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overview Dr. Shorey is an internist, clinician-educator, and administrative leader whose multifaceted career has focused largely on creating and supporting good learning and working environments and on the organizational culture of the academic medical centers in which she has served. Currently, her work concentrates on the professional vitality of the faculty of University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine within her role as Associate Provost for Faculty. She served the faculty of academic medical centers across the country as the 2011 Chair of the AAMC Group on Faculty Affairs. As a clinician, the level of Dr. Shorey’s commitment to her patients and their appreciation of her work on their behalf was manifest by her patient satisfaction scores that consistently ranked her among the top 1% of the 800+ physicians of Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates. As a clinician-educator, she directed three primary care residency programs within Harvard Medical School hospitals. Her leadership of the Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates/Brigham and Women’s Hospital Primary Care Residency Program achieved both national and international recognition for the program’s design and outcomes. This resident-centered program has produced leaders in primary care practice, health services research, health policy, and the entrepreneurial creation of products that facilitate cost-effective medical practice. As an educator and leader of the American Academy on Communication in Healthcare, Dr. Shorey has helped design and teach programs for groups of physicians across the country about verbal and nonverbal communication skills that enhance patient-doctor relationships which in turn lead to improved patient outcomes, improved patient satisfaction, and provider satisfaction. As an administrative leader in her former role as Associate Dean for Continuing Medical Education and Faculty Affairs, Dr. Shorey guided the revisions of promotion and tenure policy to align with 21st Century medical reality, co-authored the UAMS College of Medicine Professionalism Guideline, created mechanisms to support the consistently professional behavior of faculty physicians and residents, helped create the UAMS College of Medicine Faculty Wellness program, and served as a mentor and coach to the faculty at large. She continues to champion the fund-raising campaign to build a daycare center for the children UAMS employees who work on the Little Rock campus. Dr. Shorey is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Wellesley College and received her medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, from which she graduated first in her class. She completed her residency training in Internal Medicine at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. She began her internal medicine practice and teaching career at Boston’s Beth Israel Hospital, where she later directed that institution’s primary care residency program. She then helped establish the primary care program at the New England Deaconess Hospital before joining the Department of Ambulatory Care and Prevention of Harvard Medical School and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care where she directed its ground-breaking primary care program. After having been married to academic medicine for decades, she married her high school sweetheart and returned to her childhood home in Arkansas. There, she worked briefly as a primary care physician and then assumed the role of Associate Dean for CME and Faculty Affairs within the UAMS College of Medicine. In 2015 she assumed the newly created role of UAMS Associate Provost for Faculty. Dr. Shorey has served as a consultant to the Council of Graduate Medical Education (COGME), in preparation of its 13th Report: Physician Education for a Changing Health Care Environment. She is a long-time member of the American Academy on Communication in Healthcare, where she has played a major role in its faculty development programs, and has served both as its Vice President and a member of its Board of Directors. She became an active participant in the work of the Associate of American Medical College’s Group on Faculty Affairs in 2004, and was elected its national chair for 2011.

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