Family Medicine Clerkship Professionalism Award
This award is given to clinical faculty and staff for providing a substantial contribution to medical education within the Family Medicine Clerkship at the University of Washington School of Medicine. The UW Seattle Clerkship office reviews the nominations and submits votes for their top candidates. The faculty/staff receiving the most votes earns the award and are presented with a certificate for their achievement.
Faculty can also nominate students for a Professionalism Award.
The nomination deadline for the 2022-2023 Clinical Year is 5/3/24.
Click on the following link to nominate faculty or staff: The Family Medicine Clerkship Faculty and Staff Professionalism Award
Click on the following link to nominate students: The Family Medicine Clerkship Student Professionalism Award
Staff/Faculty Professionalism Award Winners
Student Professionalism Award Winners (2021-2022)
Nominated by Amy Solomon, MD
Nominated by Katherine Landy, MD
Nominated by Tina Shereen, MD
Nominated by Sonja Olson, MD
Faculty Professionalism Award Winners (2020-2021)
Dr. Zach Warnock (Pocatello, ID)
Nominated by Haya Jamali (MS3)
Dr. Travis Bomengen (Thermopolis WY)
Nominated by Marcus Couldridge (MS3)
Outstanding Faculty Award
This award is given to the top 1% of Family Medicine Clerkship faculty for demonstrating excellence and commitment to medical student teaching. This was done by calculating the evaluations submitted by students of their Clerkship experience.
Outstanding Faculty Award Winners
2020 – 2021 Outstanding Faculty Award Recipients (from left to right): Jay Erickson, MD (Glacier Medical Associates, Whitefish, MT), Andrea Esplin, MD (Idaho FMR, Boise, ID), Kimberly Collins, MD (UW Neighborhood Northgate Clinic, Seattle, WA), Mary Barinaga, MD (Idaho FMR, Boise, ID), Justin Bailey, MD (Idaho FMR, Boise, ID), Eduardo Garza, MD (Northwest Washington FMR, Bremerton, WA).
Updated May 2023.