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David E. Nicklin, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Family Medicine and Community Health
Attending, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Penn Medicine
Attending, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Penn Medicine
Associate Residency Director, Family Medicine Residency Program, University of Pennsylvania
Department: Family Medicine and Community Health

Contact information
Penn Family Care at Penn Medicine University City
3737 Market Street, 9th floor
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 2156628777
Education:
B.S.
Haverford College, 1976.
M.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 1981.
Post-Graduate Training
Resident in Family Medicine, Jefferson University, Philadelphia, 1981-1984.
Chief Resident, Department of Family Medicine, Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, 1983-1984.
Certifications
American Board of Emergency Medicine, 2000.
American Board of Family Practice, 2014.
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Selected Publications

Cronholm PF, Nicklin DE: Is spinal manipulation an effective treatment for low back pain? No: evidence shows no clinically significant benefit over watchful waiting. American Family Physician 85(8), Apr 15 2012 Notes: Editorial.

Lowe RA, Localio AR, Schwarz DF, Williams S, Tuton LW, Maroney S, Nicklin D, Goldfarb N, Vojta DD, Feldman HI: Association between primary care practice characteristics and emergency department use in a medicaid managed care organization. Medical Care 43(8): 792-800, Aug 2005.

Lowe RA, Maroney S, Williams S, Schwarz D, Tuton L, Localio JR, Nicklin D, Feldman HI : Has managed care improved accessibility of urgent care for Medicaid patients? AcademyHealth 2004 Annual Research Meeting (San Diego, CA) Jun 6 2004 Notes: Poster presentation.

Lowe RA, Nicklin D, Maroney S, Localio AR, Schwarz D, Williams S, Tuton LW, Feldman HI: Primary Care Practices May Lack the Capacity To Adequately Treat Asthma. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Western Regional Research Forum Apr 3 2004 Notes: Poster presentation.

Lowe RA, Localio JR, Schwarz D, Williams S, Tuton L, Maroney S, Nicklin DE, Feldman HI: Characteristics of primary care practices affect patients’ emergency department use. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Annual Meeting (Boston, MA) May 31 2003 Notes: Oral presentation by author (Lowe).

Lowe RA, Localio JR, Schwarz D, Williams S, Tuton L, Maroney S, Nicklin DE, Feldman HI: Characteristics of primary care practices affect patients’ emergency department use. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Western Regional Research Forum Apr 5 2003.

Nicklin DE: Gastrointestinal (GI) Bleeding. Office Emergencies. Bowman MA, Baxt WG (eds.). Saunders, 2003 Notes: Book chapter.

Lowe RA, Localio JR, Schwarz D, Williams S, Tuton L, Maroney S, Nicklin DE, Feldman HI: Characteristics of primary care practices affect patients' emergency department use. Academic Emergency Medicine 10(5): 512, 2003.

Nicklin DE: Chest Pain. Office Emergencies. Bowman MA, Baxt WG (eds.). Saunders, 2002 Notes: Book chapter.

Nicklin DE: Medicine and religion. New England Journal of Medicine 343(18): 1340; author reply 1341-2, Nov 2 2000 Notes: Comment on "Should physicians prescribe religious activities?" [N Engl J Med. 2000]

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