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Laurie C. Caines, M.D.

Assistant Professor, Medicine
Academic Office Location:
Medicine
UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030
Phone: 800-535-6232
860-679-7692
Education
DegreeInstitutionMajor
M.D.University of Connecticut School of MedicineMedicine

Post-Graduate Training
TrainingInstitutionSpecialty
InternshipBeth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterInternal Medicine
ResidencyBeth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterInternal Medicine
ResidencyBeth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterChief Medical Resident

Awards
Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
Connecticut State Medical Society Award
American Medical Women’s Association Award
I am an internist at Internal Medicine Associates in Farmington, Connecticut.
After completion of my residency, I served as Chief Resident at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. I taught multiple key components of the intern ambulatory curriculum that year as well as the quality improvement curriculum for the residents. I also taught the Patient-Doctor II Course for Harvard Medical Students during that year. I am currently the section leader for the Principles of Clinical Medicine 1 Course and one of the teachers within the course as well. I am also a preceptor in the Internal Medicine Residency Program at UCONN in the General Medicine Clinic.
Name & DescriptionCategoryRoleTypeScopeStart YearEnd Year
Education Council CommitteeAdvisory CommitteeMemberUniversity2014
Clinical Collaboration CommitteeProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalNational2012
Clinical Medicine Course Steering CommitteeProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalNational2010
Migrant Farm Workers ClinicCommunity ServicePhysician PreceptorUConn HealthState2010
South Park Inn Shelter Medical ClinicCommunity ServicePhysician PreceptorExternalRegional2010
Society of General Internal MedicineProfessional/Scientific OrganizationPast MemberExternalNational
I have done research in the domain of residency program quality improvement. I most recently studied patients lost to follow-up after residents completed their training program in order to improve this process in the residency program. The study was published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine and presented at the Society of General Internal Medicine National Meeting in 2010.

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Case Reports