Mony Fraer


He is an associate professor in University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, Iowa City. In preparing for the fundamental changes in healthcare he completed a Master in Healthcare Delivery Science through Dartmouth College. He has been working as an academic nephrologist since finishing his residency in 2005. The clinical part of his work involves all aspects of care for patients with kidney diseases (including transplant, kidney stones, hypertension, and dialysis) both in an inpatient (at all 3 hospitals in the Iowa City area) and outpatient setting. He also continues to have a general internal medicine inpatient exposure. The teaching aspect of his job involves both formal/class as well as bedside/clinical education for trainees at different levels (students, residents of different specialties and nephrology fellows as well as peers - outreach, division and departmental lectures). From an administrative perspective, He has been the medical director for dialysis at University of Iowa since 2015 where he is responsible for the quality and safety, staff education and other aspects of the 7 dialysis units owned by the University; leadership skills in this job involve communication, negotiations across departments and with senior leadership. He is also a quality officer in the department of medicine and solid organ transplant. He is an author of articles and some book chapters.

Research Interests:

His research interests maily focus on Internal Medicine, Nephrology i.e., on kidney diseases (including transplant, kidney stones, hypertension and dialysis)

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