C. Jessica Dine, M.D.

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Associate Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Fellow, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, University of Pennsylvania
Section Chief, Pulmonary Division, Section of Advanced Consultative Pulmonary, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Associate Dean of Faculty Development, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Co-Director, Measey Medical Education Fellowship, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Associate Dean of Assessment, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Chair, Teaching Impact and Promotion Committee, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsyvlania
Education advisor, ex officio member of COAP, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Member, MD-PhD Program Steering Committee
Department: Medicine

Contact information
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
3400 Spruce Street
8 Gates
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-662-3202
Fax: 215-349-8432
Education:
B.S. (Chemistry)
Haverford College, 1998.
M.D. (Medicine)
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, 2002.
M.A. (Health Services and Policy Research)
University of Pennsylvania, 2009.
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Description of Research Expertise

Medical Education
Development of Evaluations
Understanding and Measuring Resource Utilization
Physician Practice Patterns
Clinical Leadership

Description of Clinical Expertise

Diagnostic Pulmonary

Description of Other Expertise

Medical Education

Selected Publications

Dine CJ, Kogan JR, Conforti LN, Holmboe ES: From prospective to summative entrustments: a cautionary tale. Ottawa Conference, Lyon, France, oral presentation August 2022.

Heath JK, Clancy CB, Dine CJ: Gender Based Differences in Strength Based Leadership Traits. Northeast Group on Educational Affairs Virtual Annual Conference, Oral presentation May 2022.

Heath JK, Alvarado ME, Clancy CB, Barton TD, Kogan JR, and Dine CJ: The context of “confidence”: Analyzing the term confidence in resident evaluations. Journal of General Internal Medicine Accepted 2022.

Heath JK, Clancy CB, Dine CJ, Pluta WJS, Kogan JR: Analysis of Professionalism Themes Raised in Evaluations of Faculty. JAMA Network Open Accepted 2022.

Heath JK, Clancy CB, Pluta W, Weissman GE, Anderson U, Kogan JR, Dine CJ, Shea JA: Natural Language Processing of Learners’ Evaluations of Attendings to Identify Professionalism Lapses. Evaluation and the Health Professions Accepted 2022.

Kogan JR, Dine CJ, Conforti LN, Holmboe ES: Can Rater Training Improve the Quality and Accuracy of Workplace Based Assessment Narrative Comments and Entrustment Ratings? A Randomized Controlled Trial. Academic Medicine Accepted 2022.

Heath JE, Dine CJ, Lamarra D, Cardillo S: Demographic Differences in the Exam Room: The Impact of Trainee and Standardized Patient Race and Gender on Communication Assessment Scores. Journal of Graduate Medical Education 13(5): 643-649, October 2021.

Alvarado ME, Clancy CB, Barton TD, Dine CJ, Kogan JR, and Heath JK: The context of “confidence”: Analyzing the term confidence in resident evaluations. Associate of Internal Medicine Program Directors Online 2021 September 2021.

Etherington NB, Clancy C, Jones RB, Dine CJ, Diemer G: Peer discussion decreases practice intensity and increases certainty in clinical decision-making among internal medicine residents. Journal of Graduate Medical Education 13(3): 371-376, June 2021.

Kassutto SM, Santhosh L, Dine CJ, Kreider M, Lapin J, Shah RJ : Impact of a Novel Ambulatory Curriculum on Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship Training. ATS Scholar 2(3): 265–277, June 2021.

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Last updated: 07/19/2022
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