OSU General Internal Medicine at Lewis Center
6515 Pullman Dr.
Lewis Center, OH 43035-7380
Dr. Erin McConnell is currently pursuing her Masters in Medical Humanities and has a strong research interest in this topic and also medical education. Dr. McConnell specializes in preventative care and encourages patients to learn about their care. Dr. McConnell is actively involved in current research for OSU’s College of Medicine Advanced Competency titled “From the Page to the Bedside” regarding protective effects for empathy and against burnout in medical students over the four-year course of study.
Education and Training
Medical Resident: Internal Medicine, Pediatric Residency - Wright State University
MD: Doctor of Medicine - Wright State University
Selected Abstracts and Publications
Humanities Medicine: Literature Coursework Reduces Burnout in a Two-Year Clinical Study of Medical School Students – current.
McConnell, Erin E. "Broken Hands." Literary AMWA, Issue 2 2018-2019, published December 30, 2018.
McConnell, E.; Jaballas, E; Stolfi, A; Clasen, C (2007) ICM I Educational Model in Teaching Pediatric
Physical Exam in Community Setting – Pediatric Academic Societies, Publication #4484.2
McConnell, E.; “Runner Heal Thyself.” JAMA, September 25, 2018.
McConnell, E. “Anna Katharina Schaffner: “Exhaustion: A History.” Comparative Literature Studies, Vol 55, No 22, 2018.
Desai, D. and McConnell, E. “Wright State: Program Interrupted.” The Perspective published by National Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Association, Vol. 11, No. 3, Spring 2010.
McConnell, E.; “Red Snappers.” Appears in Emerging Infectious Disease, October 2009 issue.
McConnell, E.; Jaballas, E; Stolfi, A; Clasen, C (200) “ICM I Educational Model in Teaching Pediatric Physical Exam in Community Setting” Teaching and Learning in Medicine, Vol 22, No 3, 187-190.
McConnell, E. “Pool Days.” The New Physician, Volume 54, Number 5, July-August 2005.