Preetha Basaviah, M.D.

Clinical Associate Professor, Medicine - General Medical Disciplines

Professional Education

Fellowship: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard Medical School (1998) MA

Residency: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard Medical School (1998) MA

Board Certification: Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine (1998)

Medical Education: Brown University Program In Medicine (1995) RI

M.D., Beth Israel Deaconess Center, Fellow in Medical Education (1999)

M.D., West Roxbury VA Medical Center, Harvard, Chief Resident (1998)

M.D., Beth Israel Hosital, Harvard, Residency (1998)

M.D., Brown School of Medicine, M.D. with Honors (1995)

B.A., Brown University, Human Biology with Honors (1991)

Honors & Awards

SGIM National Award for Scholarship in Medical Education, Society for General Internal Medicine (SGIM) (2011)

2010 California Regional SGIM Clinician Educator of the Year Award, SGIM (2010)

L. Mathers Award for Exceptional Commitment to Teaching, Stanford Medical School (2010)

Pre-Clinical Teaching Award, Kaiser Family Foundation (2009)

Fellow, Fellow in Hospital Medicine (2009)

Faculty Fellow, Stanford University (2008-2009)

Educators for CARE, Stanford Medical School (2008)

Division of General Internal Medicine Teaching Award, Stanford University (2007)

Harvard Macy Scholar, Harvard Macy Institute (2006)

Academy of Medical Educators induction, UCSF (2004)

Stanford Faculty Development Program, Stanford University (2006)

Awardee: STAR award for clinical service, UCSF Medical Center (2004)

Teaching Scholars Program, UCSF School of Medicine (2002-2003)

Nominee: Division of General Internal Medicine Teaching Award, Stanford University (2006)

Nominee: Clinical X track for Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCSF (2005)

Nominee: Kaiser Teaching Award, UCSF School of Medicine (2005)

Nominee: Crede Award for Teaching, Division of General Internal Medicine, UCSF (2004)

Nominee: Outstanding Clinical Teaching, Class of 2004, UCSF (2004)

Nominee: Outstanding Foundation of Patient Care Facilitator, Class of 2007, UCSF (2004)

Nominee: Crede Award for Clinical Care, Division of General Internal Medicine, UCSF (2003)

Nominee: Outstanding Foundations of Patient Care Educator, UCSF (2003)

Honoree: UCSF Women in Medicine Residency Group, UCSF (2002)

Nominee: Kaiser Teaching Award, UCSF School of Medicine (2002)

Nominee: Crede Award for Clinical Care, Division of General Internal Medicine, UCSF (2001)

First prize winner, Clinical Vignette National Poster Competition, National Association of Inpatient Physicians (2001)

Institute Scholar, Harvard Institute for Education and Research (2000)

Nominee: Award for Excellence in Teaching, Harvard University Medical School (2000)

25th Anniversary Commencement Aide, Brown University School of Medicine (2000)

Katherine Swan Ginsburg Memorial Award for Humanism in Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (1998)

Lowell McGee Memorial Teaching Award, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (1998)

Glasgow Memorial Achievement Citation for Scholastic Achievement, American Medical Women's Association (1995)

Upjohn Achievement Prize for Outstanding Performance and Contribution, Brown University School of Medicine (1995)

Outstanding Category Ranking, Brown University School of Medicine (1995)

The Joseph Collins Scholarship for Academic Achievement, Brown University (1993-1995)

Association of Women Psychiatrists' Leah J. Dickstein, M.D. Award, Brown University School of Medicine (1993)

Society for Pediatric Research Scholar, Department of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Columbia University School of Medicine (1992)

McGraw-Hill Book Award for Academic Achievement, Brown University School of Medicine (1992)

Sigma Xi Scientific Research Honor Society, Sigma Xi (1991)

Emery Fellowship for Scholarly Ability and Excellence of Character, Brown University (1991)

George W. Hagy Prize in Human Biology, Brown University (1991)

Babette and Peter Stewart Prize for Overall Achievement in the Program in Liberal Medical Education, Brown University (1991)

Magna Cum Laude, Brown University (1991)

National Science Foundation Fellow, Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University (1990)

Honors Research Program Intern, Roche Institute of Molecular Biology (1988)

Administrative Appointments

Assistant Dean of Preclerkship Education, Stanford University School of Medicine (2013 - Present)

Educator for CARE, Stanford University School of Medicine (2008 - Present)

Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine (2006 - Present)

Course Director, Practice of Medicine, Stanford University (2007 - Present)

Co-Director, Foundation of Patient Care Course, UCSF Medical Center (2000 - 2006)

Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCSF (2000 - 2006)

Associate Firm Chief, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard (2000 - 2001)

Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine (2006 - Present)

Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCSF (2006 - 2006)

Director, Nurse Practitioner Course, "Chronic Illness", UCSF (2003 - 2004)

Director, Quality Improvement, Hospitalist Group, UCSF (2001 - 2003)

Associate Firm Chief, G. Kurkland Firm, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard (1999 - 2000)

Co-Director, Area of Concentration in Medical Education, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (1998 - 2000)

Attending Physician, Beth Israel Deaconess, Harvard (1998 - 2000)

Staff Physician/General Internist, Beth Israel Medical Center, Harvard (1998 - 2000)

Staff Physician/Hospitalist, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard (1998 - 2000)

Revision Committee: Program in Liberal Medical Education, Brown University (2000 - 2000)

25th Anniversary Commencement Aide, Brown University (2000 - 2000)

Research Intern, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (1991 - 1991)

Teaching Assistant, Brown University (1991 - 1991)

Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School (1998 - 2000)

Clinical Fellow in Internal Medicine, Harvard Medical School (1995 - 1998)

Developing a national collaborative of medical educators who lead clinical skills courses
Taylor J, Hunter N, Basaviah P, & Mintz M. (2012). Developing a national collaborative of medical educators who lead clinical skills courses. Teaching and Learning Medicine.

Medical Student Wellness: An Essential Role For Mentors
Osterberg L, Basaviah P, & Hillard P. (2011). Medical Student Wellness: An Essential Role For Mentors. Medical Science Educator, 21(4).

Hospitalist handoffs: a systematic review and task force recommendations
Arora VM, Manjarrez E, Dressler DD, Basaviah P, Halasyamani L, & Kripalani S. (2009). Hospitalist handoffs: a systematic review and task force recommendations. J Hosp Med, 4(7).

Deficits in Communication and Information Transfer Between Hospital-Based and Primary Care Physicians: Implications for Patient Safety and Continuity of Care.
Kripalani S, Lefevre F, Phillips C, Williams M, Basaviah P, & Baker D. (2007). Deficits in Communication and Information Transfer Between Hospital-Based and Primary Care Physicians: Implications for Patient Safety and Continuity of Care. JAMA, Feb.

Update in hospital medicine
Basaviah, P., & Frost, S. (2006). Update in hospital medicine. ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE, 145(9), 685-691.

From classroom to bedside; A curriculum for first year medical students
Basaviah P, French L, & Muller J. (2003). From classroom to bedside; A curriculum for first year medical students. Med Education, May.

Is there a New Doctor in the House? Hospital Medicine in the United States
Goldman L, & Basaviah P. (2002). Is there a New Doctor in the House? Hospital Medicine in the United States. Swiss Medical Journal (Schweiz √Ąrztezeitung), July(83).

Scholarship and Career Development for the Hospitalist Clinician Educator
Basaviah P, & Ramani S. (2008). Scholarship and Career Development for the Hospitalist Clinician Educator. In Hospitalist as Teacher - Just the Facts by McGraw-Hill.

Acknowledgement for coding surveys and input: Preparing medical students for Clerkships: a descriptive anlaysis of transition courses.
Poncelet, A., O'Brien, & Bridget. (2008). Acknowledgement for coding surveys and input: Preparing medical students for Clerkships: a descriptive anlaysis of transition courses. Acad Med, 83(5).

Hospital Discharge
Basaviah P, Williams M, Ed, Wachter R, Hollander H, & Goldman L. (2005). Hospital Discharge. Hospital Medicine.

Clinical Updates
Basaviah P. (2004). Clinical Updates. SGIM Forum, January.

Innovations in Medical Education Update
Basaviah P, & Kalet A. (2004). Innovations in Medical Education Update. SGIM Forum, January.

Core Competencies Update
Pistoria M, Dressler D, & Basaviah P. (2002). Core Competencies Update. The Hospitalist, March.

Asthma
Pauuw D, & Basaviah P. (2002). Asthma. Guide to Internal Medicine.

Structuring Residency and Fellowship Curricula in Hospital Medicine
Basaviah P, & Amin A. (2002). Structuring Residency and Fellowship Curricula in Hospital Medicine. The Hospitalist, November.

Clinical Vignettes Update
Malik T, & Basaviah P. (2001). Clinical Vignettes Update. SGIM Forum, 24(11).

"Through the Eyes of a Physician" in This Side of Doctoring: Reflections of Women in Medicine
Basaviah P. (2001). "Through the Eyes of a Physician" in This Side of Doctoring: Reflections of Women in Medicine. Sage Publications, December.

Through the Eyes of a Physician. In: Reflections in Medicine: A Time to Heal
Basaviah P. (2000). Through the Eyes of a Physician. In: Reflections in Medicine: A Time to Heal. Brown University School of Medicine 25th Anniversary Publication, May.