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Steven V. Angus, M.D.

Associate Professor of Medicine
Designated Institutional Official
Academic Office Location:
Medicine
UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030
Phone: 800-535-6232
860-679-7692

Dr. Angus was born and raised in Connecticut. He received his degree in biology from Yale University and his M.D. degree from Ross University. Dr. Angus completed his residency training in internal medicine at the University of Connecticut and joined the faculty at UConn after completing his chief medical resident year. He is a primary care physician and a designated institutional official.

Education
DegreeInstitutionMajor
B.S.Yale University Biology
M.D.Ross University School of Medicine Medicine

Post-Graduate Training
TrainingInstitutionSpecialty
InternshipUniversity of Connecticut School of MedicineInternal Medicine
ResidencyUniversity of Connecticut School of MedicineInternal Medicine
ResidencyUniversity of Connecticut School of MedicineChief Medical Resident, Internal Medicine Residency Program

Awards
Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
The University of Connecticut School of Medicine Graduate Medical Education Award UConn School of Medicine, Office of Graduate Medical Education
The David S. Frederick Award for Excellence in TeachingInternal Medicine Residency Program
South Park Homeless Clinic Attending Physician AwardUConn School of Medicine
Connecticut Chapter of the American College of Physicians Laureate Award American College of Physicians
Elected to ACP Fellowship ACP
America’s Top Physicians Consumers’ Research Council of America
Faculty Award for Excellence in TeachingUConn Primary Care Residency Program
Medical Student of the YearGriffin Hospital

Dr. Angus teaches at both the medical student and resident levels. He has received several clinical teaching awards from the students and residents he has mentored.

Name & DescriptionCategoryRoleTypeScopeStart YearEnd Year
University of Connecticut Health Center Dean's CouncilAdvisory CommitteeMemberUConn HealthUniversity2013
American Association of Medical Colleges Council of Faculty and Academic Societies Program Planning Committee Advisory CommitteeOtherNational2013
University of Connecticut School of Medicine Education CouncilEducation CommitteeMemberUConn HealthUniversity2012
Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine Survey CommitteeEducation CommitteeMemberNational2010
Faculty Development Advisory CommitteeAdvisory CommitteeMemberUniversity2010
American Association of Medical Colleges Group on Resident AffairsEducation CommitteeMemberOtherNational2010
Operations subcommittee of GMECEducation CommitteeChairUniversity20092014
UConn School of Medicine Admissions CommitteeAdvisory CommitteeInterviewerUConn HealthUniversity2009
Medicine Grand Rounds Planning CommitteeEducation CommitteeActivity DirectorUniversity2009
Health Information Management Committee, John Dempsey HospitalAdvisory CommitteeMemberUConn HealthUniversity20082011
Graduate Medical Education CommitteeEducation CommitteeMemberUniversity2007
American College of Physicians--CT Governor's CouncilProfessional/Scientific OrganizationTreasurerState2007
Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine Evaluation Task ForceEducation CommitteeMemberNational20062010
Education CouncilEducation CommitteeUniversity20052011
Curriculum Committee, Internal Medicine Residency ProgramEducation CommitteeChairUConn HealthNational2003
Scholarly Activity Committee, Internal Medicine Residency ProgramEducation CommitteeChairUConn HealthUniversity2003
Clinical Competency Committee, Internal Medicine Residency ProgramAdvisory CommitteeMemberUConn HealthUniversity2001
South Park Inn Shelter Medical ClinicCommunity ServicePhysician PreceptorExternalLocal

Dr. Angus is participating in two federally-funded grant projects looking at innovative primary care delivery models. He also has an interest in other innovative educational curricula designs including on-line learning and risk management.

Journal Articles

Book Chapters

  • Heart Murmurs
    Andrews, R and Angus, Steven First Exposure to Ambulatory Medicine 2007 Jan;
  • Prostate Cancer Screening
    Angus, Steven First Exposure to Ambulatory Medicine 2007 Jan;

Abstracts

  • Quality Improvement Project to Improve the Rate of Screening Colonoscopy at Internal Medicine Resident Clinics: Results From Two Sites
    Rustagi, T., Stein, A., Diez, L., Andrews, R., and Angus, Steven Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 2011 Jan;

Letters

  • The Reply.
    Angus, Steven; Adams, Michael; Willett, Lisa L; Swenson, Sara L; Chaudhry, Saima I; Halvorsen, Andrew J; Arora, Vineet; McDonald, Furman S The American journal of medicine 2015 Nov;128(11):e43-4

Reviews

Title or AbstractTypeSponsor/EventDate/YearLocation
Academic Health Center Finance 101Plenary LectureCouncil of Faculty and Academic Societies Spring Meeting2017Orlando, FL
Optimizing Implementation of MSPE RecommendationsLectureAmerican Association of Medical Colleges Council of Deans Spring Meeting2017New York, NY
Osteopathic Recognition 101OtherAcademic Internal Medicine Week2017Baltimore, MD
Evaluating Proposals to Reduce Application InflationOtherAcademic Internal Medicine Week2017Baltimore, MD
Application Inflation: Exploring Potential SolutionsPanel DiscussionNational Resident Matching Program’s Transition to Residency Conference2017New Orleans, LA
Measuring Behavioral Signs of Physician Professionalism: The Professionalism Assessment ToolPosterAcademic Internal Medicine Week2017Baltimore, MD
Residency Application Inflation: Challenges and Best Practices in Internal MedicineLectureAlliance for Academic Internal Medicine Skills Development Conference2016National Harbor, MD
A Survey of Knowledge of Optimal Gout Management in an Academic Primary Care SettingPosterAmerican College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting2016Washington, DC
Delivery and Measurement of High Value Cost Conscious Care in Standardized Patient Encounters in an Internal Medicine Residency ProgramPosterAccreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Annual Conference2016National Harbor, MD
The Room of Risk: Enhancing Resident Awareness of Patient Safety Through SimulationPosterAcademic Internal Medicine Week2016Las Vegas, NV
How to Navigate the ACGME MilestonesLectureACOI Congress on Medical Education for Resident Trainers2016Savannah, GA
How to Meet Your Internal Medicine MilestonesPanel DiscussionACOI Congress on Medical Education for Resident Trainers2016Savannah, GA
Teaching Chief Residents Team DevelopmentLectureAcademic Internal Medicine Week2016Las Vegas, NV
Measuring Behavioral Signs of Professionalism: The Professionalism Assessment ToolLectureInternational Conference on Communication in Healthcare2015New Orleans, LA
Electronic Medical Record (EMR)-Based Physician Reminders Improve Colon Cancer Screening at Medicine Resident ClinicsPosterAmerican Gastroenterological Association's Digestive Disease Week2014Chicago, IL
Documentation of Incidental Chest Radiologic Findings at Hospital Discharge - A Quality and Process Improvement ProjectPosterAmerican Thoracic Society International Conference2014San Diego, CA
Preparing for the NAS Self-Study Program: Using your Annual Program Evaluation to Create Effective Program Improvement Projects.Panel DiscussionAAIM Academic Internal Medicine Week2014Nashville, TN
Developing an Outcomes-based Patient Safety and Quality Curriculum for Residents.PosterACGME Annual Educational Conference2014Natinal Harbor, MD
Incorporating a Longitudinal Subspecialty Continuity Clinic into Internal Medicine Training PosterAssociation of Program Directors in Internal Medicine 2013Orlando, FL
Internal Medicine EPAs supported by an Institutional Risk Management Curriculum Miller, Wendy A, Angus, Steven V., Nissen, Jacqueline SPosterThe Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education 2013Orlando, FL
Office-based Medicine Curriculum Promotes Primary Care.PosterAAIM: . Academic Internal Medicine Week2013New Orleans, LA
Assessing Internal Medicine Program Directors’ Readiness to Implement Milestones. PosterAAIM: Academic Internal Medicine Week2013New Orleans, LA
ACP/SGIM/AAIM/APDIM Faculty Development: Session #: Introduction to Milestone-Based Resident Evaluation Session#2: Development and Implementing a Milestone-Based Resident Evaluation Program. Panel DiscussionNew England Regional SGIM meeting2013Yale University, New Haven, CT
ACP/SGIM/AAIM/APDIM Faculty Development: The Northeast Milestone Collaborative Faculty Development ProgramPanel DiscussionNortheast Milestones Collaborative2013Hartford, CT
EPA’s and Residency Milestones: The Sub-Internship as a Model for Bridging the Educational Continuum Presented at the Alliance of Academic Internal Medicine MeetingOtherAlliance for Academic Internal Medicine2012Pheonix, Arizona
Quality Improvement Project to Increase the Rate of Screeining Colonoscopy at Internal Medicine Resident Clinics: Results From Two SitesPosterDigestive Disease Week2011
A Novel Curriculum for Chronic Disease Management in an Internal Medicine Residency Teaching ClinicPosterAssociation of Program Directors in Internal Medicine (APDIM)2011
Measuring the Effectiveness of Risk Management Education with University of Connecticut Residency Programs PosterAcademic Internal Medicine Week2009
A Novel Use of Standardized Patients for Programmatic Evaluation and Practice-based Learning and Improvement. TalkAcademic Internal Medicine Week2009
Developing and Deploying a Web-based Curriculum TalkAlliance for Acedemic Internal Medicine2004
Develpoing an EKG Curriculum for Internal Medicine ResidentsTalkSGIM Workshop 2003