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Molly Blackley Jackson, MD

Associate Professor, Department of Medicine (DOM)
Adjunct Associate Professor, Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education (BIME)
Chair, UW Medicine Continuous Professionalism Improvment Committee
College Faculty Member, Rainier College, UW School of Medicine

Education & Training

MD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC, 2000-2004
Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 2004-2007

Professional Interests

Clinical skills development in junior medical students
Medical student support and well-being
Professionalism in medical education
Perioperative consultation in medically complex patients


James A. Bryan II Award, University of North Carolina, 2003
Christopher C. Fordham III Award, University of North Carolina, 2004
James Bell Bullitt Award, University of North Carolina, 2004
Order of the Grail-Valkyries, University of North Carolina, 2004
Frank Porter Graham Honor Society, University of North Carolina, 2004
Huseby Award, University of Washington Internal Medicine Residency Program, 2007
Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA), 2007

Selected Publications

Wenrich MD, Jackson MB, Wolfhagen I, Ramsey P, Scherpbier AJ. What are the benefits of early patient contact? A comparison of three preclinical patient contact settings. BMC Medical Education. Accepted, pending publication. 2014.
Shoeb M, Merel S, Jackson MB, Anawalt BD. Can we just stop and talk? Patients value verbal communication about discharge care plans. Journal of Hospital Medicine. 2012 Mar; 10.1002/jhm.1937.
Wenrich MD, Jackson MB, Ajam K, Wolfhagen IH, Ramsey PG, Scherpbier AJ. Teachers as Learners: The Impact of Bedside Teaching on the Clinical Skills of Clinician-Teachers. Academic Medicine. 2011 Jul;86(7):846-52.
Jackson MB. (2012) Cardiac Risk Stratification. Perioperative Medicine Consult Handbook (1st ed.) Cardiac Risk Stratification.
Jackson MB, Keen M, Schaad D, Robins L, Wenrich MD. Impact of a Pre-Clinical Clinical Skills Curriculum on Student Performance in Third-Year Clerkships. J Gen Intern Med 2009; Aug: 24(8):929-33.