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Courtney A. Green, M.D.,MAEd

Courtney A. Green, M.D.,MAEd

Chief Resident (PGY-5)
General Surgery

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  • Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO, B.A., 2007
  • University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, M.D., 2013
  • University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, MAEd, 2017
  • General Surgery
  • Surgical Education
  • Robotic Surgery

Courtney A. Green, M.D., MAEd is a general surgery resident at UCSF. She has been involved in surgical education research and development for over 7 years. Dr. Green has a B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis and received her M.D. from University of Minnesota in 2013. She completed a master's degree in health profession's education at the Department of Education at UC Berkeley in 2017.

 

 

  • Surgical Education Research Fellowship, Association of Surgical Education, 2017-2018
  • Gold Humanism Honors, University of Minnesota, 2013
  • Association of Women's Surgeons Starr Poster Award, Chicago, IL, 2012
  • American College of Surgeons Medical Student Presentation/Poster Award, Washington, D.C., 2010
Courtney A. Green, M.D's research interests involve how to improve surgical curricula to appropriately train future surgical leaders. This necessitates investigation into the components required for both technical and conceptual skill acquisition in the field of surgery. Additionally, she is interested in understanding how new technologies can augment surgical training and lead to better patient care.
Resident shown in bold. Research Mentor(s) shown in GREEN.
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  1. Green CA, Chu SN, Huang E, Chern H, O'Sullivan P. Teaching in the robotic environment: Use of alternative approaches to guide operative instruction. Am J Surg. 2020 01; 219(1):191-196. View in PubMed
  2. Green CA, Mahuron KM, Harris HW, O'Sullivan PS. Integrating Robotic Technology Into Resident Training: Challenges and Recommendations From the Front Lines. Acad Med. 2019 10; 94(10):1532-1538. View in PubMed
  3. Green CA, O'Sullivan PS, Chern H. A robotic teaching session: separating tool from technique to emphasize a cognitive focused teaching environment. J Robot Surg. 2019 Dec; 13(6):735-739. View in PubMed
  4. Green CA, Abrahamson D, Chern H, O'Sullivan PS. Is Robotic Surgery Highlighting Critical Gaps in Resident Training? J Grad Med Educ. 2018 Oct; 10(5):491-493. View in PubMed
  5. Green CA, O'Sullivan PS, Sarin A, Chern H. Microanalysis of video from a robotic surgical procedure: implications for observational learning in the robotic environment. J Robot Surg. 2019 Jun; 13(3):449-454. View in PubMed
  6. Green CA, Kim EH, O'Sullivan PS, Chern H. Using Technological Advances to Improve Surgery Curriculum: Experience With a Mobile Application. J Surg Educ. 2018 Jul - Aug; 75(4):1087-1095. View in PubMed
  7. Green CA, Chern H, O'Sullivan PS. Current robotic curricula for surgery residents: A need for additional cognitive and psychomotor focus. Am J Surg. 2018 Feb; 215(2):277-281. View in PubMed
  8. Green CA, Huang E, Zhao NW, O'Sullivan PS, Kim E, Chern H. Technical skill improvement with surgical preparatory courses: What advantages are reflected in residency? Am J Surg. 2018 07; 216(1):155-159. View in PubMed
  9. Courtney A. Green, Hueylan Chern, Ankit Sarin, Patricia O'Sullivan. A Microanalysis of Intracorporeal Video from a Robotic Surgery: Investigation into a Surgeon's Professional Vision. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 2017 Oct 1; 225(4):e149-e150. View in PubMed
  10. Courtney A. Green, Patricia O’Sullivan, Edward Kim, Hueylan Chern. Role of Video Documentation and Video Portfolios for Surgical Trainees. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 2017 Oct 1; 225(4):s180-s181. View in PubMed
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  1. Green, CA, Kim, EH, O'Sullivan, PS, Chern, H. Evaluation of a Surgery-Based Adjunct Course for Medical Students Entering Surgical Residencies. Resident Education Oral Session, 10th Annual Academic Surgical Congress, February 4, 2014, Las Vegas, NV. 
  2. Green CA, Antonoff MB, Swanson JA, D'Cunha J. Competency-based Preparation of Senior Medical Students for Residency Training: 2-year Cumulative Analysis of a Model Preparatory Course. Association of Women Surgeons Starr Poster Session, AWS Fall Conference, September 30, 2012. Chicago, IL. 
  3. Green CA, Antonoff MB, Swanson JA, D'Cunha J. Preparing Medical Students for Residency Training: 2-year Cumulative Analysis of a Model Preparatory Course. Department of Surgery Research Day, University of Minnesota, June 11th, 2012. Minneapolis, MN 
  4. Green CA, Antonoff MB, Swanson JA, D'Cunha J. Preparing Medical Students for Residency Training: 2-year Cumulative Analysis of a Model Preparatory Course. Minnesota Surgical Society, Spring 2012 Meeting. May 4, 2012. St. Paul, MN. 
  5. Green CA, Antonoff MB, Swanson,JA, Maddaus MA, D'Cunha J. Preparing Medical Students for Residency Training: Cumulative Analysis of a Model Preparatory Course. 11th Annual Alfred F. Michael Student Research Colloquium, University of Minnesota, February 28, 2012. Minneapolis, MN. 
  6. Green, CA, Antonoff MB, Swanson, JA, Maddaus MA, D'Cunha J. Improving Surgical Resident Duty-Hour Compliance: Significant Impact of an Intern Preparatory Course. Department of Surgery Research Day, University of Minnesota, June 13th, 2011. Minneapolis, MN 
  7. Green CA, Antonoff MB, Maddaus MA, D'Cunha J. Impact of a competency-based curriculum for senior medical students entering a surgical internship. University of Minnesota Medical School Research Day, March 14th, 2011. Minneapolis, MN. 
  8. Green CA, Antonoff MB, Maddaus MA, Reihsen TE, Sweet R, D'Cunha J. Development and implementation of a simulation-based critical skills course for PGY-1 surgical interns: mid-term analysis. University of Minnesota Medical School Summer Symposium, January 21st, 2011. Minneapolis, MN. 
  9. Green CA, Antonoff MB, Maddaus MA, Reihsen TE, Sweet R, D'Cunha J. Development and implementation of a simulation-based critical skills course for PGY-1 surgical interns: mid-term analysis. American College of Surgeons, Division of Education Medical Student Program, October 4th, 2010. Washington, D.C 
  10. Green CA, Antonoff MB, James M, Mitiek M, Andrade RS, Maddaus MA, Beilman GJ, D'Cunha J. Necrotizing mediastinitis: decreasing mortality through a systematic approach. University of Minnesota Department of Surgery's Research Day Forum, Minneapolis, MN. June 15, 2010. Minneapolis, MN 
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