October 6, 2021
Dr. Louanne Friend, associate professor of community medicine and population health for CCHS, and Dr. Tamer Elsayed, director of the UA Tuscaloosa Family Medicine Residency Program, which is operated by CCHS, received a third year of funding from the American College of Preventive Medicine to continue their research project, “Demonstration Projects for Providers to Reduce Hypertension Among Priority Populations.”
Dr. Alan Blum, director of the UA Center for the Study of Tobacco and Society and the Gerald Leon Wallace, MD, Endowed Chair of Family Medicine for CCHS, authored “Tobacco Control: All Research, No Action,” published in The Lancet.
Dr. Louanne Friend, associate professor of community medicine and population health for CCHS, authored “Power and Conflict,” in D.L. Huber and M.L. Joseph (Eds.), Leadership & Nursing Care Management (7th edition) St. Louis: Elsevier.
Dr. Anne Halli-Tierney, associate professor of family, internal, and rural medicine for CCHS, co-authored “Development of Interprofessional Case Discussion Series from an Interprofessional Geriatrics Clinic and its Influence on Professional Identity Formation,” published in New Directions for Teaching and Learning.
Dr. John C. Higginbotham, professor of community medicine and population health for CCHS and senior associate vice president for UA’s Division for Research and Economic Development, co-authored “Rural/Urban Differences in the Prevalence of Stroke Risk Factors: A Cross-Sectional Analysis from the REGARDS Study,” published in the Journal of Rural Health.
Dr. Robert McKinney, director of the Office for Case Management and Social Services for University Medical Center, which CCHS operates, and Dr. Anne Halli-Tierney, associate professor of family, internal, and rural medicine for CCHS, co-authored “Interprofessional Education: Using Standardized Cases in Face-to-Face and Remote Learning Settings,” in the Handbook of Research on Updating and Innovating Health Professions Education: Post-Pandemic Perspectives.