Physician Nursing Dyad Supercharges Inpatient Care
At its core, the Unit Based Medical Director and Patient Care Manager (UBMD-PCM) program ensures that the physician and nurse leaders on the inpatient units are working together to make sure our patients get the best care possible.
Through Storytelling, Resilience Rounds Resonate With Physicians at all Career Stages
“Osler Evenings” have evolved into Resilience Rounds: periodic events to build community and informal mentorships among medical students, residents, and faculty in Stanford’s Department of Medicine.
First of its Kind Grant Expands Access to Care for People with Long COVID
Stanford Department of Medicine is among 9 organizations that received major funding to expand access to care for underserved, rural, vulnerable, and minority populations disproportionately impacted by the effects of the pandemic.
Department launches new DREAM division
On September 1st, 2023, the Department of Medicine launched the Division for Research and Education in Academic Medicine (DREAM).
Minimizing the Guessing Game in Pain Management
Researchers gain insights from the first pharmacogenetics study in the inpatient postoperative setting at Stanford.
ARISE: Addressing the Gaps in Asian American Health Research
Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders make up 7.7% of the U.S. population, yet historically, the National Institutes of Health invested a mere 0.17% of its budget to research the health of these groups. A large cohort study termed ARISE and led by Ann Hsing, PhD, will be part of a national effort to address this gap.
A Surprising New Cell of Origin for Lung Cancer
Dr. Tushar Desai & colleagues’ new research suggests that lung cancer can originate from different cells than previously thought.
Department of Medicine Ranks in US News & World Report for 2023-2024
The U.S. News & World Report has announced its hospital rankings for 2023-24, and 7 of the 13 specialty services that ranked as “high performing” are in Stanford’s Department of Medicine!…
Dobbs Decision: Looking Back and Moving Forward
One year after the Dobbs v. Jackson Supreme Court ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade, leaders across the country, including members of the Department of Medicine, continue to advocate for reproductive health through demonstrations, task forces, committees, education, written works and social media.
2022 Teaching Awards
The 2022 Teaching Awards, held in August, celebrate & showcase our Department’s incredible educators, including 2022 Master Teacher Award Paul Kwo.