Jack Woodside, Jr., MD, Associate Professor/Johnson City Center

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Dr. Woodside was raised in Northern Virginia and studied physics at the University of Virginia and medicine at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. He is board certified in anesthesiology and have practiced as a faculty member at the University of North Carolina as well as in private practice. He completed his family medicine residency at the East Tennessee State University Kingsport Family Practice Center. Dr. Woodside's professional interest is in chemical dependence, including smoking cessation. He and his wife, Jane have three children: Jessica, Chris, and Nick. The family enjoys the outdoor activities here in East Tennessee: hiking, skiing (downhill and cross-country), rock climbing, and whitewater canoeing. Dr. Woodside can be reached at .

 

 

 

 

Scholarly Activities

2012

Papers, Abstracts and/or Poster Presentations:

Regional and National

Woodside JR and Click, I.  "The Healer's Art Course:  An Opportunity for Medical Students Reflection on Self Care.  Presented at the 33rd Annual FORUM for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine Promoting Well-being and Reflection among Medical Professionals.  September 27-30, 2012.

2010

Peer Reviewed Publications

Woodside, J. Reviewed 2 submissions for the Journal of Graduate Medical Education.

Papers, Abstracts and/or Poster Presentations:

Regional and National

Woodside J. Opioid detoxification during pregnancy. Presented at Maternal Substance Abuse Conference. November 3, 2010; Johnson City, TN.

Woodside J and Floyd M. Effectiveness of buprenorphine in the treatment of prescription narcotic dependency and the doctor patient relationship. Presented at 31st Forum for the Behavioral Sciences in Family Medicine. September 24, 2010; Chicago, IL.

2009

Papers, Abstracts and/or Poster Presentations:

Regional and National

Floyd MR, Gorniewicz J, Woodside J, Webb J, Bennard B, Click I, Visser P and Wood A. Physicians' perceptions of training needs to address substance use disorders within primary care settings. Presented at: The Behavioral Science Forum's 30th Annual Meeting; September 24-27, 2009; Chicago, IL.

Invited Presentations:

Floyd M and Woodside J. Physician burnout and stress management. Presented at: The Keystone Transition to Residency Course, James H. Quillen College of Medicine, East Tennessee State University; April 1, 2009; Johnson City, TN.

Woodside J. Physician Wellness, Grand Rounds, ETSU Dept. of Surgery, Johnson City, TN, Jan. 23, 2009.

Other Scholarly Activities:

Woodside J. Reviewed manuscript for Substance Abuse Journal.

Woodside J. Reviewed manuscript for Biomed Central Journal.

Woodside J. Reviewed manuscript for Journal of Graduate Medical Education ACGME, July, 2009.
received barriers. 2009;in press.