Terry Kind, MD, MPH Pediatrician



Terry Kind, MD, MPH, is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. She has served as the Director of Pediatrics Medical Student Education since 2008. In GW medical school’s revised curriculum she also serves as a professional development mentor and co-directs the Behavior and Development theme. She practices primary care pediatrics at Children’s Health Center at Martin Luther King, a community-based health center in Southeast Washington, DC. Dr. Kind was a founding member of the Metropolitan DC Reach Out and Read Coalition and was its former Medical Director. She is board certified in pediatrics, has been a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (FAAP) since 2002, and previously served on the Editorial Board of PediaLink. Her professional interests include medical education, reflective practice, lifelong learning, social media. and professionalism.  She blogs at www.PediatricCareer.org.

Education & Training

Education & Training

  • MPH, 2001
    Columbia University
  • MD, 1997
    Mount Sinai School of Medicine


Research & Publications

Research & Publications

Can an Information Prescription Change Parental Attitudes and Behaviors Related to Using the Internet for Health Information Resources

(2004) Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine

Climbing Social Media in Medicine's Hierarchy of Needs.

(2014) Academic Medicine

Social media milestones: entrusting trainees to conduct themselves responsibly and professionally.

(2014) The Journal of Graduate Medical Education

Learning to Deliver Care in a Medical Home: A Qualitative Analysis of Residents' Reflections on Practice.

(2014) Clinical pediatrics

Running on the road to reflection.

(2014) Academic Medicine

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