Sarah McGee, MD, MPH is a fellowship-trained geriatrician and a Clinical Associate
Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. She is a
graduate of New York Medical College and holds a MPH degree from St. Louis University.
She is the Director of the Geriatrics Education Resource Center at the University of
Massachusetts Medical School and the Director of Education for the Division of Geriatrics
at the medical school. Dr. McGee directs the educational activities in Geriatric Medicine
for medical students and residents. She is particularly interested in geriatric
interdisciplinary training, simulation, falls, and in improving the end-of-life care for
the frail elderly.
Posters and Presentations
Simulated Basic Skills Training: Graduate Nursing Students Teaching Medical Students: A Work in Progress (with Janet Hale, Mary L. Zanetti, Mai-Lan Rogoff, Melinda F. Taylor, Carolyn Kelly, Mitchell Cahan, Robin Toft Klar, Carol A. Jaffarian, Sheldon L. Hollins, Linda Chellali, Steven DeGurski, Melissa Plourde, Susan Lattanzi, Ann DeFosse, Nancy Bettez, Joan Morrison, and Stella Quartey), Society on Simulation in Healthcare Conference 2008 (2008)