Clinical ProfessorMedicine Faculty Information Biography Education & Training: MDUniversity of Maryland, School of MedicineBaltimore, MD1979–1983 Residency and Chief Residency in Internal Medicine, Primary Care TrackUniversity of Washington Affiliated HospitalsSeattle, WA1983–1986 MPHUniversity of Washington, School of Public HealthSeattle, WA1989–1991 Honors: Alpha Omega Alpha1982 HMC UpJohn Achievement Award for Clinical Ability and Humanitarian Concern1986 Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar1989–1991 Distinguished Service Award2001 Community Partnership Award, King County and Public Health2004 Foster McGaw Prize for Excellence in Community Service2007 Warren Featherstone Reid Award for Excellence in Healthcare2008 UW Medicine Service Excellence Award2010 WA State Chapter Internist of the Year, American College of Physicians2010 Leaders in Health Care Awards Finalist, Seattle Business Magazine2012 Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Research & Clinical Interests Clinical Interests: Disease and injury preventionDomestic violenceSubstance and alcohol abuseHIV-related disease Publications Publications: Sugg NK, Inui T. 1992. Primary care physicians' response to domestic violence. Opening Pandora's box. JAMA. 267(23):3157–60. Sugg NK, Thompson RS, Thompson DC, Maiuro R, Rivara FP. 1999. Domestic violence and primary care. Attitudes, practices, and beliefs. Archives of family medicine. 8(4):301–6. Thompson RS, Rivara FP, Thompson DC, Barlow WE, Sugg NK, Maiuro RD, Rubanowice DM. 2000. Identification and management of domestic violence: a randomized trial. American journal of preventive medicine. 19(4):253–63.