Dr. Green received his medical degree from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine and Master of Science in Health Policy and Management from Harvard School of Public Health. His post graduate training included an internship, residency, and fellowship in general medicine at the Beth Israel Hospital in Boston and Harvard Medical School.
Dr Green is Professor of Medicine and Director of Student Assessment at the Teaching and Learning Center at the Yale School of Medicine. He serves on the steering committee of the AAMC Core EPAs for Entering Residency national pilot. He previously served on the ACGME / ABIM milestones task force and the SGIM reforming internal medicine residency training task force.
Dr. Green's research interests include assessment, entrustable professional activities, retrieval-based learning, and evidence-based medicine. He received the regional and national awards for scholarship in medical education from the Society of General Internal Medicine and was selected as a Kimball Scholar at the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Dr Green cares for persons living with HIV infection and supervises medical residents at the Nathan Smith Clinic.
|Stephen Huot Award for Dedication and Excellence (faculty member who has made an impact on the HIV epidemic and reflects Dr. Huot’s values)||2018|
|Best research poster||AAMC Northeast Group on Educational Affairs Meeting||2017|
|Faculty Award for Achievement in Education||Department of Internal Medicine, Yale School of Medicine||2008|
|Kimball Scholarship||American Board of Internal Medicine||2006|
|National Award for Innovation in Medical Education (Scholarship in Educational Methods)||Society of General Internal Medicine||2001|
|Outstanding Clinician Educator Award||Society of General Internal Medicine, New England Region||1997|