The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville

The Department of Family Medicine

Amy B. Stevens, MD

Associate Professor
Residency Program Director

Clinical Focus

Resident well-being, pediatrics, women's health, dermatology, behavioral medicine, and office-based procedures


Medical School
University of Tennessee, Memphis

University of Tennessee Baptist/Healthplex Family Medicine Program, Memphis

National Institute of Program Director Development


Family Medicine

Current Publications

Wheeler JS, Ray SM, Helmer RS, Stevens AB, Franks AS.
Development and implementation of an interdisciplinary pulmonary care clinic within an existing clinic program. American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. 2015 Nov 1;72(21):1844-7.

Ray SM, Stevens ARB.
Choosing the right inhaled medication device for COPD. American Family Physician. 2013 Nov 15;88(10):650-2.

Current Presentations

Wilson GA, Blake GH, Stevens AR, McNabb A, Heidel RE. Comparing medical school training in rural, non-academic settings with training in academic settings: Is there a difference in preparedness for residency? Presented at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Conference (Invited Lecture); 2016 Apr 30 - May 4; Minneapolis, MN.

Stevens A, Haynes J, Jenkins J, Wright T. Grow your own...(Faculty that is!). Presented at American Academy of Family Physicians, Program Directors Workshop and Residency Program Solutions, Residency Education Symposium; 2016 Apr 1-5; Kansas City, MO.

Wilson GA, Harricharan Singh K, Hall KR, Stevens A. Development of a comprehensive cultural sensitivity curriculum in a residency clinic - Scholarly round table discussion. Presented at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference; 2015 Apr 25-29; Orlando, FL.

Barger-Stevens A, Ray SM. Developing your residents into excellent teachers. Presented at PDW and RPS Residency Education Symposium; 2014 Mar 28 - Apr 1; Kansas City, MO.


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