Assistant ProfessorMedicine Related Links: Academic PortfolioFaculty Information Biography Dr. Deeds is an internist and primary care doctor at the Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System. As faculty at the UW School of Medicine she supervises physicians in primary care clinic and on inpatient medicine rotations at the VA. Dr. Deeds is the Medical Director for the Women Veterans Program and is responsible for overseeing women veteran’s health care at VA and serves as the local subject matter expert in women veterans’ care. She enjoys mentoring residents and students interested in primary care and in working on educational and quality improvement projects. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and traveling. Education & Training: MDCase Western Reserve School of MedicineCleveland, OH2013 Residency in Internal MedicineUniversity of WashingtonSeattle, WA2013–2016 Chief Residency in Internal MedicineUniversity of WashingtonSeattle, WA2016 Honors: Phi Beta Kappa, University of Michigan2009 Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Washington School of Medicine2014 Alpha Omega Alpha2017 Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Research & Clinical Interests Research Interests: Clinical Efficiency Healthcare Delivery Electronic Medical Record Tools Quality Improvement Primary Care Training Clinical Interests: Preventative Health Management of Chronic Conditions Women’s Health Shared Decision Making Clinical Efficiency Publications PubMed: PubMed BibliographyPublications: Deeds S, Dowdell K, Chew L, Ackerman S. Implementing an Opt-in eConsult Program at Seven Academic Medical Centers: A Qualitative Analysis of Primary Care Provider Experiences. JGIM. 2019 Aug;34(8):1427-1433. Deeds S, Carr S, garrison M, Fainstad T. Delivery of Standardized Patient Instructions in the After-Visit Summary Reduces Telephone Calls Between Clinic Visits. Am J Med Qual. 2018 Nov/Dec;33(6):642-648. Deeds S, Oakes P, Mookherjee S, Levitt D. What are the chances? J Hosp Med. 2017 Apr;12(4):262-265. Sopher AB, Gerken AT, Lee EJ, Blaner WE, Deeds S, Gallagher D, Shungu DC, Mao X, Hassoun A, Mahon DJ, Oberfield SE. Retinol-binding protein 4 correlates with triglycerides but not insulin resistance in prepubertal children with and without premature adrenarche. J Pediatr Endocrinol Metab. 2011;24(9-10):683-7.