2021 PCPH Faculty of the Year for Education

Angie Chwen-Yuen Chen, MD, FACP, FASAM

Dr. Chen has been recognized by her community of peers for her outstanding advocacy and teaching in Addiction Medicine, and for her unwavering support of learners and faculty in this arena. Dr. Chen’s expertise and passion for teaching is evident through her work with medical students and residents at Stanford, through her role as Governor of the Northern California chapter of the American College of Physicians, and as director of the Addiction Medicine Clerkship.



OSLERR Teaching Evaluations

The OSLERR teaching evaluation form provides a simple framework for Division faculty to plan your teaching and solicit feedback from learners. This teaching evaluation form was created in response to faculty who were looking for additional ways to gather electronic feedback of their teaching, and a more streamlined process for sharing completed evaluations with Academic Affairs.  

Division Teaching Awards

2021 Division Teaching Award Recipients

The Department of Medicine Division Teaching Award recipients are awarded to division faculty who demonstrate excellence in teaching. The award recipients in Primary Care and Population Health are selected by faculty peers.

Kim Chiang, MD

Dr. Chiang is recognized for her outstanding educational leadership of Internal Medicine residents in the Stanford Internal Medicine Continuity Clinic and the Ambulatory Care Excellence (ACE) program, designed to expose trainees to the non-medicine subspecialty clinics to develop well informed, highly skilled primary care physicians. She has helped develop the pipeline into Primary Care through her focus on developing continuity experiences for both residents and medical students.

Andrew Schechtman, MD 

Dr. Schechtman is recognized for his vast knowledge base, engaging teaching style, and for the high expectations that he sets for learners while also helping them achieve their highest potential. He is the hallmark of the lifelong learner and educator, appreciated for his sense of humility and for his dedication to teaching students and trainees at Stanford-O’Connor.

Silvia Tee, MD

Dr. Tee exemplifies interdisciplinary teaching at its best, having provided clinical education and mentorship for nursing students, family medicine residents, scribes, and Geriatric Medicine fellows in Senior Care Clinic. She is recognized for her commitment to clinical teaching and for her mentorship of student projects.

The Lane Medical Library specialty portals are one of many resources offered to Stanford faculty, students, and staff. These Portals contain resources frequently referenced by specific SUMC departments, divisions, centers, and nursing units. For the Division of Primary Care and Population Health, there are specialty portals for Internal Medicine, Palliative Care, general Primary Care.