Associate ProfessorMedicine Associate Medical Director for Ambulatory Care, Harborview Medical CenterFaculty Information Biography Education & Training: MDUniversity of California, San FranciscoSan Francisco, CA1989–1993 Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine, Primary Care TrackUniversity of WashingtonSeattle, WA1993–1996 Chief Residency in Medicine and Ambulatory CareUniversity of Washington, Harborview Medical CenterSeattle, WA1996–1997 MPHUniversity of WashingtonSeattle, WA2000–2002 Certificate in Medical ManagementUniversity of WashingtonSeattle, WA2007–2009 Honors: Student Honor Society1986 Dean’s List1986 Phi Beta Kappa1989 Alpha Omega Alpha1993 Research Fellowship, Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program2000–2002 Ambulatory Care Research Fellowship, Health Services Research and Development, VAPSHCS2002–2004 Health Services Research and Development Award2004 Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Research & Clinical Interests Clinical Interests: Improving health care for vulnerable populationsThe effect of drug sample availability on physicians' prescribing practices Publications Publications: Chew LD, O'Young TS, Hazlet TK, Bradley KA, Maynard C, Lessler DS. 2000. A physician survey of the effect of drug sample availability on physicians' behavior. Journal of general internal medicine. 15(7):478–83. PMCID: PMC1495488. Chew LD, Bradley KA, Boyko EJ. 2004. Brief questions to identify patients with inadequate health literacy. Family medicine. 36(8):588–94. PMID: 15343421. Chew LD, Bradley KA, Flum DR, Cornia PB, Koepsell TD. 2004. The impact of low health literacy on surgical practice. American journal of surgery. 188(3):250–3. PMID: 15450829. Chew LD, Nelson KM, Young BA, Bradley KA. 2005. Association between alcohol consumption and diabetes preventive practices. Family medicine. 37(8):589–94. PMID: 16145630.