Director, TEACH Program
Associate Clinical Professor, UCSF
Dr. Goodman serves as Director of the TEACH Program which provides curriculum development, professional advocacy, and training support in reproductive health for northern California residency programs. She serves as an Associate Clinical Professor for UCSF Department of Family and Community Medicine, and is a member Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s National Medical Committee, PRCH's Residency Education Initiative's National Advisory Committee, and a delegate for California Academy of Family Practice.
She served as Director of Medical Education for Planned Parenthood Golden Gate between 2003 and 2007, and as Training Director for the California Access through Primary Care (now the Health Workforce Pilot Project) from 2005 and 2007. She continues to have a strong interest in policy through her work with SFP, PRCH, ARHP and CAFP.
Her research interests include contraceptive access and adherence, miscarriage management, reproductive health training in primary care specialties, and predictors of ongoing provision. Her international work has focused on capacity building of urban and rural reproductive health providers.
Dr. Goodman completed medical school at Stanford University, residency training in both Obstetrics and Gynecology (2 years at UW) and Family Medicine (Contra Costa Regional), a Masters in Public Health and Research Fellowship (UC Berkeley), and a Faculty Development Fellowship (UC San Francisco). In addition to her clinical, research, and teaching activities in reproductive health, she brings broad experience in international health training and public health advocacy.