Brenda E. Sirovich, MD, MS
Associate Professor of Medicine
Associate Professor of Community and Family Medicine
Associate Professor of The Dartmouth Institute
Co-Director, VA Outcomes Group
Community and Family Medicine
The Dartmouth Institute
Hunter College High School, 1981
New York, New York
Degree: B.A., 1985, Applied Mathematics, cum laude
Yale University School of Medicine
New Haven, CT
Degree: MD, 1991
Thesis: Non-urgent users of the pediatric Emergency Room
Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire
Masters of Science Program, Center for the Evaluative Clinical Sciences, 2000
Degree: MS, 2000
VA Medical Center
Outcomes Group (111B)
White River Junction
White River Junction VT 05009
Cancer screening; physician practice intensity
VA Health Services Research and Development
National Institute for Aging
PH 139 – Measuring Health (Introductory Epidemiology & Biostatistics)
PH 141 – From Observational Data to Valid Inference: Regression and Other Approaches (TDI)
MDED.118 – Patients & Populations: Improving Health & Healthcare (Geisel Year 1)
MDED.218 – Patients & Populations: Improving Health & Healthcare (Geisel Year 2)
Assembling and validating data from multiple sources to study care for Veterans with bladder cancer.
Use of Computed Tomography in Emergency Departments in the United States: A Decade of Coughs and Colds.
Undermeasuring Overuse--An Examination of National Clinical Performance Measures.
Association between apple consumption and physician visits: appealing the conventional wisdom that an apple a day keeps the doctor away.
The association between residency training and internists' ability to practice conservatively.
How to feed and grow your health care system: comment on "The cost of satisfaction".
Too Little? Too Much? Primary care physicians' views on US health care: a brief report.
Discretionary decision making by primary care physicians and the cost of U.S. Health care.
Regional variations in health care intensity and physician perceptions of quality of care.
Cervical cancer screening among women without a cervix.