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Elizabeth Weinshel

Professor, Department of Medicine

Contact Info

212-686-7500
Elizabeth.Weinshel@nyumc.org

Education

— Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Internship
— New York Medical Center (Medicine), Clinical Fellowships
1978 — New York University School of Medicine, Medical Education
1978 — New York University School of Medicine, Medical Education
1978 — NYU School of Medicine, Medical Education
1978-1981 — Bronx Municipal Hospital Cntr (Medicine), Residency Training
— Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Residency Training
1978-1981 — Bronx Municipal Hospital Cntr, Residency Training
1981-1983 — Department of Veterans Affairs-New York Campus (Gastroenterology), Clinical Fellowships
1981-1983 — Department of Veterans Affairs-New York Campus, Clinical Fellowships
1983-1984 — Department of Veterans Affairs-New York Campus (Medicine), Residency Training
1983-1984 — Department of Veterans Affairs-New York Campus, Residency Training

Assessment of Abilities of Gastroenterology Fellows to Provide Information to Patients With Liver Disease
Chaudhary, Noami; Lucero, Catherine; Villanueva, Gerald; Poles, Michael; Gillespie, Colleen; Zabar, Sondra; Weinshel, Elizabeth. Assessment of Abilities of Gastroenterology Fellows to Provide Information to Patients With Liver Disease. Clinical gastroenterology & hepatology. 2017 Jan 19;:?-? (2418252)

Faculty Development Initiatives as a Tool to Prevent Physician Burnout
Balzora, Sophie; Weinshel, Elizabeth. Faculty Development Initiatives as a Tool to Prevent Physician Burnout [Meeting Abstract]. American journal of gastroenterology. 2016 OCT;111:S437-S437 (2492502)

Practice Makes Perfect: Supervising OSCE's Improves Faculty Scoring
Papademetriou, Marianna; Perreault, Gabriel; Gillespie, Colleen; Zabar, Sondra; Poles, Allison; Weinshel, Elizabeth; Williams, Renee. Practice Makes Perfect: Supervising OSCE's Improves Faculty Scoring [Meeting Abstract]. American journal of gastroenterology. 2016 OCT;111:S426-S427 (2492492)

Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Inflammatory Bowel Disease Overlap: Optimizing Management Through the Use of an Observed Structured Clinical Examination
Zalkin, Dana; Cohen, Cynthia; Zabar, Sondra; Kingsbery, Joseph; Weinshel, Elizabeth; Malter, Lisa. Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Inflammatory Bowel Disease Overlap: Optimizing Management Through the Use of an Observed Structured Clinical Examination [Meeting Abstract]. American journal of gastroenterology. 2016 OCT;111:S287-S288 (2492452)

A longitudinal osce experience: A pilot of progressive testing to assess inflammatory bowel disease training for gastroenterology fellows
Lopatin, S; Balzora, S; Shah, B; Dikman, A; Jones, V; Gillespie, C; Zabar, S; Poles, M; Weinshel, E; Malter, L. A longitudinal osce experience: A pilot of progressive testing to assess inflammatory bowel disease training for gastroenterology fellows [Meeting Abstract]. Inflammatory bowel diseases. 2016 Mar;22:S37-S37 (2049552)