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Patricia M. Joyce, M.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Academic Office Location:
Pediatrics
UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030-7130
Phone: 860-714-2663
Fax: 860-714-8997
Education
DegreeInstitutionMajor
B.S.Fairfield UniversityBiology
M.D.University of Connecticut School of MedicineMedicine

Post-Graduate Training
TrainingInstitutionSpecialty
ResidencyUniversity of Connecticut Primary Care Pediatrics

Awards
Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
Clinical Medicine Course Teaching Award
McNeill Spot Teaching Award
Professional Service Award, First female recipientFairfield University Alumni Association

Journal Articles

Book Chapters

  • Psychosocial Pediatrics
    NMS Pediatrics

Abstracts

  • Anemia among 18 to 36 month year-old children in Hartford, CT
    Moran, D., A. Ferris, M. Campbell, R. Crowell, R. Pérez-Escamilla, H. Slivka, G. Burke, C. Orkin, B. Bernstein, and P. Joyce Proc. Exp. Biology
  • Comparative Effectiveness of Zinc Protoporphyrin and Hemoglobin Concentrations in Identifying Iron Deficiency in a Group of Low-Income, Preschool-Aged Children: Practical Implications of Recent Illness
    Rebecca Crowell, Ann M. Ferris, Richard J. Wood, Patricia Joyce, and Hilda Slivka Pediatrics 118224-232
  • Hunger and Child Health in Puerto Rico and Hartford: A Comparison of Children at Different Levels of Food Insecurity
    Pati, S., A. Brana, P. Joyce, J. Lewis Connecticut Medicine 61(8):463
Title or AbstractTypeSponsor/EventDate/YearLocation
How to Make Brief Structured Observation Work for YouTalkCOMSEP2009Baltimore, Maryland
Integrating Medical Student and Resident Community ExperiencesTalkCOMSEP2009Atlanta, Georgia
Addressing Health Disparities through Community-University PartnershipsTalkCOMSEP2008Atlanta, Georgia
How to Succeed at Failing TalkCOMSEP2007San Antonio, Texas
The Hartford Anemia Project: A University and Community Partnership not Looking for an Easy AnswerTalkNutrition Connections. USDA/FNS2003Washington D.C.
Designing Remedial Programs for Unsuccessful Pediatric StudentsTalkCOMSEP2003Denver, Colorado
Introduction to Pediatrics Using Patient InstructorsPosterAmbulatory Pediatric Association Annual Meeting2000Boston, Massachusetts
Evaluating Outcomes of Service LearningTalkCommunity Partnerships in Health Professions Education1996Boston, Massachusetts
Community-Based Curricula: Three Schools’ ExperiencesTalkCommunity Partnerships in Health Professions Education1996Boston, Massachusetts
Putting Prevention into the Teaching of Clinical PreventionTalkPrevention1996Dallas, Texas
Maintaining the Community as a Priority in Curriculum ChangeTalkThe Role of the University in Health Research for Development1995Madras, India
Adolescent Parent and Infant Program: A Health Care AlternativeTalkInternational Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect1984Montreal, Canada