The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville



The Department of Family Medicine

G. Anthony Wilson, MD

Assistant 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

Mounsey A, Raleigh M, Wilson A.
Management of constipation in older adults. American Family Physician. 2015 Sep 15;92(6):500-4.

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.

Wilson GA, Hartquist C, Wilson M. Implementation of a comprehensive educational program plan for ensuring resident proficiency in no-scalpel vasectomy. Presented at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Conference (Invited Lecture); 2016 Apr 30 - May 4; Minneapolis, MN.

Wilson GA, Alexander C, Fisher D, Moss D, Niceler B, Raleigh N, Reineke-Piper K, Walden J, Williams T, Zakrajsek T, Viera A. Same content, different methods: Traditional lecture, engaged classroom, and high-fidelity simulation. Presented at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Conference (Invited Lecture); 2016 Apr 30 - May 4; Minneapolis, MN.

Hartquist C, Wilson M, Wilson A. Physicians personal barriers to discussing palliative care and hospice with their patients. Presented at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Conference; 2016 Apr 30 - May 4; Minneapolis, MN.

Wilson M, Hartquist C, Wilson A. Identifying patient barriers to discussing end of life issues with their primary care physician. Presented at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Conference; 2016 Apr 30 - May 4; Minneapolis, MN.

Wilson GA, Alexander C, Niceler B, Raleigh N, Walden J, Zakrajsek T, Viera A. Half full or half empty? How to fill your learner's glass. Presented at Lilly International Conference on Evidenced-Based Teaching and Learning; 2015 May 28-31; Bethesda, MD.

Wilson GA, Alexander C, Fisher D, Moss D, Niceler B, Raleigh N, Reineke-Piper K, Walden J, Williams T, Zakrajsek T, Viera A. Studying pedagogy for the understanding of dyspnea. Presented at Lilly International Conference on Evidenced-Based Teaching and Learning; 2015 May 28-31; Bethesda, MD.

Wilson GA, Alexander C, Fisher D, Moss D, Niceler B, Raleigh N, Reineke-Peper K, Walden J, Williams T, Zakrajsek T. Assessing resident learning in high-fidelity simulation, engaged classroom and traditional lecture: A multisite trial. Presented at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference; 2015 Apr 25-29; Orlando, FL.

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.

Wilson GA. Development of no-scalpel vasectomy curriculum for a residency program. Presented at University of North Carolina Symposium on Educational Program Planning (Invited Lectureship); 2015 Mar 4; Chapel Hill, NC.

Wilson GA. Sleep apnea. Presented at University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Resident Core Lecture Symposium (Invited Lectureship); 2014 Oct 8; Chapel Hill, NC.

Wilson GA, Jeter J, Harnden C, Hall KR, Ray S. Implementation of a controlled substance policy in a residency clinic. Presented at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine; 2014 May 3-7; San Antonio, TX.

Wilson GA, Jeter J, Harnden C, Hall KR, Ray S. Controlled substance policy creation and implementation in a residency clinic setting. Presented at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine; 2014 May 3-7; San Antonio, TX.

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