Dionne Blackman
Section of General Internal Medicine
Associate Professor of Medicine
Referring Physician Access Line: 1-877-DOM-2730

Training

DegreeYearInstitutionArea
BA1988Princeton UniversityPsychology
MD1994The University of Chicago 
Residency1997Northwestern UniversityInternal Medicine
Fellowship1999Johns Hopkins UniversityInternal Medicine

Academic Interests

Dr. Blackman’s academic interests include faculty development in teaching skills, research to evaluate medical education interventions, and evidence-based clinical practice.


Clinical Interests

General internal medicine and musculoskeletal problems.


Representative Publications

  1. Blackman D. Maximizing Test Performance: Effective Study and Test-Taking Strategies. In Miller R, Ashar B, Peairs K, and Sisson S editors: The Johns Hopkins Internal Medicine Board Review Book, ed.1, Philadelphia, Elsevier Science 2003.(book chapter)
  2. Blackman D, Cifu A, Levinson, W. Can an Electronic Database Help Busy Physicians Answer Clinical Questions? Journal of General Internal Medicine 2002; 17 (suppl.1): 220. (abstract)
  3. Goroll AH, Morrison G, Bass EB, Jablonover R, Blackman D, Platt R, Papadakis MA, Whelan A, Hekelman FP, Headrick L. Reforming the core clerkship in internal medicine: The SGIM/CDIM Project. Annals of Internal Medicine 2001; 134(1): 30-37.
  4. Jablonover R, Blackman D, Bass EB, Morrison G, Goroll AH. Evaluation of a national curriculum reform effort for the medicine core clerkship. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2000; 15: 484-491.



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