Eric Warm

Eric J. Warm

Richard W. & Sue P. Vilter Professor of Medicine; Director, Internal Medicine Training Program

Medical Sciences Building

6067

COM IM General Medicine Division - 0557

Office 6058 Medical Sciences Building
Medical Sciences Building Room 6058
Cincinnati, Ohio 45267-0557

Professional Summary

Dr. Warm, a board certified internist, holds the endowed Richard W. Vilter Chair of Medical Education at the University of Cincinnati. He completed both his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Cincinnati earning summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha honors.  He completed his residency and chief residency there as well, joining the faculty in 1997. He is currently the Internal Medicine residency program director, the vice-chair for graduate medical education, and the medical director of the resident ambulatory practice.

Dr. Warm served as the first chair of the ACGME Educational Innovations Project Council, and was the principle architect of the University of Cincinnati's comprehensive redesign of internal medicine resident education.  He and his team apply educational theory within the context of residency training guided by these questions: how do we know that the learner has learned? What are the outcomes of this learning on patients, learners, systems, and society?

Dr. Warm has received multiple teaching awards including the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada International Residency Educator of the Year Award, the ACGME Parker J. Palmer Courage to Teach Award, the APDIM Spotlight Innovator Award and Distinguished Medical Educator Award, the ACP Ohio Chapter Master Teacher Award, the University of Cincinnati’s A.B. Dolly Cohen Award, as well as teaching honors from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, and the Internal Medicine Residency. 

Dr. Warm is currently editor-in-chief of the International Clinician Educator’s Blog https://icenetblog.royalcollege.ca/ 

He can be found on Twitter: @CincyIM 

Education

Bachelor's Degree, University of Cincinnati 1989 (Biological Sciences, Summa Cum Laude)

Medical Degree, Alpha Omega Alpha, University of Cincinnati 1993

Categorical Internal Medicine Residency, University of Cincinnati 1996 (Internal Medicine )

Chief Medical Resident , University of Cincinnati 1997 (Internal Medicine )

Positions and Work Experience

2012 -To Present Richard W. & Sue P. Vilter Professor of Medicine , University of Cincinnati College of Medicine,

2011 -2012 Professor of Medicine, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati OH

2009 -To Present Program Director, Categorical Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH

2006 -To Present Director, Ambulatory Long Block, Internal Medicine Residency, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH

2004 -To Present Associate Professor, Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH

2002 -To Present Medical Director, General Medicine Resident Practice, University Hospital, Cincinnati, OH

1999 -2006 Assistant Director, Internal Medicine Clerkship, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH

1998 -2001 Medical Director, Seven Northwest, University Hospital, Cincinnati, OH

1997 -To Present Clinical Practice, General Internal Medicine Ambulatory Practice, University Hospital, Cincinnati, OH

1997 -2000 Attending Physician, Internal Medicine, Franciscan Hospital, Mt. Airy Campus, Cincinnati, OH

1997 -To Present Attending Physician, Internal Medicine, University Hospital, Cincinnati, OH

1997 -2009 Associate Program Director, Categorical Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH

1997 -2004 Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH

Research and Practice Interests

Ambulatory Care, Medical Education, Communication Skills, Quality Improvement, Patient Safety, Professionalism, Ethics of Healthcare.

Clinical Focus

Internal Medicine

Specialities

Internal Medicine

Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine

08/21/1996

Research Support

Grant: #RWJ 59418 Investigators:Brammer, Craig; Diers, Tiffiny; Rouan, Gregory; Warm, Eric 12-01-2006 -05-31-2009 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Achieving Competence Today (ACT) Transition Supplement Grant Role:Collaborator $100,000.00 Closed Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #SRS 001059 Investigators:Diller, Philip; Filak Jr., Andrew; Warm, Eric 06-01-2006 -11-30-2008 Association of American Medical Colleges Enhancing Education for Chronic Illness Care Role:Collaborator $250,000.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Kinnear, Benjamin; Kelleher, Matthew; Sall, Dana; Schumacher, Daniel J; Warm, Eric J (2020. ) When I say … the wisdom of crowds.Medical education, , 54 (6 ) ,502-503

Carney, Patricia A; Thayer, Erin K; Green, Larry A; Warm, Eric J; Holmboe, Eric S; Carraccio, Carol; Eiff, M Patrice (2020. ) Conditions Influencing Collaboration Among the Primary Care Disciplines as They Prepare the Future Primary Care Physician Workforce.Family medicine, , 52 (6 ) ,398-407

Kinnear, Benjamin; Warm, Eric J (2019. ) Leadership & Professional Development: Get to the "Both/And".Journal of hospital medicine, , 14 (12 ) ,761

Schumacher, Daniel J; Dornoff, Eric; Carraccio, Carol; Busari, Jamiu; van der Vleuten, Cees; Kinnear, Benjamin; Kelleher, Matthew; Sall, Dana R; Warm, Eric; Martini, Abigail; Holmboe, Eric (2019. ) The Power of Contribution and Attribution in Assessing Educational Outcomes for Individuals, Teams, and Programs.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, ,

Sharma A, Schauer DP, Kelleher M, Kinnear B, Sall D, Warm E (2019. ) USMLE Step 2 CK: Best Predictor of Multimodal Performance in an Internal Medicine Residency.J Grad Med Educ, , 11 (4 ) ,412-419

Warm, Eric J; Kinnear, Benjamin; Kelleher, Matthew; Sall, Dana; Holmboe, Eric (2019. ) Transforming Resident Assessment: An Analysis Using Deming's System of Profound Knowledge.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, , 94 (2 ) ,195-201

Warm, Eric J; Kinnear, Benjamin (2019. ) What Can the Giant Do? Defining the Path to Unsupervised Primary Care Practice by Competence, Not Time.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, , 94 (7 ) ,937-939

Warm, Eric J; Kinnear, Benjamin; Kelleher, Matthew; Sall, Dana; Holmboe, Eric (2019. ) In Reply to Donato and Paladugu.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, , 94 (8 ) ,1064-1065

Wong, Brian M; Baum, Karyn D; Headrick, Linda A; Holmboe, Eric S; Moss, Fiona; Ogrinc, Greg; Shojania, Kaveh G; Vaux, Emma; Warm, Eric J; Frank, Jason R (2019. ) Building the Bridge to Quality: An Urgent Call to Integrate Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Education with Clinical Care.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, ,

Schumacher, Daniel J; Wu, Danny T Y; Meganathan, Karthikeyan; Li, Lezhi; Kinnear, Benjamin; Sall, Dana R; Holmboe, Eric; Carraccio, Carol; van der Vleuten, Cees; Busari, Jamiu; Kelleher, Matthew; Schauer, Daniel; Warm, Eric (2019. ) A Feasibility Study to Attribute Patients to Primary Interns on Inpatient Ward Teams Using Electronic Health Record Data.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, , 94 (9 ) ,1376-1383

Warm, Eric J; Kinnear, Benjamin; Kelleher, Matthew; Sall, Dana; Schauer, Daniel P; Friedstrom, Scott (2019. ) Variation in Entrustment When Sharing a Single Assessment System Between University- and Community-Based Residency Programs: A Comparison.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, ,

Kelleher, Matthew; Kinnear, Benjamin; Sall, Dana; Schumacher, Daniel; Schauer, Daniel P; Warm, Eric J; Kelcey, Ben (2019. ) A Reliability Analysis of Entrustment-Derived Workplace-Based Assessments.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, ,

Kelleher, Matthew; Kinnear, Benjamin; Wong, Sue E Poynter; O'Toole, Jennifer; Warm, Eric (2019. ) Linking Workplace-Based Assessment to ACGME Milestones: A Comparison of Mapping Strategies in Two Specialties.Teaching and learning in medicine, , 1-10

Kinnear, Benjamin; Warm, Eric J; Hauer, Karen E (2018. ) Twelve tips to maximize the value of a clinical competency committee in postgraduate medical education.Medical teacher, , 1-6

Warm, Eric; Kelleher, Matthew; Kinnear, Benjamin; Sall, Dana (2018. ) Feedback on Feedback as a Faculty Development Tool.Journal of graduate medical education, , 10 (3 ) ,354-355

Warm, Eric; Arora, Vineet M; Chaudhry, Saima; Halvorsen, Andrew; Schauer, Daniel; Thomas, Kris; McDonald, Furman S (2018. ) Networking Matters: A Social Network Analysis of the Association of Program Directors of Internal Medicine.Teaching and learning in medicine, , 1-8

Sall D, Wigger GW, Kinnear B, Kelleher M, Warm E, O’Toole JK. (2018. ) Paracentesis simulation: a comprehensive approach to procedural education. .MedEdPORTAL. 2018;14:10747. https://doi.org/10.15766/mep_2374-8265.10747 , ,

Sall, Dana; Wigger, Gregory W; Kinnear, Benjamin; Kelleher, Matthew; Warm, Eric; O'Toole, Jennifer K (2018. ) Paracentesis Simulation: A Comprehensive Approach to Procedural Education.MedEdPORTAL : the journal of teaching and learning resources, , 14 ,10747

Kinnear, Benjamin; Bensman, Rachel; Held, Justin; O'Toole, Jennifer; Schauer, Daniel; Warm, Eric (2017. ) Critical Deficiency Ratings in Milestone Assessment: A Review and Case Study.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, , 92 (6 ) ,820-826

Warm EJ (2016. ) Continuity-Working Backward From the Patient .J Grad Med Educ, , 8 (1 ) ,101-103

Francis MD, Julian KA, Wininger DA, Drake S, Bollman K, Nabors C, Pereira A, Rosenblum M, Zelenski AB, Sweet D, Thomas K, Varney A, Warm E, Francis ML (2016. ) . Continuity Clinic Model and Diabetic Outcomes in Internal Medicine Residencies: Findings of the Educational Innovations Project Ambulatory Collaborative. .J Grad Med Educ. 2016 , , 8 (1 ) ,27-32

Hauer KE, Clauser J, Lipner RS, Holmboe ES, Caverzagie K, Hamstra SJ, Hood S, Iobst W, Warm E, McDonald FS. (2016. ) The Internal Medicine Reporting Milestones: Cross-sectional Description of Initial Implementation in U.S. Residency Programs .Ann Intern Med, , Epub ahead of print ,

Warm, Eric J; Held, Justin D; Hellmann, Michael; Kelleher, Matthew; Kinnear, Benjamin; Lee, Caroline; O (2016. ) Entrusting Observable Practice Activities and Milestones Over the 36 Months of an Internal Medicine Residency.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, ,

Warm, Eric J; Englander, Robert; Pereira, Anne; Barach, Paul (2016. ) Improving Learner Handovers in Medical Education.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, ,

Kinnear, Benjamin; Bensman, Rachel; Held, Justin; O'Toole, Jennifer; Schauer, Daniel; Warm, Eric (2016. ) Critical Deficiency Ratings in Milestone Assessment: A Review and Case Study.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, ,

Warm, E. (2016. ) Continuity errors in resident clinic .AHRQ WebM&M [serial online]. https://psnet.ahrq.gov/webmm/case/391, ,

Shapiro J, Zhang B, Warm EJ (2015. ) Residency as a Social Network: Burnout, Loneliness, and Social Network Centrality .J Grad Med Educ, , 7 (4 ) ,617-623

Sall, Dana; Kelleher, Matthew; Hellmann, Michael; Weesner, Marshall; Warm, Eric J (2015. ) The Senior Prep Conference: Simultaneous Learning and Teaching.Journal of graduate medical education, , 7 (2 ) ,287-8

Francis MD, Wieland ML, Drake S, Gwisdalla KL, Julian KA, Nabors C, Pereira A, Rosenblum M, Smith A, Sweet D, Thomas K, Varney A, Warm E, Wininger D, Francis ML (2015. ) Clinic Design and Continuity in Internal Medicine Resident Clinics: Findings of the Educational Innovations Project Ambulatory Collaborative .J Grad Med Educ, , 7 (1 ) ,36-41

Zafar, Muhammad A; Diers, Tiffiny; Schauer, Daniel P; Warm, Eric J (2014. ) Connecting Resident Education to Patient Outcomes: The Evolution of a Quality Improvement Curriculum in an Internal Medicine Residency.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, ,

Peterson, Lars E; Carek, Peter; Holmboe, Eric S; Puffer, James C; Warm, Eric J; Phillips, Robert L (2014. ) Medical specialty boards can help measure graduate medical education outcomes.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, , 89 (6 ) ,840-2

Warm, Eric J; Jacobs, Natalie; Neville, Jennifer; Schauer, Daniel (2014. ) Defense of the measures: a tool for engaging integrated care teams in outcomes measurement.Journal of graduate medical education, , 6 (2 ) ,370-2

Chambers, Elise M; Jindal, Shivani K; Hebbeler-Clark, Renee; Warm, Eric J (2014. ) Morbidity, mortality, and improvement-moving ideas into action.Journal of graduate medical education, , 6 (2 ) ,362-3

Warm, Eric J; Mathis, Bradley R; Held, Justin D; Pai, Savita; Tolentino, Jonathan; Ashbrook, Lauren; Lee, Cheryl K; Lee, David; Wood, Sharice; Fichtenbaum, Carl J; Schauer, Daniel; Munyon, Ryan; Mueller, Caroline (2014. ) Entrustment and Mapping of Observable Practice Activities for Resident Assessment.Journal of general internal medicine, ,

Warm, Eric J; Logio, Lia S; Pereira, Anne; Buranosky, Raquel; McNeill, Diana (2013. ) The Educational Innovations Project: a community of practice.The American journal of medicine, , 126 (12 ) ,1145-9.e1-2

Batalden, Maren K; Warm, Eric J; Logio, Lia S (2013. ) Beyond a Curricular Design of Convenience: Replacing the Noon Conference With an Academic Half Day in Three Internal Medicine Residency Programs.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, ,

Leasure, Emily L; Jones, Ronald R; Meade, Lauren B; Sanger, Marla I; Thomas, Kris G; Tilden, Virginia P; Bowen, Judith L; Warm, Eric J (2013. ) There Is No "I" in Teamwork in the Patient-Centered Medical Home: Defining Teamwork Competencies for Academic Practice.Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, ,

Thomas, Kris G; Halvorsen, Andrew J; West, Colin P; Warm, Eric J; Vasilias, Jerry; Reynolds, Eileen E; Frohna, John G; McDonald, Furman S (2013. ) Educational innovations project-program participation and education publications.The American journal of medicine, , 126 (10 ) ,931-6

Warm EJ, Logio LS, Pereira A, Buranosky R, McNeill D. (2013. ) The educational innovations project: a community of practice .Am J Med., , 126 (12 ) ,1145-1149.e2

Warm EJ, Goetz C (2013. ) Too smart for primary care? .Ann Intern Med, , 10 (159 ) ,709-10

Meyers J, Tess A, Glasheen J, O'Malley C, Baum KD, Fisher ES, O'Leary KJ, Spencer A, Warm E, Wiese J (2013. ) The Quality and Safety Educators Academy: Fulfilling an Unmet Need for Faculty Development .Am J Med Qual, , [Epub ahead of print] ,

Mathis, Bradley R; Warm, Eric J; Schauer, Daniel P; Holmboe, Eric; Rouan, Gregory W (2011. ) A multiple choice testing program coupled with a year-long elective experience is associated with improved performance on the internal medicine in-training examination.Journal of general internal medicine, , 26 (11 ) ,1253-7

Warm, Eric J; Leasure, Emily (2011. ) Primary care and primary care training: mirror images.Journal of general internal medicine, , 26 (1 ) ,5-7

Eckman, Mark H; Wise, Ruth; Leonard, Anthony C; Dixon, Estrelita; Burrows, Christine; Khan, Faisal; Warm, Eric (2011. ) Impact of health literacy on outcomes and effectiveness of an educational intervention in patients with chronic diseases.Patient education and counseling, ,

Warm, Eric J (2010. ) Masks.Annals of internal medicine, , 153 (10 ) ,684-5

Warm, Eric J (2010. ) Resident non-adherence: a case study.Journal of general internal medicine, , 25 Suppl 4 ,S634-5

Warm, Eric J (2010. ) Interval examination: the ambulatory long block.Journal of general internal medicine, , 25 (7 ) ,750-2

Warm, Eric J; Schauer, Daniel; Revis, Brian; Boex, James R (2010. ) Multisource feedback in the ambulatory setting.Journal of graduate medical education, , 2 (2 ) ,269-77

Warm EJ (2009. ) EIP: An update .Academic Internal Medicine Insight, , 7 (1 ) ,7 -13

Warm, Eric J (2008. ) The ambulatory long block: a systems-based practice innovation.The virtual mentor : VM, , 10 (5 ) ,295-9

Warm, Eric J; Schauer, Daniel P; Diers, Tiffiny; Mathis, Bradley R; Neirouz, Yvette; Boex, James R; Rouan, Gregory W (2008. ) The ambulatory long-block: an accreditation council for graduate medical education (ACGME) educational innovations project (EIP).Journal of general internal medicine, , 23 (7 ) ,921-6

Warm EJ (2008. ) The Long Block: a Systems-Based Practice Innovation .Virtual Mentor, , 10 (5 ) ,295 -299

Warm EJ (2008. ) A Cinderella Story .SGIM Forum, , 31 (10 ) ,1 -11

Weissman, David E; Ambuel, Bruce; von Gunten, Charles F; Block, Susan; Warm, Eric; Hallenbeck, James; Milch, Robert; Brasel, Karen; Mullan, Patricia B (2007. ) Outcomes from a national multispecialty palliative care curriculum development project.Journal of palliative medicine, , 10 (2 ) ,408-19

Warm, Eric J (2007. ) Diabetes and the chronic care model: a review. Current diabetes reviews, , 3 (4 ) ,219-25

Weissman, D. E., Mullan, P., Ambuel, B., von Gunten, C. F., Block, S.,Milch, R. Brasel, K., Warm, E. (2005. ) National Residency End-of-Life Education Project: Project Abstracts and Progress Reports. J Palliat Med, , 8 (3 ) ,646-664

Warm, EJ, Rouan, GW (2004. ) Unintended Consequences of Limiting Residents’ Work Hours .Advanced Studies in Medicine., , 4 (4 ) ,211 -212

Mediwala, RN, Warm EJ (2003. ) Something Lucid This Way Comes: Diagnosis by Pinprick .Advanced Studies in Medicine, , 3 ,576 -578

Warm, Eric J; Romer, Anna L (2003. ) Introducing end-of-life care into the University of Cincinnati Internal Medicine Residency Program.Journal of palliative medicine, , 6 (5 ) ,809-20

Warm, Eric J (2003. ) Night and day. Annals of internal medicine, , 138 (8 ) ,683-4

Weissman, D. E., Mullan, P., Ambuel, B., von Gunten, C. F., Block, S., Warm, E. (2003. ) National Residency End-of-Life Education Project: Project Abstracts/Progress Reports .J Palliat Med, , 6 (6 ) ,941-964

Weissman, D. E., Mullan, P., Ambuel, B., von Gunten, C. F., Hallenbeck, J., Warm, E (2001. ) Improving End-of-Life Care: Internal Medicine Curriculum Project .J Palliat Med, , 4 (1 ) ,75-102

Weissman, D E; Mullan, P; Ambuel, B; von Gunten, C F; Hallenbeck, J; Warm, E (2001. ) End-of-Life Graduate Education Curriculum Project. Project abstracts/progress reports--year 2.Journal of palliative medicine, , 4 (4 ) ,525-47

Warm, E (2000. ) Fast facts and concepts: an educational tool.Journal of palliative medicine, , 3 (3 ) ,331-3

Book Chapter

Warm, EJ, Kelleher, M, Sall, D, Kinnear, B. Chapter (2017 ) 5.3 Developing Evaluation Systems. Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine. Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine.

Warm EJ., West, DC. (2016 ) Chapter 28: Continuity, Longitudinal Training and Graduate Medical Education: Designing the Middle with the Beginning and the End in Mind. Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships: Principles, Outcomes, Practical Tools, and Future Directions. North Syracuse NY, Gegensatz Press

Warm, EJ (2014 ) Masks On Being a Doctor, Volume 4 .(pp. 223 -227).Philadelphia PA, American College of Physicians (Author)

Warm EJ, Rouan, GW (2013 ) Recognizing and Reimbursing Faculty Teaching of Medical Students, Residents, and Fellows. A Textbook for Internal Medicine Education Programs, 11th edition .(pp. 88 -91).Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine

Rouan, GW, Warm EJ (2010 ) Recognizing and Reimbursing Faculty Teaching of Medical Students, Residents, and Fellows A Textbook for Internal Medicine Education Programs, 10th Edition .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine.

Presentations

Invited Presentations

(2018. ) Building a Program of Assessment in the Era of Competencies, Milestones and EPAs .Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, Orlando FL. Level:National

(2018. ) Stop Struggling! Using Change Management Strategies to Lead Innovation in Medical Education .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, San Antonio TX. Level:National

(2017. ) Leading Change and Managing Your Reaction to It .Quality Safety Educator’s Academy, Tempe AZ. Level:National

(2017. ) Can We Trust Entrustment? .Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, Orlando FL. Level:National

(2017. ) Using the System of Profound Knowledge to Transform Residency .Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, Orlando FL. Level:National

(2017. ) Hiding in Plain Sight: How We Know What We Know .ssociation of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Chief Resident Meeting, Baltimore MD. Level:National

(2017. ) A Tale of Two AHDs: Developing, Implementing and Sustaining an Academic Half Day .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Baltimore MD.

(2017. ) Resident Assessment Busy Work or High Value .Resident Assessment Busy Work or High Value, Albuquerque NM. Level:National

(2017. ) Crossing the Educational Chasm: Promoting Standardized Handovers from UME to GME .National Resident Matching Program, New Orleans LA. Level:National

(2017. ) Bedside Rounds .New York Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn NY. Level:Regional

(2017. ) What Can We Learn From the Literature And Our Own Positive Personal Experiences Of Power? .Health Professions Educator Summer Symposium 24, Fairlee VT. Level:National

(2017. ) Bedside Rounds in the Era of Duty Hours .Stanford 25 Bedside Medicine Symposium, alo Alto CA.. Level:National

(2017. ) Challenges in Facilitating Learning with Learning Analytics .International Conference on Residency Education, Quebec Canada. Level:International

(2017. ) Can We Build Validity Arguments for Entrustment in Milestone Assessment? Kane is Able .International Conference on Residency Education, Quebec Canada.

(2017. ) Absolutely Innovative: Programs That Have Radically Redesigned Training .International Conference on Residency Education, Quebec Canada. Level:International

(2017. ) Transform Your Clinical Competency Committee With Learner Coaching .International Conference on Residency Education, Quebec Canada. Level:International

(2017. ) The Match: One Program Director’s Perspective .The Match: One Program Director’s Perspective, Cincinnati OH. Level:International

(2017. ) Making the Most of Your Resident Evaluation System Using Deming's System Of Profound Knowledge To Optimize Performance. Learner Assessment and Feedback in GME: Honing Your Skills. ACGME Hub Meeting, Cleveland OH. Level:Regional

(2016. ) The Residency Improvement Cycle: Don’t Wait for the ACGME Survey .Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education., National Harbor MD. Level:National

(2016. ) Connecting Education to Care: Measurement, Assessment and Outcomes In Graduate Medical Education .University of Missouri, Columbia MO. Level:Regional

(2016. ) Leading Change and Changing Leading .Professionals Accelerating Clinical and Educational Re-design, Denver CO.

(2016. ) Hiding in Plain Sight: How We Know What We Know ., Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Chief Resident Meeting, Las Vegas NV. Level:National

(2016. ) Regulatory Updates: Part 1 -- Getting Value from Assessment .Association of Specialty Professors, Las Vegas NV. Level:National

(2016. ) Obtaining Individualized Clinical Outcomes Data: How Good Are You? .Macy Midwest Regional GME Conference: Accountable Graduate Medical Education: Linking GME to High-Value Health Care, Ann Arbor MI. Level:Regional

(2016. ) How can we better partner with individual patients and families to use KFI and co-production to improve health and healthcare services at the individual level, given the current healthcare context .Health Professions Educators’ Summer Symposium 23, Lake Morey VT. Level:National

(2016. ) Building an Interprofessional Team .Professionals Accelerating Clinical and Educational Re-design, Rochester MN. Level:National

(2016. ) Connecting Education to Care Outcomes in Graduate Medical Education. Building the Bridge to Quality Precourse, International Conference for Residency Education, Niagara Falls Canada. Level:International

(2016. ) Competency-based learner dashboards to promote lifelong learning. Competency-based learner dashboards to promote lifelong learning., Niagara Falls Canada. Level:International

(2016. ) KeyLIME Live. International Conference for Residency Education, Niagara Falls Canada. Level:International

(2016. ) Lightning Round on Analytics .International Conference for Residency Education, Niagara Falls Canada. Level:International

(2015. ) Back to the Bedside: Teaching Rounds in the Era of Duty Hours, Interprofessional Teams, and Measurement .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Washington DC. Level:National

(2015. ) Entrustment, Direct Observation and Milestones: The University of Cincinnati 3-Year Experience .Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, San Diego CA. Level:National

(2015. ) Patient-Centered Bedside Rounds .University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA. Level:National

(2015. ) The Clinical Competency Committee and Milestones High Value or Busy Work .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Houston TX. Level:National

(2015. ) How many letters are there in Wonder? Culture change, education, and improvement .Quality Safety Educator’s Academy, Tempe AZ. Level:National

(2015. ) Connecting Education to Care: Measurement, Assessment and Outcomes In Graduate Medical Education .Louisiana School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA. Level:National

(2015. ) Improving Patient Care through Inter-professional Teamwork .American Association of Medical College Integrating Quality Meeting, Chicago IL . Level:National

(2015. ) How can health professionals prepare for co-production in healthcare services? .Health Professions Educators’ Summer Symposium 2015, Fairlee VT. Level:National

(2015. ) The Potential Of Big Data And Learning Analytics In The Clinical Workplace Can It Serve Feedback, Evaluation And Entrustment Decisions? .An International Association for Medical Education, Glasgow Scotland. Level:International

(2015. ) Residency Rediscovered: Assessment The University of Cincinnati Experience. .International Conference on Residency Education, Vancouver Canada. Level:International

(2015. ) Weaving Scholarship into Our Work to Make it Count Twice: How to conduct research for the non-researchers. .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine Pre-course, Atlanta GA. Level:National

(2015. ) Getting Value from Milestones, EPA’s, Clinical Competency Committees, and Reporting .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine Pre-course, Atlanta GA. Level:National

(2015. ) Operationalizing Assessment. .Harvard University Department of Medical Education Grand Rounds, Boston MA. Level:National

(2015. ) The Implications of Competency-Based Progression of Learners for Academic Health Systems .Association of American Medical Colleges, Baltimore MD. Level:National

(2014. ) Observable Practice Activities: Getting Value from Next Accreditation System Reporting .Michigan Association of Medical Educators, Howell M. Level:Regional

(2014. ) Product Over Process: Creating High-Value Educational Sessions for Residents and Students .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Chief Resident Meeting, Nashville TN. Level:National

(2014. ) Weaving Scholarship into Our Work: Making it Count Twice .Association of Program Directors in , Nashville TN. Level:National

(2014. ) Designing an Evaluation System to Align with Milestone Reporting: Entrustment and Mapping of Observable Practice Activities for Resident Assessment .Medicine-Pediatrics Program Directors Association, Nashville TN. Level:National

(2014. ) Sustainability .Primary Care Faculty Development Initiative, Minneapolis MN. Level:National

(2014. ) While We’re Not Watching: The Value of Non-Physician Observations .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Washington DC. Level:National

(2014. ) Back to the Bedside: Teaching Rounds in the Era of Duty Hours, Interprofessional Teams, and Measurement .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Washington DC. Level:National

(2014. ) Turn Your Current Assessment Tools into NAS Reporting Gold .Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Annual Meeting, National Harbor MD. Level:National

(2014. ) Exploration Topic 2: Sustainability. .Primary Care Faculty Development Initiative, Minneapolis MN. Level:National

(2014. ) While We’re Not Watching: The Value of Non-Physician Observations. .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine,, Washington DC. Level:National

(2013. ) A New System for Evaluating Trainees: Competencies and Milestones Mapped to Entrustable Professional Activities .Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Annual Meeting , Orlando FL. Level:National

(2013. ) Mapping Milestones and Competencies to Entrustable Professional Activities .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Orlando FL. Level:National

(2013. ) How Do They Do That? Implementing Milestones in Fellowship Training .Association of Specialty Professors, Orlando FL. Level:National

(2013. ) How Do They Do That? Operationalizing NAS, EPAs, NAS Milestones, and Curricular Milestones .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Orlando FL. Level:National

(2013. ) A New System for Evaluating Trainees: Competencies and Milestones Mapped to Entrustable Professional Activities .The Association for Hospital Medical Education , Las Vegas NV. Level:National

(2013. ) Faculty Development Around the Milestones .The Association for Hospital Medical Education , Las Vegas NV. Level:National

(2013. ) Keynote Speaker Student Clinician Ceremony Class of 2015 .University of Cincinnati College of Medicine.

(2012. ) Experience on The Ground: Listening to the Program Directors and Survey Results .National Primary Care Faculty Development Initiative: Enabling Residencies to Graduate a Superior Personal Physician. HRSA Triboard Meeting., Washington DC. Conference. . Level:National

(2012. ) Curriculum Minus Culture = Failure (part 2) .Quality Safety Educator Adacemy, Tempe, Arizona. Professional Meeting. . Level:National

(2012. ) Building an Evaluation System Using Milestones and Entrustable Professional Activities .Med Hub National Meeting , Raleigh-Durham NC. Conference. . Level:National

(2012. ) Educating The Next Generation Of Physicians In Quality And Safety: Barriers, Strategies, And Resources .Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando FL. Conference. . Level:National

(2012. ) Building an Evaluation System Using Milestones and Entrustable Professional Activities -- Workshop Facilitator .Childrens National Medicine Center, Washington DC. Level:National

(2012. ) Building an Evaluation System Using Milestones and Entrustable Professional Activities .2012 Regional Faculty and Health Care Educators Conference, Cincinnati OH. Level:Regional

(2012. ) Round and Round: How Two Programs Improved Their Hospital Rounds to Meet the Needs of Their Patients and Improve Resident Education .Association of Program Directors of Internal Medicine, Pheonix AZ. Level:National

(2012. ) Test Driving EPAs and Milestones: Successes and Challenges from Early Experience .Association of Program Directors of Internal Medicine, Pheonix AZ. Level:National

(2012. ) Introduction to Competency Based Education Training and Milestones (LEAD Session) .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter Meeting, Columbus OH. Level:Regional

(2012. ) State of Residency .Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Cincinnati. Level:Local

(2011. ) Teaching & Evaluating Clinical Skills in the 21st Century: How to Get Off the Likert Scale .2011 Regional Health Care Educators Conference , Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Cincinnati OH. Workshop. . Level:Regional

(2011. ) State of The Residency Address .Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Cincinnati. Conference. . Level:Local

(2011. ) 21st Century Professionalism: Are We Honoring the Social Contract? .Hematology/Oncology Grand Rounds, University of Cincinnati. Conference. . Level:Local

(2011. ) Conflict Resolution .Chief Resident Immersion Training in Geriatrics, Cincinnati OH. Workshop. . Level:Local

(2011. ) Lessons from Geese: Teamwork in a Patient Centered Medical Home .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Anaheim California. Workshop. . Level:National

(2010. ) The Academic Half Day ― Revitalizing Resident Conferences. Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Baltimore, MD. Workshop. . Level:National

(2010. ) New Paradigms for Continuity Clinic in Residency Training: Lessons from Education Innovation Project Residency Programs .Society for General Internal Medicine, Minneapolis, MN. Conference. . Level:National

(2010. ) GME Innovations in Primary Care .Veterans Health Administration Patient Centered Medical Home Summit, Las Vegas NV. Conference. . Level:National

(2010. ) Educational Model Exploration for Graduate Medical Education .Veterans Health Administration Office of Academic Affiliations PCMH, Washington, DC. Conference. . Level:National

(2010. ) The Patient-Centered Medical Home: Leadership Decisions .Association of Chiefs in Internal Medicine, Scottsdale, AZ. Conference. . Level:National

(2010. ) State of The Residency Address .Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds , University of Cincinnati. Conference. . Level:Local

(2010. ) Decision Making Capacity .Chief Resident Immersion Training in Geriatrics, Lexington KY. Conference. . Level:Local

(2010. ) End-of-Life Care: Does It Have To Be So Difficult? .Advanced Practice Nurses Symposium, University of Cincinnati College of Nursing . Conference. . Level:Regional

(2009. ) The Changing Gender Balance in Medicine .Central Association of Advisors for the Health Professions, Cincinnati OH. Conference. . Level:Regional

(2009. ) State of The Residency Address .Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds , University of Cincinnati. Conference. . Level:Local

(2009. ) The Changing Gender Balance in Medicine .American College of Physicians Internal Medicine, Philadelphia, PA. Workshop. . Level:National

(2009. ) The Patient-Centered Medical Home: Graduate Medical Education .Society of General Internal Medicine, Miami, FL. Workshop. . Level:National

(2008. ) The Academic Medical Center: A Broken Medical Home .Visiting Professor's Grand Rounds, University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE. Conference. . Level:National

(2008. ) Spreading and Sustaining the Chronic Care Model in Academic Medical Centers .California Chronic Care Collaborative, Oakland, CA. Conference. . Level:National

(2008. ) Incorporating a Disease Registry into an Ambulatory Practice .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, New Orleans, LA. Conference. . Level:National

(2008. ) Our Academic Medical Center: A Broken Medical Home .Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds , University of Cincinnati. Conference. . Level:Local

(2007. ) Advanced Medical Home .Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds , University of Cincinnati. Conference. . Level:Local

(2007. ) Elevating Ambulatory Care: The Ambulatory Long Block .Association of Chiefs in Internal Medicine, Scottsdale, AZ. Conference. . Level:National

(2007. ) Elevating Ambulatory Care: The Ambulatory Long Bloc .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Minneapolis, MN. Conference. . Level:National

(2007. ) Ambulatory Practice Redesign: The Long Block .Society of General Internal Medicine, Toronto, Canada. Workshop. . Level:National

(2007. ) Fostering Communication: How and Why to Have Surgeons, Psychiatrists, and Gynecologists at Your Noon Conference .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine Chief Resident Meeting, San Diego, CA. Workshop. . Level:National

(2007. ) Care of the Complex Medically Ill Patient: Ambulatory Quality Assessment and Improvement .Association of Professors in Medicine, Scottsdale, AZ. Conference. . Level:National

(2007. ) The Long Block: How Did We Do That? Ambulatory Quality Assessment and Improvement .Midwest Educational Innovations Project Retreat, Rochester, MN. Conference. . Level:National

(2006. ) Residents Providing Self management Support .Academic Chronic Care Collaborative, Learning Session III, Chicago, IL. Conference. . Level:National

(2006. ) The Chronic Care Model .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Philadelphia, PA. Workshop. . Level:National

(2006. ) The Chronic Care Model .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter Meeting, Columbus, OH. Conference. . Level:Regional

(2006. ) Educational Innovations Project .Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds, University of Cincinnati. Conference. . Level:Local

(2006. ) Advanced Directives .Hazak, Northern Hills Synagogue Mason OH. Level:Local

(2006. ) Ethics of Health Care .Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds , University of Cincinnati. Conference. . Level:Local

(2005. ) Update in General Internal Medicine .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter Meeting, Cleveland, OH. Conference. . Level:Regional

(2005. ) Keynote Speaker: White Coat Ceremony .University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH. Level:Local

(2005. ) Fostering Communication: A Collaborative Training Program for Resident and Attending Physicians Across Specialties .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine Chief Resident Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Workshop. . Level:National

(2004. ) Keynote Speaker: Dual Admissions Program .University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH. Level:Local

(2003. ) Keynote Speaker: White Coat Ceremony .University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH. Level:Local

(2003. ) (2003-2010) Host, Quiz Bowl .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter Meeting, Columbus OH. Conference. . Level:Regional

(2003. ) (2003-present) What is Diabetes? .The Deaf Fair of Greater Cincinnati, University of Cincinnati. Conference. . Level:Regional

(2003. ) Kant or Won't: Ethos in Surgical Decision Making .Department of Surgery Grand Rounds, University of Cincinnati. Conference. . Level:Local

(2002. ) Barriers to Pain Management .Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds , University of Cincinnati. Conference. . Level:Local

(2002. ) Clinical Vignettes: Fostering Scholarly Pursuits Among Residents and Medical Students .Midwest Society of General Internal Medicine, Chicago Il. Workshop. . Level:Regional

(2002. ) Keynote Speaker: Clinician Ceremony .University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH. Level:Local

(2001. ) End-of-Life Care: Current Perspectives .Good Samaritan Hospital Internal Medicine Residency Program (2001), Critical Care Nurse Association, Keynote Speaker (2002),Gifted High School Student Program, University of Cincinnati College of (2002), Jewish Hospital Internal Medicine Residency Program (2002), Mini Medical College, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (2002), Cincinnati Society of Internal Medicine, Keynote Speaker (2002), Social Work Society of Cincinnati (2002),Neurology Grand Rounds, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (2002), Cincinnati Mental Health Association, Keynote Speaker (2003), Psychology Group, Cincinnati Veteran's Administration Medical Center (2004), Pulmonary Grand Rounds, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (2004) , Cincinnati OH. Conference. . Level:Local

(2001. ) (2001-present) Moderator: Meet the Professor . American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter Meeting, Columbus OH. Conference. . Level:Regional

(2000. ) End-of-Life Care: How did we get here? .Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds , University of Cincinnati. Conference. . Level:Local

(2000. ) Fast Facts and Concepts in End-of-Life Care .VA Faculty Leaders Project for Improved Care at the End of Life, Atlanta, GA. Conference. . Level:National

(1997. ) Moderator: Meet the Professor .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter Meeting, Columbus OH. Conference. . Level:Regional

Poster Presentations

Schumacher DJ, Wu DTY, Meganathan K, Li L, Kinnear B, Sall D, Kelleher M, Warm E (2018. ) Developing a Model for Attributing Care to Individual Residents on Inpatient Ward Teams .Second World Summit on Competency-based Medical Education, Association, Basel, Switzerland. . Level:International

A Varney, D Sweet, L Meade, M Rosenblum, C O’Malley, K Bollmann, A Zaas, R Buranosky, E Warm (2016. ) The Educational Innovation Project (2006-2016) Residency Education from Process to Outcomes. .Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, National Harbor MD. . Level:National

Elise Henning, MD, Eric J. Warm, MD, Lauryn Benninger, DO, Kantha Medepalli, MD. Danielle Clark, MD (2016. ) Defense of the Measures: Engaging Integrated Care Teams in Performance Measurement in Ambulatory Practice. .Macy Midwest Regional GME Conference: Accountable Graduate Medical Education: Linking GME to High-Value Health Care. , Ann Arbor MI . . Level:Regional

Zafar, Muhammad A, Panos, Ralph J, Warm, Eric J, Alessandrini Evaline (2016. ) Reliable Adherence to Best Practices that Mitigates System-Level Errors Reduces COPD Readmissions: A System Redesign Using Improvement Science .Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Scientific Symposium, Orlando FL. . Level:National

Warm, EJ, Bradley R. Mathis MD, Jonathan Tolentino MD, Justin Held MD, Kevin D. Dell MD PhD, Ben Kinnear MD, Jennifer O’Toole MD, Scott Carlson MD, Steven Gay MD, Michael Hellmann MD, Matthew Kelleher MD, Caroline Lee MD, Dana Sall, MD (2014. ) Entrustment of Milestones Mapped to Observable Practice Activities .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Washington DC. . Level:National

Warm EJ, Mathis BR, Fichtenbaum C, Mueller C, Pai S, Tolentino J, Diers T, Ashbrook L, Held J, Lee C, Lee L, Wood S (2013. ) A Novel Assessment System Created by Mapping Milestones to Entrustable Professional Activities .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Orlando FL. . Level:National

Warm EJ, Mathis BR, Fichtenbaum C, Pai S, Tolentino J, Diers T, Ashbrook L, Held J, Lee C, Lee L, Wood S (2012. ) University of Cincinnati Educational Innovations Project: Year 6 - -Evaluating Residents By Mapping Milestones and Core Competencies to Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) .APDIM, Atlanta GA. . Conference. . Level:National

Warm EJ, Leasure E, Mathis BR, Diers T, Harper M, Kingrey J, Luckett, K, Pai, S,Tolentino J. (2011. ) University of Cincinnati Education Innovations Project: Year 5 .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Las Vegas NV. . Conference. . Level:National

Warm EJ, Revis B, McCune S, Ernst J, Neirouz Y, Diers T, Mathis B, Rouan G. (2010. ) The Ambulatory Long Block, A University of Cincinnati Educational Innovations Project .American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation Forum, Vancouver, Canada. . Conference. . Level:National

Warm EJ, Mathis, BR, Cantrell V, Keene M, Leasure E, Revis B, Schmid R (2010. ) University of Cincinnati Education Innovations Project: Year 4 .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Baltimore MD. . Conference. . Level:National

DiChiara AJ, Schauer DP, Warm EJ (2009. ) Surveillance Colonoscopy: Poor Compliance and Underutilization in an Urban Academic Institution (Winner: Midwest SGIM Abstract of the Year) .Society of General Internal Medicine, Society of General Internal Medicine. . Conference. . Level:National

Warm EJ, Diers T, Mathis B, Schauer D, Rouan G (2009. ) University of Cincinnati Education Innovations Project: Year 3 .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Dallas, TX. . Conference. . Level:National

Smucker D, Warm EJ (2009. ) An Interdisciplinary Collaboration to Teach End-of-Life Communication Skills to PGY-1 Residents: Five Year Results (Winner: Blue Ribbon "Citation Poster" Award by AAHPM) .American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine , Austin, TX. . Conference. . Level:National

Wise-Draper T, Warm EJ (2009. ) Mollaret’s Meningitis: A cause of Benign, Recurrent, Aseptic Meningitis .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter , Columbus OH. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Desai S, Iqbal F, Warm EJ, Schauer D (2008. ) Effects of The Long Block Residency Redesign on Overall Resident Health and Well-Being .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter, Columbus, OH. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Mathieu L, Warm EJ, Schauer D (2008. ) The Racial Vaccination Gap: Reasons for Refusal of Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccines .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter, Columbus, OH. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Jones E, Revis B, Warm EJ, Schauer D (2008. ) Time of Death in The Hospital: Has It Changed Since Duty Hour Restrictions? .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter, Columbus, OH. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Foote D, Revis B, Warm EJ, Schauer D (2008. ) Does Race Predict Which Health Care Providers Will Get A Flu Shot? .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter, Columbus, OH. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Warm EJ, Diers T, Mathis B, Schauer D, Rouan G (2008. ) The Ambulatory Long Block: First Year Experience .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, New Orleans, LA. . Conference. . Level:National

Beg S, Warm EJ, Schauer D. (2007. ) Does Education Level Predict Glycemic Control .American College of Physicians, Washington DC. . Conference. . Level:National

Warm EJ, Diers T, Mathis B, Coberly L, Rouan G (2007. ) University of Cincinnati Educational Innovations Project .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, San Diego, CA. . Conference. . Level:National

Ahmed K, Warm EJ, Schauer D. (2007. ) Panel Size for Medical Residents: Can It Influence Patient Care? .Society of General Internal Medicine, Toronto, Canada. . Conference. . Level:National

Murphy A, Singh J, Boex J, Warm EJ, Shauer D (2007. ) Differences in Resident Perception of an Ambulatory Long Block: Primary Care Versus Subspecialty (Winner: First Prize) .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter, Columbus, OH. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Singh J, Murphy A, Boex J, Warm EJ, Shauer D (2007. ) Resident Perception of Quality Patient Care in An Educational Innovations (EIP) Ambulatory Practice .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter, Columbus, OH. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Jungst E, Warm EJ, Schauer D (2007. ) The Long Block: A Model for Continuity in Resident Practice .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter, American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Prenger C, Duerk E, Warm EJ, Schauer D. (2007. ) Racial Differences and Vaccination Acceptance Rate .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter, Columbus, OH. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Inaba M, Abdallah M, Warm EJ, Schauer D (2007. ) Increasing the Frequency of DEXA Scans Ordered By Internal Medicine Residents .American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter, Columbus OH. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Seaman J., Warm EJ (2005. ) When Can a Health Care Team Ignore the Wishes of a Surrogate Decision Maker? .Society of General Internal Medicine Midwest Meeting, Chicago, IL. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Malik N, Warm EJ (2005. ) Deglutition Induced Atrial Fibrillation .Society of General Internal Medicine Midwest Meeting, Chicago, IL. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Marshall C., Warm EJ (2005. ) Hypersmolar Lactic Acidosis from an Unexpected Source .Society of General Internal Medicine Midwest Meeting, Chicago, IL. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Ruffin S., Warm EJ (2005. ) A Rare Case of Adrenal Crisis Induced by Epidural Steroid Injection .Society of General Internal Medicine Midwest Meeting, Chicago, IL. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Romano R., Warm EJ (2005. ) A Case of Genitourinary Tuberculosis .Society of General Internal Medicine Midwest Meeting, Chicago, IL. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Diab D., Warm EJ (2005. ) A Case of Gemella Morbillorum Endocarditis .Society of General Internal Medicine Midwest Meeting, Chicago, IL. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Nounou J., Hartig M., Warm EJ (2004. ) Cincinnati Induced Cryoglobulinemic Renal Failure .American College of Physicians, New Orleans, LA. . Conference. . Level:National

Peterson JC, Warm EJ (2003. ) Development of Pustular Psoriasis in a Patient Undergoing Immunosupressant Therapy for Leukocytoclastic Vascilitis .Society of General Internal Medicine, Vancouver Canada. . Conference. . Level:National

Szabo G, Warm EJ (2003. ) Lindane Toxocity Presenting as Acute Mental Status Changes in a Young Woman .Society of General Internal Medicine, Vancouver Canada. .

Srikantiah R, Warm EJ (2003. ) Adenocarcinoma of the Esophagus Presenting as Leptomeningeal Carcinomatosis .Society of General Internal Medicine, Vancouver Canada. . Conference. . Level:National

Schnell M, Warm EJ. (2003. ) Postpartum Cerebral Vasculitis .Society of General Internal Medicine, Vancouver Canada. . Conference. . Level:National

Rossing MJ, Warm EJ (2003. ) Streptococcus Aggalactiae Endocarditis As A Complication of Office-Based Endometrial sampling .Society of General Internal Medicine, Vancouver Canada. . Conference. . Level:National

Beck A, Warm EJ (2003. ) Pica as Paleonutrition: A Case and Review of The Literature. Society of General Internal Medicine, Vancouver Canada. . Conference. . Level:National

Mediwala RN, Warm EJ (2003. ) Bechet’s Disease Presenting as Inflammatory Bowel Disease .Society of General Internal Medicine, Vancouver Canada. . Conference. . Level:National

Villano, MJ., Warm EJ (2003. ) Medical Ethics in the Care of a Noncompliant Patient and Its Impact on Resource Availability .Society of General Internal Medicine Midwest Meeting, Chicago, IL. . Conference. . Level:Regional

Warm EJ (2002. ) An Arc of Change: End-of-Life (EOL) Care at University of Cincinnati .Program to Improve End-of-Life Care Curriculim, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Chicago, IL. . Conference. . Level:National

Lewis T, Warm EJ (2001. ) Pulmonary Embolus in a Patient with Hyperhomocysteinemia Secondary to Vitamin B12 Deficiency (Winner: Associate Poster Competition) .American College of Physicians, Atlanta, GA. . Conference. . Level:National

D, Mullan P, Warm EJ, Ambul B, Hallenbeck J, von Gunten C (2000. ) Fast Facts and Concepts: An Innovative Approach in End-of-Life Faculty Development and Resident Teaching. .American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Atlanta, GA. . Conference. . Level:National

Yussman M, Warm EJ (2000. ) Diphenylhydantoin Pulmonary Toxicity .American College of Physicians, Philadelphia, PA. . Conference. . Level:National

Warm EJ (1996. ) Development of a Resident Newsletter .Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, San Francisco, CA. . Conference. . Level:National

Lecture

Breaking Bad News (second year medical students) .

Hope and Truth Telling (second year medical students) .

Barriers to Pain Management (second year medical students) .

End-of-Life Care: Does It Have To Be So Difficult? (third year medical students) .

Quality, Systems, and the Patient-Centered Medical Home (third year medical students) .

Introduction to Antibiotics (fourth year medical students) .

Cross-Cover and Call Issues (fourth year medical students) .

Introduction to Residency Interviewing (fourth year medical students) .

7 Steps to Acid-Base Nirvana (Academic Half Day) .

Dealing with the Difficult Patient (Academic Half Day) .

Pain Management (Academic Half Day) .

Navigating the Clinical Encounter (Academic Half Day) .

Ethics Cases (Academic Half Day) .

Diabetes – Oral Hypoglycemics (Advanced Ambulatory Practice) .

Diabetes – Insulin (Advanced Ambulatory Practice) .

Forms and Billing (Advanced Ambulatory Practice) .

Rational Opioid Prescribing (Advanced Ambulatory Practice) .

Use of the EMR for Primary Care (Advanced Ambulatory Practice) .

The Patient-Centered Medical Home (Advanced Ambulatory Practice) .

Introduction to Improvement Tools (Advanced Ambulatory Practice) .

Self Management Support (Advanced Ambulatory Practice) .

Ambulatory Efficiency (Advanced Ambulatory Practice) .

Decision Making Capacity (University-wide Orientation) .

The DNR Discussion (University-wide Orientation) .

Breaking Bad News (University-wide Orientation) .

Introduction to Internal Medicine (first year medical students) .

How to Develop A Personal Statement for Residency .

Symposium

(2018. ) How might we use the discipline of reflective practice (individually and in groups) to catalyze improvement in health and health care? .Lake Morey VT. Level:National

(2017. ) Medicine 2035 .Chicago Ill. Level:National

(2017. ) How can health professions educators positively influence the power dynamics that affect collaboration for improvement of health and health care? .Lake Morey VT. Level:National

(2016. ) How can we as health professions educators use Deming’s Knowledge for Improvement (system, variation, psychology, theory of knowledge) to improve the co-production of health and healthcare services with patients, families, communities and populations? .Lake Morey VT. Level:National

(2015. ) How can health professions educators accelerate the co-production of health and healthcare .Lake Morey VT. Level:National

(2014. ) How Can Our Work as Health Professions Educators Catalyze Improvement in Health Care? .Lake Morey VT. Level:National

(2013. ) What Are The Core Values For Doing and Teaching Improvement in Health Care? .Lake Morey VT. Level:National

(2012. ) How Might Teachers Help Health Professionals Move from "Doing Our Work" to "Doing and Improving Our Work?" .Lake Morey Vermont. Level:National

(2011. ) Roundtable on Physician Readiness for a Reformed Delivery System .Washington DC. Conference. Level:National

(2011. ) How Do We Prepare Faculty to Teach About the Improvement of Health Care? .Lake Morey Vermont. Conference. Level:National

(2011. ) Group Leader (Teamwork) .Philadelphia PA. Conference. Level:National

(2008. ) Society of Hospital Medicine Advisory Board Member, Better Outcomes for Older adults through Safe Transitions (BOOST) program .Chicago Il. Conference. Level:National

(2007. ) Discovering Culture and Context in the Development of Health Professionals .Lake Morey Vt.. Level:National

(2006. ) Academic Chronic Care Collaborative .Chicago Il. Conference. Level:National

Honors and Awards

2018 Top Doctor in Cincinnati, Internal Medicine Category, Cincinnati Magazine

2018 University College of Medicine Patient Experience Award (for scoring in the top 1% nationally in patient satisfaction)

2017 Health Care Hero, Finalist, Manager Category, Cincinnati Business Courier

2017 International Residency Educator of the Year. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Canada. Quebec Canada

2016 Top Doctor in Cincinnati, Internal Medicine Category, Cincinnati Magazine

2016 Dean’s Award for Faculty Excellence University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

2016 Parker J. Palmer Courage to Teach Award -- Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education

2015 Spotlight Innovator Award -- Association of Program Directors Internal Medicine

2015 Top Doctor in Cincinnati, Internal Medicine Category, Cincinnati Magazine

2015 Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine Spotlight Innovator Award

2014 Top Doctor in Cincinnati, Internal Medicine Category, Cincinnati Magazine

2013 Top Doctor in Cincinnati, Internal Medicine Category, Cincinnati Magazine

2013 A.B. Dolly Cohen Award for Excellence in Teaching All-University Faculty Awards University of Cincinnati Status:Recipient

2013 Master Teacher Award, Ohio Chapter American College of Physicians

2013 Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities Excellence in Teaching

2012 Top Doctor in Cincinnati, Internal Medicine Category, Cincinnati Magazine

2011 Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Readiness for Reform (R4R) Innovations Challenge Award

2010 Society of General Internal Medicine Clinical Practice Innovation Award

2010 Clinical Practice Innovation Award, Society of General Internal Medicine

2010 Health Care Hero, Finalist, Manager Category, Cincinnati Business Courier

2010 Top Doctor in Cincinnati, Internal Medicine Category, Ciincinnati Magazine

2009 Silver Apple Teaching Award, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

2009 Health Care Hero, Finalist, Provider Category, Cincinnati Business Courier

2008 Richard W. Vilter Teaching Award, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati

2007 Top Doctor in Cincinnati, Internal Medicine Category, Cioncinnati Magazine

2007 Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

2007 Graduate Medical Education Award, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

2006 Health Care Hero, Nominee, Innovator Category, Cincinnati Business Courier

2005 Doctor's Day Award (for significant contributions to University Hospital, Cincinnati OH)

2005 Health Care Hero, Nominee, Provider Category, Cincinnati Business Courier

2005 Fellow, American College of Physicians

2002 Humanism in Medicine Award (Faculty), University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

2000 Midwest Society of General Internal Medicine Clinician Educator Award

1999 Family Medicine Inpatient Internal Medicine Teaching Award, Family Practice Residency, University of Cincinnati

1997 Faculty Speaker, Residency Commencement, Internal Medicine Residency, University of Cincinnati (and again in 1999, 2008, 2009)

1996 Resident as Teacher Award, Department of Medicine, University of Cincinnati

1995 Cambridge Fellowship, Department of Medicine, University of Cincinnati

1993 .B. Weiss Award for Demonstrating Skills in History and Physical Exam, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

1992 Alpha Omega Alpha, Junior Year Inductee, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

1991 Marion Merrell Dow Pharmacology Award, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

1989 Outstanding Special Problems Research Presentation, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Cincinnati

1988 Phi Beta Kappa, Junior Year Inductee, University of Cincinnati

Service

University Hospital (Physician's Leadership Council ) 2010 -To Present

(Tour Physician, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, European Tour ) 2008

University Hospital (Co-Director, Combined Internal Medicine/Surgery Peri-operative Clinic ) 2005 -2011

University of Cincinnati (Ambulatory Physician's Council ) 2005 -To Present

(Tour Physician, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, European Tour ) 2004

(Tour Physician, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Japan Tour ) 2003

University Hospital (Ethics Committee ) 1996 -2006

Journal of General Internal Medicine Reviewer

(Journal of Graduate Medical Education ) Reviewer

Fast Facts and Concepts in End-of-Life Care Reviewer

Keywords

Ambulatory care ,Medical education ,Communication skills ,Quality Improvement ,Patient Safety,Professionalism ,Ethics of healthcare, Educational innovations, Internal Medicine, Residents

Professional Affiliation

Educational Innovations Project, Council Chair 2008-09

American College of Physicians, Ohio Chapter Vice President 2008-2009, Ohio Chapter Program Chair 2006-2009, Ohio Chapter Associates Council Director 2001-2005

Society of General Internal Medicine

Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine

Sigma Xi Research Society University of Cincinnati

Courses Taught

2011-present, Director, Medical Education Learning Pathway

2009-present, Director, Academic Half Day

2006-present, Director, Advanced Ambulatory Practice

2002-present, Director, Ambulatory Medical Education Conference Series

2003- present, Co-director, Communication Workshop Graduate Medical Education Orientation)

2007-2011, Section Director, Enhancing Education for Chronic Illness Care, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

2000-05, Faculty, Program to Improve End-of-Life Care Curriculum, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Chicago Il)

2012, Quality Safety Educator Academy -- Core Faculty

2013, Quality Safety Educator Academy -- Core Faculty

2013 -- Primary Care Faculty Development Initiative

Contact Information

Academic - Office 6058 Medical Sciences Building
Medical Sciences Building Room 6058
Cincinnati  Ohio, 45267-0557
Phone: 513-558-2590
Fax: 513-558-3878
warmej@ucmail.uc.edu