Selected Publications

  1. Suchman AL, Sluyter DJ, Williamson PR, Leading Change in Healthcare - transforming organizations using complexity, positive psychology and relationship-centered care, Radcliffe Publishing, Ltd, (London) 2011. 
  2. Inui TS, Cottingham AH, Frankel RM, Litzelman DK, Suchman AL, Williamson PR, Supporting Teaching and learning Professionalism—Changing the Educational Environment and Students’ “Navigational Skills”, in Creuss, Creuss and Steinert, eds, Teaching Medical Professionalism, Cambridge University Press, 2008, pp 108-123.
  3. Litzelman DK, Williamson PR, Suchman AL, Bodgewic SP, Cottingham AH, Frankel RM, Mossbarger DL, Inui TS, Fostering Faculty Well-being through Personal, Community and Cultural Formation at an Academic Medical Center: Indiana University School of Medicine as a Case Study, in Faculty Health and Wellbeing, T.J. Goodrich, et. al., eds,, Humana Press, 2008, pp183-204,.
  4. Cottingham AH, Suchman AL, Litzelman DK, Frankel RM, Mossbarger DL, Williamson PR, Baldwin DC, Inui TS, Enhancing the Informal Curriculum of a Medical School: A Case Study in Organizational Culture Change. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 23 (6) 2008 pp 715-722.
  5. Litzelman DK, Cottingham A with IUSM Colleagues (Williamson P, role as described in Table 1) The New Formal Competency-Based Curriculum and Informal Curriculum at Indiana University School of Medicine: Overview and Five Year Analysis. Acad Med 82(4): 2007.
  6. Inui TS, with Cottingham AH, Frankel RM, Litzelman DK, Mossbarger DL, Suchman AL, Vu TR, and Williamson PR. Educating for Professionalism at Indiana University School of Medicine: Feet on the Ground and Fresh Eyes, in Professionalism in Medicine: Critical Perspectives (editors: Wear D, Aultman JM). Springer (New York) 2006 pp. 165-184.
  7. Cole KA, Barker LR, Kolodner K, Williamson PR, Wright SM, Kern DE. Faculty development in teaching skills: an intensive longitudinal model. Academic Medicine. May 2004; 79: 469-480.
  8. Suchman AS, Williamson PR, Litzelman DK, Frankel RM, Mossbarger DL, Inui TS and the Relationship centered Care Initiative Discovery Team. Towards an informal curriculum that teaches professionalism: transforming the social environment of a medical school. Journal of General Internal Medicine. v19, May  2004.
  9. Suchman AL, Williamson PR, Robbins DB, Cronin CJC. Strategic planning as partnership building: Engaging the voice of the community. http://connection.cwru.edu/ai/uploads/Strategic Planning and Community Partnership-Healthcare.doc  2003
  10. Williamson PR. Mindfulness in medicine, mindfulness in life. Families, Systems & Health. 2003; 21(1): 19-20.
  11. Williamson P. The courage to lead: retreats for the personal and professional renewal of health care leaders” in Medical Encounter: newsletter of the American Academy on Physician and Patient, Summer, 2001.
  12. Williamson PR, Suchman SL, Cronin CJ, Robbins DR. Relationship centered consulting. Reflections: The Society of Organizational Learning Journal, Fall Issue, 2001.
  13. Williamson P. Supporting Wellness: Thomas S. Inui, MD, in Schiller M, et.al, (eds). Appreciative Leaders: In the Eye of the Beholder. Taos, NM, Taos Institute Press. 2001.
  14. Williamson PR, Smith R, Kern DE, Lipkin M, Barker LR, Hoppe R, and Florek J. The medical interview and psychosocial aspects of medicine: residency block curricula. JGIM. 1992; 7(2):235-242.
  15. Williamson P. Support groups: an important aspect of physician education. JGIM. 1991; 6(2): 179-180.
  16. Quill T, Williamson PR. Healthy approaches to physician stress. Archives Internal Medicine. 1990; 150:1857-1961.
  17. Makadon H, Williamson PR, Pisaneschi J, editors, AIDS for the Primary Care Provider: a Faculty Development Course for Physicians and Caregivers. Publisher: American Foundation for AIDS Research (AMFAR), New York, Fall, 1989.
  18. Williamson PR, Ellsworth A. Update on the sudden infant death syndrome. NARD Journal. 1985; 107(8):8-10.
  19. Williamson PR, McCauley E. On being a diabetic patient: a simulated experience. Family Systems Medicine. 1984; 2(4):409-415.
  20. Ashworth CD, Williamson PR, Montano DE. A scale to measure physicians beliefs about psychosocial aspects of patient care. Social Science and Medicine. 1984; 19(11):1235-1238.
  21. Twersky R, Williamson PR. Family conferences: An approach to teaching family systems in a family practice residency. Social Work Health Care. 1983; 9(1).
  22. Williamson PR, McCormick TR, Taylor TR. Who is the patient: A family case study of recurrent dilemma in family practice. Journal of Family Practice. 1983; 17(6).
  23. Williamson PR. Medicine and marriage. Washington Academy of Family Practice Journal. January, 1983.
  24. Lipkin M Jr., Williamson PR. On teaching and learning psychosocial aspects of primary care in developed countries, in: Lipkin M Jr., Kupka K. Psychosocial Factors Affecting Health. New York: Praeger. 1982; 318-321.
  25. Hunt DD, Williamson PR, Williams PW. Confidence in interviewing scale (CIS); validity and reliability testing. Journal of Medical Education. 1982; 57(5):406-408.
  26. Beitman BB, Williamson PR, Featherstone H, Katon W. An analysis of resistance to physician use of the biopsychosocial model. General Hospital Psychiatry. 1982; 4:81-83.
  27. Williamson PR, Beitman B, Katon W. Beliefs which foster physician avoidance of psychosocial aspects of health care. Journal of Family Practice. 1981; 13(7):999-1003
  28. Williamson PR, English EC. Stress and coping in first pregnancy: Couple-family physician interaction. Journal of Family Practice. 1981; 13(5): 629-635.
  29. Katon W, Williamson PR, Ries A. A prospective study of 60 consecutive psychiatric consultations in a family medicine clinic. Journal of Family Practice. 1981; 13(1):47-55.
  30. Williamson PR, Oktay J, Bennett B. Behavioral scientists as clinical educators of primary care practitioners. In Golden A, et al (eds). The Art of Teaching Primary Health Care. New York, Springer Publishing Co., Inc. 1981.
  31. Williamson PR, Scheingold L, Kastner L. Training of behavioral scientists in family medicine. Journal of Family Practice. 1980; 11(7):1133-1134.
  32. Williamson PR, Oktay J, Bennett B. Behavioral scientists as clinical educators of primary care practitioners. Journal of Medical Education. 1978; 53(3):191-197.
  33. Williamson PR, Oktay J, Bennett B. Clinical social scientist-physician preceptor teams. Proceedings of National Workshop on Medical Preceptorships, Meyer T and Siverston S (eds), Madison, Wisconsin. 1977; 304-323.
  34. Carlson D, Williamson PR. Developing maternal and child health care clinics in Nigeria, Africa. Family Health Training Project Progress Report. 1975; 50.