Andrew Leiker - Wisconsin Surgical Society Meeting Best Poster: “An Analysis of Intra-operative Parathyroid Hormone Kinetics in Elderly Patients with Primary Hyperparathyroidism: Are New Criteria Needed?” November, 2011
Nancy Stevens - Dr. Michael J. Dunn Medical Student Research Day Poster Contest, 5th Place: “Video Education Intervention in the Emergency Department” October, 2011
Jessica Oswald - American Association of Poison Control Centers Best Platform Presentation for North American Congress of Clinical Toxicology, for: “Poison Center Consultation Decreases Hospital Length of Stay and Inpatient Charges” October, 2010
Ebony Richards - American Academy of Pediatrics NCW Best Student/Resident Presentation Award from the Committee for Violence and Injury Prevention for “Theory Driven Education Improves Safe Sleep” October, 2010
Timothy Schnettler - Dr. Michael J. Dunn Medical Student Research Day Poster Contest, 3rd Place: “Metal Ions Upregulate Lymphocyte Binding to Endothelial Cells: Potential Mechanisms for the Formation of ALVAL Following Total Hip Arthroplasty with Metal on Metal Articulations” September, 2010
Maria Burzynski, Shaun Daidone, Richard Leake and Paul Stellmacher - Central Group on Education Affairs, Innovations in Medical Education Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME) Poster Award:“Do Student Self-Reports Equal Observer Ratings for Curriculum Content Inclusions? Chicago, IL, 2010.
Jessica Anderson - 18th Annual Emergency Medicine Research Forum Career Development Award: “Six-Month Assessment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms and Quality of Life in an Injured Trauma Population” April, 2010
Aran Balachandran - 18th Annual Emergency Medicine Research Forum Best Pediatric Presentation: “Epidemiology of Pediatric Motor Vehicle Occupant Injury in Milwaukee County: Impact of Wisconsin's Booster Seat Legislation” April, 2010
Molly Gill - 18th Annual Emergency Medicine Research Forum Best Student/Resident/Fellow Presentation: “Dissatisfaction in Pediatric Pain Treatment: Insights to Improve Treatment” April, 2010
Richard Leake - Presidential Poster Award in the category of Geriatric Education: “Observed Competency in Medical Students’ Abilities to Manage Medications in Geriatric Patients”, American Geriatrics Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Chicago, IL 2009
Jessica Anderson - 17th Annual Emergency Medicine Research Forum Best Resident/Fellow/Student Presentation: for “Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Quality of Life in a Trauma Population” 2009
Kristin Vrotsos - 15th Annual Emergency Medicine Research Forum Career Development Award:"Clinical benchmarks in EMS: Do the number of Milwaukee County EMS providers in the system affect their critical care patient interventions?" 2007
Charis Thatcher - 12th Annual Emergency Medicine Research Forum Best Resident/Fellow/Student Presentation: “Neighborhood characteristics and adolescent interpersonal assault victims in Milwaukee County” 2004
Shane Allen - SAEM Regional Conference, Best Student Presentation Award for: "Association of Seatbelts with Hospital Charges, Disability and Death, 2004
Injury remains a significant public health problem and has been called, "the neglected disease of modern society." In the United States and in Wisconsin, injury is the leading cause of premature death for all individuals, exceeding heart disease and cancer; injury is the leading cause of all deaths for individuals aged 1 to 44 years old.
Physicians play a vital role in injury prevention and control because of their direct experiences caring for injured patients and their perspectives on effective population-based intervention strategies. By participating in injury control and prevention research, physicians are able to have a substantial impact on all aspects of injury from population-based prevention strategies to treatment and rehabilitation guidelines. The purpose of this course is to expose physicians-in-training to injury control and prevention research from a variety of physician specialties through integration with the Injury Research Center.
This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to build on previous injury and public health research experience. Students are expected to have participated in the Injury Research Center's Summer Student Program or have some equivalent background/experience in conducting public health research. This course will further develop the student's knowledge of injury from a population health perspective.
Goals of the elective:
- Understand injury as a biosocial disease using injury epidemiology
- Describe the physician's role in preventing and reducing injuries
- Describe injury research methods, injury datasets, and population-based injury prevention strategies, and
- Conduct injury control and prevention research by identifying research questions, reviewing literature, conducting data analysis, and interpreting and presenting findings.
For more information contact Mary Czinner at (414) 955-7671 or email@example.com.