Hannah E. Maxfield, MD, FAAFP
Dr. Hannah Maxfield is an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health. She is heavily involved in undergraduate medical education as well as interprofessional education and serves as the co-director for the Interprofessional Teaching Clinic.
Dr. Maxfield completed her medical degree at St. Louis University prior to coming to the University of Kansas for her residency. She served as chief resident during her final year and proceeded to join the faculty. She has completed several faculty development fellowships including a HRSA Type II Faculty Development Fellowship and the ADFM LEADS fellowship.
Education and Training
- BA, Biology , Drake Univ.
- MD, MD, St. Louis Univ.
- Residency, Family Medicine , University of Kansas Department of Family Medicine
- Post Doctoral Fellowship, University of Kansas School of Medicine
- Post Doctoral Fellowship, Leadership development, Association of Departments of Family Medicine, Leawood, KS
Licensure, Accreditations & Certifications
- Family Medicine Board Certification, American Board of Family Medicine
- Kansas Board of the Healing Arts
- KUSOM Academic and Professionalism Committee, Member, 2020 - Present
- KUSOM Academic and Professionalism Committee, Promotions subcommittee, Member, 2020 - Present
- KUSOM Selection Committee, Member, 2020 - Present
- Kansas Academy of Family Physicians (KAFP), Communications Committee, Member, 2016 - Present
- KU School of Medicine Academy of Medical Educators Scholarship and Research Committee, Member, 2016 - Present
- Kansas Academy of Family Physicians (KAFP), Director, 2011 - 2013
- Kansas Academy of Family Physicians (KAFP), Membership and Member Services Committee, Member, 2011 - 2015
The majority of my scholarly activity has been in the context of teaching and evaluating 3rd year medical students in the Family Medicine clerkship. This has included work on faculty evaluations, teaching communication skills, using standardized patient experiences and most recently, work in an interprofessional teaching clinic.
I am also heavily involved in interprofessional teaching and practice and have presented both on the learning aspect for students of multiple disciplines as well as the patient perceptions of their care.
- Maxfield, H, Delzell, J., E, Chumley, H. 2011. Eliciting the patient's perspective: does experience or type of case make a difference?. Patient education and counseling, 82 (2), 222-5
- Maxfield, Hannah. 2012. Humbled. Society of Teachers in Family Medicine, 44 (2), 134. https://www.stfm.org/familymedicine/vol44issue2/Maxfield134
- Zaudke, Jenna, Maxfield, Hannah. 2012. Teaching Third Year Medical Students the Four Habits Model to Improve Their Patient-Centered Interviewing Skills. Teaching and Learning in Medicine. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/289530154_Abstracts_from_the_Proceedings_of_the_2012_Society_of_Teachers_of_Family_Medicine_STFM_Conference_on_Medical_Student_Education_Teaching_and_Learning_in_Medicine_An_International_Journal_251_109-114
- Maxfield, H, Kennedy, M, Delzell, Jr, J., E, Paolo, A., M. 2014. Student Performance in a Rural Family Medicine Clerkship Experience: Are They Learning as Much as Their Peers?. Family medicine, 46 (7), 536-8
- Shrader, S, Maxfield, Hannah, Jernigan, S. 2018. Determining the Impact of an Interprofessional Teaching Clinic of Patients’ Experience of Care. Journal of Interprofessional Education and Practice
- Maxfield, Hannah. 2020. Pregnancy with IUD in Place. The Journal of Family Practice, 69 (4), 205-206.