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Janice E. Nevin

Chief Medical Officer
Christiana Care Health System
Administration
501 W. 14th Street, Suite 1181
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 428-4625
jnevin@christianacare.org

Research Interests

  • Project Director. Moving toward culturally effective care, Community Service and Education Grant (CSEG), Christiana Care Health Services, $69,000
  • Program Director. Teen clinic. Jessie Ball Foundation, $136,000 (7/2006-6/2008)

Education/Certification

  • 1990-1992, Fellowship, St. Margaret Memorial Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA, Family Practice Fellow, Faculty Development
  • April 1992, Masters in Public Health, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, Pittsburgh, PA Concentration: Community Health Services
  • 1987-1990, Residency Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, Resident, Family Practice Residency, 1989-1990 Chief Resident, Family Practice Residency
  • 1983-1987, Medical School Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA, Medical Doctor, June 1987, Magna Cum Laude
  • 1981-1982, Rotary International Fellowship, Durham University, England, Research Student: Department of Social Policy
  • 1977-1981, Undergraduate Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, A. B. cum laude in History and Science

Professional Experience

  • 2002 – present Attending, Medical/Dental Staff, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Christiana Care Health Services
  • 2002 – present Faculty, Family Medicine Center, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Christiana Care Health Services
  • 2002- present Attending, Medical Staff, Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children
  • 1992 – 2002 Medical Staff, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
  • 1992-2002 Faculty, Department of Family Medicine, Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
  • 1991-1992 Physician, Russelton Medical Group
  • 1990-1992 Staff Physician, St. Margaret Memorial Hospital, Emergency Department, Pittsburgh, PA
  • 1991 Pharmacotherapist, “Treating Depression in Primary Practice”. Western Psychiatric Institute. Primary Investigator: Dr. Herbert C. Schulberg. Funded by the National Institute of Mental Health
  • Academic Appointment:

  • 2002-Present Associate Professor of Family Medicine Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA
  • 1992-2002 Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA

Recent Publications/Books & Publications

  • Nevin, JE. Ehrenthal, D. Menopause. IN: Women’s Health in Clinical Practice. A. Clouse and K. Sherif Eds; New Jersey, The Humana Press, March 2008;1:29-46.
  • Nevin JE, Paulman, P, Stears J. A Proposal to address the curriculum for the M-4 medical student. Family Medicine 2007;39(1):47-9.
  • Salzman, BE, Nevin, JE, Newman, JH. A Primary Care Approach to the Use and Interpretation of Common Rheumatologic Tests. IN: Clinics in Family Practice: Rheumatology. J. Gill, Guest ed; J. Heather Cullen ed. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders, June 2005; 7(2):335-58.
  • Martin JC. Avant RF, Bowman MA, Bucholtz JR. Dickinson JR. Evans KL. Green LA. Henley DE. Jones WA,. Matheny SC. Nevin JE. Panther SL. Puffer JC. Roberts RG. Rodgers DV. Sherwood RA. Stange KC. Weber CW. Future of Family Medicine Project Leadership Committee. The future of family medicine; a collaborative project of the family medicine community. Ann Fam Med March/April 2004; 2:S3-S32.
  • Wender, RC, Nevin, JE, Editors. Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice: Preventive Medicine. W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia. September 2002;29(3):xiii-xiv.

Grants

  • 2006-2008 Project Director. Teen clinic. Jessie Ball Foundation, $136,000 (7/2006-6/2008)
  • 2005-2006 Project Director. Moving toward culturally effective care, Community Service and Education Grant (CSEG), Christiana Care Health Services, 69,000
  • 2003- 2006 Project Director. Faculty Development in Primary Care, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Professions, Training in Primary Care Medicine and Dentistry. “Preparing Primary Care Physicians for Future Practice” 7/01/2003 thru 6/30/2006)
    Total Funding: $580,000
  • 2003 Prescribing Healthy Behaviors, RWJ Foundation, not funded.
  • 2002 Impact Prescriptions: Prescribing Patterns in Family Practice Residents
    Total Funding: $15,000
  • 2000 Obstetrics Training in Family Practice Residency Programs. Survey of all Programs Directors. Presented at the AFPRD Program Directors Workshop, June 2001. Research project.
  • 1999 Project Director. Preparing Physicians for evidence-based practice in underserved populations (PREP UP) Human Resources and Services Administration, Residency Training Grant. Approved. $352,715
  • 1998 Preparing physicians to care for vulnerable populations in the 21st century. Human Resources and Services Administration, Residency Training Grant, Approved, but not funded.
  • 1997 Preparing physicians to care for vulnerable populations in the 21st century. Human Resources and Services Administration, Residency Training Grant, Approved, but not funded.
  • 1995 Project Director. Meeting the maternal child health needs of underserved communities. Human Resources and Services Administration, Residency Training Grant.
    Total funding: $434,744
  • 1994 Principal Investigator. An Office based intervention to reduce falls at home in the elderly. American Academy of Family Physicians.
    Total Funding: $20,000
  • 1991 Principal Investigator. A Primary prevention program to decrease home hazards related to falling in the elderly. Pennsylvania Family Health Foundation.
    Total Funding: $2,000

Honors & Awards

  • 2009 Physician Ambassador Award, Christiana Care Health System, Wilmington, DE
  • 1986-present Alpha Omega Alpha Society
    1986, Elected President, Junior Year, Jefferson Medical College
  • 1998 Outstanding Teacher of the Year, Jefferson Family Practice Residency Program
  • 1997 College of Physicians of Philadelphia
  • 1997 Liberty Bell Award, City of Philadelphia, Mayor Ed Rendell
  • 1993 Class of 1987 Speaker, 5th Year Reunion, Jefferson Medical College
  • 1991 Mark A. Connelly, MD, Research Day Award,
    Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians, Best Overall Presentation and Best Fellow Presentation
  • 1987 Arthur Krieger Memorial Prize in Family Medicine, Jefferson Medical College
  • 1987 William Potter Memorial Prize in Clinical Medicine, Jefferson Medical College
  • 1987 Janet Glasgow Achievement Citation, Jefferson Medical College
  • 1987 Honorable Mention, J. Woodrow Savacool Prize in Medical Ethics, Jefferson
    Medical College
  • 1985 Hobart Hare Honor Society (Internal Medicine), Jefferson Medical College
  • 1981 Elizabeth Cary Agassiz Scholar, Harvard University

Professional Membership

  • Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, 1986-present
  • American Academy of Family Physicians, 1986-present
  • American Medical Association, 1992-present
  • Association of Departments of Family Medicine, 2004-present
    Vice Chair, Legislative Committee 2006-2007
  • Delaware Academy of Medicine, 2003-present
  • Medical Society of Delaware, 2002-present
  • New Castle County Medical Society, 2002-present
  • Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, 1991-present
  • Association of Family Practice Residency Directors, 1995-present
  • Delaware Academy of Family Physicians, 2002-present
  • College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 1997-2003
  • Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physician, 1986-2002

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