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Kimberly D. Manning

Kimberly D. Manning, MD

Dr. Manning has a passion for teaching and working to bring out the everyday lessons in patient care that sometimes get missed. A strong focus of her academic interests includes humanism in medicine, medical professionalism, and patient-doctor communication skills. An avid writer, she regularly contributes reflective writing pieces to high impact journals such as JAMA, The Annals of Internal Medicine and Academic Medicine, and mentors medical students, residents and colleagues on writing. She has been the recipient of numerous teaching awards including the 2012 Evangeline Papageorge Distinguished Teaching Award–Emory University School of Medicine’s highest recognition for teaching and most recently, the 2017 ACGME Courage to Teach Award.

Specialties

  • Internal Medicine
  • Pediatrics

Board Certifications

  • ABMS Internal Medicine

Affiliations

  • Emory

Education & Training

  • Medical School: Meharry Medical College School of Medicine
  • Internship: MetroHealth Medical Center - Ohio
  • Residency: MetroHealth Medical Center - Ohio

Honors & Awards

Evangeline Papageorge Distinguished Teaching Award 2012

Juha P. Kokko Teaching Award 2013

Golden Apple Teaching Award (3 times)

ACGME Parker J. Palmer Courage to Teach Award 2017

Publications

Kripalani S, Jacobson KL, Brown S, Manning KD, Rask KJ, Jacobson TA. Development and implementation of a health literacy training program for medical residents. Medical Education Online 2006;11 (13):1-8

Manning KD, Kripalani S. The use of standardized patients to teach low-literacy

communication skills. American Journal of Health Behavior, 2007; 31 (Suppl) S105 – S110

DeFilippis AP, Tellez I, Winawer NH, Di Francesco L, Manning KD, Kripalani S. (2010) On-site Night Float by Attending Physicians: A Model to Improve Resident Education and Patient Care. Journal of Graduate Medical Education: Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 57-61

Higgins S, Bernstein L, Manning K, Schneider J, Kho A, Brownfield E, Branch WT (2011) Through the Looking Glass: How Reflective Learning Influences the Development of Young Faculty Members. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 23:3, 238-243 Manning K, Abraham C, Kim JS, et al. Preparing the Ground for Interprofessional Education: Getting to know Each Other. J Hum Rehabil. 2016

DeSimone AK, Haydek JP, Sudduth CL, LaBarbera V, Desai Y, Reinertsen E, Manning KD. Encouraging Student Interest in Teaching Through a Medical Student Teaching Competition. Academic Medicine: 2016

Manning KD, Winawer N, Murali M. Allergy and Anaphylaxis. In: Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine. McKean S, Ross J, Dressler D, Ginsberg J, Brotman D eds. McGraw-Hill, 2012

Manning KD. Go. In: On Being a Doctor Volume 4, Laine C, LaCombe M eds. American College of Physicians. 2014

Manning KD. The Lucky One. In: On Being a Doctor Volume 4, Laine C, LaCombe M eds. American College of Physicians. 2014

Manning KD. The Death of a Clinician-Educator. In: On Being a Doctor Volume 4, Laine C, LaCombe M eds. American College of Physicians. 2014

Manning KD. Professionalism in Hospital Medicine. In: Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine. McKean S, Ross J, Dressler D, Ginsberg J, Brotman D eds. McGraw-Hill, 2015

Manning KD. Black Women in Medicine. JAMA, in process (invited manuscript from editors)