Adina L Kalet

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Adina Kalet

Professor, Department of Medicine
Professor, Department of Surgery

Dir Medical Education Primary Care

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 Interests

Medical Education, Training physicians to care for underserved populations, doctor-patient communication, discussion of risk between doctor and patient

Transforming the Patient Role to Achieve Better Outcomes Through a Patient Empowerment Program: A Randomized Wait-List Control Trial Protocol
Altshuler, Lisa; Plaksin, Joseph; Zabar, Sondra; Wallach, Andrew; Sawicki, Chester; Kundrod, Sarita; Kalet, Adina. Transforming the Patient Role to Achieve Better Outcomes Through a Patient Empowerment Program: A Randomized Wait-List Control Trial Protocol. JMIR research protocols. 2016 Apr 21;5(2):e68-e68 e68 (2079802)

The Research on Medical Education Outcomes (ROMEO) Registry: Addressing Ethical and Practical Challenges of Using "Bigger," Longitudinal Educational Data
Gillespie, Colleen; Zabar, Sondra; Altshuler, Lisa; Fox, Jaclyn; Pusic, Martin; Xu, Junchuan; Kalet, Adina. The Research on Medical Education Outcomes (ROMEO) Registry: Addressing Ethical and Practical Challenges of Using "Bigger," Longitudinal Educational Data. Academic medicine. 2016 May ;91(5):690-695 (1803682)

Twelve tips for developing and maintaining a remediation program in medical education
Kalet, Adina; Guerrasio, Jeannette; Chou, Calvin L. Twelve tips for developing and maintaining a remediation program in medical education. Medical teacher. 2016 Apr 6;:1-6 (2066132)

The Administrative Psychiatric Evaluation
Lawson, Nicholas D; Kalet, Adina L. The Administrative Psychiatric Evaluation. Journal of graduate medical education. 2016 Feb ;8(1):14-17 (2045972)

The Benefits and Risks of Being a Standardized Patient: A Narrative Review of the Literature
Plaksin, Joseph; Nicholson, Joseph; Kundrod, Sarita; Zabar, Sondra; Kalet, Adina; Altshuler, Lisa. The Benefits and Risks of Being a Standardized Patient: A Narrative Review of the Literature. Patient : patient-centered outcomes research. 2016 Feb ;9(1):15-25 (1591332)