Personal Statement: I moved to Providence in a part-time capacity in 2007 after a 25 year career as a clinician-teacher at OHSU. The Providence Internal Medicine residency program has always had a stellar reputation in education, and I have greatly enjoyed becoming part of that tradition.
Areas of Academic Focus:
Techniques of medical education
National/Regional Responsibilities: Chair, Targeted Immune Modulators subcommittee, Oregon Health Resources Commissions
Most Significant Publications:
Wernick R, Campbell SM. Update in rheumatology. Ann Intern Med 2000;132:125-133.
Campbell SM, Wernick R. Update in rheumatology. Ann Intern Med 1999;130:135-142.
Rosenbaum R, Campbell SM, Rosenbaum J. The Clinical Neurology of Rheumatic Disease. Butterworth Heinemann (1996).
Vasculitis for the Inpatient Physician, Oregon Hospitalist Association, 2009
Rheumatology Yearbook, Northwest Rheumatism Society, 2009
Update in Osteoarthritis. Providence Internal Medicine Review, 2007.
Approach to Gout – Revised. OHSU Sommer Memorial Lectures, 2007 (Inaugural OHSU Distinguished CME Lecturer Award).
Update in Rheumatology. OHSU Internal Medicine Review, 2007.
New ideas in RA: Providence Internal Medicine Review, 2007
Update in RA: Providence Grand Rounds, 2006
Yearbook of Rheumatology. Annual meeting of NW Rheumatism Society, 2006.
Teaching attending on general medicine ward services (2-3 mos/year).
Medical student teaching attending (2 mos/year)
Teaching attending on rheumatology resident rotation: supervision in rheumatology clinic and medical orthopedics clinic; didactic sessions.
MedOrtho clinic weekly in PACE clinic: designed to give housestaff experience in office musculoskeletal medicine and local injection techniques.
Personal Interests: Family of wife and 3 daughters; hobbies of landscaping, woodworking, hiking.