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Publications 2016

*= Peer-reviewed.

 

*Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T. G., Patel, V. L., Patel, B., & Almoosa, K. F. (2016). Impact of Structured Rounding Tools on Time Allocation During Multidisciplinary Rounds: An Observational StudyJMIR Human Factors3(2), e29.

*Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T., Brenner, C., Lopez, K. D., Almoosa, K. F., Patel, B., & Patel, V. L. (2016). Characterizing the Structure and Content of Nurse Handoffs: A Sequential Conversational Analysis approachJournal of Biomedical Informatics59, 76-88.

*Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T., Caskey, R. N., & Kitsiou, S. (2016). Emergency Department-based Care Transitions for Pediatric Patients: A Systematic ReviewPediatrics138(2), e20160969.

*Boehler M, Schechtman B, Rivero R, Jacob B-A, Sherer R, Wagner C, Alabduljabbar S, Linsk,  NL.(2016).  Developing the HIV Workforce: The MATEC Clinician Scholars Program. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care 27(3), 246-260.

*Desta, M.K., & Linsk, N.L. (2016). Pathways and motivations for raising relatives’ children orphaned by HIV/AIDS in Ethiopia. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, 14(4), 392-404.

 *Fallin-Bennett, K., Henderson, S., Nguyen, G., & Hyderi, A.A.  (2016). Access to Care. In J. Ehrenfeld and K. Eckstrand (Eds), Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex Healthcare: A Clinical Guide to Preventative, Primary, and Specialist Care (pp 22-30).  New York, NY: Springer Publishing.

*Fallin-Bennett, K., Hyderi A, Henderson, S., & Nguyen, G. (2016). Primary Care, Prevention, and Coordination of Care. In J. Ehrenfeld and K. Eckstrand, (Eds), Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex Healthcare: A Clinical Guide to Preventative, Primary, and Specialist Care (pp 95-114).  New York, NY: Springer Publishing.

*Gecht-Silver, M., Lee, D., Ehrlich-Jones, L., & Bristow, M. (2016). Evaluation of a Motivational Interviewing Training for Third-Year Medical StudentsFamily Medicine48(2), 132-135.

*Gecht-Silver M.R. Joint Protection for the Upper Limb. In. M.R. Curtis (Ed.), UpToDate.

*Grief, S. N., Patel, J., Kochendorfer, K. M., Green, L. A., Lussier, Y. A., Li, J., Burton, M  & Boyd, A. D. (2016). Simulation of ICD-9 to ICD-10-CM Transition for Family Medicine: Simple or Convoluted?The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine29(1), 29-36.

*Grief, S. N. (2016). Food Allergies. Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice, 43(3), 375-392.

Grief, S. N. (2016, February 3). Diabetes: Are you Screening?. [Web log post].

Grief, S. N. (2016, May 25). More diabetes screening!. [Web log post].

*Hasnain, M., Oyola, S., Alem, F., & Shear, T. (2016). Assessing Medical Student Competency in IPV Screening and Management [Abstract]. Journal of Women’s Health, 25(4), A15-A16.

Hickner, J. (2016). Which “Truths” will be Proven False this Year. The Journal of Family Practice, 65(2), 79.

Hickner, J. (2016). Why the AMA is (Now) Worth Joining. The Journal of Family Practice, 65(4), 228.

 Hickner, J. (2016). A Valuable String of PURLs. The Journal of Family Practice, 65(5), 300.

Hickner, J. (2016).  What do we really know about e-cigarettes?. The Journal of Family Practice, 65(6), 372.

Hickner, J. (2016).  Lessons Born of Tragedy. The Journal of Family Practice, 65(7), 436.

Hickner, J. (2016). Practical “Pearls” to Help Improve Your Care. The Journal of Family Practice, 65(8), 516.

Hickner, J. (2016). Maybe it is All in Your Head. The Journal of Family Practice, 65(9), 586.

Hickner, J. (2016). Count on this No Matter Who Wins the Election. The Journal of Family Practice, 65(10), 664.

Hickner, J. (2016). Is the Rx to Blame for the Patient’s Weight Gain. The Journal of Family Practice, 65(11), 753.

Hickner, J. (2016). 6 Steps to Take when a Patient Insists on that Antibiotic. The Journal of Family Practice, 65(12), 862.

*Hyderi, A., Angel, J., Madison, M., Perry, L. A., & Hagshenas, L. (2016). Transgender Patients: Providing Sensitive CareJournal of Family Practice65(7), 450-457.

*Kannampallil, T.G., Abraham, J. & Patel, V.L. (2016). Methodological Framework for Evaluating Clinical Processes: A Cognitive Informatics Perspective. Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 64, 342-351.

*Kannampallil, T.G., Galanter, W. L., Falck, S., Gaunt, M. J., Gibbons, R. D., McNutt, R. & Lambert, B. L. (2016). Characterizing the Pain Score Trajectories of Hospitalized Adult Medical and Surgical Patients: A Retrospective Cohort StudyPain157(12), 2739-2746.

*Lee, S. J., Pincus, K. J., & Williams, A. A. (2016). Behavioral Influences on Prescription Inhaler Acquisition for Persistent Asthma in a Patient-Centered Medical HomeResearch in Social and Administrative Pharmacy12(5), 789-793.

*Linsk, N. L., Mason, S., Omari, L. N. & Lubin B. (2016). A Partnership to Develop, Scale Up, and Sustain Para Social Work in Africa. In A.K. Butterfield, & C.S. Cohen (Eds.), Practicing as a Social Work Educator in International Collaboration, Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education.

*McGregor, A. J., Hasnain, M., Sandberg, K., Morrison, M. F., Berlin, M., & Trott, J. (2016). How to Study the Impact of Sex and Gender in Medical Research: A Review of ResourcesBiology of Sex Differences7(1), 46.

*Omari, L. N., Linsk, N. L., & Mason, S. (2016). Strengthening Tanzania’s social welfare workforce to provide ongoing paraprofessional support services to vulnerable children and families. In M. Gray (Ed.).  Handbook of Social Work and Social Development in Africa. London: Routledge.

*Park, Y. S., Hyderi, A., Bordage, G., Xing, K., & Yudkowsky, R. (2016). Inter-Rater Reliability and Generalizability of Patient Note Scores Using a Scoring Rubric Based on the USMLE Step-2 CS FormatAdvances in Health Sciences Education21(4), 761-773.

* Park, Y. S., Lineberry, M., Hyderi, A., Bordage, G., Xing, K., & Yudkowsky, R. (2016). Differential weighting for subcomponent measures of integrated clinical encounter scores based on the USMLE Step 2 CS examination: Effects on composite score reliability and pass–fail decisions. Academic Medicine91(11), S24-S30.

*Ramirez, J., Singh, J., & Williams, A. A. (2016). Patient Satisfaction with Bedside Teaching Rounds Compared with Non-bedside RoundsSouthern Medical Journal109(2), 112-115.

*Reedy, A. B., Yeh, J. Y., Nowacki, A. S., & Hickner, J. (2016). Patient, Physician, Medical Assistant, and Office Visit Factors Associated with Medication List AgreementJournal of Patient Safety12(1), 18-24.

*Sohn, A. J., Hickner, J. M., & Alem, F. (2016). Use of Point-of-Care Tests (POCTs) by US Primary Care PhysiciansThe Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine29(3), 371-376.

*Stringham, R. (2017). Elder Abuse. In P. Paulman, R.B. Taylor, A.A Paulman & L.S. Nasir (Eds.), Family Medicine: Principles and Practice (7th ed., p. 347-353).
​*Taylor, G. H., Williams, A. A., & Garzino-Demo, A. (2016). Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy Reduces Pulmonary IL-8 in HIV-Positive Women SmokersPathogens and Disease74(2), ftv115.

* Underman, K., Giffort, D., Hyderi, A., & Hirshfield, L. E. (2016). Transgender Health: A Standardized Patient Case for Advanced Clerkship Students. MedEdPORTAL Publications.

Weidner, A., Davis, A., Hickner, J., & Franko, J. (2016). Thoughts and Themes from the 2016 ADFM Winter Meeting. The Annals of Family Medicine14(3), 277-278.

*Wolf, M. S., Lambert, B. L., & Hickner, J. (2016). Promoting Health Literacy to Prevent Hospital Readmissions: Necessary but not SufficientJournal of General Internal Medicine31(5), 455-457.