The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville



The Department of Family Medicine

G. Anthony Wilson, MD

Associate Professor

Clinical Focus

Type 1 Diabetes, ambulatory medicine, exercise stress testing, weight loss, no-scalpel vasectomy

Education

Medical School
University of Tennessee, Memphis

Residency
University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville

Fellowship
Faculty Development
UNC- Chapel Hill School of Medicine

Certification

Family Medicine

Current Publications

Blake GH, Kemmet RK, Jenkins J, Heidel RE, Wilson GA.
Milestones as a guide for academic career development. Family Medicine. 2019 Oct;51(9):760-765.

Abdoli S, Wilson GA, Higdon R, Davis A, Smither B.
Diabetes detachment: How cultural, contextual, and personal barriers influence low-income young women with diabetes in Appalachia. Applied Nursing Research. 2019 Jun;47:32-37.

Raleigh MF, Wilson GA, Moss DA, Reineke-Piper KA, Walden J, Fisher DJ, Williams T, Alexander C, Niceler B, Viera AJ, Zakrajsek T.
Same content, different methods: Comparing lecture, engaged classroom, and simulation. Family Medicine. 2018;50:100-105.

Current Presentations

Wilson GA, Williams T, Walden J, Alexander C. Half full or half empty? How to fill your learner's glass. Presented at University of North Carolina 40th Anniversary Faculty Development Fellowship Reunion (Invited Lecture); 2019 Mar 8; Chapel Hill, NC.

Wilson GA. Implementation of a comprehensive educational program plan for resident proficiency in no-scalpel vasectomy. Presented at University of North Carolina 40th Anniversary Faculty Development Fellowship Reunion (Invited Lecture); 2019 Mar 8; Chapel City, NC.

Wilson GA. Pain treatment-medications & interventions (Moderator). Presented at Targeted Pain Treatment Conference: Accurate diagnosis and targeted treatment of pain (Invited Lecture); 2019 Feb 1; Knoxville, TN.

Wilson GA, Dabbs WS, Chamberlin S. Mentoring resident interaction with pharmaceutical industry representatives. Presented at Scholarly Round Table at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference (Invited Lecture); 2017 May 6; San Diego, CA.

Wilson GA, Jenkins JM, Blake, GH. Grow your own: Recruiting and preparing faculty from within your residency program. Presented at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference (Invited Lecture); 2017 May 5-9; San Diego, CA.

Wilson M, Hartquist C, Dabbs W, Wilson G. Night of the living call!: Making the intern to upper level transition less terrifying. Presented at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference; 2017 May 5-9; San Diego, CA.

Wilson GA, Walden J, Williams T, Reineke-Piper K. Half full or half empty? How to fill your learner's glass. Presented at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference (Invited Lecture); 2017 May 5-9; San Diego, CA.

Dabbs WS, Chamberlin S, Jeter J, Norman L, Wilson GA, Wright T. Can prudent prescribing practices of opioids be taught to residents and faculty using an audit tool? Presented at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference (Invited Lecture); 2017 May 5-9; San Diego, CA.

Blake GH, Wilson GA, Jenkins JM. Grow your own faculty. Presented at American Academy of Family Physicians Program Director's Workshop (Invited Lecture); 2017 Mar 24; Kansas City, MO.

Alexander C, Fisher D, Moss D, Niceler B, Raleigh N, Reineke-Piper K, Walden J, Williams T, Wilson GA, Zakrajsek T, Viera A. Same content, different methods: Traditional lecture, engaged classroom and high-fidelity simulation. Presented at North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting (Invited Lecture); 2016 Nov 13; Colorado Springs, CO.

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