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Publications 2014

*=Peer-Reviewed

 

*Chico, J., & Gavagan, T. (2014). In a patient with knee pain, how accurate is the physical exam for meniscal injury?Evidence Based Practice 17(9), E7-8 .

* Dalai, V. V., Khalid, S., Gottipati, D., Kannampallil, T., John, V., Blatter, B., & Cohen, T. (2014). Evaluating the effects of cognitive support on psychiatric clinical comprehensionArtificial Intelligence in Medicine62(2), 91-104.

*Dykens, A., Hedrick, C., Ndiaye, Y., & Linn, A. (2014). Peace corps partnered health services implementation research in global health: opportunity for impactGlobal Advances in Health and Medicine3(5), 8-15.

*Dykens, A., N’diaye, Y., Irwin, T., & Peters, K. (2014). The prevalence and risk factors of cervical dysplasia and cervical cancer in the Kedougou Region, SenegalAnnals of Global Health, 80(3), 240-241.

* Dykens, A., Irwin, T., & Erickson, T. (2014). Fostering postgraduate global health elective opportunities through shaping university policy: The case of the University of Illinois at ChicagoAnnals of Global Health80(3), 159.
​Grief, S.N. (2014, January 4). Diabetic Foot Care: Do you know and use best practices  [Web log post].

Grief, S.N. (2014, February 10). Diabetes and Diet: Which one works best? [Web log post].

Grief, S.N. (2014, March 2). A1C Target Goals and Cardiovascular Outcomes [Web log post].

Grief, S.N. (2014, April 21). Group visits for Diabetes [Web log post].

Grief, S.N. (2014, July 31). Preconception Care for Type 2 Diabetics: What is the Evidence [Web log post].

Grief, S.N. (2014, September 7). Diabetes Care: When to add statin treatment? [Web log post].

Grief, S.N. (2014, October 20). Increasing Diabetes Prevalence: Why?  [Web log post].

Grief, S.N. (2014, November 7). Combination therapies for Diabetes: The Future is Here [Web log post].

Grief, S.N. (2014, December 7). Diabetes Drugs and Weight Effects: A Review [Web log post].

* Grief, S.N., Burke, F., & Adige, S. (2014). Type 2 Diabetes. In L. Hark, D. Deen, & G. Morrison (Eds), Medical Nutrition & Disease: A Case-Based Approach (356-63). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

Grief, S.N. (2014). Why normalizing inflammation is a good thing…And how immune health, stress are involved. Vita Journal, 8-9.

Grief, S.NHow to talk to your doctor about your weight: Five ACTION tips to successVita Journal, 23.

Grief, S.N. (2014). Nutrition Shortcuts.  Nutri-talk, 10(1),11.

Grief, S.N. (2014). Nutrition Horoscope. Nutri-talk, 10(1),14.

Grief, S.N. (2014). It’s the BerriesHome Care For You.

Grief, S.N. (2014). Your immune system: under attack! How “sneaky” flu viruses target our defenses. Vita Journal, 16-17.

Grief SNWhat Research Tells Us About Vitamin D: Reducing Inflammation and Much More. Vita Journal, 6-7.

*Hasnain, M., Menon, U., Ferrans, C. E., & Szalacha, L. (2014). Breast cancer screening practices among first-generation immigrant Muslim womenJournal of Women’s Health23(7), 602-612.

*Hasnain, M., Massengale, L., Dykens, A., & Figueroa, E. (2014). Health disparities training in residency programs in the United StatesFamily Medicine46(3), 186-191.

Hickner, J. (2014). We Need to Step Up to the Plate (Again). Journal of Family Practice, 63(12), 695.

Hickner, J. (2014). How to Avoid Diagnostic Errors. Journal of Family Practice, 63(11), 625.

Hickner, J. (2014). EHRS: Something’s Gotta Give. Journal of Family Practice, 63(10), 558.

Hickner, J. (2014). Can a Plant-Based Diet Really Reverse CAD?. Journal of Family Practice, 63(9), 490.

Hickner, J. (2014). Diabetes Care: Whose Goals Are They?. Journal of Family Practice, 63(8), 420.

Hickner, J. (2014). Shifting Our Focus to HIV as a Chronic Disease. Journal of Family Practice, 63(7), 355.

Hickner J. (2014). The Times They are A-Changin’. Journal of Family Practice, 63(6), 296.

Hickner J. (2014). 40 Years of Helping Family Physicians Refine their Care.  Journal of Family Practice, 63(5), 245.

Hickner J. (2014). When in Doubt Lab Tests…. Journal of Family Practice, 63 (4), 179.

*Hickner, J., Thompson, P.J., Wilkinson, T., Epner, P., Sheehan, M., Pollock, A.M., Lee. J., Duke, C.C., Jackson, B.R., & Taylor, J.R. (2014). Primary care physicians’ challenges in ordering clinical laboratory tests and interpreting results. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 27(2), 268-74.

Hickner, J. (2014). 4 Reasons to be Optimistic about Family Medicine. Journal of Family Practice, 63(3), 127.

Hickner, J. (2014). New CVD Guidelines Put Focus in the Right PlaceJournal of Family Practice, 63(2), 66.

Hickner, J. (2014). A New Year—and New FeaturesJournal of Family Practice, 63(1), 8

*Howick, J., Cals, J. W., Jones, C., Price, C. P., Plüddemann, A., Heneghan, C., Hickner, J., & Badrick, T. (2014). Current and future use of point-of-care tests in primary care: an international survey in Australia, Belgium, The Netherlands, the UK and the USABMJ open4(8), e005611.

*Knox, S., Lind, C., & Gavagan, T. (2014). How often is cough the presenting complaint with GERD?Evidence Based Practice, 17(2), E-10.

*Rakotz MK, Ewigman BG, Sarav M, Ross RE, Robicsek A, Konchak CW, Gavagan TF, Baker DW, Hyman DJ, Anderson KP, Masi CM. (2014). A Technology-based Quality Innovation to Identify Undiagnosed Hypertension Among Active Primary Care PatientsAnnals of Family Medicine, 12(4), 352-8.

*Singh, R., Hickner, J., Mold, J., & Singh, G. (2014). “Chance Favors Only the Prepared Mind”: Preparing Minds to Systematically Reduce Hazards in the Testing Process in Primary CareJournal of Patient Safety10(1), 20-28.

*Waterman, M. R., Wiecha, J. M., Manne, J., Tringale, S. M., Costa, E., & Wiecha, J. L. (2014). Utilization of a free fitness center-based exercise referral program among women with chronic disease risk factorsJournal of Community Health39(6), 1179-1185.

Williams, A. A., & Wright, K. S. (2014). Engaging families through motivational interviewingPediatric Clinics of North America61(5), 907-921.

*Wolff, C. M., Nowacki, A. S., Yeh, J. Y., & Hickner, J. M. (2014). A randomized controlled trial of two interventions to improve medication reconciliationThe Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine27(3), 347-355.