Publications2018-09-10T09:20:47+00:00

Publications 2018

*=Peer-Reviewed

*Carlberg-Racich, S., Wagner, C. M., Alabduljabbar, S. A., Rivero, R., Hasnain, M., Sherer, R. & Linsk, N. L. (2018). Professional Identity Formation in HIV Care: Development of Clinician Scholars in a Longitudinal, Mentored Training ProgramThe Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 38(3), 158-164.

*Grief, S.N. & Loza, J.K. Guidelines for the Evaluation and the Treatment of Pneumonia. Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice, 45(3), 485-503.

Hickner, J. (2018). We need to treat gun violence like an epidemic. The Journal of Family Practice, 67(4), 198.

Hickner, J. (2018). Reduce unnecessary imaging by refining clinical exam skills. The Journal of Family Practice, 67(3), 128.

Hickner, J. (2018). Point-of-care ultrasound: Deploying in primary care. The Journal of Family Practice, 67(2), 56.

Hickner, J. (2018). Time for another cup of coffee… or two. The Journal of Family Practice, 67(1), 4.

Hickner, J. (2018). When the correct Dx is elusive. The Journal of Family Practice, 67(5), 268.

*Kannampallil, T. G., McNutt, R., Falck, S., Galanter, W. L., Patterson, D., Darabi, H., Sharabiani, A., Schiff, G., Odwazny, R., Vaida, A.J., Lambert, B.L. & Wilkie, D. J. (2018). Learning optimal opioid prescribing and monitoring: a simulation study of medical residentsJAMIA Open.

*Kottorp, A., Keehn, M., Hasnain, M., Gruss, V. & Peterson, E. (2018). Instrument Refinement for Measuring Self-Efficacy for Competence in Interprofessional Collaborative Practice: Development and Psychometric Analysis of IPECC-SET 27 and IPECC-SET 9Journal of Interprofessional Care, 1-10.

Mitzen, P., Gruss, V. & Hasnain, M. (2018). Aging Services Go Global—from Shanghai to Chicago and Back. American Society on Aging, Aging Today.

*Peterson, C.E., Gordon, S.C., Le Hew, C.W., Dykens, J.A., Jefferson, G.D., Tampi, M.P., Urquhart, O., Lingen, M., Watson, K.S., Buscemi, J. & Fitzgibbon, M.L. (2018). Society of Behavioral Medicine position statement: Society of Behavioral Medicine supports oral cancer early detection by all healthcare providers. Translational Behavioral Medicine, iby075, https://doi.org/10.1093/tbm/iby075.

*Sefton, M. & Hasnain, M. (2018). TIPS for Preceptors Facilitating Interprofessional Community-Based Clinical ExperiencesNurse Educator. Advance online publication.

*Williams, A.A. & Ntiri, S.O. (2018).  An online, self-directed curriculum of core research concepts and skills. MedEdPORTAL. 14, 10732.