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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:
“Updates on Screening from the USPSTF” (Pri-Med East Annual Conference)
“Universal Promotion of Cancer Screening Drives Low-Value Care: Pink …or Think” (6th Annual Lown Institute Conference)
“De-Implementing Unconsidered Cancer Screening: Shifting the Paradigm” (Preventing Overdiagnosis Conference)
"Universal Promotion of Cancer Screening Drives Low-Value Care: Pink …or Think” (6th Annual Lown Institute Conference)
“Cancer Over-diagnosis Explained: A Simple Graphical Model” (Preventing Overdiagnosis Conference)

Michael Argenyl:
“Clinical Support for Transition to Adulthood Differs by Race/Ethnicity and Functional Status: Data from the 2009/2010 National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs” (American Public Health Association’s annual meeting)

Sandra Augusto:
“Fetal Malposition: A Case of Persistent OP” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

Bob Baldor:
“Autism: Screening, Diagnosis, and Resources” (Pri-Med East Annual Conference)
"Evidence Based Medicine: What Do We Really Know about Treating People with IDD and Behavioral Health Challenges?” (START National Training Institute Meeting)
"Parkinson’s Disease: Diagnosis and Treatment” (AAFP FMX Meeting)
“TIA and Stroke: Diagnosis and Treatment” (AAFP FMX Meeting)

Phil Bolduc:
“Health Threats Facing Older Adults with HIV” (New England AIDS Education and Training Center’s HIV Primary Care Conference)
“Building the Future of the HIV Workforce: HIV Interprofessional Education Efforts Across the United States” (National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care and Treatment)
"Caring for the Full Spectrum of Patients, from the Everyday to Esoteric” (American Academy of HIV Medicine HIV Update)
“Health Threats Facing Persons Living with HIV” (National HIV Over Fifty Conference)
“Preventing HIV in High-Risk Populations” (Impact on Health Disparities in HIV Prevention Workshop)
“Ending HIV: Family Physicians on the Front Line of Prevention” (AAFP FMX Meeting)
“Bridging Syndemics: Infections and Substance Use Disorder” (DPH/Mass. Medical Society Symposium)

Phil Bolduc and Chris Bositis:
“Eliminating HCV in the Medical Home: Pearls and Panel Session from Across the Nation’s  FMRP” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)
“Taking It to the Streets: Innovative Strategies for Improving Care Engagement Among PWIDs Within Residency Practices” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

Jennifer Bradford:
“Commercial Sexual Exploitation as a Public Health Crisis” (World Without Exploitation Conference)

Jennifer Bradford, Heather-Lyn Haley, Mukti Kulkarni, Lucy Candib, Warren Ferguson and Ivonne McLean:
“Shifting Department Culture Through Faculty-Led Antiracism Initiatives” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

Amber Cahill:
“Teaching Residents to Skillfully Respond to Patients Reluctant to Engage with a BHC” (STFM-endorsed Behavioral Science in Family Medicine Forum)
“A Comparison of Two Methods of Interprofessional Education in Primary Care” (STFM-endorsed Behavioral Science in Family Medicine Forum)
“Preparing Physicians to Practice Integrated Behavioral Health: A Competency Based Curriculum” (Collaborative Family Healthcare Association conference)
“Teaching Harm Reduction: A Critical Skill in Treating Substance Use Disorders” (STFM Behavioral Science Forum)

Amber Cahill and Dan Mullin:
“Caring for Family Members and Loved Ones of Patients with Opioid Use Disorder in Primary Care” (Collaborative Family Healthcare Association)

Lucy Candib et al:
“Approaching Faculty Retirement: Not an Event, But a Process with Gains and Losses” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

Stephanie Carter-Henry et al:
“Equity and Diversity in Family Medicine Leadership – Revisiting the 2018 Preconference and Determine Next Steps” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)
“Equity and Diversity in Family Medicine Leadership – Principles and Strategies in Negotiation- Voices form Family Medicine Leaders” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

Suzanne Cashman:
“Health Equity: Can Moving to Critical Service-Learning Contribute to Realizing this Goal?” (AAMC Integrating Quality Conference)
“A Pilot Study of Role-Play in Improving Faculty Facilitation of Small Group Discussions on Race and Privilege in Medical School” (poster; Association for Prevention Teaching and Research Annual Meeting)
“Effective Competency Development” (Association for Prevention Teaching and Research Annual Meeting)
“Embedding Community Engagement in Academic Medicine” (AAMC’s Leadership Forum)

Robin Clark and Linda Weinreb:
“Family Homelessness and Health” (Maternal and Children Health Center of Excellence; TH Chan School of Public Health, Harvard University)

Robin Clark, Linda Weinreb, J Flahive, and R Seifert:
“Health and Healthcare of Pregnant Women using Emergency Shelter: Increasing Risk” (American Public Health Association’s annual meeting)

Robin Clark:
“Health and Healthcare for Homeless Families in Massachusetts” (Statewide Meeting of Emergency Shelter Providers for MA Dept of Housing and Community Development)

Dennis Dimitri:
“America is Watching: Response to the Opioid Crisis in New England” (William James College conference)
“Controversial Treatments: Safe Injection Sites, 72-Hour Hold, Marijuana, and Other Non-Evidence-based Treatment” (William James College conference)
“Update on the Opioid Epidemic: Might Safe Injection Facilities be Part of the Solution?” (MA Academy Annual Meeting)

Frank Domino:
“Clinical Case Discussion: Syphilis and PrEP” (Pri-Med East Annual Conference)
“Clinical Case Discussion: Rheumatoid Arthritis” (Pri-Med East Annual Conference)
“Neck and Upper Back and Acute Low Back Pain” (Pri-Med East Annual Conference)
“Medical Literature Updates” (Pri-Med East Annual Conference)
“Updates on Evidence-based Medicine” (AAFP’s 2018 Family Medicine Experience)
“Top 10: Updates from the Medical Literature”  (MA Academy Annual Meeting)
“Motivational Interviewing for Weight Loss” (AAFP FMX Meeting)
“Top Ten Updates in Evidence-based Medicine” (AAFP FMX Meeting)
“Manual Medicine in Allopathic Education” (STFM Conference on Medical Student Education)

Amanda Dostaler:
“Osteopathic Self Care How to Treat Yourself” (Northeast Osteopathic Medical Education Network conference)

Elizabeth Dykhouse and Laura Sturgill:
“Team Precepting: An Innovative Model for Direct Observation of Residents” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

 Alan Ehlrich:
“Medical Marijuana: Weeding Fiction from Fact” (Pri-Med East Annual Conference)
“The Certainty of Net Benefit” (2017 Evidence Live Conference)
“Highs and Lows of Marijuana Use: Talking with Patients” (Massachusetts Medical Society Symposium)

Warren Ferguson:
“Implementation of Medication-assisted Treatment in Jails and Prisons” (11th Academic and Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health)
“Person-First Language for a New Era of Correctional health Research: Words Matter When Promoting Health for All” (11th Academic and Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health)

Warren Ferguson et al:
“Social Justice Behind and Beyond the Bars: Criminal Justice Health and Academic Medicine” (AAMC Annual Meeting)

Leonard Finn:
“Mindful Engagement with our Work: Skills to Address Burnout, Resilience and Wellbeing” (AAFP FMX Meeting)
“Leading Group Visits for Obese Patients: How to Listen, Plan, Implement and Use Billing Codes for Effective Intervention” (AAFP FMX Meeting)

Mary Flynn:
“Primary Care for Patients with Serious Mental Illness: The Art and the Science” (Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians)

Jeff Geller, Paula Gardiner and Cindy Barter:
“Group Visits” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

Paula Gardiner:
“Prevalence of Sleep Disturbances in Children with Chronic Pain” (Global Pain Clinician Summit – Academy of Integrative Pain Management)
“Using OWL, an eHealth Tool, to Reduce Chronic Pain in Patients with Health Disparities” (Global Pain Clinician Summit – Academy of Integrative Pain Management
“Innovative Models of Chronic Pain Management” (Global Pain Clinician Summit – Academy of Integrative Pain Management)
“Using an Innovative mHealth tool to Reduce Chronic Pain in Patients with Health Disparities” (IM Network Forum – Osher Center for Integrative Medicine)
“Comparisons of IMGV and Clinical Visits in Improving the Application of Adaptive Stress Management Techniques among Patients with Chronic Pain and Depression” (IM Network Forum – Osher Center for Integrative Medicine)
“Effects of Integrative Approaches on Quality of Life Among Pediatric Patients with Chronic Pain at an Interdisciplinary Pediatric Pain Clinic” (IM Network Forum – Osher Center for Integrative Medicine)
“Medical Group Visits” (Pri-Med East Annual Conference)
“Integrative Medicine Group Visits: Who Does Well in the Group Visits and Who Attends the Group Visits?” (8th Annual Integrative Medicine for the Underserved Conference)
“Initial Experience with Co-Management of Low Income Pediatric Patients with Functional Abdominal Pain?” (poster; 8th Annual Integrative Medicine for the Underserved Conference)
“Prevalence of Integrative Medicine in Pediatric Pain Clinics Across the United States” (poster; 8th Annual Integrative Medicine for the Underserved Conference)
“A Randomized Controlled Trial to Reduce Chronic Pain and Depression Using Integrative Medicine Group Visits” (poster; 8th Annual Integrative Medicine for the Underserved Conference)
“Using an Innovative mHealth Tool to Reduce Chronic Pain in Patients with Health Disparities” (poster; 8th Annual Integrative Medicine for the Underserved Conference)

Anne Gifford, Michael Maddaleni, Julia Vu, and Jad Jalal:
“Barre Fit” (FMEC annual meeting)

David Gilchrist:
“Change Management” (Massachusetts Academy of Family Physicians)
“Weaning off Opioids” (Pri-Med East Annual Conference)
“Moving Beyond the Yoga Mat and Mindful Moments to Combat Burnout” (FMEC annual meeting)

Melanie Gnazzo and Harshal Patel:
“Tick Tock: Time Management Concepts in Primary Care” (FMEC annual meeting)

Kristina Gracey:
“But It’s busy! How We Perform and Integrate Geriatric Assessments in the Health Center” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)
“What Does it Take? How We Improve Clinical Workflows Through a Team-based Approach at the Barre Family Health Center” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)
“Bridging Generational Gaps in Academic Medicine Environments” (Emerging Leaders Fellowship meeting)

Andrea Anderson and Joseph Gravel:
“It Could Never Happen to Me: Avoiding License Restriction and Loss of Board Certification” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

Joseph Gravel:
“Using ACGME Milestones on Advocacy to Create Level 5 Advocates” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

Joseph Gravel and Alan Douglass:
“Negotiation Skills that Empower: Getting to Yes Using a 10-Minute Business Plan” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

Andrea Anderson, Kenneth Lin, Alan Douglass and Joseph Gravel:
“Advocacy 101” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

Jill Grimes:
“Treating Obesity and The Skinny on Gluten Free” (Pri-Med East Annual Conference)

Lisa Gussak, Phil Fournier and Anthony Larusso:
“Physician, Heal Thyself: Dealing with Substance Use Disorders in Medical Students” (STFM Conference on Medical Student Education)

Lisa Gussak:
“Learning and Lactating” (STFM Conference on Medical Student Education)

Heather-Lyn Haley:
“Race, Power and Privilege in Clinical Settings” (Penn State Medical Center’s Extra-ordinary Care for Diverse Patients by Care Providers Series)

Allison Hargreaves and Anne Gifford:
“Family Medicine for Older Adults: Diagnosis and Management of Common Geriatric Conditions in Primary Care” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

Allison Hargreaves:
“Implementing Point-of-Care Ultrasound in Family Medicine Practices and Residency Sites” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)
“Improving Access to Point-of-Care Ultrasound Services at Barre Family Health Center” (poster; FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

Raj Hazarika:
“Addressing Social Determinants of Health to Make Sustainable Improvements to Access, Quality, and Outcomes” (Digital HealthCare Innovations Congress)

Susan Hogan:
“Get with the Programs: Connecting Providers to Community Resources” (Annual Meeting of the Association for Prevention Teaching and Research)

Susan Hogan and Keaton Cameron-Burr:
“Safe Prescribing of Opioids at Barre Family Health Center” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

Judy Hsu:
“Project ECHO: Moving Knowledge, Not People” (MA League of Community Health Center’s Community Health Institute)

Paul Jeffrey, Kim Lenz, Tasmina Hydery and Bonnie Greenwood:
“An Evaluation to Determine the Most Cost-Effective Site of Care for Delivery of High-Cost Infused Medications in a State Medicaid Population” (poster; Academy of ManagedCare Pharymacy’s Annual Meeting and Expo)

Paul Jeffrey, Kim Lenz and Bonnie Greenwood:
“Impact of Lumacaftor/Ivacaftor on Pulmonary Exacerbation Rates in Members with Cystic Fibrosis in a Medicaid Population” (poster; Academy of ManagedCare Pharymacy’s Annual Meeting and Expo)

Cynthia Jeremiah:
“Cardiac Diagnostics: Take the Stress Out of Stress Testing” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

 Cynthia Jeremiah, Stacy Potts, Kristina Gracey and Jillian Joseph:
“Colposcopy” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

Tracy Kedian, Andreas Cohrssen and Judy Savageau:
“Pay to Pass? Do Family Medicine Residency Programs with Dedicated Curricula and Subsidized Materials Have Lower Rates of First Time ABFM Certification Exam Failure?” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

Debi Lang:
“National Collaboratory to Address Elder Mistreatment: Developing an Elder Mistreatment Care Model for Emergency Departments” (Gerontology Society of America annual meeting).

Carolyn Langer:
Transforming Systems and the Role of the National Standards for Systems of Care for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs(Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs: 2018 Annual Meeting)
“Massachusetts Case Study: Address Medicaid Sustainability, Reform and Alignment – MassHealth Delivery Systems Restructuring” (13th Annual Government Health Care Congress)

Emily Lauer:
“Health Service Utilization Among People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Massachusetts: Implications for Improvements in Health Management” (American Public Health Association’s annual meeting)
“Strong, Step-wise Associations Between Adverse Social Determinants of Health, Gradients of Mental Health, and Cognitive Disabilities” (American Public Health Association’s annual meeting)
“Social Inclusion for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disability Next Steps: Pathways to Friendship” (American Public Health Association’s annual meeting)

Jim Ledwith et al: 
“Treating People with Chronic Pain and Addiction: A Continuum” (FMEC Annual Meeting)

Charles Lehnardt:
“Case-based Osteopathic Approach to Back Pain” (Northeast Osteopathic Medical Education Network conference)
“Expanding the Lens: Screening to Focus our Efforts” (ROME: Regional Osteopathic Medical Education New England Conderence)

Kim Lenz:
Patient Review and Restriction Programs: Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs and the Need for Collaboration (Academy of ManagedCare Pharymacy’s Annual Meeting and Expo)

Mary Lindholm:
“Post-Menopausal Bleeding – A Practical Approach” (MA Academy Annual Meeting)

Mary Lindholm, Bob Baldor, Frank Domino, and Karen Rayla:
“Grade Inflation and its Effect on Family Medicine Interest and Residency Rank Lists and Preparedness” (STFM Conference on Medical Student Education)

Linda Long-Belil:
“The Impact of Beliefs about Sexuality on the Lives of Women with Physical Disabilities” (American Public Health Association’s annual meeting)
“Use of Contraception Among Women with Early Onset Physical Disabilities” (American Public Health Association’s annual meeting)

Adele Ojeda, Haley Perkins, Diane Melone, Lauren Eidt-Pearson and Steve Martin:
Contingency Management for Opioid Use Disorder with Low-Cost Positive Recognition (Rising Tides: Current Issues in Substance Use Disorder Care – state OBAT conference)

Steve Martin:
“Preventing Over and Under-Diagnosis: Conservative Diagnosis Principles” (Lown Institute Conference)
Comprehensive Care: Principles and Practice of Responsible Insourcing” (IHI Annual Summit on Improving Patient Care in the Office Practice and the Community)

Beth Mazyck:
“Obesity Evaluation and Treatment: Review and Updates” (FMEC annual meeting)

Lisa McGonigal:
“Culinary Medicine Intervention with the Anti-Inflammatory Diet for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD-AID)” (Health Meets Food 2018 Conference)

Jafeen Ilmudeen and Yvonne McLean:
“Implicit Bias Initiatives and Outcomes in Residency Programs: A Literature Review and Future Directions for Family Medicine” (poster; FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

Ivonne McLean and Hokoufeh Dianat:
“Reproductive Justice: What’s It About? Open Book Club Discussion” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

Maria Michas:
“Workplace Violence Prevention in the Hospital Setting” (American Occupational Health Conference)
“Preventive Methodologies for Mitigating/Reducing Healthcare Violence and Conflict” (Massachusetts Health and Hospital Association – 2018 Healthcare Safety Summit.
"Preventing Blood Borne Pathogen Exposures: Practical Advances from the Front Line of Medicine” (Am Occupational Health Conference)

Dan Mullin and James Anderson:
“Use of Motivational Interviewing for Organizational Change: Ethical and Practical Considerations” (2019 Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers Forum)

Dan Mullin:
“Measuring the Integration of Primary Care and Behavioral Health Services: A Factor Analysis of the Practice Integration Profile” (North American Primary Care Research Group)
“Evaluating Primary Care Behavioral Health: Measure and Metrics” (North American Primary Care Research Group)
“Integrated Care Strategies for Patients with Opioid Use Disorder” (2018 Integrated Health Care Conference)
“Evoking Realities that Support Change: MI and Narrative Therapy” (Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers/MINT Annual Forum)

Dan Mullin and Sandy Blount:
“Building the PCBH Workforce by Developing Non-Clinician Team Members” (Collaborative Family Healthcare Association conference)

Harshal Patel:
“Viscero-somatic Reflexes and Hypertension” (Northeast Osteopathic Medical Education Network conference)

Stacy Potts:
“Leading From the Inside Out” (AAFP FMX Meeting)
“Career Planning: History of My Future” (AAFP FMX Meeting) 

Rebekah Rollston and Jay Broadhurst:
“Advocacy for Public and Private Health: Self-Induced Abortion – A Tale of Two Organizations” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

Tina Runyan et al:
“Physician Well-Being: Recommended Curriculum Guidelines for Family Medicine Residents” (American Academy of Family Physicians)
“Fostering Wellness in the Clinical Learning Environment: A Systems Approach to Caring for Caregivers” (AAMC Annual Meeting)
“Making Sense of Resident Wellness Curricula: A Delphi Study of Content Experts” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

Tina Runyan:
“Leveraging the Tend-and-Befriend Response to Manage Cumulative Secondary Stress in Professional Practice” (keynote address and workshop; Texas Psychological Association annual meeting)
“PTSD Presentation and Treatment” (Pri-Med East Annual Conference)
“National Healthcare Trends: Implications for Integrated Care” (Missouri Primary Care Association)
“Mindfulness, Self-Compassion and Personal Resilience in Medicine” (Collaborative Family Healthcare Association conference)

Vanessa Sasso:
“Getting to Zero: Crucial AETC Roles in Helping to End the Epidemic and Realizing the Dream: Facilitating the Adoption of “Undetectable = Untransmittable” in Philosophy and Practice” (National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care and Treatment)

Judy Savageau, Hugh Silk, Kate Sullivan and Gail Sawosik:
“Qualitative Evaluation of the Impact of Oral Health Integration Among Primary Care Training Programs in the United States” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

Judy Savageau et al:
“Opioid Overdoses Among High Risk Medicaid Members: Healthcare Cost, Service Utilization, and Risk Factor Analysis of Persons Engaged with the Criminal Justice System” (Academic and Health Policy Conference on Correctional Health annual meeting)

Judy Savageau, Kate Sullivan, Gail Sawosik, and Hugh Silk:
“Assessment of Oral Health Education in Primary Care Training: National Survey and Interview Results Evaluating Multidisciplinary Education” (American Public Health Association’s annual meeting)

R Samelson, Judy Savageau, K Holt, Kate Sullivan and Hugh Silk:
“Educating Residents About Prenatal Oral Health: 2012 versus 2017” (poster; Council on Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology (CREOG))

Sherrylin Sethi et al:
“Introducing Clinical Art Therapy in Residency Education: Meeting Accreditation Requirements Through an Innovative Curriculum in the Visual Arts” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)
“The Efficient Clinical Competency Committee (CCC): Innovative Tips for Getting the Work Done and Meeting Accreditation Requirements” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

J Emily Nuss, Vanessa Villamarin, Sara Shields and Heather-Lyn Haley:
“Baby Box Project: A Community-based Public Health Project to Address Disparities in Infant Mortality” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

Sara Shields et al:
“Maternal Health Access Project” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

Sara Shields:
"Rural Maternity Workforce Challenges: Where is Family Medicine?" (Rural Training Track Collaborative Annual Meeting)
“Perinatal depression and Anxiety” (Family Centered Maternity Care conference)
“History of Sexual Trauma” (Family Centered Maternity Care conference)
“Labor Dystocia” (Family Centered Maternity Care conference)

Suhas Shreeharshan:
“OMT in Pregnancy” (Northeast Osteopathic Medical Education Network conference)

E Meyer, E Hen, P Rizzo, E Nuss, and Sara Shields:
“Worcester: A Baby Box City: Interdisciplinary Lessons in Community Engagement” (FMEC Conference)

Hugh Silk and Mary Flynn:
“Providing Primary Care for Patients with Serious Mental Illness: The Art and Science” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

Hugh Silk and Judy Savageau:
“Want to Teach Oral Health Topics? Here’s How” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)

Hugh Silk:
“Developing a Research Agenda for Integrating Oral and General Health” (Integrating Oral and General Health through Health Literacy Practices / National Academy of Science)
“HIV Interprofessional Education by the New England AIDS Education and Training Center” (National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care and Treatment)

T Jiang, SH Ticku, MA Tavares, CA Riedy, Hugh Silk, Kate Sullivan and Judy Savageau:
“Interprofessional Education in Dental Schools: Results of a National Survey” (poster; National Oral Health Conference (NOHC))

I Isong, Hugh Silk and Judy Savageau:
“A National Survey of Oral Health Curricula in Pediatric Residency Programs” (poster; American Academy of Pediatrics)

Hugh Silk:
“Medicine and the Fine Arts Community” (FMEC annual conference)
"Integration of Oral Health and Primary Care – Where Have We Come From, Where Are We, and Where Are We Going?” (Reede Scholars Annual Health Equity Symposium)
“Engaging Health Schools and Residencies Based Upon a National Survey of Current Oral Health Education” (National Oral Health Conference (NOHC))

Anita Glicken and Hugh Silk:
“Evaluating the Integration of Oral Health and Primary Care Training in the U.S.” (popster; International Health Workforce Collaborative (IHWC))
“Oral Health Integration in Physician Assistant (PA) Education 2017” (poser; American Academy of Physician Assistants)

Sonal Singh:
“Diagnostic Algorithms for Cardiovascular Death in Administrative Claims Databases: A Systemic Review” (poster; International Society of Pharmacoepidemiology)
“Oral Direct Acting Antivirals and the Incidence or Recurrence of Hepatocellular Carcinoma” (Healthcare Systems Research Network of the NIH Collaboratory Grand Rounds)
“Resurgence of Hepatocellular Carcinoma in the Era of Oral Direct Acting Antivirals. Cause or Consequence? Fundamentals of Biomedicine Seminar Series” (Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center)

Ben Slocum:
“Headaches and Osteopathy” (Northeast Osteopathic Medical Education Network conference)

Herb Stevenson:
“Concussion Update 2018” (Pri-Med East Annual Conference)

Laura Sturgill and Hilary Mislan:
“Interconception Care at a Teaching Community Health Center: Improving Maternal Child Health Through Pediatric Well Visit Screening” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

Stefan Topolski:
“The Profound Complexities in Maternal-Fetal Medicine” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)
“Complexity? We Don’t Know Squat” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)
"But He Died” (FMEC 2019 Annual Meeting)
“Loss of Complexity in Addiction” (Ninth International Conference on Complex Systems)
“Aspects of Complex Systems Relevant to Medical Practice” (Ninth International Conference on Complex Systems)

Carole Upshur, Melodie Wenz-Gross et al:
“Evaluating Implementation Fidelity’s Role in the KidSteps II Intervention Study via Multilevel Mixture Mediation Modeling” (Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness)

Ginny Van Duyne, Stacy Potts and Neha Wacks:
“Teaching Residents to Teach” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

Ginny Van Duyne, Laura Bujold and Stephanie Carter-Henry:
“Speed Group Mentoring for Women Physicians” (52nd Society for Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference)

Julia Vu:
“Carpel Tunnel – Nerve Impingements of the Upper Extremity” (Northeast Osteopathic Medical Education Network conference)
EN Dugas, MP Sylvestre, Bob Wellman, and J O’Loughlin:
“The 100-Cigarerre Lifetime Cirterian: Time for a Change?” (Annual Meeting of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco – Europe (SRNT-E))

EN Dugas, N Hanusaid, EK O’Loughlin, A Montreuil, Bob Wellman, and J O’Loughlin:
“Parental Cannabis Use is Associated with Cannabis Uptake and Use in Offspring” (Annual Meeting of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco – Europe (SRNT-E))

Bob Wellman, H Dutczak, MP Sylvestre, EK O’Loughlin, A Montreuil, G Datta and J O’Loughlin:
“Exposition aux Facteurs de Risque pour le Tabagisme: Le Role du Status Socioeconomique" (Jounrees Annuelles de SantaPublicque [JASP])

Bob Wellman et al:
“Sex Differences in Cigarette Smoking Onset” (Canadian Cancer Research Conference)

Susan Wolf-Fordham and Jill Morrow Gorton:
“Public Health and Disasters: Integrating Three Projects” (APHA Annual Meeting)

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