Research Initiatives

Presentations

The academic research findings of the department's faculty are often accepted for presentation at local, state and national meetings.  In addition, many of our faculty are often invited to present their educational and clinical research findings - both nationally and internationally.  Listed below (alphabetically by faculty name, though many presentations included faculty from other departments/institutions) are some of the more recent presentations made by department faculty:

Ron Adler:
“Think Before Pink: Promoting Rational Approaches to Cancer Screening” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Ron Adler and Wayne Altman:
“Care That Matters; Working Toward a New Generation of Primary Care Quality Measures” (Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians annual meeting)

Ron Adler and Sandy Blount:
“Foundational Routines of Patient Centered Care” (The Collaborative Family Healthcare Association conference)

Ron Adler and Steve Martin:
“Think Before You ‘Pink’: Launching a Social Movement to Re-design Cancer Screening Campaigns” (Preventing Overdiagnosis Conference / NCI)

Bob Baldor:
“TIA and Stroke” (AAFP Annual Scientific Assembly)
“Parkinson’s Disease” (AAFP Annual Scientific Assembly)

Phil Bolduc:
“Starting HIV and HCV Programs at a Community Health Center” (New England AIDS Education and Training Center conference)
"Enhancing HIV Care and Education at Your Residency: From Getting Started to Getting Great” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)
“Addressing the HIV Workforce Shortage by Training Family Medicine HIV Specialists: Existing Models of Training, Opportunities for Collaboration, and Developing New Programs” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)
“Hepatitis C is a Primary Care Disease: Transforming Residency Training to Address Growing National Needs” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)
“HIV Panel Management: Using Patient Registries to Conduct Quality Improvement Initiatives and Improve HIV Care Coordination in Residency Teaching Clinics” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)
“Teaching Hepatitis B: How to Make Sense of the Alphabet Soup” (Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians annual meeting)
“Meeting the Challenges of Complex Patients with Chronic Pain or Addictions: Starting and Running a Chronic Pain Program” (Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers Conference)

Arlene Bierman, Alexandra Bonardi, Martha Gold, Susan Goold and Linda Weiss:

“Shared Decision-Making: A Population Perspective” (AcademyHealth annual research meeting)

Alexandra Bonardi:
“Methods for Assessing the Prevalence of Clinical Health Conditions within the Population of Individuals with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Using State Developmental Disability Agency Services: The National Core Indicators Adult Consumer Survey” (poster; AcademyHealth annual research meeting)

Jessica Bossiea, Noral Lamartine, Ivonne McLean, Pamela Sancoucy, Kosta Deligiannidis and Cynthia Jeremiah:
“A Multifaceted Approach to Improve Sexual Health Education and Access to Sexual Health Services for Adolescents in a Rural Community” (poster; 49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

Jennifer Buckley:
“Medication and Vaccines in Pregnancy and Lactation” (Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians annual meeting)

Lucy Candib and Bill Shore:
“Story Telling for Family Medicine Faculty in Transitions” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

Suzanne Cashman:
“Moving from Service Learning to Critical Service Learning: Making the Social Justice Aim Explicit” (Community Campus Partnerships for Health annual meeting)
“From Seed to Tree: Anticipated and Unanticipated Benefits from APTR’s IPE Training Initiative” (Association for Prevention Teaching and Research annual meeting)
“Capacity Building for CBPR” (session moderator; American Public Health Association annual meeting)
“Interprofessional Collaboration Improving the Health of the Urban Poor” (roundtable discussion; American Public Health Association annual meeting)

Suzanne Cashman
and Linda Cragin:

“Where are they now? A Study of UMass Medical School Rural Health Pathway Graduates” (New England Rural Health Roundtable meeting)

Suzanne Cashman
et al: 

“Where are the Determinants of Health? Student-Led Curriculum Change” (poster, Association for Prevention Teaching and Research annual meeting)
"The Determinants of Health Curriculum Development Project: Enhancing the LinC Curriculum with Social Determinants of Health” (American Public Health Association annual meeting)

K Clements, Robin Clark, P Vavitas, P Kinte, C Graham, E O’Connell, Kimberly Lenz and Paul Jeffrey:
“Access to New Medications for Hepatitis C for Medicaid Members” (American Public Health Association annual meeting)

Robin Clark, Wen-Chieh Lin, Stephen Kurtz, Gideon Aweh, Sharina Person and Heather Posner:
“A Longitudinal Look at Medicaid Members with High Expenditures: Who Remains in the High Cost Group? Who Doesn’t? Who Returns?” (AcademyHealth annual research meeting)

Karen Clements, Robin Clark, Pavel Lavitas, Parag Kunte, Camilia Graham, Bonnie Greenwood, Kimberly Lenz and Paul Jeffrey:
“Monitoring Access and Adherence to New Medications for Hepatitis C for Medicaid Members” (poster; AcademyHealth annual research meeting)

Robin Clark:
“A Longitudinal Look at Factors Associated with Arrest and Incarceration Among Medicaid Beneficiaries with Opioid Addiction” (American Public Health Association annual meeting)


Robin Clark
et al:

“Correlations Between Gambling and Diagnosis of Mental Health Disorders Adjusting for Health Insurance Coverage and Primary Care Physician Access” (poster; American Public Health Association annual meeting)

Robin Clark, Jeff Baxter et al:
“Factors Associated with Arrest and Incarceration during Opioid Addiction Treatment” (Addiction Health Services Research conference)

Robin Clark
, Deborah Gurewich et al:
"Integrating Primary Care: Experiences at Three Community-based Centers” (Addiction Health Services Research conference)

Linda Cragin, Suzanne Cashman, Laura Anthony, Nicholas Hajj et al:
“Harnessing the Power of Collaboration: Academic Institutions, AHEC and the Community” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Joanne Dannenhoffer, Neha Patel-Wacks, Tina Runyan, Stacy Potts, Sherrilyn Sethi:
"Implementing a Longitudinal Resident Wellness Curriculum: Strategies to Combat Physician Burnout During Residency Training” (workshop; Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Dennis Dimitri:
“The Public Health Epidemic of Opioid Misuse” (Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians annual meeting)

“The Role of Health Care Providers in Addressing the Opioid Crisis” (MA Health Council’s Pharmacy Public Health Symposium)

Frank Domino
:

“Leadership and Professionalism in the Fourth Year” (STFM Conference on Medical Student Education)
“Applying Evidence-Based Medicine” (AAFP Annual Scientific Assembly)
“Top 10 – Updates from the Medical Literature” (AAFP Annual Scientific Assembly)

Deborah Dreyfus
et al:
“On Being a Friend: The Family Medicine Inclusion and Engagement of People with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Project” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

Warren Ferguson:
“A Call to Action: The Role of Academic Family Medicine in the Era of Mass Incarceration” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

“Teaching About Racism in the Context of Persistent Health and Health Care Disparities: How Educators Can Enlighten Themselves and Their Learners” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)
“Impact of Community Reentry of Justice Involved Population on State Medicaid Programs” (National Health Policy Conference of Academy Health)

Leonard Finn:
“Mindfulness and Mindful Eating for Patients with Obesity, Coronary Artery Disease, and Hypertension” (Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians annual meeting)

Judy Fleishman et al:
“From Oops to Aha! How Practice Improvement Allows Us to Learn from our Mistakes” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Mary Flynn and Stephanie Carter-Henry:
“Breast May be Best, But it’s Not Easy: Supporting Moms and Providers to Promote Breastfeeding Success” (Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians annual meeting)

William Foley:
“The Clavicle, Scapula, and Glenohumeral Joint” (ASSSG Annual Osteopathic Conference)
"An Osteopathic Approach to Pregnant Women" (Maine Osteopathic Association's Annual Winter Meeting)


Elaine Gabovitch:
“The Road to Early Identification: A Capacity Building Journey” (The Power of Partnerships Summit – Early Access Autism Project)

“Will You Be the Key That Unlocks the Door? Sharing Concerns with Families” (The Power of Partnerships Summit – Early Access Autism Project)
“Considering Culture in Autism Screening and Systems of Care” (MA Act Early and the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs)

Elaine Gabovitch, Emily Lauer and Courtney Dutra:
“Healthy People 2020 Roadmap for Massachusetts Children and Youth with ASD/DD: Understanding the Needs and Measuring Outcomes” (Autism CARES annual grantee meeting)

Jeffrey Geller:
“Group Medical Visits: Using the Empowerment Model to Empower and Treat Children with Obesity” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Jack Gettens et al:
“Examining the Variation in Social Security Disability Program Participation Across States” (poster; American Public Health Association annual meeting)
“Health Care Needs Among Insured Persons with Disabilities” (American Public Health Association annual meeting)
“Early Experiences of Dual-Eligible Enrollees in the Massachusetts Integrated Care Demonstration: Findings from the One Care Member Experience Survey” (American Public Health Association annual meeting)

Melanie Gnazzo, Elizabeth Rosen (MS-III)and Blair Robinson (MS-II):
“Food Insecurity: Using an Interactive Tool to Recognize and Address Food Needs in Your Primary Care Practice” (Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians annual meeting)

Elizabeth Rosen and Melanie Gnazzo:
“Farm to Health Center Initiative: Creating a Patient-oriented Food Intervention Using Quantitative Quality Improvement Measures” (poster; Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Melanie Gnazzo, Rachel Erdil, Kathryn Bailey, Elizabeth Rosen:
“Food Insecurity: Recognizing and Addressing Food Needs in Clinical Practice” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Rachel Erdil, Kathryn Bailey, Elizabeth Rosen, Melanie Gnazzo and Blair Robinson:
"Farm to Health Center Initiative: Piloting a Vegetable Distribution at a Community Health Center” (poster; American Public Health Association annual meeting)

Kathryn Bailey, Rachel Erdil, Elizabeth Rosen, and Melanie Gnazzo:
“Implementing Food Insecurity Screening at a Community Health Center” (poster; American Public Health Association annual meeting)

Joe Gravel et al:
“Learners Taking the Lead: The Impact of Resident Engagement and Leadership in Curricular Innovation” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)
“Family Medicine Residency 4 Year Length of Training: What do Residents Think?” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Deborah Gurewich
, Robin Clark et al.

“Integrating Primary Care: Experiences at Three Community-based Centers” (Addiction Health Services Conferences)

Lisa Gussak:
“Remediation in Context: The Complex Challenges of Today’s Medical Students” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)
“Remediation in Context: The Complex Challenges of Today’s Medical Students” (STFM Conference on Medical Student Education)

Lisa Gussak, Michael Ennis, Philip Fournier:
“Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Make Me a Match: Optimizing the Residency Application and Match Process” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

Lisa Gussak and Lucy Candib:
“Is a Fulbright Right for You?” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

Heather Lyn Haley, Keesha LaTulippe, Solange Bayard, Jasmine Khubchandani and Lauren Powell:
"Race, Power and Privilege: Breaking the Silence” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Paul Jeffrey:
“MassHealth Pharmacy Update”(Massachusetts Health Council 18th Annual Pharmacy Public Health Policy Symposium)

Julie Johnston:
“Incorporating Group Well-Child Visits in a Residency Setting: A Pilot Group” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)
“Designing and Implementing a Women’s Health Area of Concentration” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

Julie Johnston et al:
“Increasing Patient Access to LARCs While Increasing Resident Exposure to Contraceptive Procedures” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Daniel Jones:
“Outbreak on the Sidelines: A Norovirus Outbreak on a Collegiate Football Team” (American College of Sports Medicine)

Tracy Kedian:
“Speed Mentoring: Get Answers from the Experts on Leadership in Teaching” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)
“Your Challenging Learners: Practical Approaches to Identifying Their Needs and Improving Their Skills” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

Nora Lamartine, Pamela Sancoucy, Ivonne McLean, and Jessica Bosse:
“A Multifaceted Approach to Improve Sexual Health Education and Access for Adolescents in a Rural Community” (poster, Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians annual meeting)

Debi Lang et al:
“Defining and Evaluating Consumer Self-Sufficiency among Diverse Health Insurance Consumers” (American Evaluation Association annual meeting)

Jim Ledwith et al:
“Basics of Bupenorphine and Care of Patients with Opioid Addiction” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Jim Ledwith, Peter McConarty, and Corinne Grant:
“Your Patients Need You: Implementation of Office-based Therapy of Opioid Dependence in Family Medicine” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Charles Lehnardt and Corrine Grant:
“Pearls in the Practice of Osteopathic Manipulation” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Charles Lehnardt et al:
“An Osteopathic Approach to the Obstetrical Patient” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting) 

Wen-Chieh Lin, Robin Clark, Gideon Aweh, Heather Posner and Stephen Kurtz:
“Older Dual Eligibles with High Medicaid Expenditures Have Multidimensional Needs” (poster; AcademyHealth annual research meeting)

Wen-Chieh Lin, Robin Clark et al:
“A Comparison of Health Care Expenditures Between Homeless Individuals and Matched Housed Individuals Under Medicaid” (American Public Health Association annual meeting Meeting)

Mary Lindholm, Frank Domino, Bob Baldor,and Karen Rayla:
“Interdisciplinary Teaching Within the Family Medicine Clerkship to Address Obesity, Substance Abuse, and Disabilities: Follow-up Analysis of New Curriculum and Continued Support” (STFM Conference on Medical Student Education)

Linda Long-Belil:
“Medicaid and Medicare Utilization and Services Among People with Disabilities” (session moderator; American Public Health Association annual meeting)

Linda Long-Belil, Monika Mitra et al.:
“Impact of Physical Disability on Women’s Experiences Throughout Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Postpartum” (American Public Health Association annual meeting)

Cara Marshall:
“Beyond the Block: Successes and Challenges of a Longitudinal Outpatient Schedule Structure” (poster; 49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

Steve Martin:
“The Next Generation of Primary Care Quality Measures” (preconference workshop; Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)


Peter McConarty
:

“Come Learn About the U.S- ELAM-MEDICC –Cuban Medical School” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

SC Smeltzer, Monika Mitra, Linda Long-Belil, L Iezzoni and L Smith:
“Interactions of Women with Physical Disability with Health Care Clinicians During Pregnancy” (poster; American Public Health Association annual meeting)

Monika Mitra et al:
“Utilizing Massachusetts Medicaid Data to Inform Health Service Utilization, Expenditures, and Prevalence of Comorbid Conditions for People with Intellectual Disabilities” (poster; American Public Health Association annual meeting)
“A Health Needs Assessment of People with Disabilities in Massachusetts” (poster; American Public Health Association annual meeting)
"Pregnancy Characteristics and Birth Outcomes Among Women with Disabilities Identified Through Medical Claims” (American Public Health Association annual meeting)

Dan Mullin
:

“Motivational Interviewing Track: Making the Most of your Time” (AAFP Annual Scientific Assembly)

Keith Nokes
and Joe Gravel:

“Do’s and Don’ts of Residency Interviewing: Advanced Skills for Residency Applicants” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Abhijeet Patil:
“Barriers in Discussion to Implantation of Advanced Care Directives in a Family Medicine Residency Program” (poster, Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians annual meeting)
“Barriers in Discussion to Implementing Advance Care Directives” (poster; 49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

Stacy Potts:
“Requirements, Milestones, NAS, and Other Accreditation Issues: A Workshop with the ACGME Review Committee for Family Medicine” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)
“Addressing Requirements, Milestones, NAS, and Other Accreditation Issues” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

“Family Medicine Leadership: The Opportunity is Here and the Moment is Now” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)
“The Moment You Can’t Ignore: The Imperative to Act on Healthcare Transformation” (workshop; Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Juan Ramos-Ayes
:

“Exploration of Observation Tools Used by Behavioral Science Programs in Family Medicine Residencies Used to Measure ACGME Milestones” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

Noah Rosenberg:
“TedTalk: Medicine, Mission, and Mitzvah” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Tina Runyan
and Stacy Potts:

“Resident Wellness: Longitudinal Offerings to Promote Culture Change” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

Judy Savageau:
“The Institutional Review Board (IRB): Everything You Wanted to Know but Were Afraid to Ask” (American Evaluation Association annual meeting)

Barry Saver, Warren Ferguson, Judy Savageau, Connie Camelo, Damon Timm and Timothy Clark:
“Empowering Inpatients with Limited English Proficiency to Access Qualified Medical Interpreters: A Pilot Study” (43rd North American Primary Care Research Group [NAPCRG] Annual Meeting)

Sherrilyn Sethi et al:
“Milestones Across the Residency Galaxy: Exploring Best Practice for Using the ACGME Milestones” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Patricia Seymour:
“Updates in Hospital Medicine, 2016” (Society of Hospital Medicine; Maine Chapter)

“C. diff. Colitis” (Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians annual meeting)

Sara Shields, Stephanie Carter-Henry, Lucy Candib, Navid Roder:
“Optimizing Interdisciplinary Maternity Care in FM Residencies: Expanding Your Teaching Toolkit” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

Sara Shields, Navid Roder, Virginia Van Duyne et al:
“Using Patient-centered Language During Genitourinary (GU)Exams” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Sara Shields, Navid Roder, Virginia Van Duyne, Jennifer Kane, Allison Ledoux:
“Addressing Interconception Care Needs at Well Child Visits: A Community Health Center Perspective” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Kim Sikule and Ivonne McLean:
“Reaching Educational Milestones Through Participation in Empowerment-based Sexual Education Groups in a Rural Community” (poster, Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians annual meeting)

Hugh Silk, Sara Shields, Sherrilyn Sethi and Neha Wacks:
“Seeing, Reading, Reflecting: Incorporating Medical Humanities into Residency Curriculum” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

Hugh Silk
“Working with MassHealth – Fluoride Varnish in the Doctor’s Office”(Yankee Dental Congress)
“Setting the Stage: Medical and Dental Working Together”(Univ of Vermont Medical Schools: Bridging the Divide – Medical and Dental Conference)
“Integrated Care – Maximizing People, Places and Population Health Resources” (New England Rural Health Roundtable meeting)
“Collaboration and Integration in Adult Oral Health Care: Sharing Lessons” (Canadian Association of Public Health Dentistry 2015 conference)

Mia Sorcinelli Smith
:

"The Addict in Your Office: Managing Opiate and Alcohol Dependence from a Primary Care Perspective” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Jennifer Sparks:
“How to Find Your Passion in Medicine in a Little Cup of Coffee” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)
“We Learn by What Walks in the Door, or Do We? Enhancing Resident Education in a Limited Patient Population” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)
“The Path to Change: How a Group of Residents Navigated Hospital Bureaucracy to Improve Patient Care” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Judy Steinberg, Anita Morris, Valerie Konar, Pamela Senesac, Rick Perro and David Polakoff:
“Paving the Way for Practice Success Under Value-Based Payments: Implementing the Southern New England Practice Transformation Network” (poster; AcademyHealth annual research meeting)

 Judy Steinberg, Valeria Konar, Sai Cherala, Shubjeet Kaur and Mitchell Sokoloff:
“Perioperative Surgical Home (PSH)): A New Paradigm in a Surgical Episode of Care” (poster; AcademyHealth annual research meeting) 

Arlene Ash, Georgianna Willis, Randall Ellis, Jianying Zhang and Judy Steinberg:
“Risk Adjustment for Medicaid Payment Reform: Adding Social Determinants of Health Data to Diagnostic Cost Group Models (poster; AcademyHealth annual research meeting)

Herb Stevenson:
“Gene Doping in Sports” (American College of Sports Medicine)

Daria Szkwarko:
“To Unionize or Not to Unionize? Supporting Resident Advocacy Efforts to Improve Working Conditions and Patient Care” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)

Josh Twomey, Judy Steinberg, Joan Johnston, Amy Leary, Amy Norman-Harmon and Jean Carlevale:
“Implementing Behavioral Health Integration in Primary Care Practices: Measuring Progress, Understanding Challenges” (AcademyHealth annual research meeting)

Carole Upshur and Linda Weinreb:
“Results from a NIAAA-NHCHC Study: Women’s Alcohol, Drug, and Mental Health Risks – Implications for Improving Care” (poster; InWomen’s Health Conference; also presented as a workshop at the National Health Care for the Homeless Council annual meeting) 

Carole Upshur and Melodie Wenz Gross:
Preliminary Findings of Kidsteps II: Promoting School Readiness through Social Emotional Skill Building in Preschool” (National Center for Educational Research)

Anthony Valdini et al:
“Global Health Offerings: Once Size Does Not Fit All” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)
“Understanding, Using and Developing the CERA Surveys: A Workshop for Faculty, Residents and Medical Students to Develop Scholarly Activity Skills” (workshop; Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Olga Valdman and Lisa Gussak:
“Community Medicine Curriculum for Health Professional Students: Lessons Learned from Seven Years of Longitudinal, Multidisciplinary, Community-based Training Program” (WONCA Iberamerica annual conference)

Olga Valdman:
“Formando Formadores (Training the Trainers): Importance of Faculty Development in Family Medicine and Basic Principles of Effective Teaching” (WONCA Iberamerica annual conference)
“Enhancing the Value of Global Health Education through Global-Local Curriculum” (Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Jaime Vallejos
and Debi Lang:

“Rapid Cycle Quality Improvement and Core Competency Measurement for Pipeline Programs” (National AHEC Organization’s Conference)

Virginia Van Duyne et al:
“Maternal Child Health Curriculum Multi-Site Study” (49th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference)
“Maternal Child Health Curriculum Multi-site Study” (poster; Family Medicine Education Consortium annual meeting)

Santosh Verma et al:
“Impact of Weather, Road Surface, and Lighting Conditions on Severity of Bicycle-Motor Vehicle Crash Injuries” (American Public Health Association annual meeting)
“Quantifying Falls and Fall-related Injuries Among U.S. Adults” (American Public Health Association annual meeting)
“Use of Different National Surveys for the Numerator and Denominator in Estimating the Incidence Rates and the Confidence Intervals of a Variety of Injuries” (American Public Health Association annual meeting)
“Studying the Association Between Street Design Variables and Severity of Injury from Bicycle-Motor Vehicle Crashes” (American Public Health Association annual meeting)

Jeff Wang:
“Fatigue and Leg Heaviness in a Runner” (American College of Sports Medicine national meeting)
“Chronic Undiagnosed Shoulder Pain: A Case of Supra-scapular Nerve Entrapment” (American College of Sports Medicine) 

Neha Wacks and Sherrilyn Sethi:
“Promoting Resiliency and Decreasing Physician Burnout: Implementation of a Wellness Curriculum for Family Medicine Interns” (poster, Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians annual meeting)

Scott Wellman:
“Helping Learners Become Connoisseurs of Feedback” (STFM Conference on Medical Student Education)

Susan Wolf-Fordham:
“Ukrainian, Israeli and American Perspectives Regarding Changing Educational Opportunities and Methods for
Ukrainian Children with Disabilities”
(Education for the 21st Century: Multiculturalism, Children’s Rights and Global Citizenship)

“Emergency Planning For and With Individuals with Disabilities” (Beit Issie Shapiro 6th International Conference on Disabilities)

 

 


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