Lisa Shieh, MD, PhD

Clinical Associate Professor, Medicine - General Medical Disciplines

Professional Education

Residency: Stanford University Medical Center (1999) CA

Medical Education: Harvard Medical School (1996) MA

Board Certification: Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine (1999)

Internship: Stanford University Medical Center (1997) CA

Residency, Stanford Univ Medical Center, Internal Medicine (1999)

MD, Harvard University, Medicine (1996)

PhD, MIT, Medical Engineering (1995)

BS, Purdue University, Chemical Engineering (1989)

Honors & Awards

Award for Service and Leadership, Omega Chi Epsilon (1989)

Purdue Outstanding Chemical Engineering Senior, Purdue University (1989)

Purdue Alumni Foundation Award, Purdue University (1989)

Most Outstanding Senior Women in Engineering, Purdue University (1989)

Fellowship, DuPont Fellowship in Chemical Engineering (1989)

Fellowship, Tau Beta Pi Engineering Fellowship (1989)

Fellowship, National Science Foundation Fellowship (1989-1992)

Administrative Appointments

Medical Director for Quality, Department of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine (2011 - Present)

Medical Director, B3/C3 Inpatient Unit, Stanford Healthcare (2006 - Present)

Hospitalist, Division of GIM, Stanford University (1999 - Present)

Smarter hospital communication: Secure smartphone text messaging improves provider satisfaction and perception of efficacy, workflow.
Przybylo, J. A., Wang, A., Loftus, P., Evans, K. H., Chu, I., & Shieh, L. (2014). Smarter hospital communication: Secure smartphone text messaging improves provider satisfaction and perception of efficacy, workflow. Journal of hospital medicine , 9(9), 573-578.

Improved blood utilization using real-time clinical decision support
Goodnough, L. T., Shieh, L., Hadhazy, E., Cheng, N., Khari, P., & Maggio, P. (2014). Improved blood utilization using real-time clinical decision support. TRANSFUSION, 54(5), 1358-1365.

Patient whiteboards to improve patient-centred care in the hospital.
Tan, M., Hooper Evans, K., Braddock, C. H., & Shieh, L. (2013). Patient whiteboards to improve patient-centred care in the hospital. Postgraduate medical journal, 89(1056), 604-609.

Teaching evidence-based medicine on a busy hospitalist service: Residents rate a pilot curriculum
Nicholson, L. J., & Shieh, L. Y. (2005). Teaching evidence-based medicine on a busy hospitalist service: Residents rate a pilot curriculum. ACADEMIC MEDICINE, 80(6), 607-609.