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Tiffany S. Glasgow

Tiffany S. Glasgow, MD

Languages spoken: English, Spanish

Clinical Locations

  • Primary Children's Hospital

    801-662-3645
  • Tiffany Glasgow, MD is a Professor and Chief of the Division of Hospital Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Utah. She completed her medical school and residency training at University of California San Francisco in 1997. Her career at the University of Utah began in 2001.

    Dr. Glasgow’s clinical expertise is in treating hospitalized children at Primary Children’s Medical Center where she has served a number of administrative roles such as Medical Staff President, Medical Officer of the Day, and Ethics Committee. She has lead quality improvement initiatives around care for patients with bronchiolitis and neonatal intensive care transitions to the inpatient setting.

    Educational missions include prior Course Director of the Clinical Methods and Medical Decision-Making longitudinal curriculum encompassing all 4 years of medical school, and Core Faculty in the Layers of Medicine course in Medical Humanities. She is an advisor for the Education in Pediatrics Across the Continuum (EPAC) multi-center educational innovation project.. Her entire clinical practice involves resident and student learners.

    She has expertise in Early Career Coaching and serves as a coach and mentor for junior faculty, residents and medical students. She serves as a co-advisor for the Gold Humanism Honor Society in the School of Medicine.

    As a Wellness Champion, she co-founded the "Thriving in Pediatrics" initiative which has generated over 20 projects to improve provider engagement and mitigate burn-out.

    Dr. Glasgow has 16 publications in peer reviewed journals relating to newborn infections, intrapartum antibiotic, late-preterm infants, bronchiolitis and competency-based assessment in medical education.

    Specialties

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments Pediatrics - Primary
  • Tiffany Glasgow, MD is a Professor and Chief of the Division of Hospital Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Utah. She completed her medical school and residency training at University of California San Francisco in 1997. Her career at the University of Utah began in 2001.

    Dr. Glasgow’s clinical expertise is in treating hospitalized children at Primary Children’s Medical Center where she has served a number of administrative roles such as Medical Staff President, Medical Officer of the Day, and Ethics Committee. She has lead quality improvement initiatives around care for patients with bronchiolitis and neonatal intensive care transitions to the inpatient setting.

    Educational missions include prior Course Director of the Clinical Methods and Medical Decision-Making longitudinal curriculum encompassing all 4 years of medical school, and Core Faculty in the Layers of Medicine course in Medical Humanities. She is an advisor for the Education in Pediatrics Across the Continuum (EPAC) multi-center educational innovation project.. Her entire clinical practice involves resident and student learners.

    She has expertise in Early Career Coaching and serves as a coach and mentor for junior faculty, residents and medical students. She serves as a co-advisor for the Gold Humanism Honor Society in the School of Medicine.

    As a Wellness Champion, she co-founded the "Thriving in Pediatrics" initiative which has generated over 20 projects to improve provider engagement and mitigate burn-out.

    Dr. Glasgow has 16 publications in peer reviewed journals relating to newborn infections, intrapartum antibiotic, late-preterm infants, bronchiolitis and competency-based assessment in medical education.

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments Pediatrics -Primary

    Education history

    Residency Pediatrics - University of California San Francisco Resident
    Pediatrics - University of California San Francisco Intern
    Professional Medical Medicine - University of California - San Francisco M.D.
    University of Southern California B.S.