2015 2017-11-17T11:53:38+00:00

Publications 2015

*=Peer-Reviewed

 

*Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T., & Almoosa, K. F. (2015). Metrics for Evaluating the Quality of HandoversJAMA internal medicine175(4), 654-655.

​*Abril, E. P., Kupczyk, M., Zwicke, G. L., Mastarone, G. L., Irwin, T., & Dykens, A. (2015). Mapping the Health Communication Infrastructure in Rural Senegal: an Assessment to Support Cervical Cancer ScreeningJournal of Applied Communication Research43(2), 242-262.

*Albright, M., Rani, S., & Gavagan, T. (2015). Q/Do hormonal contraceptives lead to weight gain?. The Journal of Family Practice, 64(6), 371-372.

*Hughes, L., James, P., Schneider, F. D., & Hickner, J. (2015). A plan for useful and timely family medicine and primary care researchFamily Medicine47(8), 636-42.

Dow, A. W., Reising, D., Peyre, S., Zomorodi, M., Hanyok, L. A., van Schaik, S., Hasnain, M. & Beard, K. (2015). Is it time for an interprofessional professional society?Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice1(3), 79-82.

Grief, S.N. (2015). On Turning 50, Healthy Aging and Wellness: A Noted Doctor Tells His Own Moving StoryVita Journal, 6-7.

*Grief, S.N. (2015). Weight Loss. In P. Paulman, A. Paulman,  K.J. Jarzynka & N.P. Falk (Eds.), Taylor’s Manual of Family Medicine (36-39). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.

Grief, S.N. (2015, January 11). Diabetes and Time Management [Web log post].

Grief, S.N. (2015, February 15). Diabetes and Kidney Disease [Web log post].

Grief, S.N. (2015). At the Heart of Good Health: Omega-3 Fatty Acids. Vita Journal, 6-7.

Grief, S.N. (2015, May 1) Insulin: Are you up to date? [Web log post].

Grief, S.N. (2015, September 7). GLP-1 agonists: Don’t agonize!. [Web log post.]

Grief, S.N. (2015, December 14). Office management of Type 2 Diabetes – Best Practices​ [Web log post].

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

*Hickner, J., Kuzel, T., & Weidner, A. (2015). Building Research Capacity in Departments of Family Medicine: PEARLS From NAPCRG 2013The Annals of Family Medicine13(2), 189-190.

*Hickner, J., & Green, L. A. (2015). Practice-based research networks (PBRNs) in the United States: growing and still going after all these yearsThe Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine28(5), 541-545.

*Hickner, J., Smith, S. A., Yount, N., & Sorra, J. (2015). Differing perceptions of safety culture across job roles in the ambulatory setting: analysis of the AHRQ Medical Office Survey on Patient Safety CultureBMJ Quality & Safety, 25(8), 588-594.

Hickner, J. (2015). Masters of complexityJournal of Family Practice64(12), 761-762.

Hickner, J. (2015). Seeing eye to eyeJournal of Family Practice64(11), 685-686.

Hickner, J. (2015). Office visits should be a” dance,” not a dictateJournal of Family Practice64(10), 609-610.

Hickner, J. (2015). The mainstreaming of alternative therapiesJournal of Family Practice64(8), 451-452.

Hickner, J. (2015). Will you pray with me, Doctor?Journal of Family Practice64(7), 391-392.

Hickner, J. (2015). Let’s talk about the evidence. Journal of family practice64(6), 337-337.

Hickner, J. (2015). Prepping for the boards? We can helpJournal of Family Practice64(5), 272-273.

Hickner, J. (2015). CBT is worthwhile–but are we making use of it?Journal of Family Practice64(4), 212-213.

Hickner, J. (2015). Team-based care: Worth a second lookJournal of Family Practice64(3), 150-151.

Hickner, J. (2015). Just call me coachJournal of Family Practice64(2), 82-83.

Hickner, J. (2015). A disease that strikes close to homeJournal of Family Practice64(1), 8-9.

Kannampallil, T. G., & Abraham, J. (2015). Evaluation of Health Information Technology: Methods, Frameworks and Challenges. In V.L., Patel, T.G. Kannampallil, & D.R. Kaufman (Eds.), Cognitive Informatics for Biomedicine (81-109). Springer International Publishing.

Kaufman, D. R., Kannampallil, T. G., & Patel, V. L. (2015). Cognition and Human Computer Interaction in Health and Biomedicine. In V.L., Patel, T.G. Kannampallil, & D.R. Kaufman (Eds.), Cognitive Informatics for Biomedicine (9-34). Springer International Publishing.

*Lin, A., Hyderi, A., & Riddle, J. (2015). A process for providing feedback to faculty about TBL modules. TBL Trends, 5(1).

* Michaelsen, L. K., Parmelee, D. X., Hyderi, A., & Sweet, M. (2015). Team-Based Learning: Overview and Best Evidence. In T. Brown & B. Williams, (Eds.), Evidence-Based Education in the Health Professions: Promoting Best Practice in the Learning and Teaching of Students (pp 313-329). United Kingdom: Radcliffe Publishers.

*Patel, V. L., & Kannampallil, T. G. (2015). Cognitive Informatics in Biomedicine and HealthcareJournal of Biomedical Informatics53, 3-14.

Patel, V. L., Kannampallil, T. G., & Kaufman, D. R. (2015). Cognitive Informatics for Biomedicine.

Patel, V. L., Kannampallil, T. G., & Kaufman, D. R. (2015). A Multi-disciplinary Science of Human Computer Interaction in Biomedical Informatics. In V.L., Patel, T.G. Kannampallil, & D.R. Kaufman (Eds.), Cognitive Informatics for Biomedicine (1-7). Springer International Publishing.

*Raja, S., Hasnain, M., Hoersch M., Gove-Yin., S., Rajagopan, C. (2015). Trauma Informed Care in Medicine: Current Knowledge and Future Directions. Journal of Family and Community Health, 38(3), 216-226.

Raja, S., Hannan, S. M., Boykin, D., Orcutt, H., Hamad, J., Hoersch, M., & Hasnain, M. (2015). Self-Reported Physical Health Associations of Traumatic Events in Medical and Dental Outpatients: A Cross-Sectional StudyMedicine94(17).

Raja, S., Hasnain, M., Vadakumchery, T., Hamad, J., Shah, R., & Hoersch, M. (2015). Identifying elements of patient-centered care in underserved populations: a qualitative study of patient perspectivesPloS one10(5), e0126708.

*Raja, S., Rajagopalan, C., Hasnain, M., Vadakumchery, T., Kupershmidt, A., Hamad, J., & Hoersch, M. (2015). Trauma Informed Care in Medical Settings: A Pilot Study of Female Patient Perspectives on Coping, Screening and Fostering Resilience. Journal of Women’s Health Issues & Care, 4(3).

*Tawfik, A. & Kochendorfer, K. Implementation of a semantic search technology to support clinical decision-making: A case study. In J. Stefanaik (ed.), Cases on Human Performance Improvement Technologies (pp. 270-286). Hershey, PA. IGI Global.

*Yudkowsky, R., Park, Y. S., Hyderi, A., & Bordage, G. (2015). Characteristics and implications of diagnostic justification scores based on the new patient note format of the USMLE Step 2 CS examAcademic Medicine90(11), S56-S62.