Lynn E. Webb, PhD

Lynn E. Webb, PhD. Faculty Vanderbilt CPPA; Assistant Dean, School of Medicine; Assistant Professor, Medical Education and Administration

Dr. Lynn Webb is Assistant Dean for the Vanderbilt School of Medicine and Assistant Professor of Medical Education and Administration at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN. He serves on the faculty of Vanderbilt's Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy and leads the Center's Coworker Observation Reporting System and medical student Professionalism in Learning program. He coordinates the teaching of communication skills in the medical school curriculum and provides individual coaching to practicing physicians who want to improve their communication skills with patients and colleagues. Dr. Webb came to Vanderbilt in 1993 as chief operating officer for the Vanderbilt Medical Group. He has served as chief executive officer of the Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital and chief of staff to the Dean of the School of Medicine. He holds a Ph.D. in educational administration and higher education from Southern Illinois University and master's in business administration from the University of Illinois.

Recent Speaking Engagements:

  • Vanderbilt Medical Group - Physician Orientation, New Leader Orientation, Healthcare Reform
  • 2019 SCAHRMA Annual Conference - The Engagement of Professionalism and Its Impact on a Culture of Safety
  • West Virginia Board of Osteopathic Medicine - Using Co-worker Observations to Promote Accountability for Disrespectful and Unsafe Behaviors by Physicians and APPs
  • Cup of Coffee Training at Texas A&M College of Medicine 
  • UMMC - Best Practice in Service Recovery
  • Keck Medicine Professionalism Training
  • Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria, Inc, Melbourne, AU - Promoting Professionalism and a Culture of Safety and Respect, It Begins With a Cup of Coffee
  • OR Manager Conference, Nashville, TN - In Pursuit of a Culture of Safety and Respect: It Starts With a Cup of Coffee

View Dr. Webb's research Publications on PubMed Here