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Publications 2013



*Balmer, D. F., Hall, E., Fink, M., & Richards, B. F. (2013). How do medical students navigate the interplay of explicit curricula, implicit curricula, and extracurricula to learn curricular objectives?Academic Medicine88(8), 1135-1141.

*Gecht-Silver, M. R., & Ducombe, A. M. (2013). Patient information: Arthritis and exercise (Beyond the Basics). In R.N. Maini, UptoDate.

*Grief, S. N. (2013). Upper respiratory infectionsPrimary Care: Clinics in Office Practice40(3), 757-770.

Grief, S.N. (2013). BRAIN: 5 Ways to improve your brain health. Vita Journal, 24-25.

Grief, S.N. (2013). Break the circle of stress. Vita Journal, 6-7.

Grief, S.N. (2013). How can I control inflammation to slow aging?. Vita Journal, 6-7.

Grief, S.N. (2013). Immune system intelligence: creating vitality and harmony in a dangerous world. Vita Journal, 24-25.

Grief, S.N. (2013). Your “super” immune system: help it defend you year ‘round. Vita Journal, 6-7.

*Hasnain, M., Schwartz, A., Girotti, J., Bixby, A., Rivera, L., & UIC Experiences of Care Project Group. (2013). Differences in patient-reported experiences of care by race and acculturation statusJournal of Immigrant and Minority Health15(3), 517-524.

Hickner, J. (2013). How well do you know your patients?. Journal of Family Medicine, 62(12), 693.

Hickner, J. (2013). Don’t mind the noise—they’re just trying to sleep. Journal of Family Medicine, 62(10), 537.

Hickner, J. (2013). Will screening open Pandora’s box. Journal of Family Medicine, 62(9), 465.

Hickner, J. (2013). How I manage difficult encounters. Journal of Family Medicine, 62(8), 398.

Hickner, J. (2013). Have family physicians abandoned acute care. Journal of Family Medicine, 62(7), 333.

Hickner, J. (2013). Words—not scores—inspire Me. Journal of Family Medicine, 62(6), 282.

Hickner, J. (2013). Success with team care. Journal of Family Medicine, 62(5), 225.

Hickner, J. (2013). End EMR tyranny!. Journal of Family Medicine, 62(4), 173.

Hickner, J. (2013). Catching up with the evidence. Journal of Family Medicine, 62(3), 119.

Hickner, J. (2013). Don’t call me a provider. Journal of Family Medicine, 62(2), 60.

Hickner, J. (2013). Arm them with evidence. Journal of Family Medicine, 62(1), 3.

Johnson, M.T. (2013, November 4). A simple solution to avoid the physician quality reporting system penalty [Web log post].

*Lind, C. E., Godfrey, E. M., Rankin, K. M., & Handler, A. S. (2013). Likelihood of emergency contraception use among African-American women at risk of adverse birth outcomesMaternal and Child Health Journal, 18(5), 1190-1195.

*Morley, C. P., Badolato, D. J., Hickner, J., & Epling, J. W. (2013). The impact of prior authorization requirements on primary care physicians’ offices: report of two parallel network studiesThe Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine26(1), 93-95.

*Nakhoul, G. N., & Hickner, J. (2013). Management of adults with acute streptococcal pharyngitis: minimal value for backup strep testing and overuse of antibioticsJournal of general internal medicine28(6), 830-834.

*Park, Y. S., Lineberry, M., Hyderi, A., Bordage, G., Riddle, J., & Yudkowsky, R. (2013). Validity evidence for a patient note scoring rubric based on the new patient note format of the United States Medical Licensing ExaminationAcademic Medicine88(10), 1552-1557.