Section of General Internal Medicine
Associate Professor of Medicine
Referring Physician Access Line: 1-877-DOM-2730
|MD||1994||The University of Chicago||
|Residency||1997||Northwestern University||Internal Medicine
|Fellowship||1999||Johns Hopkins University||Internal Medicine
Dr. Blackman’s academic interests include faculty development in teaching skills, research to evaluate medical education interventions, and evidence-based clinical practice.
General internal medicine and musculoskeletal problems.
- 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)
- 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)
- 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.
- 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.