Benjamin Kinnear.

Attending Physician, Division of Hospital Medicine

Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

513-636-4214

Board Certified

About Me

Biography

Dr. Kinnear is an internal medicine and pediatrics hospitalist physician at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and University of Cincinnati Medical Center (UCMC). He completed his Med-Peds residency training in 2013, and subsequently completed at Med-Peds chief year in 2014.

Dr. Kinnear serves as the assistant program director for the Med-Peds residency program, and as associate program director for the Internal Medicine residency program’s Medical Education Pathway. He is part of both residency’s core education teams, with a focus on programmatic learner assessment, clinical competency committees, and validity arguments in CBME. Dr. Kinnear completed his Masters in Medical Education in 2018, and will be one of the first faculty members to participate in the Education Research Scholars Program at Cincinnati Children's in 2019. He also has a clinical interest in using point-of-care ultrasound by both pediatric and adult inpatient providers, and he has helped teach at multiple local and regional POCUS training conferences.

Academic Affiliation

Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Divisions

Hospital Medicine

My Education

BA: Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO, 2004.

MD: University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, 2009.

Residency: Internal Medicine-Pediatrics, University of Cincinnati Medical Center and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2013.

Chief year: Med-Peds Chief, University of Cincinnati Medical Center and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2014.

MEd: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 2018.

Board Certification: American Board of Pediatrics, 2013; American Board of Internal Medicine, 2013.

My Publications

When I say … the wisdom of crowds. Kinnear, B; Kelleher, M; Sall, D; Schumacher, DJ; Warm, EJ. Medical Education. 2020; 54:502-503.

Developing Trust With Early Medical School Graduates During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Kinnear, B; Kelleher, M; Olson, AP J; Sall, D; Schumacher, DJ. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2020; 15:367-369.

Taking the Lid Off Learner Cognition in 2030: Measuring Competence in Nonprocedural Specialties Using Brain-Computer Interfaces. Kinnear, B; Applegate, L; Kelleher, M; Schumacher, DJ; Warm, EJ. Journal of graduate medical education. 2020; 12:361-362.

Variation in entrustment when sharing a single assessment system between university- And community-based residency programs: A comparison. Warm, EJ; Kinnear, B; Kelleher, M; Sall, D; Schauer, DP; Friedstrom, S. Academic Medicine. 2020; 95:590-598.

Linking Workplace-Based Assessment to ACGME Milestones: A Comparison of Mapping Strategies in Two Specialties. Kelleher, M; Kinnear, B; Wong, SE P; O'Toole, J; Warm, E. Teaching and Learning in Medicine: an international journal. 2020; 32:194-203.

A reliability analysis of entrustment-derived workplace-based assessments. Kelleher, M; Kinnear, B; Sall, D; Schumacher, D; Schauer, DP; Warm, EJ; Kelcey, B. Academic Medicine. 2020; 95:616-622.

Development and Establishment of Initial Validity Evidence for a Novel Tool for Assessing Trainee Admission Notes. Weber, DE; Held, JD; Jandarov, RA; Kelleher, M; Kinnear, B; Sall, D; O'Toole, JK. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2020; 35:1078-1083.

Clinical progress note: Point-of-care ultrasound in the evaluation of the dyspneic adult. Kelleher, M; Kinnear, B; Olson, A. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2020; 15:E1-E3.

Clinical progress note: Point-of-care ultrasound for the pediatric hospitalist. Kinnear, B; Kelleher, M; Chorny, V. Journal of hospital medicine (Online). 2020; 15:E1-E3.

Risk Factors for the Development of Hospital-Associated Venous Thromboembolism in Adult Patients Admitted to a Children's Hospital. Moss, SR; Jenkins, AM; Caldwell, AK; Herbst, BF; Kelleher, ME; Kinnear, B; Ambroggio, L; Herbst, LA; Chima, RS; O'Toole, JK. Hospital Pediatrics. 2020; 10:166-172.