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Family and Community Medicine

Current Fellows and Past Graduates

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Katinka Hooyer, PhD

2015-2017; Family & Community Medicine

Katinka Hooyer, PhD is a medical anthropologist and research fellow in Family and Community Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin. She focuses on designing and testing interventions for Veterans with post-traumatic stress and moral injury. Katinka collaborates with Veterans to study how their transformative experiences with collective ritual and alternative therapies can provide opportunities to feel more connected to society and facilitate healing. As a community-engaged scholar, she uses interactive art to translate research and share social science knowledge with students and the public. One of the goals of this research agenda is to promote empathy and bridge socio-cultural gaps in understanding through collaborative design.

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Sandra Bogar, PhD

2017-2019; Institute for Health & Equity

Sandra Bogar, PhD, completed her PhD in Public and Community Health in 2016. Her dissertation employed a community based participatory research approach in partnership with Running Rebels community organization to explore environmental health knowledge, attitudes, and perspectives among youth. In her current fellowship, Sandy will to continue to pursue youth‐partnered research as well as investigate interventions related to improving well‐being among providers working with youth who experience trauma.

Courtney Barry

Courtney Barry, PsyD

2015-2017; Family & Community Medicine

Courtney Barry, PsyD, is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. Dr. Barry has a strong interest in Behavioral Health Integration and mentors medical students interested in this field. Her clinical interests include working with children and adults with a variety of mental health disorders. Dr. Barry’s research focuses on trauma-informed care within primary care settings. Her current work focuses on the relationship between types of trauma and healthcare utilization. She is using that data to inform strategies to improve services offered for trauma patients and to develop programs that foster systemic change and promote a biopsychosocial approach to treatment within primary care, including trauma-informed training for providers and staff, as part of the trauma informed care program.

Jeana Holt

Jeana Holt, DNP

2017-2019; Family & Community Medicine

Jeana Holt, DNP, is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee College of Nursing where she teaches doctor of nursing practice graduate students, practices as a primary care provider, and conducts community-engaged research. She is also a fellow in primary care research at the MCW's Department of Family and Community Medicine. Her fellowship projects include a comprehensive hypertension assessment and control quality improvement initiative across specialty and general practice clinics and a randomized control trial investigating an enhanced care program and usual care of medically complex patients. Her fellowship mentor is Dr. Julie Mitchell. She began serving Milwaukee's Immigrant and Refugee population in 2015 as a primary care provider and project coordinator on a $1.5 million HRSA-funded interprofessional grant.

Dr. Holt formerly served as the director of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee College of Nursing House of Peace Community Nursing Center and director of Primary Care Services. She is the current President of the Milwaukee Metro Nurse Practitioners and Omaha System board member.

Constance Gundacker

Constance Gundacker, MD, MPH

2017-2019; Community Pediatrics

Connie Gundacker, MD MPH, grew up on a farm in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. She received a Bachelor’s of Science in Spanish from UW-Madison. Before beginning medical school at UW-Madison she spent a year teaching in Guatemala. During medical school she obtained a Certificate in Global Health and did research on farm injuries in children in Mexico. She completed her pediatric residency at UC-Davis in Sacramento, CA where she started a Reach-Out-and-Read Program and spent 2 months in rural Nicaragua doing clinical work with community health workers. She worked as an outpatient pediatrician with the local health department in Alabama while obtaining a Master’s in Public Health in Maternal and Child Health Policy and Leadership from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Her major interest is to improve maternal and child health disparities in the U.S. and globally through community-based research. Her other research interests include: pediatric asthma, community health worker interventions, immigrant health, and the effects of maternal nativity on infant and child outcomes. During fellowship, she intends to put community-based participatory research skills into practice and develop effective community-academic partnerships with the goal of decreasing maternal and child health disparities in the Milwaukee area.

Jamila Kwarteng

Jamila Kwarteng, PhD

2017-2019; Institute for Health & Equity

Jamila Kwarteng, PhD, has a PhD in Health Behavior and Health Education from the University of Michigan, School of Public Health. She recently completed a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW), where she examined the social patterning of racial and gender discrimination among Black and White women in the Young Women’s Health History study. Dr. Kwarteng’s research focuses on understanding social factors related to persistent health inequities in minority and economically disadvantaged populations. Her primary aim for the fellowship is to conduct intervention research in collaboration with community-engaged projects that focus on weight loss and cancer survivorship.

Past Graduates

(Shown with post fellowship positions - if known)

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Past Graduates

2015-2017 Jessica Olson, PhD

2014-2016 Tourette Jackson, DrPH MPH

2014-2016 Jennifer Kusch, PhD MPH

2012-2015 Elizabeth Duthie, PhD

2012-2015 Nadia Ahmad, PhD MA

2013-2014 Michael McCauley, PhD

2012-2014 Rebecca Bernstein, MD MS

2012-2014 Cynthia Kay, MD MS

2012-2014 Roohi Kharofa, MD MPH

2010-2013 Lisa Bradford, PhD MA

2010-2013 Christina Eldredge, MD MS

2010-2012 Elizabeth Cogbill, MD

2010-2012 Natasha Travis, MD

2009-2011 Zeno Franco, PhD

2009-2011 Kirsten Beyer, PhD MPH

2008-2010 Kristin Guilonard, DO MPH

2007-2009 Melanie Hinojosa, PhD

2007-2010 David Nelson, PhD

2007-2010 Alan Wells, PhD MPH

2006-2008 Tarik Walker, MD

2006-2009 Ishrat Siddique, MD, MS

2005-2007: Sital Bhargava, DO, MS

2005-2007: Kimberly Stoner, MD, MS

2005-2007: Nancy Havas, MD

2003-2006: Tracey Humbert, MD, MS

2003-2006: Laure DeMattia, DO, MS

2002-2004: Michael Weisgerber, MD, MS

2002-2004: Chad Farmer, MD, MS

2001-2002: Evette Kingcaid, MD*

2001-2003: Daniel Yacono, MD, MS

2001-2003: Greg Sicard, MD, MS

2001-2003: Josiah Halm, MD, MS

2000-2003: John O'Connor, MD, MS

2000-2003: Rania Dempsey, MD, MS

1999-2001: Robert Montgomery, MD

1999-2001: Yolanda Rainge, MD

1998-2000: Tammy Sims, MD, MS

1997-1999: Paul Millea, MD, MA

1995-1997: Brian Ivanovic, MD, MS

1995-1997: Cheryl A. Flynn, MD, MS


* Community-based Faculty development fellows: enrolled in affiliated program located at Waukesha Memorial Hospita

Fellowship Publications

Publications of Fellows and Graduates

(Updated August 2016)

  1. Azam, L., Jackson, T.A., Knudson, P., Meurer, J., and Tarima, S.  Use of secondary clinical data for research related to diabetes self-management education. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. (In Press).

  2. Barry C, Jackson TA, Azam L, Nelson D, Meurer J. Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction for Aid in Diabetes Management in Low-Income Neighborhoods, American Diabetes Association’s 76th Scientific Sessions, New Orleans, Louisiana, 6/10/2016-6/13/2016

  3. Barry C, Hamberger K, Franco Z (2016). Trauma-Informed Care in Primary Care, Department of Family and Community Medicine Research Forum, Milwaukee, WI, 6/1/2016

  4. Barry C. (2016). Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Aid in Diabetes Management in Low-Income Neighborhoods, Manuscript Writing Group, 05/23/2016

  5. Barry C. (2016). Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Transition Research, Adolescent/Young Adults Cancer Committee Board Meeting, 04/05/2016

  6. Barry C. (2016). Trauma-Informed Care in Primary Care, Center for Healthy Communities and Research Workgroup, Milwaukee, WI, 4/26/2016

  7. Batson, C. D., Ahmad, N. Y. & Stocks, E. L. (2016). Benefits and liabilities of empathy-induced altruism: A contemporary review. In: A.G. Miller (ed). The social psychology of good and evil. (pp. 443-466).New York, NY: Guilford Press.

  8. Jackson T, Player B, Lundh R, Garrison C. “Utilizing Non-physician Providers to Enhance the Education of Early Clinical Learners While Maintaining Efficiency in the Outpatient Clinic Setting” chosen to be recorded by AAMC for inclusion in first ever Virtual Medical Education Meeting at AAMC January 2016

  9. Jackson T, Garrison C, Lundh R, Player B, Morzinski J. Utilizing Non-physician Providers to Enhance the Education of Early Clinical Learners While Maintaining Efficiency in the Outpatient Clinic Setting. AAMC Medical Education Conference, Nov. 10-12, 2015

  10. Kusch, J: Learning Experiences of University Biology Faculty: A Qualitative Pilot Study.  Manuscript accepted for publication in Journal of College Science Teaching

  11. Kusch J, Maatman T, Griesbach S, Petersen T, Mitchell J. Before Rotation Introductory Essentials for Faculty (BRIEF): Using Technology to Improve Learning Experiences of Early Clinical Learners. Peer Papers – Works in Progress accepted, STFM ME conference, Phoenix AZ, January 28-31, 2016

  12. Kusch J, Maatman T, Griesbach S, Peterson T, Gilligan MA. “Enhancing Medical Education for Early Clinical Learners Through Before Rotation Introductory Essentials for Faculty (BRIEF).” Poster accepted to MCW Research Day.

  13. Lundh R, Garrison C, Player B, Jackson T, Morzinski JA. Team approach to clinical teaching: Non-physician providers help teach M1/M2 students. Society of Teachers of Family medicine Annual Spring Conference. Minneapolis MN May 3, 2016

  14. Jackson T, …  "A Hmong Community's Perspectives on Health Disparities in Wisconsin: Implications for Health Equity Programming". Poster accepted for annual American Public Health Association conference, October 29 – November 2, Denver.

  15. Azam L, Jackson T, Barry C, Nelson D, Meurer J. “A Community Perspective on Patient-Centered Weight Management and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction to Improve Diabetes Self-management Education and Support.” Accepted for print-only conference proceedings, American Diabetes Associations Conference, June 10-14, 2016, New Orleans

  16. Kusch J, Maatman TC, Griesbach S, Peterson T, Gilligan MA. “Enhancing Medical Education for Early Clinical Learners Through Before Rotation Introductory Essentials for Faculty (BRIEF)”. Poster presented at Medical College of Wisconsin Research Day, 10/6/2015 Milwaukee, WI

  17. DeNomie M, Kusch J, Bernstein R. “Improving Physical Activity and Fitness Through A Community-Based Biking Program.” Poster presented at Medical College of Wisconsin Research Day, 10/6/2015 Milwaukee, WI

  18. Ahmad, NY, Holloway, R. Perspective taking and personality in medical student’s empathic response: Feasibility and preliminary findings. Patient Education and Counseling (under review)

  19. Ahmad, NY, Farrell, MH. Maternal focus of attention and concern in information seeking after newborn genetic screening. Journal of Health Psychology (under review)

  20. Jackson, T.A., Haung, B., Riddell, M. Shelton, B., and Holsinger, J.W. Impact of Diabetes Self-management Education on Diabetes Process Measures: An Analysis of Behavioral Risk Factor and Surveillance System Data. Poster presented at Medical College of Wisconsin Inaugural Community Engagement Week. Milwaukee, WI (April 15-17, 2015)

  21. Simpson D, Petersen T, Marcdante K, Morzinski JA, Bergl P, Chan E, Jackson T, Kusch J, Meurer, L, Mitchell J, Chandler T, TEAMS collaborative. Identifying M1-2 Preceptor Development Needs at a time of Health Care Transformation. Innovations Poster, CGEA spring, April 9-12, 2015, Columbus, OH

  22. Meurer L, Bernstein R, Lundh R, Garrison C, Kusch J, Morzinski J. Teaching about Health Disparities and Social Determinants of Health. Family and Community Medicine annual Winter Refresher Course, January 29, 2015. Waukesha, WI

  23. Morzinski J, Lundh R, Kusch J, Bernstein R, Meurer L, Simpson D. Does Training in Social Determinants of Health Change the Skills of Primary Care Educators? STFM Medical Student Education Conference, February 5-8, 2015. Atlanta, GA.

  24. Flynn, KE & EA Duthie. (May 15, 2015). Health-Related Quality of Life in Couples Seeking Treatment for Infertility. Accepted for poster presentation at the PROMIS Health Organization Inaugural Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

  25. Duthie EA, A Cooper, A Lyerly, E Strawn, & KE Flynn. (November 19, 2014). Family-Building Priorities for Couples Seeking Care for Infertility. Oral presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition, New Orleans, LA.

  26. Duthie, EA, A Cooper, E Strawn, & KE Flynn. (October 22, 2014). Infertility-Related Decision Making and Decisional Conflict. Oral presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making, Miami, FL.

  27. Nguyen, AL, EA Duthie, EH Duthie, K Denson, & J Franco. (April 23, 2015). A Geriatrics rotation as a Medicine elective: A smart option for medical students? Accepted for poster presentation at the Medical College of Wisconsin Innovations in Medical Education Conference, Milwaukee WI.

  28. EA Duthie. (June 1, 2015).Women’s Experiences with Nutrition & Physical Activity during First Pregnancy.  Submitted for poster presentation at the Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Family & Community Medicine Annual Research Forum, Milwaukee, WI.

  29. Amin AL, J Neuner, EA Duthie, VR Finn & AL Kong. (2014). A one-to-one mentoring support service for breast cancer survivors. Wisconsin Medical Journal. 113(5): 185-189.

  30. Ahmad, NY, Bragg, D, Brown, D, Hueston, WJ, Tews, M, & Treat, R, Perspective taking in first year medical students: How does it relate to pro­social traits and values? Accepted oral presentation, Central Group on Educational Affairs 2015 Spring Meeting, Columbus, OH. April 2015.

  31. Treat, R, Brown, D, Ahmad, N, Tews, M, Bragg, D., Hueston, WJ, Relationship of Medical Student Personality and Empathy for Baseline Outcomes of a New Three-Year Medical School Curriculum, Accepted poster, Central Group on Educational Affairs 2015 Spring Meeting, Columbus, OH. April 2015.

  32. Kotchen T, Tully M, Kos A, Eastwood D, Kusch J. Implementation of an Adjunct Strategy to Reduce Blood Pressure in Blacks with Uncontrolled Hypertension: A Pilot Project. Ethnicity and Disease, Vol. 25, No 2, (or Vol. 25, No. 3) 2014.

  33. Franco ZE, Flower M, Whittle J, & Sandy M. (2014) Professional Ethics & Virtue Ethics in Community Engaged Healthcare Training.  In D. Mitchell & R. Ream (Eds.), Professional Responsibility: The Fundamental Issue in Education and Health Care Reform (pp. 211-230).  Springer Series on Advances in Medical Education. Switzerland: Springer.

  34. Solomon S, Bullock S, Calhoun K, Crosby L, Eakin B, Franco ZE, Hardwick E, Leinberger-Jabari A, Newton G, Odell J, Paberza A, Spellecy R. (2014) Piloting a Nationally Disseminated, Interactive Human Subjects Protection Program for Community Partners: Unexpected Lessons Learned from the Field. Clinical and Translational Science Institute Journal, Vol. 7, 2. DOI: 10.1111_cts.12155

  35. Bernstein R, Meurer L, Plumb E, Jackson J. Diabetes and Hypertension Prevalence in Homeless Adults in the U.S.: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. American Journal of Public Health. 2015 Feb; 105(2): e46-60. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2014.302330

  36. Farrell, M. H., Christopher, S. A., Kirschner, A. L. P., Roedl, S. J., O’Tool, F. O., Ahmad, N. Y., & Farrell, P. M. (2014). Improving the quality of physician communication with rapid-throughput analysis and report cards. Patient Education and Counseling. DOI: 10.1016/j.pec.2014.07.028 

  37. Kharofa R, Mitchell J, Marcdante K. Helping Early Clinical Learners Add Value in a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Workshop presented at Central Group on Educational Affairs (CGEA) Spring Conference March 27-29, 2014, Cleveland, OH.

  38. Kharofa R, Organ N, Meurer J. Pediatric Wellness Action Plans – A Randomized Controlled Trail Addressing The Obesity Epidemic. Platform presentation: Pediatric Academic Society Conference, May 3 – 6, 2014, Vancouver, Canada

  39. Kharofa R, Toth H, Simpson D, Marcdante K. Increasing Pediatricians’ Confidence and Interest in Precepting Early Clinical Learners. Poster presentation Pediatric Academic Society Conference, May 3 – 6, 2014, Vancouver, Canada

  40. Kay C, Jackson JL, Frank M. "The relationship between Internal Medicine Residency Graduate performance on the ABIM certifying examination, yearly in-service examinations and USMLE Step 1 score." Accepted for publication, Academic Medicine.

  41. Kay C, Jeffrey L. Jackson, Dai Takahashi.  Who is performing invasive bedside procedures at an academic medical center, and why? SGIM annual meeting. San Diego, CA, 2014 (Poster)

  42. Kay C, Jeffrey L Jackson, Wilkins Jackson.  A mixed method study of the quality of written feedback by Attendings of Internal Medicine Residents. SGIM annual meeting. San Diego, CA, 2014 (Poster)

  43. Jackson JL, Kay C, Frank M.  Attending Evaluations of Medicine Residents. The Clinical Teacher. (In Review)

  44. Jackson JL, Kay C, Frank M, Jackson W. The Quality of Written Feedback by Attendings of Internal Medicine Residents. Academic Medicine. (In Review)

  45. Ramanadhan S, Nagler RH, Lora V, Minsky S, Bruff C, McCauley, MP, Puleo E, Viswanath K. Assessing Public Opinion about Cancer Inequalities: Engaging Adolescents and Young Adults in a Community-Based Participatory Research Process, manuscript submitted to Family & Community Health.

  46. Vallone DM, Allen JA, Cantrell J, McCauley MP, Nagler RH, Viswanath K. Part IV. Chapter 9: Communications, Marketing and TRHD. In A Socio-Ecological Approach to Addressing Tobacco Related Health Disparities, a National Cancer Institute Tobacco Control Monograph. (In press)

  47. McCauley MP, Ramanadhan S, Viswanath K. Community Health Assessment and Community Leadership Analysis: Lessons from Project IMPACT. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Centers for Population Health and Health Disparities (NIH), Marina del Rey, CA, May 20, 2014.

  48. Neuner J, Fedders M, Caravella M, Bradford L, Schapira M. (accepted for publication). Meaningful use and the patient portal: Patient enrollment, use and satisfaction with patient portals at a later adopting center. American Journal of Medical Quality.

  49. Kay C, Jackson JL, & Frank M. "The relationship between Internal Medicine Residency Graduate performance on the ABIM certifying examination, yearly in-service examinations and USMLE Step 1 score." Academic Medicine. Accepted for publication.

  50. Ahmad NY, Farrell MH. Linguistic markers of emotion in mothers of sickle cell carrier infants: what are they and what do they mean? Patient Educ Couns 2014 Jan;94(1):128-33 PMID 24183069

  51. Ahmad, N.Y. (2013, August). A brief perspective taking intervention to increase student empathy. Presented to Health Resources and Services Administration (NRSA) Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Grantee Meeting Series. Virtual.

  52. Lam, CA, Eldredge, C, Ahmad, N, & Kahn, CE. (2013, December). Feasibility of a generalized informatics framework for cohort identification, hypothesis generation, and retrospective data analysis for radiology research. Educational exhibit to be presented at Radiological Society of North American Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL

  53. Kay C, Frank M, Jackson JL. The relationship between USMLE Step 1 scores, annual ITE scores, & attending evaluations on the ABIM certifying examination  SGIM National Meeting. Denver Co, April 2013. (Oral Presentation)

  54. Kharofa R, Meurer J, Nelson D. “Perceptions about Eating Healthy in WIC Participants.” Clinical Pediatrics. Epub ahead of print on March 25, 2013.

  55. Gilligan M, Muntz M, Hulbert K, Koch P, Kuester J, Kharofa (Abdulla) R, Meurer L. "Daily Planning in Clinic with First and Second Year Medical Students" Infographic. 2013. Available as part of MCW's Teaching Toolbox. Accessible at the MCW Teaching Toolbox Website.

  56. Kharofa R, Toth H, Simpson D, Marcdante K. “Teacher Workshop: Precepting Early Medical Students in the PCMH.” Workshop presented at the Downtown Health Center, Department of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. September 12, 2013.

  57.  Kharofa R, Meurer J, Nelson D. “Perceptions about Eating Healthy in WIC Participants.” Poster presented at Department of Family Medicine Research Forum, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI. June 3, 2013.

  58. Morzinski J, Kharofa R, Bernstein R, Damitz B, Toth H, Meurer L, Simpson D. “Students as valued members of your patient care team.” Oral presentation at 44th Family Medicine Annual Winter Refresher Course. Waukesha, WI. February 6, 2014.

  59. Kharofa R, Meurer J. “Pediatric Wellness Action Plans – A Primary Care Initiative Addressing The Obesity Epidemic.” Oral online presentation presented at the 2013 NRSA Grantee Meeting. August 15, 2013.

  60. Rebecca Bernstein, Linda Meurer, Jeffrey Jackson, Ruta Brazauskas “Diabetes and Hypertension Prevalence in the Homeless; A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.” Oral online presentation presented at the 2013 NRSA Grantee Meeting. August 27, 2013.

  61. Muntz M, Mackinnon J, Kuester J, Kay C, & Mitchell J. "Teaching Teachers to Precept Early Medical Students about the PCMH." Workshop presentation at 2013 Midwest SGIM Regional Meeting, Chicago, IL, September 12-13, 2013.

  62. Duthie, EA, EM Drew, & KE Flynn. Patient-provider communication about gestational weight gain among nulliparous women: A qualitative study of the views of obstetricians and first-time pregnant women. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 13:231. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2393-13-231

  63. Nguyen, AL, EA Duthie, EH Duthie, & K Denson. (2013). Positioning medical students for the geriatric imperative: Using geriatrics to effectively teach medicine. Gerontology and Geriatrics Education. 34(4): 342-353. DOI: 10.1080/02701960.2013.809714

  64. Duthie, EA & EM Drew. (November 2013). The Unbearable Lightness of Being Pregnant: Women’s Experiences With Weight-Gain During First Pregnancy. Oral presentation at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

  65. Duthie, EA & AL Nguyen. (November 2013). Policy lessons from interventions to improve school meal nutrition: A literature review. Poster Presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo, Boston, MA.

  66. Duthie, EA & EM Drew. (October 2013). Women’s Experiences With Weight Gain During First Pregnancy. Oral presentation given at Center for Patient Care & Outcomes Research Seminar Series. Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI.

  67. Duthie, EA. (August 2013). Decision-Making by Patients Seeking Care for Fertility Problems. Virtual oral presentation at Health Resources and Services Administration Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Grantee Meeting Series. Virtual.

  68. McCauley MP, Minsky S, Viswanath K. The H1N1 Pandemic: Media Frames, Stigmatization and Coping. BMC Public Health. 2013;13:1116.

  69. McCauley MP, Ramanadhan S & Viswanath K, Project IMPACT: A Network Perspective on Community Leadership, Health Disparities and Public Opinion Change, International Conference on Communication in Healthcare, Montréal, Quebec, 10/2013.

  70. McCauley MP, Project IMPACT: A Network Perspective on Community Leadership, Health Inequalities and Public Opinion Change, NRSA Grantee Meeting on Fellow Research, Rockville, MD (virtual conference), 8/2013.

  71. Ahmad, NY, Farrell, MH  Linguistic Markers of Emotion in Mothers of Sickle Cell Carrier Infants: What are They and What do They Mean? Patient Education and Counseling.

  72. Lam, CA, Eldredge C, Ahmad NY & Kahn CE (2013, December). Feasibility of a generalized informatics framework for cohort identification, hypothesis generation, and retrospective data analysis for radiology research. Educational exhibit presented at Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

  73. Bradford L, Roedl SJ, Christopher SA, Farrell MH.  (2012).  Use of social support during communication about sickle cell carrier status.  Patient Education and Counseling, 88, 203-208.

  74. Bradford L, Eldredge CE, Morzinski JA.  Training community-engaged researchers. Acad. Med. 2013; Feb; 88(2):154.  PMID: 23361025

  75. Bradford L, Peterson J, Gattoni A.  (Under Review).  Embarrassment in health care:  Implications for providers.  Qualitative Communication Research.

  76. Bradford L, Peterson JL,  Becker K. (2012). The role of embarrassment on college student care-seeking decisions. Medical Encounter, 26(3), p. TBA.

  77. Bradford L, Peterson J, & Becker K. (Under Review). Embarrassment and health care-seeking decisions of College Students. Patient Education and Counseling.

  78. †Angove R, §Siddique H, Farrell MH, & Bradford L. (2012). Implications for improving patient-provider communication with LGBT patients. Medical Encounter, 25(3), p. TBA.

  79. Bradford L, Eldredge CE, Morzinski, JA.  Training community-engaged researchers. Acad. Med. 2013; Feb; 88(2):154.  PMID: 23361025 [PubMed - in process]

  80. Kharofa RYA, Meurer JR, Nelson DA. Perceptions About Eating Healthy in WIC Participants. Accepted for publication during 2013 in Clinical Pediatrics

  81. Carlisle R, Tsang J, Ahmad NY, Worthington E, Van Oyen Witvliet C, Wade N.  (2012). The differential effects of restitution and apology on behavioral and self-reported forgiveness. Journal of Positive Psychology, 7(4), 294-305.

  82. Christopher SA, Ahmad NY, Bradford L, Collins JL, Eskra K, Kirschner AL, O’Tool F O, Roedl SJ, Farrell MH. (2012). A method to assess the organizing behaviors used in physicians’ counseling of standardized parents after newborn genetic screening. Communication & Medicine, 9(2), 101-111.

  83. Ahmad NY, Holloway R. A short-term perspective-taking intervention in increase student empathy.  Poster presented at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, Baltimore, MD. May 2013

  84. Ahmad NY, Farrell MH Linguistic markers of self- and other-focus as predictors of maternal care-giving practices. Poster presented at the 14th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. New Orleans, LA. January 2013

  85. Morzinski J, Klehm D, Bernstein R, Simpson D. Infographics Build Preceptor Skills to Teach Early Clinical Learners. Round table discussion at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, Baltimore, MD. May 2013

  86. Bernstein R, Meurer L. Assessing the needs of Patients at an Urban Free Clinic for the Homeless. Poster presented at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, Baltimore, MD. May 2013

  87. Marriott LK, Nelson DA, Allen S, Calhoun K, Eldredge CE, et al. Using health information technology to engage communities in health, education, and research. Sci. Transl. Med. (2012) 4, 119mr1.

  88. Eldredge CE, Schellhase K. School-Based Management of Food Allergies in Children.  Am Fam Physician. 2012 Jul 1;86(1):16-18. 

  89. Marriott LK, Nelson DA, Allen S, Allen S. Calhoun K, Eldredge CE, Kimminau, KS, Lucero R J, Pineda-Reyes F, Rumala BB, Varanasi A P, Wasser J S, Shannon J.  Using health information technology to engage communities in health, education, and research. Science translational medicine. Feb 1 2012;4(119):119mr111. PMID:  22301550

  90. Kay C, Frank M, Jackson J. The relationship between USMLE Step 1 scores, annual medicine in-service examinations, attending ratings and performance on the ABIM certifying examination. Poster to be presented at Society of General Internal Medicine, National Meeting, Denver, CO, April 2013.

  91. Kay C, Frank M, Jackson J. Attending and Intern Evaluations of Residents. Oral presentation to be presented at Society of General Internal Medicine, National Meeting, Denver, CO, April 2013. 

  92. Kay C, Frank M, Jackson J. (2013) The relationship between Internal Medicine Residency Graduate performance on the ABIM certifying examination, yearly in-service examinations and attending evaluations. Submitted to JGIM.

  93. Takahashi D, Pfeifer K, Kay C, Deyo A, Taneja A, Patel J. “Advancing Bedside Procedure Education with a Simulator-Based Workshop.” American College of Physician, State Meeting, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, September 2012.

  94. Takahashi D, Pfeifer K, Kay C, Deyo A, Taneja A, Patel J. “Advancing Bedside Procedure Education with a Simulator-Based Workshop,” 2012 SGIM Regional Meeting, Chicago, IL, 9/2012.

  95. Eldredge CE, Schellhase K. School-Based Management of Food Allergies in Children.  Am Fam Physician. 2012 Jul 1;86(1):16-18

  96. McCauley MP, Minsky S, Viswanath K. The H1N1 Pandemic: Media Frames, Stigmatization and Coping. 2013, 13: 1116 BMC Public Health. doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-1116

  97. Vallone DM, Allen JA, Cantrell J, McCauley MP, Nagler RH, Viswanath K. Part IV. Chapter 9: Communications, Marketing and TRHD. In A Socio-Ecological Approach to Addressing Tobacco Related Health Disparities, a National Cancer Institute Tobacco Control Monograph. (In press)

  98. •Viswanath K, Nagler RH, Bigman-Galimore CA, McCauley MP, Jung M, Ramanadhan S. The communications revolution and health inequalities in the 21st century: implications for cancer control. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2012 Oct; 21(10):1701-8

  99. McCauley MP, Blake KD, Meissner HI, Viswanath K The social group influences of US health journalists and their impact on the news making process. Health Educ Res 2013 Apr; 28(2):339-51

  100. Nguyen AL, Duthie EA, Duthie EH, Denson K. “Positioning medical students for the geriatric imperative: Using geriatrics to effectively teach medicine.” Gerontology and Geriatrics Education. In Press 2013

  101. Duthie, EA,  Drew EM. (November 2013). The Unbearable Lightness of Being Pregnant: Women’s Experiences With Weight-Gain During First Pregnancy. Accepted for oral presentation at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

  102. Duthie, EA, Nguyen AL. (November 2013). Policy lessons from interventions to improve school meal nutrition: A literature review. Accepted for poster presentation at the annual American Public Health Association meeting and expo, Boston, MA.

  103. Jackson J, Kay C. “Heartsink Hotel, or “Oh No, Look Who’s on My Schedule this Afternoon!” 2013 J Gen Intern Med

  104. McCauley M, Bigman CA, Nagler R, Kontos EZ, Lora V, Minsky S, Ramanadhan S, Kawachi I, Puleo E, Sorensen G, Williams DR, Viswanath K. Project IMPACT: Promoting Health Equity Through Multilevel Community Engagement. Poster presentation at the Centers for Population Health and Health Disparities annual meeting, Boston, MA, 5/2013

  105. McCauley MP, Ramanadhan S, Viswanath K. Project IMPACT: A Social and Personal Network Perspective on Community Leadership, Health Disparities and Public Agenda Change. Poster presentation at the Centers for Population Health and Health Disparities annual meeting, Boston, MA, 5/2013

  106. Bradford L, Roedl S J, Christopher S A, & Farrell M H.  (2012).  Use of social support during communication about sickle cell carrier status.  Patient Education and Counseling, 88, 203-208.

  107. Bradford L, Eldredge CE, Morzinski JA.  Training community-engaged researchers. Acad. Med. 2013; Feb; 88(2):154.  PMID: 23361025

  108. Bradford L, Peterson J, & Gattoni A.  (Under Review).  Embarrassment in health care:  Implications for providers.  Qualitative Communication Research.

  109. Bradford L, Peterson J L,  Becker K. (2012). The role of embarrassment on college student care-seeking decisions. Medical Encounter, 26(3), p. TBA.

  110. Bradford L, Peterson J, & Becker K. (Under Review). Embarrassment and health care-seeking decisions of College Students. Patient Education and Counseling.

  111. †Angove R, §Siddique H, Farrell MH, & Bradford L. (2012). Implications for improving patient-provider communication with LGBT patients. Medical Encounter, 25(3), p. TBA.

  112. Bradford L, Eldredge CE, Morzinski, JA.  Training community-engaged researchers. Acad. Med. 2013; Feb; 88(2):154.  PMID: 23361025 [PubMed - in process]

  113. Kharofa RYA, Meurer JR, Nelson DA. Perceptions About Eating Healthy in WIC Participants. Accepted for publication during 2013 in Clinical Pediatrics

  114. Carlisle R, Tsang J, Ahmad NY, Worthington E, Van Oyen Witvliet C, Wade N.  (2012). The differential effects of restitution and apology on behavioral and self-reported forgiveness. Journal of Positive Psychology, 7(4), 294-305.

  115. Christopher S A, Ahmad N Y, Bradford L, Collins J L, Eskra K, Kirschner A L, O’Tool F O, Roedl S J & Farrell M H. (2012). A method to assess the organizing behaviors used in physicians’ counseling of standardized parents after newborn genetic screening. Communication & Medicine, 9(2), 101-111.

  116. Ahmad NY, Holloway R. A short-term perspective-taking intervention in increase student empathy.  Poster to be presented at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, Baltimore, MD. May 2013

  117. Ahmad NY, Farrell M. H. Linguistic markers of self- and other-focus as predictors of maternal care-giving practices. Poster presented at the 14th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. New Orleans, LA. January 2013

  118. Morzinski J, Klehm D, Bernstein R, Simpson D. Infographics Build Preceptor Skills to Teach Early Clinical Learners. Round table discussion at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, Baltimore, MD. May 2013

  119. Bernstein R, Meurer L. Assessing the needs of Patients at an Urban Free Clinic for the Homeless. Poster presented at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, Baltimore, MD. May 2013

  120. Marriott LK, Nelson DA, Allen S, Calhoun K, Eldredge CE, et al. Using health information technology to engage communities in health, education, and research. Sci. Transl. Med. (2012) 4, 119mr1.

  121. Eldredge CE, Schellhase K. School-Based Management of Food Allergies in Children.  Am Fam Physician. 2012 Jul 1;86(1):16-18. 

  122. Marriott LK, Nelson DA, Allen S, Allen S. Calhoun K, Eldredge CE, Kimminau, KS, Lucero R J, Pineda-Reyes, F. Rumala, B. B. Varanasi, A. P. Wasser, J. S. Shannon, J.  Using health information technology to engage communities in health, education, and research. Science translational medicine. Feb 1 2012;4(119):119mr111. PMID:  22301550

  123. Kay C, Frank M, Jackson J. The relationship between USMLE Step 1 scores, annual medicine in-service examinations, attending ratings and performance on the ABIM certifying examination. Poster to be presented at Society of General Internal Medicine, National Meeting, Denver, CO, April 2013.

  124. Kay C, Frank M, Jackson J. Attending and Intern Evaluations of Residents. Oral presentation to be presented at Society of General Internal Medicine, National Meeting, Denver, CO, April 2013. 

  125. Kay C, Frank M, Jackson J. (2013) The relationship between Internal Medicine Residency Graduate performance on the ABIM certifying examination, yearly in-service examinations and attending evaluations. Submitted to JGIM.

  126. Takahashi D, Pfeifer K, Kay C, Deyo A, Taneja A, & Patel J. “Advancing Bedside Procedure Education with a Simulator-Based Workshop.” American College of Physician, State Meeting, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, September 2012.

  127. Takahashi D, Pfeifer K, Kay C, Deyo A, Taneja A, & Patel J. “Advancing Bedside Procedure Education with a Simulator-Based Workshop,” 2012 SGIM Regional Meeting, Chicago, IL, 9/2012.

  128. McCauley MP, Ramanadhan S, Nagler RH, Bigman-Gallimore CA, Lora V, Puleo E, Minsky S, Muneton J, Ramamurthi D. Project IMPACT: Using CBPR to Influence the Public Agenda on Health. A manuscript proposal for submission to the American Journal of Public Health.

  129. McCauley MP, Ramanadhan S, Viswanath K. Project IMPACT: A Social Network Perspective on Community Leadership, Health Disparities and Public Agenda Change. A manuscript proposal for submission to Social Science & Medicine.

  130. McCauley MP, Minsky S, Viswanath K. The H1N1 Pandemic: Media Frames, Stigmatization and Coping. Now under editorial review at BMC Public Health.

  131. Vallone DM, Allen JA, Cantrell J, McCauley MP, Nagler RH, Viswanath K. Part IV. Chapter 9: Communications, Marketing and TRHD. In A Socio-Ecological Approach to Addressing Tobacco Related Health Disparities, a National Cancer Institute Tobacco Control Monograph. (In press)

  132. Viswanath K, Nagler RH, Bigman-Galimore CA, McCauley MP, Jung M, Ramanadhan S. The communications revolution and health inequalities in the 21st century: implications for cancer control. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2012 Oct; 21(10):1701-8

  133. McCauley MP, Blake KD, Meissner HI, Viswanath K The social group influences of US health journalists and their impact on the newsmaking process. Health Educ Res 2013 Apr; 28(2):339-51

  134. Ahmed S, Nelson DA, Sandy M, Opel S, Franco ZE Community Engagement for Translational Disaster Research:  Fostering Public, Private & Responder Group Partnerships. Intern Conf on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ICISCRAM) (in press).

  135. Hayes AJ, Franco ZE, Lancaster J, Kissack A. Disaster Medical Education & Simulated Crisis Events: A Translational Approach. ICISCRAM (in press).

  136. Beyer KMM, Tiwari C and Rushton G.  2012.  Five essential properties of disease maps.  Annals Assoc of Amer Geographers (2012) 1-9.

  137. Marriott LK, Nelson DA, Allen S, Calhoun K, Eldredge CE, et al. Using health information technology to engage communities in health, education, and research. Sci. Transl. Med. (2012) 4, 119mr1.

  138. Beyer KMM, Comstock S, Seagren R, Rushton G. Explaining Place-Based Colorectal Cancer Health Disparities: evidence from a rural context.  Soc Sci and Medicine 2001; 72(3): 373-382 (published online October 2010).

  139. Beyer KMM, Saftlas AF, Wallis AB, et al. Probabilistic Sampling Method (PSM) for estimating geographic distance to health services when only the region of residence is known.  Intern J Health Geographics, 2011.

  140. Peek-Asa C, Wallis AB, Harland K, Beyer KMM, Dickey P, and Saftlas A. Rural Disparity in Domestic Violence Prevalence and Access to Resources. J Women’s Health 2011: 20(11).

  141. Fracasso CL, Franco ZE, MacDonald D, Friedman H. Measuring the transpersonal: The research and mentoring contributions of Harris Friedman. NeuroQuantology (2011), 9(3), 499-514.

  142. Kahn CE, Jr, Kalpathy-Cramer J, Lam CA, Eldredge CE. Accurate Determination of Imaging Modality using an Ensemble of Text-and Image-Based Classifiers. J Digit Imaging, 2011.

  143. Franco, ZE, Blau, K. & Zimbardo, P.E. Heroism: A conceptual analysis and differentiation between heroic action & altruism, Review of General Psychology (2011) 15, 99-113.

  144. Hinojosa, MS, Nelson, DA, Hinojosa, R, Delgado, A, Witzack, B, Gonzalez, M, Elliott, W, Steiner, J, Fontanez, M, Farias, R. 2011. “Using Fotonovelas to Promote Healthy Eating in a Latino Community.” American Journal of Public Health. 101(2).

  145. Beyer KMM, Saftlas AF, Wallis AB, Peek-Asa C, and Rushton G.  2010.  A Probabilistic Sampling Method (PSM) for estimating geographic distance to health services when only the region of residence is known.  International Journal of Health Geographics (in press).

  146. Beyer KMM, Comstock S, Seagren R and Rushton G. 2010.  Explaining Place-Based Colorectal Cancer Health Disparities: evidence from a rural context.  Social Science and Medicine (in press).

  147. Beyer KMM. 2010. Geography of Disease, Encyclopedia of Geography, ed. Barney Warf. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

  148. Franco, Z. E., Blau, K. & Zimbardo, P.E. Heroism: A conceptual analysis and differentiation between heroic action & altruism, Review of General Psychology (in press).

  149. Cogbill E, Dinson K, Duthie E. Chapter 13: Considerations in Prescribing Medication to the Elderly. Case-Based Geriatrics – A Global Approach. McGraw Hill fall 2010. Editor-in-chief: Victor A. Hirth, MD, MPH

  150. Dempsey RL, Young CC.  Hypothermia and Frostbite.  In: The Five-Minute Sports Medicine Consult, 2ndEditionMD Bracker (ed.), Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, in press.

  151. Rittman M, Boylstein C, Hinojosa R, Hinojosa, MS, Haun J. 2010. “Transition Experiences of Stroke Survivors Following Discharge Home.” In Afaf Ibrahim Meleis (Ed.), Transitions Theory: Middle-Range and Situation-Specific Theories in Nursing Research and Practice. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.

  152. Hinojosa, MS, Hinojosa, R., Nelson, DA, Delgado, A., Witzack, B., Gonzalez, M., Farias, R., Meurer, L., Ahmed, S. 2010. “Salud de la Mujer: Using Fotonovelas to Increase Health Literacy Among Latinos.” Progress in Community Health Partnerships 4(1):25-30.

  153. Hinojosa, R, Hinojosa, MS, Nelson, K, Nelson, DA. 2010. “Veteran Family Reintegration and Primary Care Needs.” Journal of the American Board of Family Physicians. 23(6): 770-774.

  154. Hinojosa, R, Haun, J, Hinojosa, MS, Rittman, MR. In Press “Social Isolation Post Stroke: Relationship between race/ethnicity, depression, and functional independence.”Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation.

  155. Hinojosa, MS, Knapp, C, Madden, V, Huang, I C, Sloyer, P, Shenkman, E. Forthcoming. “Caring for Children with Life-Threatening Illnesses: Impact on White, African American, and Latino Families.” Journal of Pediatric Nursing.

  156. Hinojosa, MS, Rittman, MR, and Hinojosa, R, Rodriguez, W. 2009. “Racial/Ethnic Variation in Recovery from Stroke: The Role of Caregivers.” Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development 46(2); 223-232.

  157. Perrin, P, Heesacker, M, Hinojosa, MS, Uthe, CE, Rittman, MR. 2009. “Identifying At-Risk, Ethnically Diverse Stroke Caregivers for Psychotherapy: A Longitudinal Study of Mental Health” Rehabilitation Psychology 54(2); 138-149.

  158. Hinojosa, MS, Rittman, MR., Hinojosa, R. 2009. “Informal Caregivers and Racial/Ethnic Variation in Health Services Use of Stroke Survivors” Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development 46(2); 233-242.

  159. Rittman, M. and Hinojosa, MS. 2009. “Subjective Sleep, Burden, Depression, and General Health Among Caregivers of Veterans Post-Stroke.” Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 41(1); 39-53.

  160. Greydanus DE, Sison AC, Guilonard KW. “Homosexual attraction and sexual behavior in adolescents.” In: Greydanus DE, Patel DR, Pratt HD, Calles J. Behavioral Pediatrics, 3rd ed. New York, NY: Nova Science, 2009.

  161. Patel DR, Guilonard KW, Pratt H. “Behavioral Aspects of Chronic Illness.” In: Greydanus DE, Patel DR, Pratt HD, Calles J. Behavioral Pediatrics, 3rd ed. New York, NY: Nova Science, 2009.

  162. Hinojosa MS and Moras AB. “Challenging Colorblind Education: A Descriptive Analysis of Teacher Racial Attitudes”. Research and Practice in Social Sciences 2009; 4(2):27-45.

  163. Patel DR, Guilonard KW. “Physical disabilities and chronic disease.” In: Greydanus DE, Patel DR, Pratt HD, Calles J.  Behavioral Pediatrics, 3rded. New York, NY: Nova Science, 2009.

  164. Hinojosa, MS, Zsembik, B., Rittman, MR. 2009. “Patterns of Informal Care Among Puerto Rican, African American, and White Stroke Survivors” Ethnicity and Health 14(5): 1-16.

  165. Hinojosa, MS, Rittman, MR. 2009. “Association Between Health Education Needs and Stroke Caregiver Injury.”  Journal of Aging and Health 21(7):1040-1058.

  166. Schapiro, J., Hinojosa, MS. 2009. “Food Insecurity on Three Dollars a Day.” Academic Medicine 84(11): 1526.

  167. Weisgerber MC. Danduran M, Meurer J, Hartmann K, Berger S, Flores G. Evaluation of Cooper 12-Minute Walk/Run Test as a Marker of Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Young Urban Children With Persistent Asthma. Clin J Sport Med, 2009;19(4): 300-305.

  168. Millea, P. J. N-Acetylcysteine. American Family Physician 2009;80(3):265-269

  169. Stoner, KM., First author for 5 chapters: “Substance Abuse,” “Eating Disorders,” “Depression,” “Schizophrenia” and “Anxiety Disorders.” In Kochar’s Clinical Medicine for Students 5th Edition, D. Torrey, Ed, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkens, 2008.

  170. Puymbroeck MV, Hinojosa MS, and Rittman MR. “Influence of Sense of Coherence on Caregiver Burden and Depressive Symptoms at 12 Months Poststroke”. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 2008, 15(3): 272-282.

  171. Hinojosa R, Boylstein C, Rittman M, Hinojosa MS, Faircloth CA. “Constructions of Continuity after Stroke.” Symbolic Interaction 2008, 31(2):205-224.

  172. Havas N. “Facing the Truth” with commentary. American Family Physician 2008, 77(2): 140.

  173. Hinojosa MS“Black-White Differences in School Suspension: Effect of Student Beliefs About Teachers.” Sociological Spectrum 2008, 28:175-193.

  174. Haun J, Rittman M, and Hinojosa MS. “The continuum of connectedness and social isolation during post stroke recovery.” Journal of Aging Studies 22 2008, 54-64.

  175. DeMattia L. and Denney SH. Childhood Obesity Prevention: Successful Community-Based Efforts. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 2008; 615 (1); 83-99.

  176. Jordan J, Halm J, et al. Benefits of Initiating a Hospitalist PICC Program - Experience from an Academic Community Medical Center. Journal Of Hospital Medicine 3(1):62, 2008.

  177. Weisgerber MC, Webber K, Meurer J, Danduran M, Berger S, Flores G. Moderate and Vigorous Exercise Programs in Children with Asthma. Pediatric Pulmonology, 2008;43(12):1175-82.

  178. Sims M, Sims T, Bruce MA. Community Income, Smoking and Birth Weight Disparities in Wisconsin. 2007 In press.

  179. Sims M, Sims T, Bruce M. Urban Poverty and Infant Mortality Rate Disparities Journal of the National Medical Association. 2007; 99(4)349-356.

  180. Ried LD, Cameon R, Jia H, Findley K, Hinojosa MS, Wang X, and Tueth MJ. “Identifying veterans with acute strokes with high-specificity ICD-9 algorithm with VA automated records and Medicare claims data: A more complete picture”. Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development 2007 44(5): 665-674.

  181. Hinojosa MS and Rittman MR. “Stroke caregiver information needs: Comparison of Mainland and Puerto Rican caregivers.” Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development 2007, 44(5): 649-658.

  182. Chumbler NR, Kobb R, Larris L, Richardson LC, Darkins A, Hinojosa MS, Dixit N, Ryan P, Donaldson M, and Kreps GL. “Healthcare Utilization Among Veterans Undergoing Chemotherapy”. Journal of Ambulatory Care Mange 2007, 30(4): 308-317.

  183. Rittman M, Boylstein C, Hinojosa R, Hinojosa MS, and Haun J. “Transition Experiences of Stroke Survivors Following Discharge Home”. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 2007; 21-31.

  184. Wynia MK,Wells AL. “Light from the Flames of Hell: Remembrance and Lessons of the Holocaust for Today’s Medical Profession”. IMAJ 2007; 9 186-188.

  185. Al-Shawwa BA. Al-Huniti NH. DeMattia L. Gershan W. Asthma and insulin resistance in morbidly obese children and adolescents. Journal of Asthma. 44(6):469-73, 2007 Jul-Aug.

  186. Riess ML, Halm JK. Lead poisoning in an adult: lead mobilization by pregnancy? J Gen Intern Med. 2007 Aug;22(8):1212-5. Epub 2007 Jun 12.

  187. Pingul M. Shah L. Denton S. Walenz E. Weisgerber M, Conley S. Li ST. Hollander MC. Index of suspicion:  An infant with a neck mass. Pediatrics in Review. 28(7):269-75, 2007 Jul.

  188. DeMattia L, Lemont L, Meurer LN Do Interventions to limit sedentary behaviors change behavior and reduce childhood obesity? A critical review of the literature. Obesity Reviews 2007 8 (1), 69–81.

  189. Weisgerber M, Flores G. Pomeranz A. Greenbaum L. Hurlbut P. Bragg D. Student competence in fluid and electrolyte management: the impact of various teaching methods. [Research Support, U.S. Gov't, P.H.S.]Ambulatory Pediatrics. 7(3):220-5, 2007 May-Jun.

  190. Sims M, Sims T, Bruce MA. Urban poverty and infant mortality rate disparities. J Natl Med Assoc. 2007 Apr;99 (4):349-56.

  191. Havas N, Essentials of Family Medicine, 5thedition; Chapter 36 Review Questions; Arthritis and Rheumatology; May 2007.

  192. Ivanovic BN, Life & Health Technical Publishing, Pandemic influenza, A 21st century model for mortality shocks, Swiss Re 2007

  193. Ivanovic BN, In collaboration with Citigroup, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Swiss Re, Wharton School Risk Center, Zurich Financial Services. Global Risks 2008: A Global Risk Network Report, World Economic Forum 2007, (Contributed technical review and editing related to global infectious and chronic disease burden.)

  194. Walker T, Petkova J, Morzinski J, PhD. Review of Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When the Stakes Are High (Authors: Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan, Al Switzler). Book Review; Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Messenger (international newsletter), October, 2007.

  195. Stoner, K.M. Assuaging the Unexplainable Journal of General Internal Medicine 2006:21(supplement 4).

  196. Joshi K, Guthmann R, Kishman C, Havas N. Clinical Inquiries. How do we decide when a patient with nonmalignant disease is eligible for hospice care? J Fam Pract. 2006 Jun;55(6):525, 529.

  197. Havas N. Labor. Fam Med. 2006 Jun;38(6):435.

  198. Simpson D, Helm R, Drewniak T, Ziebert M, Brown D, Mitchell J, Havas N, Denson K, Gehl S, Kerwin K, St. Bragg D, Denson S, Gleason, Heffron M, Harsch H, Duthie, Jr., E. Objective Structured Video Examination (OSVEs) for Teaching and Assessing Geriatrics. Journal of Gerontology & Geriatric Education 2006; 26(4).

  199. Bhargava S, Jamieson B. What are the most common causes of hip pain in preschool age children? J Fam Pract. 2006;

  200. Bhargava S, Meurer LN, Jamieson B, Hunter-Smith D. The Management of Iron Deficiency in Young Children. J Fam Pract 2006; 55(7):629-30.

  201. Skelton JA, DeMattia L, Miller L, Oliver M. “Obesity and Its Therapy: From Genes to Community Action”. Pediatric Clinics of North America 53 (2006) 777-794.

  202. Rohloff R, Frea AG, Busey SL, Dempsey RL, Young CC.  Parent Values for Coaching Practices and Discipline in Youth Sports.  Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38(5S):S277, 2006.

  203. Griffin G.H., Flynn C.A., Bailey R.E., Schultz J. K. Antihistamines and/or decongestants for otitis media with effusion (OME) in children. (Cochrane Review). In: The Cochrane Library, Issue 3, 2006. Oxford: Update Software. (update in progress).

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First Ten Years – 1996 – 2005

  1. Millea PJ. Acupuncture treatment of compression neuropathy of the radial nerve: a single case report of "Saturday Night Palsy". J Altern Complement Med. 2005 Feb;11(1):167-9.

  2. Sims T, Sims M. “Tobacco Use among Adolescents in Wisconsin Medicaid Managed Care” Wisconsin Medical Journal. 2005;104(7):40-45.

  3. Pinkham A, Ivanovic BN, Cumming M. the 2003 Swiss Re Blood Pressure Study, North American Actuarial Journal, 2005, 9(2):1-16.

  4. McCue TJ, Guse CE, Dempsey RL. Upper extremity pain seen with fly-casting technique: a survey of fly-casting instructors. Wilderness Environ Med. 2004 Winter;15(4):267-73.

  5. Sims T, Meurer JR, Sims M, and Layde PM. “Factors Associated with Physician Interventions to Address Adolescent Smoking.” Health Services Research 2004; 39(3): 571-585.

  6. O’Connor J, Editor. Proceedings from the 2004 Wisconsin Primary Care Research Forum, Wisconsin Medical Journal, 103, (7) 2004.

  7. McCue TJ, Guse CE, Dempsey RL. Upper Extremity Pain Seen With Fly-Casting Technique: A Survey of Fly-Casting Instructors. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, 15(4):267–273, 2004.

  8. Young CC, Morris GA, Dempsey RL, Virulhsri P, Ribar MA, Gammons MR, Rodriguez JM, Niedfeldt MW. The reproducibility of computerized heart rate monitoring as control for running studies (Abstract). Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 36(5S):S26, 2004.

  9. Ivanovic B. Preparation of mortality abstracts. J of Insured Med, 2004, 36(2), 115-18.

  10. Ivanovic B. Relationship between treated hypertension and subsequent mortality in an insured population. 2004, 36(1), 16-26.

  11. Smucny J., Flynn CA, Becker L.A., Glazier R. Beta 2-agonists for acute bronchitis (updated Cochrane Review). In: The Cochrane Library, Issue 1, 2004. Oxford: Update Software

  12. Sims, T. Using Pharmacotherapy to Treat Tobacco Dependence in Primary Care Settings. Primary Care Reports. 2004;10(7):75-86.

  13. Millea PJ. Ethical issues in research in complementary and alternative medicine. JAMA. 2004 May 12;291(18):2193; author reply 2193-4.

  14. Farmer C. Fast Facts and Concepts#81 Hiccups. January 2003. End-of-Life Physician Education Resource Center.

  15. Weissman DE, Himelstein B, Montagnini B, Blust L. and Farmer C. Palliative care fellowship fellow, faculty and program evaluation material.

  16. Weisgerber MC, Guill M, Weisgerber JM, Butler H. Benefits of Swimming in Asthma: Effect of a Session of Swimming Lessons on Symptoms and PFTs with Review of the Literature, Journal of Asthma 2003; 40 (5):453-464.

  17. O’Connor J, Meurer LN. Should patients with coronary disease and high homocysteine take folic acid? POEMs, Journal of Family Practice 2003; 52(1):16-18.

  18. Millea PJ. Echinacea for the common cold. Ann Intern Med. 2003 Oct 7;139(7):601; author reply 601.

  19. Hoch AZ, Dempsey RL, Guillermo F, Carrera MD, Wilson CF, Barnabei MD, Garman A, Staton M, Sanford PD, Chen E, Ryan T, Gutterman D. Is there an association between athletic amenorrhea and endothelial cardiovascular dysfunction? Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 35(3):377-83, 2003.

  20. Millea PJ, Brodie JJ. Tension-type headache. Am Fam Physician. 2002 Sep 1;66(5):797-804.

  21. O'Connor J, Meurer LN, Slawson J. B-type natriuretic peptide aids accurate diagnosis of congestive heart failure. Journal of Family Practice. 2002; 51(10): 816.

  22. Sims T.“Secondhand Smoke and your Child” UMOJA: African American News for Madison, 2002.

  23. Sims T, Fiore M. “Pharmacotherapy for Treating Tobacco Dependence: What is the Ideal Duration of Therapy?” CNS Drugs. 2002; 16(10):653-662.

  24. Sims M, Rainge Y. Urban poverty and infant-health disparities among African Americans and whites in Milwaukee. J Natl Med Assoc. 2002 Jun;94(6):472-9.

  25. Sims T, Sims M. “Tobacco Use Among Adolescents Enrolled in Medicaid Managed Care: Dispelling some Myths” (abstract); proceedings of the Addressing Tobacco in Managed Care Fifth Annual Conference, Long Beach, CA (2002).

  26. Reynolds NC, Montgomery R. Using The Argonne Diet In Jet Lag Prevention: Deployment of troops across nine time zones. Military medicine, 2002;167 (6):451-453.

  27. Demspey RL, Mazzone MF, Meurer LN. Does oral creatine supplementation improve strength? A meta-analysis. Journal of Family Practice, 2002; 51(11):945-951.

  28. Hoch AZ, Wiger KM, McDowell NM, Dempsey RL, Young CC. Prevalence of female athlete triad characteristics in a club triathlon team. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, May 2002.

  29. Smucny J., Flynn CA, Becker L.A., and Glazier R. Beta 2-agonists for acute bronchitis (Cochrane Review). In: The Cochrane Library, Issue 1, 2001. Oxford: Update Software.

  30. Smucny JJ. Flynn CA. Becker LA. Glazier RH. Are beta2-agonists effective treatment for acute bronchitis or acute cough in patients without underlying pulmonary disease? A systematic review. Journal of Family Practice. 2001; 50(11):945-51.

  31. O’Connor J,Meurer LN. What is the diagnostic yield of a standardized clinical evaluation of patients presenting to the emergency department with Syncope? Journal of Family Practice, 2001; 50(12) p. 1020.

  32. Flynn CA. Griffin G. Tudiver F. Decongestants and antihistamines for acute otitis media in children. [Review] [58 refs] Cochrane Database Syst Rev. (2): 2001;CD001727.

  33. Flynn CA. The evaluation and treatment of adults with gastroesophageal reflux disease. [Review] [54 refs] Journal of Family Practice. 2001;50(1): 57-8, 61-3.

  34. Zeni A, Dempsey R, Chen E, Carrera G, Wilson C, Garman A, Ryan T, Barnabei V, Young C, Sanford P, Seabrook G, Gutterman D. Is there an association between athletic amenorrhea and early cardiovascular disease? Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 2001; 33(5S): S308.

  35. Dempsey RL, Young CC. Hypothermia and Frostbite. In: The Five-Minute Sports Medicine Consult, MD Bracker (ed.), Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2001.

  36. O'Connor J, Meurer LN. A standardized clinical evaluation of syncope in the emergency room setting. Journal of Family Practice, 2001.

  37. Sims T, Meurer J, Sims M and Layde P. “Tobacco Use in Children and Adolescents: Are Primary Care Physicians Intervening?” (abstract); proceedings of the Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD (2001).

  38. Niverthi M, Ivanovic B. Body mass index and mortality in an insured population. J Insured Med, 2001, 33(4), 321-8.

  39. Dempsey RL, Layde PM, Laud PW, Guse CE, Hargarten SW. Incidence of Sports-and Recreation-Related Injuries Resulting in Hospitalization in Wisconsin in 2000. Injury Prevention 2005; 11:91-96.

  40. Zeni AI, Street C, Dempsey RL, Statton M. Stress Injury to Bone Among Women Athletes. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America. 2000; 11(4): 929-94.

  41. Flynn CA. Barash A. Do African American asthmatics perceive and describe their asthma symptoms differently than white asthmatics? Journal of Family Practice. 2000; 49(8):688, 759.

  42. Flynn CA. How accurate are rapid polymerase chain reaction tests in detecting group B streptococcus colonization in pregnant women? Journal of Family Practice. 2000; 49(10):948.

  43. Ebell MH. Flewelling D. Flynn CA. A systematic review of troponin T and I for diagnosing acute myocardial infarction. Journal of Family Practice. 2000; 49(6):550-6.

  44. Dempsey RL, Zeni AI, Niedfeldt MW, Everts GA, Young CC. Confusion in a High School Football Player. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 2000 32(5S): S76.

  45. Montgomery R, Meurer LN, Holloway RL. Family Medicine Funding [letter]. Family Medicine 2000; 32(5):299-300.

  46. Flynn CA. Ipratropium bromide in acute asthma exacerbation. J Fam Pract. 1999 Oct;48(10):745-6.

  47. Bailey G. Flynn CA. Primary angioplasty or t-PA for the management of acute myocardial infarction? Journal of Family Practice. 1999; 48(8):577-8.

  48. Millea PJ. Holloway RL. Treating fibromyalgia. American Family Physician. 2000; 62(7):1575-82, 1587.

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  50. Flynn CA. Helwig AL. Meurer LN. Bacterial vaginosis in pregnancy and the risk of prematurity: a meta-analysis. Journal of Family Practice. 1999;48(11):885-92.

  51. Hardy KJ. Flynn CA. Calcium channel blockers and cardiovascular complications in hypertensive diabetics. Journal of Family Practice. 1998;46(6):454-5.

  52. Sander RW. Flynn CA. Venous thromboembolism and cancer. Journal of Family Practice. 1998; 47(1):13-4.

  53. Flynn CA. Gastric cancer in younger patients with dyspepsia. Journal of Family Practice. 1998; 46(2):114-5.

  54. Slawson JG. Flynn CA. MDI for acute asthma in children. Journal of Family Practice. 1998;46(1):18-9.

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  56. Flynn CA. Intravaginal misoprostol: a new option for labor induction? Journal of Family Practice. 1997; 44(1): 31.

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