honors: Phi Beta Kappa1975 Alpha Omega Alpha1980 Margaret Anderson Teaching Award1998 George N. Aagaard Outstanding Teacher Award1998–1999 UWSOM Distinguished Clinical Teacher Award2000–2003 UW Distinguished Teaching Award2002 UWSOM Teacher Superior in Perpetuity2003 Nominee, AAMC Humanism in Medicine Award2008 AOA Robert J. Glaser Distinguished Teacher Award2009 Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Research & Clinical Interests Clinical Interests: Medical educationClinical skillsCultural competency Publications Publications: Goldstein EA, MacLaren CF, Smith S, Mengert TJ, Maestas RR, Foy HM. Wenrich MD, Ramsey PG. Promoting fundamental clinical skills using a competency-based college approach at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Academic Medicine, 2005; 80:423–433. Losh DP, Mauksch LB, Arnold RW, Maresca TM, Storck MG, Maestas R, Goldstein, EA. Teaching inpatient communication skills to medical students: An innovative strategy. Academic Medicine 2005; 80:118–124. Goldstein EA, Maestas R, Fryer-Edwards K, Wenrich MD, Amies-Oelschlager A, Baernstein A, Kimball H. Professionalism in medical education: An institutional challenge. Academic Medicine 2006; 81:871–876. Whipple ME, Barlow CB, Smith S, Goldstein EA. Early clinical skills training improves confidence in clerkships. Academic Medicine 2006;81 (10 Suppl):S40–S43. Jackson MB, Keen M, Wenrich MD, Schaad DC, Robins L, Goldstein, EA. Impact of a pre-clinical clinical skills curriculum on student performance in third-year clerkships. JGIM 2009; 24:929–933.