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Michael S. Picchioni, MD

Medicine Department   Image  
General Medicine Division
  • Assistant Professor of Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine
  • Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency, Baystate Medical Center
Baystate High Street Health Center Adult Medicine
140 High Street, C Level
Springfield, MA 01199
  • Internal Medicine Fellowship, Rhode Island Hospital
    Providence, RI
  • Residency, Medical Center Hospital of Vermont
    Burlington, VT
  • Dempsey Hospital UConn Health Center
    Farmington, CT


Areas of Interest
  • Internal Medicine


  • Ledford CH, Headly A, Hoellein A, Houghton B, Morschhauser S, Picchioni M, Pokala S, Speer A, Whelton S,  Journal Watch from the Alliance for Clinical Education: Annual Review of Medical Education Articles in Internal Medicine Journals 2004-2005. Teaching and Learning in Medicine, Summer 2006, Vol. 18(3) 273-6.
  • Picchioni M, Hinchey KT, Rosenblum M, Meade L, Ling, Task-Specific mini-CEX’s: A way of documenting competence and enhancing feeback. Journal of General Internal Medicine, Vol. 21, Issue S4, April 2006.
  • Picchioni M, Milan FB, Tammaro D, Cyr MG: “Effectiveness of a Brief Psychosocial Teaching Program:  A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Journal of General Internal Medicine, Vol. 11(Supplement):107. April 1996.