Amber Bird, MD

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Department: Medicine

Contact information
Edward S. Cooper Internal Medicine
3701 Market Street
Suite 640
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 2156622250
Fax: 2156153997
Education:
BS (Biological Anthropology)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 2006.
MD (Doctor of Medicine)
Drexel University, College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, 2011.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Preventative Health
Women's Health

Description of Research Expertise

Medical Education, Curriculum Development and Evaluation
Quality Improvement and Patient Safety
Resiliency Training in Medical Education
High Risk Transitions in Ambulatory Care

Selected Publications

Bird, A. Miller, R. Shea, J. : An Interdisciplinary Huddle to Improve Transitions in Care in a Discharge Clinic. Society for General Internal Medicine. April 2018 Notes: Denver, CO.

Bird, A. Tomescu, O. Pincavage, A. : A Novel Medical Student-Driven Multicenter Resilience Curriculum. Society for General Internal Medicine April 2018 Notes: Denver, CO.

Bird, A. Myers, J. : A Novel Approach to Disparities in Hypertension Control through Quality Improvement. Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine March 2018 Notes: San Antonio, TX

Bird, A. Tomescu, O. Pincavage, A. : A Novel Medical Student-Driven Multicenter Resilience Curriculum. Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine March 2018 Notes: San Antonio, TX.

Amber Bird, Michelle Martinchek, Amber Pincavage: A Curriculum to Enhance Resilience in Internal Medicine Interns. Journal of Graduate Medical Education October 2017 Notes: Accepted for publication.

Michelle Martinchek, Amber Bird, Amber Pincavage: A Resilience Curriculum for Team Leaders: Building Team Resilience & Debriefing after Difficult Clinical Events. MedEdPORTAL Publications 13(10601): 1-7, Jul 12 2017.

M. Martinchek, A. Bird, A. Pincavage: Resilience Skills for Team Leaders: A Pilot Curriculum for Senior Residents. Society of General Internal Medicine April 2017 Notes: Poster Presentation.

Amber-Nicole Bird and Amber T. Pincavage : Initial Characterization of Internal Medicine Resident Resilience and Association with Stress and Burnout. Journal of Biomedical Education 2016: 3508638, August 2016.

Amber Bird and Amber Pincavage: A Curriculum to Foster Resident Resilience. MedEdPORTAL Publications 12, August 2016.

Prochaska MT1, Bird AN, Chadaga A, Arora VM. : Resident Use of Text Messaging for Patient Care: Ease of Use or Breach of Privacy? Journal of Medical Informatics 3(4): e37, November 26 2015.

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Last updated: 10/28/2018
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