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Munish Bakshi,

MD

Title: Assistant Professor

Practices: Drexel Family Medicine

Specialty: Family Medicine, Primary Care

Locations:

Drexel Family Medicine
219 N. Broad Street
1st Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Maps & Directions

Phone: 215.762.5145
Fax: 215.762.5467
Drexel Student Health Center
3401 Market Street
Suite 105B
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Maps & Directions

Phone: 215.220.4700
Fax: 215.220.4705

Education

  • MD - UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School (2006)
  • BA in Biology and Animal Physiology - Cornell University (2002)

Clinical Services

Primary care, Family medicine

Biography

Munish Bakshi, MD, is a board-certified family medicine physician practicing in Philadelphia. Prior to joining the College of Medicine, Dr. Bakshi served as an attending physician at Boston Medical Center and Harbor Lights Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, and a primary care physician at South Boston Community Health Center.

Fellowships

  • Academic Development - Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (2010)

Residencies

  • Family Medicine - Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (2006-2009)
  • Chief Resident in Family Medicine - Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (2010)

Publications

"Evidence-Based Medicine Teaching Requirements in the United States: Analysis of the Next Accreditation System Outcome-Based Milestones"
Shaughnessy AF, Torro JR, Bakshi M
Academic Medicine, submitted manuscript, 9/2014

Presentations

"Checklists and PDSA Methodology to Improve Didactic Teaching in a Family Medicine Residency"
M. Bakshi, MD, P. Tulshian, MD, E. Hwang, MD
Works in Progress presentation, Society for Teaching in Family Medicine Annual Conference, May 2014

"Evidence-Based Medicine 6: Skills Review and Practice of Concepts from EBM 1-5"
Resident Didactic Series, Boston University Family Medicine Residency Program, May 2014

"Evidence-Based Medicine 5: Evaluating Research on Clinical Decision Rules and Diagnostic Tests"
Resident Didactic Series, Boston University Family Medicine Residency Program, May 2014

"Evidence-Based Medicine 4: Evaluating Treatment Articles and Statistics Review"
Resident Didactic Series, Boston University Family Medicine Residency Program, March 2014

"Evidence-Based Medicine 3: Evaluating Review Articles and Practice Guidelines"
Resident Didactic Series, Boston University Family Medicine Residency Program, February 2014

"Evidence-Based Medicine 2: Information at the Point of Care"
Resident Didactic Series, Boston University Family Medicine Residency Program, September 2013

"Evidence-Based Medicine 1: Introduction to Information Mastery"
Resident Didactic Series, Boston University Family Medicine Residency Program, July 2013

"Adult Preventative Care Update"
Resident Didactic Series, Boston University Family Medicine Residency Program, November 2012

"Secondary Prevention of Coronary Artery Disease and Ischemic CVA." Grand Rounds, Boston University Department of Family Medicine, November 2012

"Secondary Prevention of Ischemic CVA: An Evidence-Based Review"
Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians Annual CME Refresher, March 2012

"CVA: The Evidence Behind the Guidelines"
Resident Didactic Series, Boston University Family Medicine Residency Program, January 2012

"An Evidenced-based Approach to Chest Pain"
Grand Rounds, Boston University Department of Family Medicine, August 2011

"Office Emergencies"
Resident Didactic Series, Boston University Family Medicine Residency Program, April 2011

"Effect of Physician Counseling in a Primary Care Visit on Advanced Directive Completion in a Public Safety Net Clinic"
S. Snyder, MD, M. Bakshi, MD
Presented at Harbor-UCLA Family Medicine Lecture Series, June 2010

"Patient Attitudes Toward Advanced Directives in a Public Safety Net Clinic"
T. Nevarez, MD, MBA, M. Bakshi, MD, and L. Cheng, MD
Poster presentation at Annual Los Angeles Family Medicine Residency Programs Research Day, Los Angeles, Calif., May, 2009.