Section of General Internal Medicine
Associate Professor of Medicine
Referring Physician Access Line: 1-877-DOM-2730
|MD||1990||The University of Chicago||
|Residency||1991||Barnes Hospital, Washington University School of Medicine||Internal Medicine
Dr. Glick investigates factors that contribute to healthcare disparities and educational strategies that help physicians decrease these disparities. She is currently designing a curriculum in patient-centered care for resident physicians. Dr. Glick enjoys teaching primary care internal medicine to residents and medical students.
Primary care for adults, patient-centered care, women’s health, asthma
- Chou C, Jain S and Glick S. Teaching Residents to Teach in the Ambulatory Setting: A Curriculum. Academic Medicine. 2001; 76: 571.
- Glick SB. Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding. In Yee EFT, Baillie S, Ho M, Schapira M and Van Egeren L. Women’s Primary Care Guide. VHA Employee Education System, HQ Women’s Health Program and HQ Office of CIO. 2001.
- Buchanan D, Rohr L, Kehoe L, Glick SB and Jain S. Changing Attitudes Toward Homeless People: A Curriculum Evaluation. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2004; 19: 565-567
- Clarke P, Glick S and Reilly BR. On the Threshold: A Diagnosis of Exclusion. New England Journal of Medicine. 2005; 352: 919-924.