Steven E. Roskos, MD, is an associate professor in the Department of Family Medicine. He serves as associate chair for academic affairs.
He receive his MD from Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1994, and served his family medicine residency at Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, graduating in 1997.
Dr. Roskos practiced at a Community Health Center in rural Tennessee for seven years, then taught at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Family Medicine Residency Program before joining Michigan State in 2007. He completed a Primary Care Faculty Development Fellowship with an emphasis in curriculum development at Michigan State University in 2007.
His clinical interests include full spectrum family medicine, including maternity care, hospital care, and office procedures. He is also interested in the treatment of chronic pain and international health. His research is primarily in medical education. He is a certified Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO) instructor.
- • Lewis M, Roskos S. “We Do That in Family Medicine:” Implementation of a Skills, Communication, and Procedures Day Into the Clerkship Curriculum. Poster presented at 2016 STFM Conference on Medical Student Education in Phoenix, AZ. January 29, 2016.
- • vanSchagen JE, Phillips JP, Roskos SE, Barry HC, Wadland WC. The integrated Program (TIP): An Innovative Scholarship Model for Community-Based Residencies. 48th Annual Spring STFM Conference, Orlando, FL, April 2015.
- • Anthony D, White J, WinklerPrins V, Roskos S. Impact of the Electronic Medical Record on Community Preceptors’ Teaching Behaviors Regarding Progress Notes: a Multi-Institution Study. Peer Paper In-Progress presented at the 2015 STFM Conference on Medical Student Education in Atlanta, GA. February 7, 2015.
- • Phillips J, Roskos S. Teaching Students in Clinical Settings: How to be Effective and Efficient. Precepting PEERS Day. Graduate Medical Education, Inc. Lansing, Michigan. August 2014.