Kathleen Hanley

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Kathleen Hanley

Associate Professor, Department of Medicine
Site Director, AHRQ R18 Patient Safety
Associate Director, Primary Care Residency Program

Contact Info

Address
462 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212/238-7408
Kathleen.Hanley@nyumc.org


Opioid Overdose Prevention Training with Naloxone, an Adjunct to Basic Life Support Training for First Year Medical Students
Berland, Noah; Fox, Aaron; Tofighi, Babak; Hanley, Kathleen. Opioid Overdose Prevention Training with Naloxone, an Adjunct to Basic Life Support Training for First Year Medical Students. Substance abuse. 2016 Dec 27;:0-0 (2383562)

Revising residents' addiction experience: a 1-week intensive course
Bhatraju, Elenore Patterson; Chang, Andrew; Taff, Jessica; Hanley, Kathleen. Revising residents' addiction experience: a 1-week intensive course. Medical education. 2016 Nov;50(11):1161-1161 (2367082)

Charting a Key Competency Domain: Understanding Resident Physician Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC) Skills
Zabar, Sondra; Adams, Jennifer; Kurland, Sienna; Shaker-Brown, Amara; Porter, Barbara; Horlick, Margaret; Hanley, Kathleen; Altshuler, Lisa; Kalet, Adina; Gillespie, Colleen. Charting a Key Competency Domain: Understanding Resident Physician Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC) Skills. Journal of general internal medicine. 2016 Aug;31(8):846-853 (2092562)

Introducing primary care telephone visits: An urban safety-net community clinic experience
Kyanko, K A; Schoenthaler, A; Zabar, S; Joseph, J; Davidson, P; Bateman, W; Hanley, K. Introducing primary care telephone visits: An urban safety-net community clinic experience [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of general internal medicine. 2016 May;31(2):S894-S895 (2150472)

Saret: Evaluation of early career impact of interprofessional substance use research training
Bereket, S; Gourevitch, M N; Hanley, K; More, F; Naegle, M; Tuchman, E. Saret: Evaluation of early career impact of interprofessional substance use research training [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of general internal medicine. 2016 May;31(2):S393-S393 (2150702)