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Curtis C Stine M.D.

Curtis C Stine M.D.

Associate Chair, Department of Family Medicine and Rural Health,Director of Clinical Programs, Curriculum Development and Evaluation

curtis.stine@med.fsu.edu
850-644-0523
Main Campus

Job Description

Develop, implement and evaluate the family medicine curriculum including the required Family Medicine Clerkship during year three and Advanced Family Medicine Clerkship in year four.

Biosketch

Prior to arriving at the College of Medicine, Dr. Stine spent the majority of his professional life in Denver, Colo., where he was director of undergraduate education for the department of family medicine and the associate director of the Colorado AHEC Program for the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He has also been in private practice, directed a family practice residency program and worked with a non-profit organization devoted to education and research in the area of sexual health.

Education

B.S., Hanover College, Hanover, Ind., 1971

M.D., Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Ind., 1975

Edward W. Sparrow Family Practice Residency, Lansing, Mich., 1975-1978

Service

Former member, Board of Directors, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (1997-2000).
Officer and member, Board of Directors, Colorado Academy of Family Physicians (1985-1990).

Honors/Awards

US Public Health Service Primary Care Health Policy Fellowship (1999).
Colorado Academy of Family Physicians, Nominee, "Superhero of Colorado Family Medicine" (1998).
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Bridge to the Future for Innovative Education Award (1994).
University of Colorado School of Medicine, President's Excellence in Teaching Award (1993).

Memberships

American Academy of Family Physicians
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
Capital Area Medical Society

Research Focus

Medical student education (with particular interest in factors influencing specialty choice). Health care services delivery (especially to rural and underserved populations). Sexually transmitted disease (prevention and public health approaches).

Publications

Glueckauf RL, Davis WS, Byrd V, Stine C, Jeffers S, Wesley L, McIntyre V, Martin C, Sharma D, and Massey A. “Telephone-based Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention for Distressed Rural Dementia Caregivers: Initial Findings. Clinical Gerontologist, Volume 31, Issue #1, September, 2007.

Mann J, and Stine C. “The Roles of Abstinence and Contraception in Declining Pregnancy Rates.” Am J Public Health, Volume 97, Number 6, April, 2007.

Stine C, and Harrison S. “What Do I Do with All this Log Data?” STFM Messenger, February, 2007.

Menachemi N, Brooks RG, Clawson A, Stine C, and Beitsch L. “Continuing Decline in Service Delivery for Family Physicians: Is the Malpractice Crisis Playing a Role?” Q Manage Health Care, Volume 15, Number 1, January-March, 2006.

Glueckauf RL, Stine C, Bourgeois M, Pomidor A, Rom P, Young ME, Massey A, and Ashley P. “Alzheimer's Rural Care Healthline: Linking Rural Caregivers to Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention for Depression.” Rehabilitation Psychology, Volume 50, Number 4, Nov, 2005.

Menachemi N, Stine CC, Clawson A, and Brooks RG. “The Changing Face of Access to Family Physician Services in Rural Florida.” Family Medicine, Volume 37, Number 1, January, 2005.