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Department of Family Medicine

Chantal M. Brazeau, M.D.


Interim Chair , Department of Family Medicine

Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Diplomate, American Board of Family Medicine
Professor

Department of Family Medicine
brazeacm@njms.rutgers.edu
 
Administrative

Behavioral Health Science Building (BHSB)
183 South Orange Avenue Room E 1557

Hours: 9 to 5 Monday to Friday
Phone: (973) 972-7979
Fax: (973) 972-7997
 
 

Clinical Info

Medical Expertise

Mental health in primary care including depression, anxiety disorders and health habit control.
Healthcare professional and student well-being and burnout.

 

Hospital Affiliation

University Hospital, Newark
Clara Maass Medical Center

 

Insurance Participation

Insurance Participation: with Provider Number ( where applicable ) The information below is subject to change and should not be relied upon until after it is verified with the insurance company. In addition, psychiatric providers should be contacted directly for information on their participation with managed care and insurance companies.

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Languages

French

 

Biography

Overview

Dr. Brazeau is Professor of Family Medicine and Psychiatry at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School (NJMS). She received her MD degree in 1983 from the University of Ottawa before completing her residency in Family Medicine. She practiced for 5 ½ years in a family medicine group practice and then entered the (then) UMDNJ Psychiatry Residency program which she completed in 1995. She maintains board certification in both Psychiatry and Family Medicine. She has been a Faculty at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School since 1995, Director of Medical Student Education in the Department of Family Medicine since 2001, Interim Chair of the Department since 2012 and Assistant Dean for Faculty Vitality since 2016. Her areas of professional interest include: the doctor-patient relationship, issues related to the provision of mental health in primary care medicine, as well as ethics, humanism and professionalism. She has a special interest in medical student and physician well-being and burnout prevention; she has conducted local and national research on this topic and presented her work at national and international meetings. Her work as Assistant Dean for Faculty Vitality focuses on faculty and leadership development workshops on faculty well-being and development of a school-wide task force on faculty vitality.

 

Education

M.D., 1983, University of Ottawa

 

Licensure & Certification

Medical Licensure
New Jersey

 

Languages

French

 

Publications

Relevant Publications:

Brazeau, C, Schroeder, R, Rovi, S, Boyd, L: Relationships between Burnout, Empathy and Professionalism Climate; Academic Medicine, 85(10): S33-S36, 2010
Brazeau, C, Schroeder, R, Rovi, S, Boyd, L: Relationship between Medical Student Empathy and Service; Academic Medicine, 86(10):S42-S45, 2011
Brazeau, C, Shanafelt, T, Durning, S, Massie, FS, Eacker, A, Moutier,C, Satele, D, Sloan, J, Dyrbye, L: Distress among Matriculating Medical Students Relative to the General Population; Academic Medicine, 89 (11):1520-1525, 2014

 

Courses Taught

FMED8002K Family Med Clerkship


Current Research

Site investigator for Rutgers New Jersey Medical School for a national study entitled: Medical Student Well-Being and Professionalism: A Multi-center, Longitudinal Study Exploring the Factors that Shape Development of Professional Attributes
This longitudinal survey, based at the MAYO clinic (L.Dyrbye, MD Principal Investigator), seeks to longitudinally evaluate medical student variations in well-being, competency, and professional attributes during medical school, understand factors that influence those attributes and follow students as they graduate and progress through their professional career.



 

 

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