Prof. Maja Artandi

Stanford University, USA

Dr. Artandi is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Primary Care and Population Health at Stanford. She is a leader in Primary Care, spearheading novel methods of health care delivery and education. She offers an impressive clinical background and has received several educational and leadership awards. Her expertise lies in the development and implementation of a medical curriculum focused on the patient-physician interaction, emphasizing communication skills, physical examination skills and medical decision making to support best clinical practices. Dr. Artandi is a dedicated Primary Care physician, educator and board-certified coach and has served as a mentor for many students, residents, and colleagues. She is currently the mentorship lead for the Division of Primary Care and Population Health at Stanford and faculty for the Stanford coaching program. From 2013-2021 she was the Co-Director of Primary Care education for the Stanford Internal Medicine residency program and co-founded and co-directed the Primary Care program (ACE) within the Stanford Internal Medicine Residency program. Dr. Artandi is the immediate past President and the current chair of the educational committee of the Society of Bedside Medicine an international society dedicated to studying and improving the patient/physician interaction. She is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians Edinburgh and of the American College of Physicians (ACP) and currently serves as the Wellness chair for the Northern California ACP chapter.

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