Mission Moment: Event highlights College’s research and scholarly activity
December 7, 2018
Research and scholarly efforts of CCHS faculty, staff, residents, medical students and graduate students were highlighted during the College’s 10th
Annual Research and Scholarly Activity Day.
Twenty-seven poster presentations were displayed at the Nov. 8 event, held at CCHS. Judges were: Dr. Abbey Gregg, assistant professor in the College’s Department of Community Medicine and Population Health; Dr. Pamela Foster, professor in the College’s Department of Community Medicine and Population Health; Dr. Louanne Friend, assistant professor in the College’s Department of Community Medicine and Population Health; and Dr. Michele Montgomery, assistant dean and associate professor in UA’s Capstone College of Nursing.
Winners were named in two categories:
Medical Student and Resident Division
: Dr. Richard Giovane, Dr. Louanne Friend, Mathew Leatherwood, Hui Wang, for Predicting the Need to Order Blood Cultures Using Neuroshell©: A Retrospective Chart Review
: Dr. Russ Guin, Dr. Louanne Friend, Suzanne Henson, RD, for Hiding in Plain Sight: An Innovative Hypertension Identification and Treatment.
: Dr. Cory Luckie, Dr. Jared Ellis, Dr. Cecil Robinson, for Interprofessional ACLS Simulation Retraining to Promote Resident Confidence.
: Dr. Caroline Boxmeyer, Andrea Hayes, Steven Simmons, for Sustained use of Power PATH, an Aligned Parent and Child Social Emotional Learning Program at Pickens County Early Learning Center.
: Dr. Qinglin Hu, Hui Wang, Dr. Gregg Bell, for The Socio-Economic Context of Opioid Abuse in Alabama: A County-Level Analysis.
: Dr. Randi-Henderson-Mitchell, Dr. John C. Higginbotham, Dr. Lea Yerby, Dr. Jason Parton, Dr. Daniel Avery, Dr. Marilyn Whitman, Dr. Shawn Mitchell, for The Rotavirus Vaccine Series Completion and Health Care Utilization in a Medicaid Population.
: Dr. Lea Yerby, Dr. Joy Bradley, for How Communities Change Us: Professional Identity Formation Analysis Utilizing Reflections from a Third-Year Rural and Community Medicine Rotation.
Of the posters, 14 were presented in the Medical Student and Resident Division, and 13 in the Faculty Division.