Jess Dreicer is a general internist and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the UVA School of Medicine. She received her MD in 2015 from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and completed her internal medicine residency training at Oregon Health & Science University in 2018. She serves as Associate Program Director of the UVA Internal Medicine residency overseeing the patient safety and quality improvement curriculum and as a GME Clinical Reasoning Coach. Her academic interests include clinical reasoning with a focus on prognostic reasoning and its intersection with improving medical education and patient safety. She is a SIDM Fellow in this current 2023-2024 cohort working on a project to deepen our understanding of the relationship between diagnostic and prognostic reasoning.