Lindsay Mazotti, MD
- Education and Training
BA, with honors, Stanford University
MD with Thesis, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)
Residency, Internal Medicine/Primary Care, USCF
Dr. Lindsay Mazotti’s medical career has incorporated medical practice and medical education. She has written and created teaching aids, articles, posters, books, and chapters within books that revolve around her main areas of focus: caring for patients and educating future physicians. Dr. Mazotti’s influence reaches into areas such as undergraduate medical education, graduate medical education, longitudinal integrated clerkships, student assessment, patient-centered care, curriculum development, leadership, and faculty development.
- Prior Positions (selected)
- 2007-2010PhysicianUCSF Division of Hospital Medicine, Department of Medicine2007-2010Curricular Steward, PISCES Longitudinal Integrated ClerkshipUCSF School of Medicine2007-2014Assistant Clinical Professor of MedicineUCSF2008-2010Clerkship Co-Director, PISCES Longitudinal Integrated ClerkshipUCSF School of Medicine2010-2016Clerkship DirectorUCSF-Kaiser Permanente Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (KLIC)2010-presentPhysicianKaiser Permanente East Bay, Division of Hospital Based Medicine, Department of Medicine2011-2016Physician Lead, Faculty DevelopmentKaiser Permanente East Bay Medical Center2014-presentAssociate Clinical Professor of MedicineUCSF2016-presentAssistant Physician-in-Chief, Education and DevelopmentKaiser Permanente East Bay Medical Center2016-presentMember, Executive Curriculum Committee and Curriculum CommitteeKaiser Permanente School of Medicine
- Honors and Awards (selected)
- 2007T.E.A.C.H. Award for Outstanding TeachingUCSF School of Medicine Class of 20072008NomineeClass of 2011 Essential Core Teaching Award2012UCSF Academy of Medical EducatorsUCSF2013Kaiser Permanente East Bay College of Academic PhysiciansKaiser Permanente East Bay2016Alpha Omega Alpha USCF Chapter Alumni AwardUCSF School of Medicine Class of 2016
- Publications (selected)
Peer-reviewed research manuscripts (selected)
Hauer K, Mazotti L, O’Brien B, Hemmer PA, Tong L. Faculty verbal evaluations reveal strategies used to promote medical student performance. Med Educ Online 2011;16.
Poncelet A, Mazotti L, Wamsley M, et al. Creating a longitudinal integrated clerkship (LIC) with mutual benefits for an academic medical center and a community health system. Perm J 2014 Spring;18(2):50-56.
Worley P, et al and CLIC Research Collaborative (Mazotti L). A typology of longitudinal integrated clerkships. Medical Education 2016;50(9):922-32.
Riegels N, Asher E, Cartwright J, Chow J, Lee E, Nordstrom M, Schneider A, Schwarz M, Zarin-Pass M, Mazotti L. Listening beyond auscultating: A quality initiative to improve HCAHPS communication scores. (submitted)
Bernstein J, Drowos J, Ziv T, Wood S, Mazotti L, Whitlock S, Galvin S, Latessa R. Delivering faculty development to community-based faculty in longitudinal integrated clerkships by texting brief podcasts: A pilot study. (submitted)