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Stephen Schultz

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionSchool of Medicine and Dentistry
DepartmentFamily Medicine
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 Awards And Honors
1987     Ben Bronstein Endowed Pre-Med Scholarship, University of New Hampshire  | University of New Hampshire
1987     National Science Foundation's Research Experience for Undergraduates Grant, Summer  | National Academy of Sciences
1989     Dartmouth Medical School Dept. of Family & Community Medicine Research Grant, Summer  | Dartmouth Medical School
1990     AAFP Family Medicine Interest Group (FMIG) Leadership Award  | American Academy of Family Physicians FMIG
1993     IHMEC Project Presentation Award  | International Health Medical Education Consortium
1995     STFM Resident as Teacher Award  | Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
1998     AAFP Foundation / Parke-Davis Teacher Development Award  | American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation/Parke Davis
2001     University of Rochester Human Values in Health Care Award for Best Creative Work  | University of Rochester
2003     NYSAFP President's Award  | New York State Academy of Family Physicians
2003     STFM New Faculty Scholar Award  | Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
2007     University of Rochester Human Values in Health Care Award for Best Creative Work  | University of Rochester
2007     AFMRD Program Directors Recognition Award, Bronze Level  | Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors
2008     Provider of the Year Award  | Highland Family Medicine Center
2009     Creative Writing Award  | Board of Trustees, Family Medicine Education Consortium, Inc.
2010     Family Medicine Educator of the Year Award  | New York State Academy of Family Physicians
2010     AFMRD Program Directors Recognition Award, Silver Level  | Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors
2010     Creative Excellence Award  | University of Rochester, Human Values in Health Care
 
 Overview
Steve Schultz, MD, became Program Director in May 2002, having joined the faculty on a part time basis in 1999. He is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire and completed his MD in the Brown-Dartmouth program in 1992. Upon completing the Rochester residency program, he served as chief resident, and then spent a month in Kazan as part of a medical education exchange program.

His first job as a family physician was at Woodward Health Center, a federally funded community health center, where he practiced for five years and participated in the National Health Service Corps loan repayment program. Steve served as the medical director for Elisha House, a community hospice for AIDS patients for seven years. He has been involved in the AAFP since serving on a national commission as a medical student and was on the NYSAFP Board of Directors for two years. He continues to serve on the NYSAFP Commission on Leadership. Steve enjoys writing, and has won the University of Rochester's Human Values in Health Care Award for best creative work in 2001, 2007 and 2010. In 2010, he was also honored by the New York State Academy of Family Physicians as Family Medicine Educator of the Year.

Steve brings an infectious enthusiasm to his projects; a particular area of interest is international health, and he began an International Health Track (IHT) for the residency program during his first year as program director. Steve lives in Rochester's 19th ward with wife, Maeve Cullinane, and their children, Ben, Sarah, and Abigail. They are both active in the Rochester Friends (Quaker) Meeting; as part of the outreach of the Meeting, Steve has attended a worship group in Attica prison once a month since 1996. In his spare time he enjoys tinkering and puttering, hiking, writing, and reading aloud with his family.

 
 Selected Publications
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  1. Lurie SJ, Schultz SH, Lamanna G. Assessing teamwork: a reliable five-question survey. Fam Med. 2011 Nov-Dec; 43(10):731-4.
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  2. Fogarty CT, Schultz S. Team huddles: the role of the primary care educator. Clin Teach. 2010 Sep; 7(3):157-60.
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  3. Schultz SH, North SW, Shields CG. Schizophrenia: a review. Am Fam Physician. 2007 Jun 15; 75(12):1821-9.
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  4. Lebaron SW, Schultz SH. Family medicine in Iran: the birth of a new specialty. Fam Med. 2005 Jul-Aug; 37(7):502-5.
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  5. Schultz SH. Saying goodbye. J Palliat Med. 2005 Feb; 8(1):139-40.
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  6. Epstein RM, Dannefer EF, Nofziger AC, Hansen JT, Schultz SH, Jospe N, Connard LW, Meldrum SC, Henson LC. Comprehensive assessment of professional competence: the Rochester experiment. Teach Learn Med. 2004; 16(2):186-96.
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  7. Schultz SH, Rousseau S. International health training in family practice residency programs. Fam Med. 1998 Jan; 30(1):29-33.
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  8. Schultz S. A piece of my mind. A father's eyes. JAMA. 1994 Apr 20; 271(15):1146.
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