James Moore, MD, Assistant Professor and Clerkship Director/Bristol Center

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Dr. Moore is a lifelong Ohioan and graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, where he received his B.A. in zoology in 1995. He then attended Ohio State University College of Medicine to earn an M.D. degree and moved his family to Bristol to enter the Bristol Family Practice Residency. As a second year resident Dr. Moore was selected to serve as Chief Resident and in his third year was chosen to receive the Bristol program's "Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Resident Teacher of the Year Award." Dr. Moore completed his residency in June 2002 and joined the faculty at Bristol in August, because "Bristol is 'a good place to live' and the family practice center is a great place to work." Dr. Moore and his wife are the parents of five beautiful children and in his free time he enjoys playing with the children, hiking, fly-fishing, Bible study, and watching Ohio State football (2002 National Champs)! Dr. Moore can be reached at .

 

  

 

Scholarly Activities

2013

Papers, Abstracts and/or Poster Presentations


Cochella, S, Moore J, Steiner, B.  Strengthening your clerkship using STFM's National Clerkship Curriculum.  Presented at the STFM Medical Student Education Conference.  January 2013.  San Antonio, Texas.

2012

Papers, Abstracts and/or Poster Presentations: 

Regional or National

Brummel M, Blackwelder R, Fox B, Stockwell G, and Moore J. Rapid resident skills evaluation using the integrated OSCE. Presented at the 45th Annual Spring Conference, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM). April 26, 2012; Seattle, Washington.

Vaughn LM, Pharm D, Cross LB, BCACP, CDE, Flores E, Pharm D, BCPS, Bossaer L, Pharm D, BCPS, and Moore J, MD. Interprofessional Home Visits and Identification of Medication Errors During a Family Medicine Clerkship. Presented at Primary Care Research Day. February 2, 2011; Johnson City, TN.

2010

Papers, Abstracts and/or Poster Presentations:
Regional and National

Franko J, Bennard B, Lang F, Floyd MR, Moore J, and Hixson C. Implementing a skills development program for international medical graduates seeking entry into US residency programs. Presented at the 43rd Annual Spring Conference, Society of Teachers in Family Medicine (STFM). April 26, 2010; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. PDF

2008

Invited Presentations:

Moore J, Blackwelder RB, Hooks M, Loyd S, Mills D, Smalligan R, Smith JK and Kwasigroch T. String of pearls. Presented at: East Tennessee State University; April 18, 2008; Johnson City, TN.