M C Ottolini
Affiliation: Children's National Medical Center
- Complementary and alternative medicine use among children in the Washington, DC areaM C Ottolini
Children s National Medical Center Pediatric Research Network and Department of Pediatrics, George Washington University School of Medicine, Washington, DC 20010, USA
Ambul Pediatr 1:122-5. 2001..To determine the prevalence and reasons for complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use among children in primary pediatric care practice in the Washington, DC area...
- Using observed structured teaching exercises (OSTE) to enhance hospitalist teaching during family centered roundsMary Ottolini
Division of Hospitalist Medicine, Children s National Medical Center, Washington, DC, USA
J Hosp Med 6:423-7. 2011..Less than half of pediatric hospitalists reported conducting FCR, citing concerns about inefficiency and diminished teaching...
- Utility of complete blood count and blood culture screening to diagnose neonatal sepsis in the asymptomatic at risk newbornMary C Ottolini
Hospitalist Division, Children s National Medical Center, 111 Michigan Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20010, USA
Pediatr Infect Dis J 22:430-4. 2003....
- Decreasing variability in faculty ratings of student case presentations: a faculty development intervention focusing on reflective practiceMary C Ottolini
Department of Pediatric Medical Education, Children s National Medical Center, Washington, DC 20010, USA
Teach Learn Med 19:239-43. 2007..Faculty perceptions of medical student knowledge are often based on case presentations, but their assessment of student performance can vary significantly based on content, presentation skill, and interpersonal characteristics...
- Student perceptions of effectiveness of the eight step preceptor (ESP) model in the ambulatory settingMary C Ottolini
Department of Pediatric Medical Education, George Washington University School of Medicine, Children s National Medical Center, Washington, DC 20010, USA
Teach Learn Med 22:97-101. 2010..We then determined if students perceived faculty to be more effective teachers when they incorporated more ESP components into their precepting sessions...
- Primary care physicians and hospitalists: two branches of the same treeElizabeth Berry Seelbach
George Washington University School of Medicine, USA
Pediatr Ann 39:84-8. 2010..By consistently communicating well during pre-admission, hospitalization, and discharge intervals, hospitalists and primary care pediatricians can enhance learning, as well as maximize outcomes for shared patients...