About Analia Castiglioni, MD
Dr. Analia Castiglioni is a board-certified Internist with an interest in medical education. Dr. Castiglioni began her medical career at University of the Republic School of Medicine, Montevideo, Uruguay and transferred to the Medical College of Pennsylvania to finish her medical doctorate. She continued on to residency at University of Pennsylvania and subsequently completed a clinician educator fellowship at the same institution in Philadelphia. Upon completing her training, Dr. Castiglioni accepted a position at University of Alabama at Birmingham, where she served as the Assistant Course Director for the Introduction to Clinical Medicine Course, Resident Clinic Preceptor, Ambulatory Morning Report Presenter and Facilitator, Preceptor for Small Groups in the Introduction to Clinical Medicine and Master Physical Diagnosis Courses, Proctor for Observed Standardized Clinical Examinations, Faculty for Creating Effective Resident Teachers program and VA Women’s Clinic Preceptor. She was awarded the Outstanding Teacher in the Division of General Internal Medicine in 2003, Argus Award Honors for Excellence in Mentoring in 2008 and the Department of Medicine Educational Excellence Award in 2009.
The College of Medicine welcomed Dr. Castiglioni in October 2012. Dr. Castiglioni serves as Co-Module Director for the Practice of Medicine 2 Module and develops content relevant to her specialty in the systems based modules. She is also active in delivering faculty development to GME faculty and providing leadership in the development of a faculty mentoring program at the college. Dr. Castiglioni spends part of her time in practice at UCF Health.
Dr. Castiglioni participates on the Southern SGIM Clinician Educator Award Selection Committee and is active with the Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Medical Society, Society of General Internal Medicine, and American College of Physicians.
- Castiglioni A, Bellini LM, Shea SA. Mentoring in Internal Medicine Residencies: a National Survey of Program Directors. J Gen Intern Med.2004; 19:779-782.
- Willett LL, Estrada CA, Castiglioni A, Massie FS, Heudebert GR, Jennings MS, Centor RM. Does residency training improve performance of physical examination skills? Am J Med Sci. 2007; 333:74-7.
- Castiglioni A, Shewchuk RM, Willett L, Heudebert GR, Centor RM. A Pilot Study Using Nominal Group Technique to Assess Residents’ Perceptions of Successful Attending Rounds. J Gen Intern Med. 2008; 23 (7):1060-
- A Makhakali Sridhar, LL Willett, A Castiglioni, G Heudebert, M Landry, R Centor, C Estrada, Scholarship Opportunities for Trainees and Clinician Educators: Learning Outcomes from a Case Report Writing Workshop, Journal of Gen Int Med, Dec 18, 2008.
- Sridhar AR, Willett LL, Castiglioni A, Heudebert G, Landry M, Centor RM, Estrada CA. Scholarship opportunities for trainees and clinician educators: learning outcomes from a case report writing workshop. J Gen Intern Med. 2009 Mar;24(3):398-40
- Salanitro AH, Castiglioni A, Willett LL, et al. Using cognitive mapping to Identify faculty perspectives for successful ward-attending rounds. J Invest Med. 2009;57(1):382–383
- Snyder ED, Salanitro AH, Estrada C, Centor RM, Castiglioni A. Preparing for Scientific Oral Presentations. J Grad Med Educ. 2011 Dec;3(4):554-7
- B Roy, A Castiglioni, RR Kraemer, AH. Salanitro, LL Willett, RM Shewchuk, H Qu, RM. Centor. Using Cognitive Mapping to Define Key Domains for Successful Ward-Attending Rounds. J Gen Intern Med. 2012 Nov;27(11):1492-8.
- A Castiglioni, A Spencer, C Bates, E Aagaard, R Karani, L Nicholson, LL Willett, S Chheda. Succeeding as a Clinician Educator: Useful Tips and Resources. J Gen Intern Med. 2013 Jan;28(1):136-40
- Centor RM, Castiglioni A, Roy B. Attending Physicians on Ward Rounds. JAMA. 2013 Jan 23;309(4):341
- Coker J, Castiglioni A, Kraemer RR, Massie FS, Morris JL, Rodriguez M, Russell SW, Shaneyfelt T, Willett LL, Estrada CA. Evaluation of an Advanced Physical Diagnosis Course Using Consumer Preferences Methods: The Nominal Group Technique. Am J Med Sci. 2013 Apr 2. [Epub ahead of print]
- Cendan J, Hernandez C, Castiglioni A. Using Visual Radar Graph Representation of Learner Achievement to Complement the RIME Framework. Academic Medicine (accepted for publication March 2013).