Stephen C. Lippold, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of Internal Medicine, Division of Geriatric Medicine
Stephen C. Lippold, PhD
Medical Psychology Associates, P.C.
Division of Geriatric Medicine
University of Texas Medical Branch
301 University Blvd
3.118 Jennie Sealy Hospital
Galveston, Texas 77546
|Degree/Training Completed||Year||Name & Location|
|B.S.||1972||Purdue University, Psychology|
|M.A.||1982||Eastern Illinois University,
|Ph.D.||1986||University of Houston,
1982 - 1983 Teaching Fellow, undergraduate course in reading effectiveness. University of Houston. Supervisor: Eugene Doughtie, Ph.D.
1984 - 1985 Teaching Assistant, two graduate courses in statistics. University of Houston. Supervisor: Joseph P. Carbonari, Ed.D.
1985 - 1986 Research and Statistical Consultant. Department of Psychology, University of Houston. Supervisor: Joseph P. Carbonari, Ed.D.
1988 Lecturer, graduate survey course in cognitive rehabilitation. Department of Psychology, University of Houston.
1991 Clinical Assistant Professor. Department of Psychology, University of Houston.
2000 - 2001 Adjunct Professor. Psychology Department, University of Houston, Clear Lake.
2007 - today Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas.
International Neuropsychological Society (Member)
Houston Neuropsychological Society (Member)
The department of internal medicine is developing evidence based clinical protocols which will be available in EPIC (as order sets) for use when admitting patients with these diagnoses. Their AIM is to standardize care and decrease length of stay and readmission rates.Currently available protocols are:
- CAP - Community Acquired Pneumonia Orderset
- Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
- Diabetic Ketoacidosis Adult, ICU
- General Medicine Admission
- Immunodeficiency Flow Panel
- MICU/CCU Admission Order Set
- Oral Analgesic Medicaitons
- Parenteral Opioids
- Sepsis, Adult ICU
All protocols can be found in the EPIC order set section.
The department of Internal Medicine has a large role in the Meaningful Use Initiative. Our participation is key for the success of the initiative. Please visit the meaningful use website for important communication and updates from the Meaningful Use Initiative.