Jacqueline Raetz, MD
Associate Professor, Family Medicine

e-mail: jraetz@uw.edu


Biographical Profile

Dr. Raetz is an Associate Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Washington. She provides full-spectrum family medicine including inpatient and outpatient care, obstetrics, nursing home care and palliative care. She holds a certificate of added qualifications in geriatrics and palliative care. She attended medical school at Duke University, residency at the University of Washington and completed at geriatrics fellowship at Swedish Hospital in Seattle, Washington. She is a member of University of Washington Family Medicine Residency faculty and also holds clinical appointments in Long Term Care and Palliative Care.


Teaching Interests & Roles

Advance Directives

Nursing Home Work Force

Transitional Care

Faculty Peer Mentoring

Geriatrics

Care of Complex Patients

Prenatal Care


Research Interests & Roles

Advance Directives

Nursing Home Work Force

Transitional Care

Faculty Peer Mentoring

Geriatrics

Care of Complex Patients


Scholarly Work

Manuscripts in Refereed Journals

1. Rasheed A, Herndon J, Stenzel T, Raetz J, etal. Molecular Markers of Prognosis in Astrocytic Tumors. Cancer. 2002;94(10):2688-97.

2. Raetz J, Luft E. Monitoring Therapy for Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease, American Family Physician. 2007;75(11):1703-4.

3. Raetz J, Osborn J. Nursing Home Practice Among Recent Family Medicine Residency Graduates. Fam Med 2013;45(8):576-9.

4. Raetz J. A Non Drug Approach to Dementia. J Fam Pract. 2013;62(10):550-554.

5. Raetz J. Review: Two Online Curricula on Transitions of Care. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2013; 61(12), 2199-2202.

6. Osborn J, Raetz J, Kost A. Seasonal Affective Disorder, grief reaction, and adjustment disorder. Med Clin North Am. 2014 Sept:98(5):1065-77.

7. Capone J, Raetz J. Pharmaceutical Treatment for Anxiety in the Institutionalized Elderly. Evidence Based Practice. 2015:18(1):14.

8. Raetz JG, Wick KH. Common Questions About Pressure Ulcers. Am Fam Physician. 2015 Nov 15;92(10):888-94.

9. Osborn J, Raetz J, Huntington J, Overstreet F, Ross V, Charles C, Mauksch L. A Curriculum on Care for Complex Patients: Resident Perspectives. Fam Med 2015;48(1):35-43.

10. Raetz J, Unwin B, Andrilla CHA. Attitudes and Barriers Encountered in Training Family Medicine Residents in Nursing Home Care: A National Survey of Program Directors: A CERA Study. Fam Med 2016;48(4):309-3013.


Peer-reviewed Online Curricula

1. Raetz J. eMedRef: Physiology of Aging. Family Physicians Inquiries Network. Published March 2007. http://hdl.handle.net/10355/13434

2. Raetz J. Male Sexual Dysfunction, PEPID Primary Care Plus Ambulatory Care. Published July 2007. http://www.pepid.com/?gclid=CJyTn52Vv8UCFdKIfgodiV0ArQ

3. Raetz J. Restraints in the Elderly: Cases for Discussion, POGOe: Portal of Geriatric Online Education. Published December 12, 2011. http://www.pogoe.org/productid/20889

4. Raetz J, Roshanravan E. Mini CEX: Code Status Discussions. POGOe: Portal of Geriatric Online Education. Published August 27, 2012. http://www.pogoe.org/productid/21060

5. Raetz J, Bender M. End of Life Non-Pain Symptom Management. Residency Curriculum Resource. Published June 20, 2013. http://www.fammedrcr.com/fammedrcr/Default.aspx

6. Raetz J. NEJM Knowledge+ Family Medicine Board Review. Authored 8 questions in obstetrics for a comprehensive lifelong learning product from NEJM Group. Published February 18, 2015. http://knowledgeplus.nejm.org/our-products/family-medicine-board-review/

Editorials

Raetz, J. Clinical commentary on: Do patients at high risk of Alzheimer’s disease benefit from early treatment? The Journal of Family Practice. 2009 June: 58(6):320.

National Conference Presentations and Posters

1. Huntington J, Ross V, Pauwels J, Raetz J, etal. Care of Underserved Patients: Using Complexity Theory to Enhance Patient Care and Resident Capability. 41st STFM Annual Spring Conference. 2009 April; Denver, CO.

2. Raetz J, Roshanravan E. Teaching Residents to Discuss Code Status: A Teaching and Evaluation Tool. 42nd STFM Annual Spring Conference. 2010 April; Vancouver, BC.

3. Raetz J, Osborn J. WWAMI Residency Graduate's Self-reported Preparedness and Practice Before and After Implementation of a Family Medicine Residency Continuity Nursing Home Requirement. Poster session presented at: The American Geriatrics Society 2012 Annual Scientific Meeting. 2012 May2-5; Seattle, WA.

4. Raetz J. "Designing a Transitional Care Curriculum: Year One Piloting Creative Teaching Designs." Works In Progress Session at: 44th STFM Annual Spring Conference. 2012 April27-May1;Seattle, WA.

5. Raetz J, Osborn J, Kost A. Improving Scholarly Activity Among Junior Family Medicine Faculty Through a Peer Mentoring Group. Poster session presented at: 44th STFM Annual Spring Conference. 2012 April27-May1;Seattle, WA.

Education & Training

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Duke University MD 2001
Yale University BS 1996

Published Articles

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Attitudes and Barriers Encountered in Training Family Medicine Residents in Nursing Home Care: A National Survey of Program Directors: A CERA Study. Raetz J, Unwin B, Andrilla HA Fam Med 2016
A Curriculum on Care for Complex Patients: Resident Perspectives. Osborn J, Raetz J, Huntington J, Overstreet F, Ross V, Charles C, Mauksch L Fam Med 2016
Common Questions About Pressure Ulcers. Raetz JG, Wick KH Am Fam Physician 2015
Seasonal affective disorder, grief reaction, and adjustment disorder. Osborn J, Raetz J, Kost A Med. Clin. North Am. 2014
A nondrug approach to dementia. Raetz J J Fam Pract 2013
Nursing home practice among recent family medicine residency graduates. Raetz J, Osborn J Fam Med 2013
FPIN's clinical inquiries. Monitoring therapy for patients with Alzheimer's disease. Raetz J, v d Luft E Am Fam Physician 2007