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Lindsay Mazotti, MD

Associate Professor

Dr. Lindsay Mazotti’s medical career has incorporated medical practice and medical education. She has written and created teaching aids, articles, posters, books, and chapters within books that revolve around her main areas of focus: caring for patients and educating future physicians. Dr. Mazotti’s influence reaches into areas such as undergraduate medical education, graduate medical education, longitudinal integrated clerkships, student assessment, patient-centered care, curriculum development, leadership, and faculty development.

Education and Training

  • BA with honors, Stanford University
  • MD with Thesis, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)
  • Residency, Internal Medicine/Primary Care, USCF

Years

Selected Prior Positions

2007-2010 Physician
UCSF Division of Hospital Medicine, Department of Medicine
2007-2010 Curricular Steward, PISCES Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship
UCSF School of Medicine
2007-2014 Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine
UCSF
2008-2010 Clerkship Co-Director, PISCES Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship
UCSF School of Medicine
2010-2016 Clerkship Director
UCSF-Kaiser Permanente Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (KLIC)
2010-present Physician
Kaiser Permanente East Bay, Division of Hospital Based Medicine, Department of Medicine
2011-2016 Physician Lead, Faculty Development
Kaiser Permanente East Bay Medical Center
2014-present Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine
UCSF
2016-present Assistant Physician-in-Chief, Education and Development
Kaiser Permanente East Bay Medical Center
2016-present

Founding Faculty Member, Member of Founding Executive Curriculum Committee and Committee on Educational Policy

Co-Lead, Clinical Experiences Subcommittee

Co-Lead, Faculty Development Subcommittee

Years

Selected Honors and Awards

2007 T.E.A.C.H. Award for Outstanding Teaching
UCSF School of Medicine Class of 2007
2008 Nominee
Class of 2011 Essential Core Teaching Award
2012 UCSF Academy of Medical Educators
UCSF
2013 Kaiser Permanente East Bay Academy of Medical Educators
Kaiser Permanente East Bay
2016 Alpha Omega Alpha USCF Chapter Alumni Award
UCSF School of Medicine Class of 2016

Selected Publications

Selected peer-reviewed research manuscripts

  • Hauer K, Mazotti L, O’Brien B, Hemmer PA, Tong L. Faculty verbal evaluations reveal strategies used to promote medical student performance. Med Educ Online 2011;16.
  • Poncelet A, Mazotti L, Wamsley M, et al. Creating a longitudinal integrated clerkship (LIC) with mutual benefits for an academic medical center and a community health system. Perm J 2014 Spring;18(2):50-56.
  • Worley P, et al and CLIC Research Collaborative (Mazotti L). A typology of longitudinal integrated clerkships. Medical Education 2016;50(9):922-32.
  • Riegels N, Asher E, Cartwright J, Chow J, Lee E, Nordstrom M, Schneider A, Schwarz M, Zarin-Pass M, Mazotti L. Listening beyond auscultating: A quality initiative to improve HCAHPS communication scores. (submitted)
  • Bernstein J, Drowos J, Ziv T, Wood S, Mazotti L, Whitlock S, Galvin S, Latessa R. Delivering faculty development to community-based faculty in longitudinal integrated clerkships by texting brief podcasts: A pilot study. (submitted)

Selected peer-reviewed publications and book chapters

  • SticeStice E, Mazotti L, Krebs M, Martin S.  Predictors of adolescent dieting behaviors: a longitudinal study.  Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 1998, 12: 195-205. 
  • Stice E, Mazotti L, Weibel D, Agras WS.  Dissonance prevention program decreases thin-ideal internalization, body dissatisfaction, dieting, negative affect, and bulimic symptoms.  Int J Eat Disord.  2000, 27: 206-17.
  • Mazotti L, Vidyarthi A, Wachter R, Auerbach A, Katz P.  Impact of duty hour restriction on resident teaching.  J Hosp Med. 2009, 4(8): 476-480. 
  • Mazotti L, Moylan A, Murphy E, Harper GM, Johnston CB, Hauer KE.   Advancing Geriatrics Education: An efficient train-the-trainer faculty development program for academic hospitalists increases geriatric teaching.  J Hosp Med. 2010, 5(9):541-6.
  • Mazotti L, O’Brien B, Kirsch H.  Improving integration of clinical clerkship didactic curriculum. Medical Education Development. 2011, 1(1): e1-3.
  • Mazotti LA, O’Brien BC, Tong LT, Hauer KE.  Perceptions of evaluation in longitudinal versus traditional clerkships.  Med Educ. 2011. 45(5):464-70.
  • Robertson PA, Bokser SJ, Calton BA, Hauer KE, Kirsch HE, Jones TS, Lai CJ, Mazotti LA, Runyan SJ, Shore WB, Teherani A, Tong LD, Wamsley MA, Poncelet AN.  Development of a longitudinal integrated clerkship at the University of California at San Francisco.  Med Educ Online. 2011 Apr 4;16.
  • Hauer K, Mazotti L, O’Brien B, Hemmer PA, Tong L.  Faculty verbal evaluations reveal strategies used to promote medical student performance. Med Educ Online. 2011;16.
  • Mazotti L & Ogur B, chapter authors. Guiding Principles and Goals of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships, Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships.  In: Alliance for Clinical Education’s (ACE) Guidebook for Clerkship Directors. 2012 edition.
  • Poncelet A, Mazotti L, Wamsley M, et al. Creating a longitudinal integrated clerkship (LIC) with mutual benefits for an academic medical center and a community health system. Perm J. 2014 Spring; 18(2):50-56.
  • Worley P, et al and CLIC Research Collaborative (Mazotti L). A typology of longitudinal integrated clerkships. Medical Education. 2016. 50(9):922-32.
  • Mazotti L & Ogur B, chapter authors. Guiding Principles and Goals of Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships, In: Alliance for Clinical Education’s (ACE) Guidebook for Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships. 2016.
  • Mazotti L, Adams J, Peyser B, Chretien K, Duffy B, Hirsh D. Diffusion Innovation Theory and Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships. Diffusion of innovation and longitudinal integrated clerkships: Results of the clerkship directors in internal medicine annual survey.  Med Teach. 2018.
  • Riegels NS, Asher E, Cartwright JR, Chow JL, Lee ED, Nordstrom M, Schneider AN, Schwarz MD, Zarin-Pass M, Mazotti LA. Listening Beyond Auscultating: A Quality Initiative to Improve Communication Scores in the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Health Care Practitioners and Systems Survey. Perm J. 2018 Aug 01; 22.
  • Bernstein J, Mazotti L, Ziv TA, et al. Texting brief podcasts to deliver faculty development to community-based preceptors in longitudinal integrated clerkships. MedEdPORTAL. 2018;14:10755.
  • Mazotti L, Robyn Latessa, Sarah Wood, chapter authors.  Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships.  In: Alliance for Clinical Education’s (ACE) Guidebook for Clerkship Directors. 2018 edition. In press.