Course Director – Adult Clinical Medicine I and Adult Clinical Medicine II, Psychosocial Aspects of Healthcare (MPAS 5201)
Master of Physician Assistant Studies, University of Colorado School of Medicine, 2010; Certificate - Pediatrics, Child Health Associate/Physician Assistant, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, CO, 2010; Bachelor of Science - Biology, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1999.
Mr. Bogart is an Instructor in the Department of Pediatrics for the Physician Assistant Program. He is a graduate of the CHA/PA Program and proud to join the faculty of his alma mater. After graduation, he practiced in Primary Care Internal Medicine at Denver Health and was a regular guest lecturer and small group facilitator until joining the faculty full time in 2013. Since joining the faculty, Kevin took his passion for effective communication to join the Palliative Care Service at University Hospital. Kevin’s clinical interests are in primary care, effective communication (motivational interviewing / difficult conversations), and working with diverse patient populations. Kevin is a Faculty member for the interprofessional LEADS Track which provides elective leadership, advocacy education, and community building training using service, experiential learning and one-on-one mentorship. He directs the Adult Clinical Medicine I & II courses throughout the second year and the Psychosocial Aspects of Medicine course in the First Summer of the curriculum.