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Jeffrey A. Morzinski PhD

Jeffrey A. Morzinski PhD

Associate Professor

Institution: Medical College of Wisconsin
Department: Family Medicine
Division: Academic
Program: Interdisciplinary Medical Students


Methodologies and Techniques

  • Health Care Coalitions
  • Organizational Analysis
  • Motivation for Behavioral Change
  • Leadership Positions

  • Director, Professional Development Division, Dept of Family & Community Medicine
  • Course Director, Leadership in Academic Health Care (four-part series)
  • Chair, 2013 Medical Student Education Conference, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
  • Past Chair, Group on Faculty Development, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
  • Educational Expertise

  • Education, Continuing
  • Education, Public Health Professional
  • Healthy People Programs
  • Mentors
  • Physical Fitness
  • Faculty Development
  • Community Partnerships

  • VA & Veteran Service Organizations in SE Wisconsin
  • Elder Community Health in Milwaukee Churches (multiple partners)
  • A Healthy GYM: Guiding Youth Movement in a Faith Based Community
  • Publications

  • Clinical clerkship students' perceptions of (un)safe transitions for every patient. (Koch PE, Simpson D, Toth H, Marcdante K, Densmore E, Young S, Weisgerber M, Morzinski JA, Havas N) Acad Med 2014 Mar;89(3):477-81 PMID 24448048
  • Training lay volunteers to promote health in central-city African American churches. (Ellis JL, Morzinski JA) J Christ Nurs 2013 Apr-Jun;30(2):112-6 PMID 23607160
  • Training community-engaged researchers. (Bradford L, Eldredge CE, Morzinski JA) Acad Med 2013 Feb;88(2):154 PMID 23361025
  • Improving the value of CME: impact of an evidence-based CME credit designation on faculty and learners. (Davis NL, Lawrence SL, Morzinski JA, Radjenovich ME) Fam Med 2009 Nov-Dec;41(10):735-40 PMID 19882398
  • The influence of double-credit evidence-based continuing medical education on presenters and learners. (Lawrence SL, Morzinski JA, Radjenovich ME) WMJ 2008 Jul;107(4):181-6 PMID 18702434
  • The influence of academic projects on the professional socialization of family medicine faculty. (Morzinski JA) Fam Med 2005 May;37(5):348-53 PMID 15883901
  • Mentors, colleagues, and successful health science faculty: lessons from the field. (Morzinski JA) J Vet Med Educ 2005;32(1):5-11 PMID 15834815
  • Outcomes of a comprehensive faculty development program for local, full-time faculty. (Morzinski JA, Simpson DE) Fam Med 2003 Jun;35(6):434-9 PMID 12817872
  • A new program to reward and retain volunteer clinical faculty at the Medical College of Wisconsin. (Morzinski JA, Gaebler-Uhing C, Anderson RC) WMJ 2003;102(2):34-7 PMID 12754906
  • Logic modeling: a tool for improving educational programs. (Morzinski JA, Montagnini ML) J Palliat Med 2002 Aug;5(4):566-70 PMID 12353497
  • A nationwide study of the influence of faculty development programs on colleague relationships. (Morzinski JA, Fisher JC) Acad Med 2002 May;77(5):402-6 PMID 12010696
  • Evaluating faculty development outcomes by using curriculum vitae analysis. (Morzinski JA, Schubot DB) Fam Med 2000 Mar;32(3):185-9 PMID 10726219
  • Fellowship program results applied locally. (Morzinski JA, Meurer L) Fam Med 1999 Sep;31(8):533 PMID 10489632
  • Published literature on faculty development programs. (Meurer LN, Morzinski JA) Fam Med 1997 Apr;29(4):248-50 PMID 9110159
  • A descriptive, cross-sectional study of formal mentoring for faculty. (Morzinski JA, Diehr S, Bower DJ, Simpson DE) Fam Med 1996 Jun;28(6):434-8 PMID 8791073
  • Translating family medicine's educational expertise into academic success. (Lindemann JC, Beecher AC, Morzinski JA, Simpson DE) Fam Med 1995 May;27(5):306-9 PMID 7628650
  • Faculty development through formal mentoring. (Morzinski JA, Simpson DE, Bower DJ, Diehr S) Acad Med 1994 Apr;69(4):267-9 PMID 8155228
  • A call to increase the accessibility of medical education information. (Simpson DE, Morzinski JA, Biernat KA) Acad Med 1993 May;68(5):355 PMID 8338529
  • Grants and Awards

  • One Hundred Healthy, At-Risk Families (#9510151 01/01/2013 - 12/31/2014) Sponsor: AHW-Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program
  • Primary Care Training and Enhancement (PCTE) Physician Faculty Development in Primary Care Program (#9207169 09/30/2011 - 09/29/2016) Sponsor: HHS Health Resources and Services Administration
  • A Collaborative Response to Reduce Binge Drinking in Rural Wisconsin Communities (#9510154 01/01/2014 - 12/31/2015) Sponsor: AHW-Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program