Section of Hospital Medicine
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Referring Physician Access Line: 1-877-DOM-2730
|BA||2004||University of Missouri - Columbia||Psychology
|MD||2008||University of Missouri School of Medicine||Medicine
|Residency||2011||University of Chicago||Internal Medicine
|Fellowship||2013||University of Chicago||Hospital Medicine
|MS||2013||University of Chicago||Health Studies
Dr. Martin’s academic interests focus on improving medical education and assessment in postgraduate training, particularly in understanding the impact of clinical supervision on education and patient care outcomes.
Hospital-based medicine, perioperative and consultative medicine, care of hospitalized older patients, multi-morbidity in hospitalized patients.
- Martin SK, Farnan JM, Mayo A, Vekhter B, Meltzer D, Arora VM. How do attendings perceive housestaff autonomy? Attending experience, hospitalists, and trends over time. J Hosp Med. 2013 Jun; 8(6): 292-7. PMID: 23418143.
- Martin SK, Farnan JM, Arora VA. “FUTURE”: New strategies for hospitalists to overcome challenges in teaching on today’s wards. J Hosp Med. 2013 Jul: 8(7): 409-413. PMID: 23757149.
- Farnan JM, Petty L, Georgitis E, Martin S, Chiu E, Prochaska M, Arora VM. A Systematic Review: The Effect of Clinical Supervision on Residency Education and Patient Outcomes. Academic Medicine. 2012; 87(4): 428-42. PMID: 22361801
- Martin SK, Farnan JM. SUPERB Safety: Improving supervision for medical specialty residents. J Grad Med Ed. 2013 Mar;5(1): 159-160.
- Martin SK, Farnan JM, Flores A, Kurina LM, Meltzer DO, Arora VM. Exploring entrustment: housestaff autonomy and patient readmission. Am J Med. 2014 Aug; 127(8):791-7.