Donald R. Bordley, M.D.

Donald R. Bordley, M.D.

Contact Information

University of Rochester Medical Center
School of Medicine and Dentistry
601 Elmwood Ave, Box MED-HMD
Rochester, NY 14642

Administrative: (585) 275-2874
Fax: (585) 442-3695

Journal Articles

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2013 May
Lang VJ, Aboff BM, Bordley DR, Call S, Dezee KJ, Fazio SB, Fitz M, Hemmer PA, Logio LS, Wayne DB. "Guidelines for writing department of medicine summary letters." The American journal of medicine. 2013 May; 126(5):458-63.
2011
O?connor AB, Lang VJ, Bordley DR. "Restructuring an inpatient resident service to improve outcomes for residents, students, and patients." Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges. 2011 86(12):1500-7.
2010 Feb
Bordley DR, Smith LG, Wiese JG. "Competency-based advancement: risky business." The American journal of medicine. 2010 Feb; 123(2):188-91.
2009 Sep
Lang VJ, Mooney CJ, O'Connor AB, Bordley DR, Lurie SJ. "Association between hand-off patients and subject exam performance in medicine clerkship students." Journal of general internal medicine. 2009 Sep; 24(9):1018-22. Epub 2009 Jul 05.
2009 Feb
O'Connor AB, Lang VJ, Lurie SJ, Lambert DR, Rudmann A, Robbins B, Bordley DR. "The effect of nonteaching services on the distribution of inpatient cases for internal medicine residents." Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges. 2009 Feb; 84(2):220-5.
2006 Jun 20
, Fitzgibbons JP, Bordley DR, Berkowitz LR, Miller BW, Henderson MC. "Redesigning residency education in internal medicine: a position paper from the Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine." Annals of internal medicine. 2006 Jun 20; 144(12):920-6.
2004 May 1
Smith LG, Humphrey H, Bordley DR. "The future of residents' education in internal medicine." The American journal of medicine. 2004 May 1; 116(9):648-50.
2000
Bordley DR, Litzelman DK. "Preparing residents to become more effective teachers: a priority for internal medicine." The American journal of medicine. 2000 109(8):693-6.
1997 May
Bordley DR, Fagan M, Theige D. "Evidence-based medicine: a powerful educational tool for clerkship education." The American journal of medicine. 1997 May; 102(5):427-32.
1994
Dolan JG, Bordley DR. "Isoniazid prophylaxis: the importance of individual values." Medical decision making : an international journal of the Society for Medical Decision Making. 1994 14(1):1-8.
1993 Oct
Dolan JG, Bordley DR, Miller H. "Diagnostic strategies in the management of acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding: patient and physician preferences." Journal of general internal medicine. 1993 Oct; 8(10):525-9.
1993 Apr
Dolan JG, Bordley DR. "Involving patients in complex decisions about their care: an approach using the analytic hierarchy process." Journal of general internal medicine. 1993 Apr; 8(4):204-9.
1992 Oct
Dick RS, Bordley DR. "Cervical esophageal perforation--a unique presentation." New York state journal of medicine. 1992 Oct; 92(10):446-7.
1992
Dolan JG, Bordley DR. "Using the analytic hierarchy process (AHP) to develop and disseminate guidelines." QRB. Quality review bulletin. 1992 18(12):440-7.
1989
Dolan JG, Bordley DR, Polito R. "Initial management of serious urinary tract infection: epidemiologic guidelines." Journal of general internal medicine. 1989 4(3):190-4.
1987
Bordley DR, Dolan JG, Hall WJ. "Monitoring and improving the content of medical residents' ambulatory care experience: a microcomputer-based method using diagnosis clusters." Journal of general internal medicine. 1987 2(3):174-7.
1986
Dolan JG, Bordley DR, Mushlin AI. "An evaluation of clinicians' subjective prior probability estimates." Medical decision making : an international journal of the Society for Medical Decision Making. 1986 6(4):216-23.
1985 Jun 14
Bordley DR, Mushlin AI, Dolan JG, Richardson WS, Barry M, Polio J, Griner PF. "Early clinical signs identify low-risk patients with acute upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage." JAMA. 1985 Jun 14; 253(22):3282-5.
1984 Sep
Weinstock LB, Brown DR, Bordley DR. "Cavitary pulmonary metastases in a patient with adenocarcinoma of the colon." New York state journal of medicine. 1984 Sep; 84(9):460-1.
1980
Insogna KL, Bordley DR, Caro JF, Lockwood DH. "Osteomalacia and weakness from excessive antacid ingestion." JAMA. 1980 244(22):2544-6.

Books

2007
Bordley DR. "Keeping Pace with the ACGME Outcome Project: Building a Competency-Based Curriculum". A Toolkit for Internal Medicine Education Programs,. : APDIM, 2007.
2007
Bordley DR. "Teaching Clinical Reasoning: A Systematic, Case-Based Approach". A Toolkit for Internal Medicine Chief Residents. : APDIM, 2007.
2005
Bordley DR.. "The ACGME Outcome Project 2005: Building a Competency-Based Curriculum.". A Toolkit for Internal Medicine Education Programs. : APDIM, 2005, 2005.
2002
Bordley DR. "Primer on the ACGME General Competencies". APDIM 2004Program Manual, 7th Edition. : Henderson MC, ed, 2002. 74-85
1999
Black, ER; Bordley DR; Tape TG; Panzer RJ. Diagnostic Strategies for Common Medical Problems. : American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine, Philadelph, 1999.
1999
Bordley DR. "Acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding.". Diagnostic Strategies for Common Medical Problems. : American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine, 1999. 117-126
1999
Sullebarger JT and Bordley DR. "Myocardial infarction". Diagnostic Strategies for Common Medical Problems. : . American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine, Philade, 1999. 61-78
1997
Bordley DR.. "Gastrointestinal bleeding. in Leppert PC and Howard FM, eds.". Primary Care for Women.. : Philadelphia, Lippincott-Raven Publishers, 1997. 385-390
1991
Bordley DR. "Acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding.". Diagnostic Strategies for Common Medical Problems. : Philadelphia, American College of Physicians, 1991. 94-103
1991
Bordley DR.. "Acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding - Estimating prognostic and diagnostic pretest probability". Diagnostic Strategies for Common Medical Problems.. : Philadelphia, American College of Physicians, 1991. 522-524