|Sarah McGee, MD, MPH |
Assistant Professor of Medicine, UMass Medical School
Meyers Primary Care InstituteTel. 508-856-3085Fax: 508-856-5024Email: Sarah.McGee@umassmed.edu
630 Plantation Street
Worcester, MA 01605
1979 BS Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania
1983 MD New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York
1990 MPH St Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri
Dr. McGee's papers on Pubmed
Research and Teaching Interests
Dr. McGee is a fellowship-trained geriatrician and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. She is a graduate of New York Medical College and holds a MPH degree from St. Louis University. She is the Director of the Geriatrics Education Resource Center at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and the Director of Education for the Division of Geriatrics at the medical school. Dr. McGee directs the educational activities in geriatrics for medical students and residents in internal medicine. She is particularly interested in geriatric interdisciplinary training, simulation, falls, and in improving the end-of-life care for the frail elderly.
Geriatric Education UME/ GME, End of Life Care, Interdisciplinary team training, simulation, falls
Tjia J, Bonner A, Briesacher BA, McGee S, Terrill E, Miller K. Medication Discrepancies upon Hospital to Skilled Nursing Facility Transitions. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2009. 24: 630-635.
McGee, S., Gleich, G., Bonner, A. “Geriatrics Interclerkship”, Electronic Publication, Portal of Geriatrics Online Education: http://www.pogoe.org, 2006 Mar.
O’Dell, K., McGee, S., Acupuncture for Urinary Urgency In Women Over 50: What Is The Evidence? Urologic Nursing 26(1): 23-29, 2006 Feb.
Pugnaire, M., McGee, S., Droney, T. The AAMC-Hartford Geriatrics Curriculum Program: Report from University of Massachusetts Medical School, Academic Medicine 79(7Suppl): S92-S97, 2004 July.
"The geriatric population is one we will all join. Educating healthcare professionals to provide high quality care for older adults must be a priority for all medical schools."