Glenda Stockwell, PhD, Assistant Professor and Clinical Psychologist/Kingsport Center

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Dr. Stockwell serves as Clinical Psychologist with the department's Kingsport residency program, East Tennessee State University Family Physicians of Kingsport. Dr. Stockwell completed both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Indiana State University in Terre Haute, receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology, and her Master's Degree in Counseling. Dr. Stockwell completed her doctoral studies at Indiana State, receiving her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology. While completing a Pre-Doctoral Psychology Internship at the Danville Veteran's Affairs Medical Center, Dr. Stockwell served as Assistant Professor on the faculty of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana. After receipt of her doctoral degree, Dr. Stockwell returned to Saint Mary's, where she assumed the position of Chair of the Department of Psychology, Theology, and Philosophy, and served as Assistant Professor and Academic Advisor. Dr. Stockwell left Saint-Mary's to maintain a private Psychologist practice in Terre Haute for eight years. While in private practice, Dr. Stockwell served as a member of the Adjunct Faculty for both the Counseling Psychology program at ISU, and the Humanities Department of the Rose Hulman Institute of Technology, also in Terre Haute. Dr. Stockwell returned to full-time academic medicine in 1999 as Behavioral Science Coordinator for the Union Hospital Family Practice Residency Program, a position that entailed administrative, teaching, and consultation and clinical responsibilities, until joining the ETSU faculty. Dr. Stockwell's research interests include physician well-being, teaching empathy in residency, effective methods for establishing patient/doctor relationship and visual imagery in medical settings. Dr. Stockwell can be reached at .

 

 

Scholarly Activities

2013

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

Fox BA, Stockwell G. Goal directed learning: early assessment, graduated responsibility, and individualized education plans for family medicine first year residents. Presented at American Academy of Family Physicians, Program Directors Workshop, April 2013, Kansas City, MO.

2012

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

Bockhorst P, and Stockwell G, Harris E. Resident applicant structured evaluation: One evolving strategy. Presented at the 45th Annual Spring Conference, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM). April 28, 2012; Seattle, Washington.

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.

2011

Papers, Abstracts and/or Poster Presentation: 

Regional and National

Lang, F, Floyd, M and Stockwell, G.   Addressing the Ten Most Challenging Communication Moments in Caring for Patients With Cancer. Seminar presented at the 44th STFM Annual Spring Conference, April 27-May 1, 2011, New Orleans, LA.

2010

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

Stockwell G, Fox B and Blackwelder R. Goal-directed learning: Early assessment and individualized education plans for family medicine interns. Presented at the 43rd Annual Spring Conference, Society of Teachers in Family Medicine (STFM). April 25, 2010; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. PDF

Lang F, Floyd MR, Tudiver F and Stockwell G. Using cancer patient stories to "power" communication modules. Presented at the 43rd Annual Spring Conference, Society of Teachers in Family Medicine (STFM). April 26, 2010; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. PDF

2008

Papers, Abstracts and/or Poster Presentations:

Regional and National

Lang F, Floyd M, Stockwell G and Bennard B. Guidelines and strategies for meeting challenging situations encountered when teaching communication skills. Presented at: 41st STFM's Annual Spring Conference as a Presentation Lecture-Discussion; April 30-May 4, 2008; Baltimore, MD.

Workshops and Paper Presentations

Lang, F., Floyd, M., Stockwell, G. and Bennard, B. Guidelines and Strategies for Meeting Challenging Situations Encountered When Teaching Communications Skills (ID: 8787). Accepted as lecture-discussion presentation at the 41st STFM Annual Spring Conference, April 30 - May 4, 2008, Baltimore, MD.

Lang, F., Floyd, M., Stockwell, G. and  Bennard, B. Guidelines and Strategies for Meeting Challenging Situations Encountered When Teaching Communications Skills (ID: 8787). Accepted as lecture-discussion presentation at the 41st STFM Annual Spring Conference, April 30 - May 4, 2008, Baltimore, MD.

2007

Papers, Abstracts and/or Poster Presentations:

Regional and National

Lecture Presentation at the Salem, VA Veteran Affairs Hospital, Salem, VA on 9/9 to 9/11/07.

Presented lecture at the 28th Behavioral Science Presentation a t the STFM conference in Chicago, IL on 9/26/07 to 9/30/07.

Invited Presentations:

Society of Teachers of Family Medicine 40th Annual Spring Conference on Families and Health, April 27th, 2007, in Chicago, IL. Presented a workshop entitled, "Ceremony and Celebration: Recreating Family Medicine Residency".

2006

Papers, Abstracts and/or Poster Presentations:

Regional and National

"The Challenges of the 360 Degree Evaluations" presented at the 3rd Annual Primary Care Research Day 9/9/06 at ETSU Quillen College of Medicine.

Kemp, E., White, C., Click, I., Stockwell, G., Bajaj, J., Acharya, D. and Floyd, M., "The Extent of Symptoms of Depression among Patients Seeking Primary Care Treatment in Three Family Medicine Residency Clinics"

Invited Presentations:

"Medication, Allergy and Adverse Drug Event Discrepancies in Ambulatory Care" 39th Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) Conference, San Francisco, CA April 25, 2006 - April 30, 2006

Other Scholarly Activities:

Attended the 27th Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine Conference(STFM) held in Chicago, IL on September 13-17, 2006