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Benjamin N. Schneider M.D.

    • Associate Professor of Family Medicine School of Medicine
    • Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Medical Education Student Affairs Office of the Dean School of Medicine

Dr. Schneider received his medical degree from Rush University Medical College in 2008 at which time he came to OHSU for his residency training in family medicine, which he completed in 2011.  After a one year chief resident fellowship he joined the faculty.  Clinically, Dr. Schneider enjoys caring for entire families and provides inpatient and outpatient care to adults and children.  He sees his role as a family physician as a patient advisor and educator, meeting people where they are at and recommending the best care possible. Whether the issue at hand is disease prevention, health maintenance, management of an acute problem or a chronic disease Dr. Schneider helps patients to understand and make choices that are right for them.   He enjoys the cognitive aspects of medicine as well as minor procedures.  He spends much of his time engaged in medical student education and is often has students working with him in clinic.  When he is not seeing patients, he serves as an assistant dean for student affairs in the OHSU School of Medicine, helping prepare the next generation of physicians. In his leisure time, he enjoys being with his family and exploring the natural wonders Oregon has to offer.

  • Residency:

    • Oregon Health & Science University


  • "Innovation in family medicine residencies" Annals of Family Medicine May 2011
  • "Hitting the Ground Running" Annals of Family Medicine July 2011
  • "You get what you pay for, and it's time to stop paying for what we've been getting" Annals of Family Medicine January 2011
  • "The delta-exchange." Annals of Family Medicine September 2011
  • "AFMRD strategic plan" Annals of Family Medicine November 2010
  • "Sharpen the saw!" Annals of Family Medicine March 2011
  • "The feasibility and acceptability of administering a telemedicine objective structured clinical exam as a solution for providing equivalent education to remote and rural learners" Rural and Remote Health  2015
  • "Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD)"  May 28 2015
  • "Nicotine addiction"  May 28 2015
  • "Considerations for Medical Students and Advisors After an Unsuccessful Match" Academic Medicine March 21 2017
  • "Medical student teaching and recruiting" Family Medicine April 1 2017
  • "In Reply to Hueston et al" Academic Medicine March 1 2018
  • "Validation and Comparison of a Brief Instrument vs a Single-Item Screen to Predict Entry to Family Medicine at Matriculation to Medical School" Family Medicine October 1 2018
  • "Postinterview Communication" Journal of graduate medical education August 1 2018
  • "Design and Implementation of a Competency-Based Family Medicine Clerkship Curriculum" Family Medicine March 1 2019

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