Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
|1988||B.A., Yale College, Summa cum laude|
|1995||M.D., Harvard Medical School|
|1995-1998||Medicine Intern and Resident, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston|
|1998-2000||Physician, Tuba City Indian Medical Center, Indian Health Service|
|2001-2002||Attending Physician, Alameda County Medical Center, Oakland, CA|
|2002-2008||Hospitalist and Palliative Care Physician, Moffitt-Long Hospital|
|2006-2008||Co-Director, Foundations of Patient Care and Director, Transitional Clerkship, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)|
|2007-2008||Acting Director, UCSF Palliative Care Service|
|2008-2017||Director of Educational Programs, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Palliative Care Service|
|2009-2014||Associate Director, MGH Palliative Care Service|
Eva H. Chittenden, MD, is a former clinician educator at MGH, where she saw patients in the palliative care clinic. She also acted as the Director of Educational Programs at MGH.
Dr. Chittenden was a member of the AAHPM Fellowship Competencies Workgroup, which defined fellowship competencies, measurable outcomes, and evaluation tools. With Dr. Kristen Schaefer and colleagues, she developed and validated palliative care competencies for medical students and residents, which were published in Academic Medicine.
Dr. Chittenden has a particular interest in best practices in resuscitation discussions and advance care planning and speaks widely on this topic.
She is married and has three young children.