Adina L Kalet

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Adina Kalet

Professor, Department of Medicine
Professor, Department of Surgery

Co-Director, Masters of Health Professions Education Program
Director, Medical Education Research, Program for Medical Education and Technology
Professionalism Consultant, Office of Student Affairs
Director, Merrin Bedside Teaching Program
Research Advisor to the Educator Community

Contact Info

Address
462 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212-263-1137
Adina.Kalet@NYUMC.ORG

Education

— NYUMC Primary Care Program, Residency Training

Research Keywords

medical education, training physicians to care for underserved populations, doctor-patient communication, discussion of risk between doctor and patient

Becoming a Doctor in Different Cultures: Toward a Cross-Cultural Approach to Supporting Professional Identity Formation in Medicine
Helmich, Esther; Yeh, Huei-Ming; Kalet, Adina; Al-Eraky, Mohamed. Becoming a Doctor in Different Cultures: Toward a Cross-Cultural Approach to Supporting Professional Identity Formation in Medicine. Academic medicine. 2017 Jan ;92(1):58-62 (2288732)

Measuring professional identity formation early in medical school
Kalet, Adina; Buckvar-Keltz, Lynn; Harnik, Victoria; Monson, Verna; Hubbard, Steven; Crowe, Ruth; Song, Hyuksoon S; Yingling, Sandra. Measuring professional identity formation early in medical school. Medical teacher. 2016 Dec 30;:1-7 (2383712)

Adapting a weight management tool for Latina women: a usability study of the Veteran Health Administration's MOVE!23 tool
Perez, Hector R; Nick, Michael W; Mateo, Katrina F; Squires, Allison; Sherman, Scott E; Kalet, Adina; Jay, Melanie. Adapting a weight management tool for Latina women: a usability study of the Veteran Health Administration's MOVE!23 tool. BMC medical informatics & decision making. 2016 Oct 05;16(1):128-128 (2274312)

Professionalism Training For Surgical Residents: Documenting the Advantages of a Professionalism Curriculum
Hochberg, Mark S; Berman, Russell S; Kalet, Adina L; Zabar, Sondra; Gillespie, Colleen; Pachter, H Leon. Professionalism Training For Surgical Residents: Documenting the Advantages of a Professionalism Curriculum. Annals of surgery. 2016 Sep;264(3):501-507 (2185352)

Direct Observation: Assessing Orthopaedic Trainee Competence in the Ambulatory Setting
Phillips, Donna P; Zuckerman, Joseph D; Kalet, Adina; Egol, Kenneth A. Direct Observation: Assessing Orthopaedic Trainee Competence in the Ambulatory Setting. Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. 2016 Sep;24(9):591-599 (2218762)