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Jung G. Kim, PhD, MPH

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionKaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine
DepartmentHealth Systems Science
Address100 South Los Robles Avenue
Pasadena CA 91101
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    TitleClinical Teaching Associate
    InstitutionUniversity of Washington School of Medicine
    DepartmentFamily Medicine

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    Dr. Kim’s areas of interest and expertise are rooted in his background in public health, medical education, and quality improvement. His research focuses on medical education embedded in health systems, including healthcare workforce competencies, organizational behavior, and the integration of public health with primary care. His research utilizes a variety of methodologies, including secondary analysis of large national datasets, concept mapping, and prospective quantitative data. Dr. Kim also brings expertise in measurement and construct development, growth curve analyses, and hierarchical linear modeling. Major current projects include:
    • Factors associated with assessment bias for underrepresented minorities and non-U.S. resident physicians training in family medicine and internal medicine: Using a national integrated dataset, this study examines whether assessment biases are observed for underrepresented and non-U.S. citizen resident physicians as measured by standardized national assessments in U.S.-accredited family medicine and internal medicine programs
    • Measuring Team Effectiveness for Students Training in Health Systems Science: Examines the measurable factors that enable team effectiveness for medical students training in Health Systems Science
    • Residents as Systems Citizens: The Systems-Based Practice Competency for the 21st- Century Health Care System: Examines the fundamental evolutions necessary for the implementation of SBP: the development of residents who, as Systems Citizens, are prepared to contribute to evolving systems of care, and clinical learning environments that are designed to support this development.
    • The utility and reliability of quality scores in Graduate Medical Education: Examines the utility and reliability of ambulatory care quality scores for family medicine and internal medicine residents' publicly reported data during their formal training periods
    Measuring the development of medical students as social change agents in a service-learning curriculum: Examines the theoretical constructs of critical consciousness and social accountability in measuring social change for a medical school’s service-learning

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    1. Kim JG, Gonzalo JD, Chen I, Vo A, Lupi C, Hyderi A, Haidet P, DeWaters A, Blatt B, Holmboe E, Thompson LR, Jimenez J, Madigosky W, Chung PJ. How a Team Effectiveness Approach to Health Systems Science Can Illuminate Undergraduate Medical Education Outcomes. Acad Med. 2023 Dec 28. PMID: 38166319.
    2. Kim JG, Rodriguez HP, Holmboe ES, McDonald KM, Mazotti L, Rittenhouse DR, Shortell SM, Kanter MH. The Reliability of Graduate Medical Education Quality of Care Clinical Performance Measures. J Grad Med Educ. 2022 Jun; 14(3):281-288. PMID: 35754636; PMCID: PMC9200256.
      Citations: 3     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    3. Schneid SD, Fricovsky ES, Loehr PG, Kim JG. A pipeline for health systems science in postbaccalaureate premedical programmes. Med Educ. 2022 05; 56(5):568-569. PMID: 35244222.
      Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    4. Brkic A, Kim JG, Haugeberg G, Diamantopoulos AP. Decentralizing healthcare in Norway to improve patient-centered outpatient clinic management of rheumatoid arthritis - a conceptual model. BMC Rheumatol. 2021 Nov 08; 5(1):43. PMID: 34743757; PMCID: PMC8572582.
      Citations: 1     
    5. Kim JG, Rodriguez HP, Shortell SM, Fuller B, Holmboe ES, Rittenhouse DR. Factors Associated With Family Medicine and Internal Medicine First-Year Residents' Ambulatory Care Training Time. Acad Med. 2021 03 01; 96(3):433-440. PMID: 32496285.
      Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    6. Kim JG, Morris CG, Ford P. Teaching Today in the Practice Setting of the Future: Implementing Innovations in Graduate Medical Education. Acad Med. 2017 05; 92(5):662-665. PMID: 28441675.
      Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    7. Kim JG, Rodriguez HP, Estlin KA, Morris CG. Impact of Longitudinal Electronic Health Record Training for Residents Preparing for Practice in Patient-Centered Medical Homes. Perm J. 2017; 21:16-122. PMID: 28746024; PMCID: PMC5528802.
      Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    8. Kim JG, Morris CG, Heidrich FE. A Tool to Assess Family Medicine Residents' Patient Encounters Using Secure Messaging. J Grad Med Educ. 2015 Dec; 7(4):649-53. PMID: 26692980; PMCID: PMC4675423.
      Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    9. Fitzpatrick AL, Standish LJ, Berger J, Kim JG, Calabrese C, Polissar N. Survival in HIV-1-positve adults practicing psychological or spiritual activities for one year. Altern Ther Health Med. 2007 Sep-Oct; 13(5):18-20, 22-4. PMID: 17900038.
      Citations: 13     Fields:    Translation:HumansCells
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