BiographyGrace Shih MD, MAS is Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Washington and Director of the Family Medicine Residency Network. She sees patients at the UWPC-Northgate clinic and runs their Reproductive Health Clinic. Dr. Shih completed her medical degree at University of Florida and her family medicine residency at Brown University. She obtained her Masters in Advanced Sciences and completed her Family Planning Fellowship at University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Shih's areas of clinical and research interest include family planning and contraception (IUD/implant, medication and aspiration abortion, uterine aspiration for miscarriage management, vasectomy), transgender care, women’s health, and adolescent medicine.
PublicationsMiles C, Ennamuri D, Yeh J, Shih G Would you be interested in DMPA-SC? An implementation project in two urban primary care clinics. Contraception. Aug 2022
Patel J, Nguyen BT, Shih G, Or M, Harper DM Vasectomy Training in Family Medicine Residency Programs: A National Survey of Residency Program Directors. Family Medicine. June 2022
Shih G, Stulberg D, Barreto TW, Andrilla CHA, Guzman S, Nothnagle M Faculty and Resident Contraceptive Opt Outs and Training Site Restrictions: A CERA Study. Family Medicine. Feb 2022
Wallace R, Shih G Complex Family Planning - Demarginalizing abortion care requires uplifting primary care and non-CFP providers. Contraception. January 2022
Shih G, Wu J, Harper D Awareness and Attitudes Around the New Subspecialty Within Ob/Gyn Called Complex Family Planning: A CERA Survey of Family Medicine Chairs. Family Medicine. Nov 2020