ProfessorMedicine Section Head, VA Puget Sound Health Care SystemFaculty Information Biography Education & Training: MDUniversity of Minnesota, Duluth School of Medicine and University of Minnesota Medical SchoolDuluth, MN and Minneapolis, MN1980–1984 Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine, Traditional TrackUniversity of Washington Affiliated HospitalsSeattle, WA1984–1987 Honors: Graduated Magna Cum Laude from Moorhead State University1980 Hugo Black Scholarship1981–1982 Selected for Housestaff Representatives Committee1984 UW Innovation in Teaching Award1992 Attending of the Year Award1993–1994 ACP Commendation for Highest Ranking Speaker in National Board Review Course on Ophthalmology1995, 98 SGIM National Innovation in Teaching Award1996 ACP Commendation for Highest Ranking Speaker in National Board Review Course on Board Review1996, 97 Listed in Best Doctors in America: Pacific Region1996–2004 Listed in Best Doctors in America2005–2011 Robert G. Petersdorf Teaching Award, VAPSHCS2008 Laureate Award of the ACP Washington Chapter2010 VA Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education2011 Contact Email: email@example.com Research & Clinical Interests Research Interests: Physical diagnosisDeveloping teaching materials (videotape, website) Publications Publications: Wipf JE, Orlander JD, Anderson JJ. 1999. The effect of a teaching skills course on interns' and students' evaluations of their resident--teachers. Academic medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges. 74(8):938–42. Wipf JE, Lipsky BA, Hirschmann JV, Boyko EJ, Takasugi J, Peugeot RL, Davis CL. 1999. Diagnosing pneumonia by physical examination: relevant or relic? Archives of internal medicine. 159(10):1082–7. Shanafelt TD, Bradley KA, Wipf JE, Back AL. 2002. Burnout and self-reported patient care in an internal medicine residency program. Annals of internal medicine. 136(5):358–67. Wamsley MA, Julian KA, Wipf JE. 2004. A literature review of "resident-as-teacher" curricula: Do teaching courses make a difference? Journal of general internal medicine. 19(5 Pt 2):574–81. Goitein L, Shanafelt TD, Wipf JE, Slatore CG, Back AL. 2005. The effects of work-hour limitations on resident well-being, patient care, and education in an internal medicine residency program. Archives of internal medicine. 165(22):2601–6.