Clinical Professor Emerita
UCB-UCSF Joint Medical Program
Ann Stevens is a Clinical Professor Emerita of the UCB-UCSF Joint Medical Program and served as Director of the program, where she led the ongoing evolution of the curriculum.
Dr. Ann Stevens is a Clinical Professor Emerita and was the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program director. She led the ongoing evolution of the curriculum while collaboratively managing the complex everyday process of ensuring a rich and innovative learning environment for the JMP’s learners and educators. She served as an associate director as of July 2005 before being appointed a director in July 2011. Dr. Stevens taught and mentored students in many components of the JMP curriculum, including clinical skills and patient care, and the small-group contextually integrated case-based curriculum. She graduated from medical school at UC Davis and completed her residency training in general internal medicine at UCSF. Dr. Stevens joined the faculty at UCSF, Department of Medicine, in 1984 and transitioned to undergraduate medical education at the JMP in 1991.
- Women’s health issues
- Medical education
- Physician/patient relationship