Associate Medical Director, University Hospital
Associate Professor, Clinical Medicine
Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Department of Internal Medicine / General Internal Medicine
125 Doan Hall
410 W. 10th Ave,
Columbus, OH 43221
Dr. Scott Holliday, as the Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Education, focuses his work on developing the careers of young residents. Throughout his own career Dr. Holliday has taught many courses at The Ohio State University.
Dr. Holliday is currently involved with multiple research studies, including looking at ways to promote empathetic communication of medical residents. He is also interested and actively involved in looking at ways to reduce the burnout of doctors, ultimately providing better quality patient care. Dr. Holliday works with his research team to re design the education programs to aid resident satisfaction.
Education and Training
General Academic Medicine Faculty Development Fellowship: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency: The Ohio State University and Nationwide Children’s Hospital
MD: The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Honors and Awards
Awardee: America’s Best Doctors
Induction into The Arnold P. Gold Humanism Honor Society: Arnold P. Gold Foundation
Leonard Tow Excellence in Humanism Award: The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Forty Under 40 Award
Selected Research Activities, Publications and Presentations
1) Current Educational Research Activities
- Training to Promote Empathic Communication in GME (PI)
- Does a Post-Match, Specialty-Specific, ACGME Milestone Anchored Medical Student Performance Evaluation (mMSPE) Improve Residency Program Directors’ Perception of Intern Readiness (PI)
- Investigating Outcomes Related to Orientation Training in a Station-based Format (PI)
- Improving Patient-centered Communication and Resident Entrustment in the Trauma Setting (Key Faculty)
- Characterizing Effects of Implicit vs. Explicit Faculty Modeling on Medical Students Participating in a Simulation Case (CO-I)
- Comprehensive Pain and Opioid Education (Key Faculty)
- Remote GME Orientation During COVID-19: Incoming Residents’ Perspectives (PI)
2) List of Books, Articles, and Other Published Papers
- Cody J, Graul T, Holliday S, Streckenback S, Hussain N, Dalia A, Cronin B, Hargrave J, Augoustides J,Essandoh M. Non-transvenous Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device Technology – A review for the Anesthesiologist. J Cardiothrac Vasc Anesth. 2021 Feb 11. PMID: 33707106 DOI: 10.1053/j.jvca.2021.02.018
- Klatt M, Bawa R, Gabram O, Blake A, Steinberg B, Westrick A, Holliday S. Embracing Change: A Mindful Medical Center Meets COVID-19. Glob Adv Health Med. 2020 Dec 11. PMID: 33354410
- Moffatt-Bruce S, Nguyen M, Steinberg B, Holliday S, Klatt M.Interventions to Reduce Burnout and Improve Resilience: Impact on Health System’s Outcomes.Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2019 Sep;62(3):432-443.PMID: 31107254; DOI: 10.1097/GRF.0000000000000458
- Klatt M, Marchenko N, Menser T, Holliday S.2018. “Mindfulness in Motion (MIM): A Hospital Intervention that Reduces Burnout and Increases Resilience for Healthcare Providers.” Internal Medicine Review, 4:4, 1-15.
- Klatt M, Menser T, Marchenko N, Holliday S (2018) Resilient Residency: Creating a Culture of Interdisciplinary Support through Multimodal Integrative Intervention.Global Advances in Health and Medicine, 7:249. (3965) DOI: 10.1177/2164956118773837
- Newton R, Wagner R, Holliday S, Weiss K.“The Clinical Learning Environment and Quality and Safety in GME”.AHME Guide to Medical Education in the Teaching Hospital. 5th Ed. 2016. 41-52.
- O'Toole JK, Friedland AR, Gonzaga AM, Hartig JR, Holliday SA, Lukela M, Moutsios SA, Kolarik R. 0The Practice Patterns of Recently Graduated Internal Medicine-Pediatric Hospitalists. Hospital Pediatrics, 2015 Jun; 5(6):309-14. PMID: 26034162
- Friedland, AR; Holliday, SA. (2010). Perfect Pairings, Making your combined Internal Medicine residency succeed. The Toolkit Series: A Textbook for Today's Internal Medicine Education Programs (10th Ed. pp. 347-354). APDIM, Uniondale, New York, United States.
- Holliday, SA; Friedland, AR; Mueller, CV. (2007). Combined Internal Medicine Residency Programs. In Mark C. Henderson, MD (Eds.), A Textbook for Internal Medicine Education Programs, 9th Edition (9th Edition Ed. pp. 257-265). Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Washington DC, United States. Retrieved from: http://www.im.org/AAIM/Pubs
- Mueller, CV; Friedland, AR; Holliday, SA. (2006). Combined Residency Programs and Combined Residents: How Internal Medicine Chief Residents Can Survive the Year. Robert D. Ficalora, MD (Eds.), A Toolkit for Today's Chief Medical Resident; 14th Edition (14th Ed. pp. 149-160). Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine, Washington DC, United States. Retrieved from: http://www.im.org/AAIM/Pubs
- Stefan,Mihaela,S; Blackwell,J,Matthew; Crawford,Kamau,M; Martinez,Johanna; Sung,Sun,Wu; Holliday,Scott,A; Landry,Michael; LaVine,Nancy; Lerfald,Nathan; Morris,Jason,L; Greene,Sandra; Cykert,Samuel. (2010). Patients' Attitudes Toward and Factors Predictive of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Testing of Academic Medical Clinics. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES, 340 (4), 264-267. doi:10.1097/MAJ.0b013e3181e59c3e
- Stefan,Mihaela,S; Blackwell,J, Matthew; Crawford,Kamau,M; Martinez,Johanna; Sung,Sun,Wu; Holliday,Scott,A; Landry,Michael; LaVine,Nancy; Lerfald,Nathan; Morris,Jason,L; Greene,Sandra; Cykert,Samuel. (2010). Patients' Attitudes Toward and Factors Predictive of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Testing of Academic Medical Clinics. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES, 340 (4), 264-267. doi:10.1097/MAJ.0b013e3181e59c3epubmed:20881755.
3) Abstract and Short Entries
- Klatt M, Blake A, Steinberg B, Holliday S, Westrick A, Moffatt-Bruce S, Gabram O.“Interprofessional Resilience, Work Engagement, Perceived Stress, and Rates of Burnout Improved via a System-wide Midnfulness Offering at a Large Academic Medical Center”.ICIMH 2020 Abstracts (2020). Global Advances in Health and Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1177/2164956120912849 P05.63.
- Morris, J, Holliday S, LaVine N. (2009). Physician Knowledge of the Revised HIV Screening Guidelines. [Abstract]. Journal of Investigative Medicine Jan 2009 vol 57, no 1, 57, 422-423.
- Holliday S, LaVine N, Morris J. (2009). Are CDC HIV Screening Barriers Overcoming Barriers to Testing? [Abstract]. Journal of Investigative Medicine Jan 2009 vol 57, no 1, 57, 419-420.
- LaVine N, Holliday S, Morris J. (2009). What Do Patients Wante When It Comes To HIV Testing, and Are Doctors Listening? [Abstract]. Journal of Investigative Medicine Jan 2009 vol 57, no 1, 57, 421-421.
- Holliday S, Morris J, LaVine N, Landry M, Lerfald N. (2009). Barriers to HIV Screening: Do They Prevent Adoption of the CDC Guidelines? [Abstract]. Journal of Investigative Medicine. Jan 2009 vol 57, no 1, 420.
4) Scholarly Presentations
- Holliday SA, Mahan JD, Donthi RR, Mihalov LK, Ledford CL. (2007). Integrating Professionalism into the Curriculum: Professionalism as a Measurable and Teachable Skill. Association of Pediatric Program Directors 2007 Annual Meeting. Lecture conducted from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. http://www.appd.org/.
- Holliday S, Foster Johnson P. “Recruiting and Retaining a Diverse and Inclusive GME Workforce”. ACGME Annual Educational Conference, DIO Pre-Conference. Orlando, FL. April 2022
- Holliday S. “Journey toward Diversity, Equity and Inclusion”. ACGME National Institutional Coordinator Workshop. November, 2021. Chicago, IL.
- Passiment M, Caudle S, Cantero C, Holliday S. Lessons from the Pathway Leaders of the Pursuing Excellence Initiative. 2020 ACGME Annual Educational Conference – DIO Pre-course. Feb 2020. San Diego, CA.
- Klatt M, Holliday S, Steinberg B, Blake A, Moffatt-Bruce S. The Birthing of a Mindful Medical Center. Centile Conference. October 29, 2019. Washington DC.
- Wininger D, McCallister J, Chamberlain K, Holliday S. “ACGME 10 Year Accreditation Site Visit: Lessons from Early Survivors/Thrivers”. 38th Annual Academic Internal Medicine Education Conference. March 2018. San Antonio, TX.
- Holliday S. “An Update on the Clinical Learning Environment Review”. American Society of Nephrology National Educational Meeting. 2015. Chicago, IL.
- Holliday SA, Mahan JD, Shugerman R. (2014). Burnout in Pediatric Residents and Fellows: Constructing a Program to Focus on Diagnosis, Prevention and Intervention. Annual Education Conference; Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Lecture conducted from Naional Harbor, Maryland, United States.
- Scott Holliday, John Mahan, Rajesh Donthi. (2012). Resident Burnout: Constructing a program to focus on diagnosis, prevention, and intervention. (Workshop). APPD 2012 Annual Meeting. Lecture conducted from San Antonio, TX, United States.
- Scott A. Holliday. (2011). Med-Peds Residency Update. National Med-Peds Resident Association. Lecture conducted from Boston, United States.
- Scott Holliday, MD; Maria Lucarelli, MD. (2010). Teaching Resident Adoption of Quality Improvement in Continuity Clinics. 2010 APDIM Spring Conference "Transforming Faulty in an Age of Uncertainty". Lecture conducted from Baltimore, Maryland, United States. http://www.im.org/meetings.
- Holliday S. “Teaching throughout a Busy Clinical Day without a Teaching Degree”. Mercy Health/St. Rita’s Center for Continuing Education. Faculty Development Seminar. February 2019.
- Holliday S. “Understanding the ACGME Core Competencies”. Mercy Health/St. Rita’s Center for Continuing Education. Faculty Development Seminar. June 2018
- Holliday SA, Mahan JD, Reed S, Donthi R. (2013). Burnout in Students and Residents: Conducting a Program to Focus on Diagnosis, Prevention and Effective Intervention. Central Group on Educational Affairs (Regional Group of AAMC). Lecture conducted from Cincinnati, Ohio, United States.
- Holliday SA. (2011). Presidential Address - State of Med-Peds. Association of Pediatric Progam Directors Spring Meeting. Lecture conducted from Miami, Florida, United States.
- Scott A. Holliday. (2011). Managing Adults in Pediatric Hospitals; A Med-Peds Opportunity. National Med-Peds Resident Association Midwest Regional Meeting. Lecture conducted from Indianapolis, United States.
- Holliday S. “Navigating Academic Medicine: Pathway to Success – Building High Performing Teams”. Center for Faculty Advancement, Mentoring and Engagement (FAME). The Ohio State University College of Medicine. February 3, 2021. Columbus, OH
- Holliday S. “The Impacts of COVID-19 on GME”. Internal Medicine Grand Rounds. The Ohio State University College of Medicine. October 12, 2020. Columbus, OH
- Holliday S, Wallihan R. “Faculty and Program Director Guidance to the Clinical Competency Committee”. Center for Faculty Advancement, Mentoring and Engagement (FAME). The Ohio State University College of Medicine. June 2019. Columbus, OH
- Holliday S. “Developing an Educational Development Plan for Your Learner”. Program Director Retreat. The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Bon Secours/Mercy Health System Combined GME Retreat. August 2018. Columbus, OH.
- Holliday S. “Mentoring for Education”. Center for Faculty Advancement, Mentoring and Engagement (FAME) Mentoring Symposium. October 29, 2018. Columbus, OH
- Holliday S. “A Framework for Competency Based Education”. Internal Medicine Grand Rounds. August 2018. Columbus, OH.
- Scott Holliday, Richard Brilli, Nick Zumberge, Jeremy Larson, Setenay Kara, Richard McClead, Sean Gl. (2011). Enhancing Reliability and Managing Change. NCH Quality Improvement Course. Lecture conducted from Columbus, United States.
- Holliday SA. (2011). Avoiding Burnout - Assessment of Resident Burnout and Strategies for Regaining Passion. Pediatric Intern Retreat. Lecture conducted from Newark, Ohio, United States.
- Holliday SA. (2010). Residency Burnout - Strategies for Recognition and Prevention. Pediatric Intern Retreat. Lecture conducted from Granville, Ohio, United States.
5) Other Presentations
- Holliday SA, Lotze TE. (1999). Re-engineering Morning Report for Increased Interest and Utility. Pediatric Academic Societies 1999 Annual Meeting. Lecture conducted from San Francisco, California, United States.
2. (2010). “Exploring the Emotional and Social Competencies of Pediatric and Medicine-Pediatric Residents,” Center for Educational Scholarship, 2nd annual Celebration of Educational Scholarship, The Ohio State University College of Medicine. Lecture conducted from Columbus, Ohio, United States.
6) Clinical Trials
- 2/2007 - 1/2008. Tibotec Therapeutics Clinical Trial. Sponsor: Tibotec Therapeutics. Clinical Trial. 2/2007
PI: Holliday, Scott
- 10/2006 - 7/2008. Early Access of MK-0518. Merck Pharmaceuticals. Research Grant.
Relationship to Grant: Other significant contributor on
Explanation of Role: Enrolled patients into pharmaceutical sponsored trial of MK-0518, investigative Anti-retroviral Therapy for multi-drug resistant HIV. Provided data related to efficacy and side effects for patients
7) Training Grants
- Developing a LGBTQ+ Focused Healthcare Fellowship – submitted to American Medical Association Foundation for funding (Pending)
Funded1. 9/2005 - 8/2007. Expansion of Services for Underserved Care at South High Primary Care. AccessHealth Columbus. ( USD 125,000 Total Award) Unspecified. 6/2005
PI: Holliday SA
Co-I: Thomas O
Relationship to Grant: Program director of
Explanation of Role: Developed proposal, directed fund allocation
Goal: Expand services to include social work and nutrition services for underserved patients
Description: Developed and executed grant
2. 9/2003 - 8/2005. Increasing Primary Care Access in the South Side of Columbus. AccessHealth Columbus. ( USD 150,000 Total Award) Training Grant. 6/2003
PI: Holliday SA
Co-I: Thomas O
Relationship to Grant: Program director of
Explanation of Role: Requested and granted funding from AccessHealth Columbus for expanding primary care in Columbus' south side neighborhood. Worked with planning to devise RFP and made final revisions to application
Goal: develop new primary care services in underserved area of Columbus