Lisa E Graves, MD

Lisa E Graves, MD
Lisa E Graves, MD

Associate Dean, Faculty Affairs, Office of the Dean

Chair, Department of Family and Community Medicine

Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine


Biosketch

Contact Information

WMed
1000 Oakland Drive
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
Administrative:
Office of the Dean
269.337.4500
Department of Family and Community Medicine
269.349.2641 ext. 550
Clinical:
Family Medicine - FHC, 269.349.2641
lisa.graves@med.wmich.edu

Lisa Graves, MD, is a family physician. She is a graduate of the University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. She completed her residency in family medicine and enhanced skills training in maternal and child health at McGill University.  At McGill she occupied a number of positions including clerkship chair.  From 2010-2013, she was the associate dean for Undergraduate Medical Education at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. She is currently the associate dean for Faculty Affairs at Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine where she is also a professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine.  Her clinical, teaching, and research interests include medical education, maternal and child health, and vulnerable populations.

  • Board Certification

    • College of Family Physicians of Canada
  • Education and Training

    • MClinSc 2018, Western University
    • Fellowship 1994, Maternal and Child Health, McGill University
    • Residency 1993, Family Medicine, McGill University
    • MD 1991, University of Ottawa
    • BS 1985, Zoology and Geography (with Distinction), University of Toronto
  • Language Fluency

    • English, functional
    • French, functional
  • Research

    • Vulnerable Populations
    • Medical Education
    • Child or Maternal Health
    • Alcohol and Substance Abuse
  • Publications

  • Presentations

    • Pilot randomized controlled trial of an interconception intervention provided by public health nurses. Brown HK, Ravindran S, Yoganathan S, Cairncross Z, Enders J, Graves L, Mill C, Telner D, Dennis CL, Public Health 2019, Ottawa, Ontario, 05/2019
    • Cannabis and pregnancy. Cook J, Seabrook J, Graves L, Cannabis and Public Health Forum, Ottawa, Ontario, 05/2019
    • Supporting family medicine teachers with educational leadership tasks inherent in their academic roles. Antao V, Graves L, Oandasan I, Eyre A, Section of Teachers of Family Medicine Spring Conference, Toronto, Ontario, 04/2019
    • Patient care is a partnership: assessing a curriculum change on patient-centered communication skills. Joshi H, VanDerKolk K, Dregansky G, Graves L, Greene J, Section of Teachers of Family Medicine Spring Conference, Toronto, Ontario, 04/2019
    • Assessing a longitudinal geriatrics curriculum. Dregansky G, VanDerKolk K, Graves L, Section of Teachers of Family Medicine Spring Conference, Toronto, Ontario, 04/2019
    • Evaluating the effects of a single intervention on implicit bias in family medicine residents and faculty. VanDerKolk K, Green J, Graves L, Section of Teachers of Family Medicine Spring Conference, Toronto, Ontario, 04/2019
    • Differential survival: do racial and socioeconomic disparities persist beyond "poor birth outcomes"?. Barreto A, Lai S, Kim J, Balum J, Vos D, Bautista T, Lenz D, Graves L, Kothari C, WMed Research Day, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 04/2019
    • The words we use: identifying the preferred lexicon for predictors of physician burnout. Horneffer-Ginter K, Greene J, Apple A, Graves L, Gibson K, Yullio J, Kaufman A, WMed Research Day, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 04/2019
    • Development and pilot test of the Preconception Health Knowledge Questionnaire. Brown HK, Cairncross Z, Ravindran S, Enders J, Graves L, Mill C, Telner D, Dennis CL, Ontario Public Health Convention, Toronto, Ontario, 03/2019
    • Weeding through the evidence for medical marijuana 3.0. Graves L, Cirone S, Rieb L, Kahan M, Family Medicine Forum 2018, Toronto, Ontario, 11/2018
    • Differential pathways to infant health, by race and by income. Lin C, Bautista T, Graves L, Kothari C, Vos D, North American Primary Care Research Group 2018, Chicago, Illinois, 11/2018
    • Teaching when there is no time. Graves L, Michigan Academy of Family Physicians Annual Meeting, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 07/2018
    • Reflective writing in clerkships: viewing patients through a basic science lens using the Kolb Learning Cycle. Dickinson B, Gibson K, Graves L, Greene J, VanDerKolk K, 22nd Annual International Association of Medical Science Educators Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, 06/2018
    • The role of structural and interpersonal discrimination in birth outcomes. Kothari C, Lubwama G, Bautista T, James A, Woodwyk A, Graves L, WMed Research Day, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 05/2018
    • Differential pathways to infant health, by race and by income. Lin C, Kothari C, Bautista T, Vos D, Graves L, WMed Research Day, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 05/2018
    • Reflective writing in clerkships: viewing patients through a basic science lens using the Kolb Learning Cycle. Dickinson B, VanDerKolk K, Gibson K, Greene J, Graves L, 2018 Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, 04/2018
    • Intimate partner violence screening following education. VanDerKolk K, Kothari C, Piper L, Graves L, North American Primary Care Research Group 2017, Montreal, Quebec, 11/2017
    • What are the acceptable conditions for use of primary care EMRs for health research? Perspectives of key stakeholders. Willison D, Sullivan F, Graves L, Wang J, Pribramska I, North American Primary Care Research Group 2017, Montreal, Quebec, 11/2017
    • Weeding through the evidence for medical marijuana 2.0. Graves L, Kahan M, Cirone S, Rieb L, Montgomery L, Family Medicine Forum 2017, Montreal, Quebec, 11/2017