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  • Presentations
    1. Dzara K, Jenkins WD, DiLalla L. STIs in the university population: confidant choices and motivations for testing. Presented at: American Public Health Association Annual Meeting; October 30, 2011. Washington, D.C.
    2. Jenkins WD, Dzara K, DiLalla L. Health seeking and risky sexual behaviors in university students: discordance an opportunity for intervention. Presented at: American Public Health Association Annual Meeting; November 2, 2011. Washington, D.C.
    3. Jenkins WD, Dzara K, DiLalla L. Chlamydia knowledge and screening attitudes among university students. Presented at: American Public Health Association Annual Meeting; October 30, 2011. Washington, D.C.
    4. Lausen H, Nichols K. AOA strategic plan: a GREAT family. Presented at: Association of Osteopathic Directors and Medical Educators & American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Annual Conference; Apr 2011; Baltimore, MD.
    5. Lausen H. Pearls of precepting session: giving feedback to clinical learners: how to make a sandwich. Presented at: American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians Annual Spring Conference & Scientific Seminars; Mar 2011; San Antonio, TX.
    6. Lausen H. OMT for the patient with lower respiratory tract infection. Presented at: American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians Annual Spring Conference & Scientific Seminars; Mar 2011; San Antonio, TX.
    7. Lausen H. Patient centered medical home & NCQA update. Presented at: Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network 11th Annual CAH Workshop; Oct 2011; Springfield, IL.
    8. LeMaster J, Smith T. Innovative approach on cancer prevention and detection online toolkit training. Presented at: AAHE/AAHPERD Convention, March 29-April 12, 2011.
    9. Smith T, LeMaster J. Translating health literacy concepts into medical student education. Presented at: Institute for Healthcare Advancement; May 5-6, 2011.
    10. Smith T, Verhulst S, Kruse J, Lausen H. Lessons learned from the development of a 4 year longitudinal public health and prevention curriculum. Presented at: Second Annual SIU Symposium; May 2011; Springfield, IL.
    11. Stelle L, DuMontier E, Smith T. Educational outcomes of a free health clinic offered by SIUSOM students. Presented at: Second Annual SIU Symposium; May 2011; Springfield, IL.
    12. Smith T. Medical students educating the public about radon risk. Presented at: Radon in southern Illinois: A Medical Perspective conference; October, 2011; Edwardsville, IL.
    1. Jenkins WD, Rabins C, Barnes M, Agreda P, Gaydos CA. Use of the internet and self-collected samples as a sexually transmissible infection intervention in rural Illinois communities. Sex Health. 2011 Mar;8(1):79-85.
    2. Jenkins WD, Rabins C, Bhattacharya D. Importance of physicians in Chlamydia trachomatis control. Prev Med. 2011 Oct;53(4-5):335-7.
    3. Jenkins WD, Wold B. Use of the internet for the surveillance and prevention of STDs. Microbes Infect. 2011 Dec 16 [Epub ahead of print].
    4. Lausen H, Kruse JE, Barnhart AJ, Smith TJ. The patient-centered medical home: a new perspective for the family medicine clerkship. Fam Med. 2011 Nov-Dec;43(10):718-20.

Carbondale

  • Presentations
    1. Clough RW, Viscomi NS, Niederhoffer EC, Shea SL. The tutor guide: a hidden gem in tutor facilitated, small group, case based learning in a medical school. Presented at: American Association of Anatomists annual meeting; April 2011; Washington, D.C.
    2. Gheyara S, Mathias J, DiLalla LF. Is it all in the genes? Family environment predicts externalizing in preschool twins. Presented at: Behavior Genetics Association; June, 2011; Newport, RI.
    3. Hoffman KS, DiLalla LF. Factors associated with parents’ differential use of discipline: A twin study. Presented at: Presented at: Society for Research in Child Development; March, 2011; Montreal, Canada.
    4. Humphrey J – Presentation: Exercise is Medicine: Physician Prescribed Exercise Regimen, SIU School of Medicine Updates in Primary Care Conference, Wednesday May 24, 2011, John A Logan College, Carterville, IL
    5. Humphrey J - Protect Your Young Athlete, Southern Illinois Health and Life, Winter 2011, SIH publication
    6. Humphrey J. Rheumatology. In: Bope E, ed. Kaplan's Step 2 Qbank. New York, NY: Kaplan; 2011. http://www.kaptest.com/Medical-Licensing/Step2ck/s2ck-qbank.html. Accessed Dec 21, 2011
    7. Humphrey J. Ophthalmology. In: Bope E, ed. Kaplan's Step 2 Qbank. New York, NY: Kaplan; 2011. http://www.kaptest.com/Medical-Licensing/Step2ck/s2ck-qbank.html. Accessed Dec 21, 2011
    8. Long S, DiLalla LF. Gene-environment interactions predict parent-rated delinquency. Presented at: Behavior Genetics Association; June, 2011; Newport, RI.
    9. Mathias JL, Biebl SJW, Gheyara S, Long S, DiLalla LF. Child temperament and parent personality as predictors of internalizing and externalizing symptoms in preschool-aged children. Presented at: Society for Research in Child Development; March, 2011; Montreal, Canada.
    10. Moore-Connelley M, Gulbrandsen E. Multiple approaches to improving quality in a family medicine residency program. Presented at: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Conference on Practice Improvement; December 2011.
    11. Moore-Connelley M, Tippy P. Implementing PCMH in a FMRP using the Adkar model for change. Presented at: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Conference on Practice Improvement; December 2011.
    12. Moore-Connolley M, Smaga S. Enhancing inpatient education through evidence-based clinical inquiries and patient safety reports. Presented at: STFM Annual Spring Meeting; Apr 2011; New Orleans, LA.
    13. Moore-Connelley M. Multiple approaches to improving quality in a residency program. Presented at: Residency Program Solutions Conference; April 2011.
    14. Moore-Connelley M, Gulbrandsen E. ODBC reporting: population management. Presented at: Practice Partner Annual User Group Meeting Conference; October 2011.
    15. Moore-Connelley M. Evidence-Based Medicine Introduction and Point-of-Care resources and Cases. Presented at: SIUSOM CFMRP; June 2011; Carbondale, IL.
    16. Moore-Connelley M. Intern Introduction to Patient Centered Medical Home. Presented at: SIUSOM CFMRP; June 2011; Carbondale, IL.
    17. Moore-Connelley M. Practice Partner Research Network Medication Safety Project. Presented at: SIUSOM CFMRP; May 2011; Carbondale, IL.
    18. Moore-Connelley M. Population Management and Update on Management of Hypertension. Presented at: SIUSOM CFMRP; May 2011; Carbondale, IL.
    19. Moore-Connelley M. Morbidity and Mortality Resident Conference, Sleep Apnea and Post-Operative Complications. Presented at: SIUSOM CFMRP; March 2011; Carbondale, IL.
    20. Moore-Connelley M. Population Management and Update on Mammograms and Bone Densitometry. Presented at: SIUSOM CFMRP; April 2011; Carbondale, IL.
    21. Moore-Connelley M. Population Management and 2011 American Diabetic Association Evidence-Based Medicine Guidelines on Diabetic Management. Presented at: SIUSOM CFMRP; February 2011; Carbondale, IL.
    22. Moore-Connelley M. Population Management and Colon Cancer Screen Updates. Presented at: SIUSOM CFMRP; January 2011; Carbondale, IL.
    23. Rhee S, Boeldt D, Corley R, DiLalla LF, et al. The role of early cognitive ability and positive parenting on antisocial behavior. Presented at: Behavior Genetics Association; June, 2011; Newport, RI.
    24. Shea SL, Gupta R, Hamilton W. But what can I learn from a healthy patient? The “Patti Sullivan” case. Presented at: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine; April 2011; New Orleans, LA.
    25. Shea SL, Hamilton W, Gupta R. But what can I learn from a healthy patient? The “Patti Sullivan” case. Presented at: 2nd annual SIU Symposium in Teaching and Learning; February 2011; Springfield, IL.
    26. Smaga S, Gehl S. Models of geriatric education. Presented at: STFM Annual Spring Meeting; Apr 2011; New Orleans, LA.
    27. Smaga S. Enhancing the geriatric curriculum in one family medicine residency. Presented at: STFM Annual Spring Meeting; Apr 2011; New Orleans, LA.
    28. Smaga S, Naing K. SAM Workshop: Pain management (4 hour workshop). Presented at: Annual Illinois Academy of Family Physicians Meeting; Nov 2011; Oak Brook, IL.
    29. Smaga S. The financial history as part of health systems education for first year medical students. Presented at: STFM Annual Spring Meeting; Apr 2011; New Orleans, LA.
    30. Tippy P, Conry C. Crucial conversations. Presented at: National Institute for Program Director Development, Apr 2011; Kansas City, MO.
    31. Tippy P. RRC update. Presented at: National Institute for Program Director Development, Apr 2011; Kansas City, MO.
    32. Tippy P. How to run a meeting. Presented at: National Institute for Program Director Development, Oct 2011; San Antonio, TX.
  • Publications
    1. Biebl SJ, Dilalla LF, Davis EK, Lynch KA, Shinn SO. Longitudinal associations among peer victimization and physical and mental health problems. J Pediatr Psychol. 2011 Sep;36(8):868-77.
    2. DiLalla LF. Behavioral genetics. In: Oxford Bibliographies Online: Psychology. 2011.
    3. DiLalla LF, Gheyara S. The genetics of criminality and delinquency. In Beaver K, Walsh A, eds. The Ashgate Research Companion to Biosocial Theories of Crime. Surrey, UK: Ashgate Publishing; 2011: 71-92.
    4. Mathias JL, Biebl SJ, Dilalla LF. Self-esteem accuracy and externalizing problems in preschool-aged boys. J Genet Psychol. 2011 Jul-Sep;172(3):285-92.


Decatur

  • Presentations
    1. Willis JS, Lloyd LF, Jenkins WD. Health Care for America: A Grass Roots Campaign. Presented at: Hawaii International Conference on Education; January 2011; Honolulu, HI.
    2. Willis J, Hoy R, Jenkins WD. In-home Medication Reviews: A Novel Approach to Improving Patient Care Through Coordination of Care. Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting; November 12-16, 2011. Banff, Alberta, Canada.
    3. Willis J, Jenkins WD, Kruse J, Bowrey T, Hoy R. Home Visits by Trained Undergraduate Pre-health Professional Students: An Extension of the Principles of the Patient-centered Medical Home. Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting; November 12-16, 2011. Banff, Alberta, Canada.
    4. Hoy R, Willis J, Jenkins WD, Kruse J, Bowery T. Home visits by trained undergraduate pre-health professional students: an extension of the principles of the patient-centered medical home. Presented at: Illinois Council of Health-System Pharmacists Spring Meeting; April 14-16, 2011; St. Charles, MO.
  • Publications
    1. Willis JS, Jenkins WD, Kruse J, Bowrey TS, Hoy RH. Home visits by trained undergraduate pre-health professional students: an extension of the principles of the patient-centered medical home (Letter/Research Study). J Am Geriatr Soc. 2011 Sep;59(9):1756-7.
    2. Willis JS, Hoy RH, Jenkins WD. In-home medication reviews: a novel approach to improving patient care through coordination of care. J Community Health. 2011 Dec;36(6):1027-31.


Springfield

  • Presentations
    1. Mirocha N, Obert B, Jenkins WD. Does educating patients about chlamydia trachomatis infection increase patient self-selectivity for STI screening? Presented at: American Public Health Association Annual Meeting; October 30, 2011. Washington, D.C.
    2. Lopp L. Evaluating student-generated EMR chart note quality: Do our old rubrics still work? Presented at: 2011 AAMC Annual Meeting, Nov 2011; Denver, CO.
    3. Albers J. Abnormal uterine bleeding. Presented at: 6th Annual Illinois Osteopathic Medical Society/ACOFP-IL Primary Care Conference; 2011; Fairview Heights, IL.
    4. Dynda M. The HITECH act and meaningful use of health information technology. Presented at: 6th Annual Illinois Osteopathic Medical Society/ACOFP-IL Primary Care Conference; 2011; Fairview Heights, IL.
    5. Mirocha N, Frueh J. Contraception review. Presented at: Illinois Chapter of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians; Fairview Heights, IL; August 2011.
    6. Snyder L, Wells T. A behaviorist/physician collaboration: a new way to teach behavioral change that incorporates gender difference. Presented at: 32nd Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine; September 2011; Chicago, IL.
  • Publications


Quincy

  • Presentations
    1. Daniels JM, Pontius GM. The volleyball player who couldn’t high five. Presented at: AMSSM 20th Annual Meeting; April 2011; Salt Lake City, UT.
    2. Daniels JM. Office of the future. Presented at: Memorial Medical Center, Springfield, IL, September 16, 2011.
    3. Daniels JM. Heads Up, Doc! Presented at: Blessing Hospital, Quincy, IL, August 10, 2011.
    4. Daniels JM. Heads Up Doc: recent guideline changes in head injury. Presented at: 10th Annual Advances in Arthritis, Arthroplasty and Trauma Course, St. Louis, MO, March 18, 2011.
    5. Daniels JM. Panel discussion on concussion in athletics: connecting the dots to address concerns for persons with brain trauma. Presented at: Brain Trauma Awareness Organization, Blessing Reimann College of Nursing, Quincy, IL, March 17, 2011.
    6. Daniels JM. Examination of the wrist and hand. Presented at: Memorial Medical Center, Springfield, IL, March 12, 2011.
    7. Daniels JM. Treating arthritis in the adult athlete: avoiding surgery. Presented at: Preventing and Treating Knee Arthritis and Injury, Memorial Medical Center, Springfield, IL, March 8, 2011.
    8. Kewney R, Longlett S, Melton S, O’Rourke J, Jenkins WD, Miller T. PEDS CARE: Integrating children’s behavioral health in the medical home and changing the practice culture-impact on patients and physicians. Presented at: North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting; November 12-16, 2011. Banff, Alberta, Canada.
    9. Kewney R, Melton S, O'Rourke J, Longlett S. Changing the practice culture: integrating behavioral health in family medicine. Presented at: The Forum for Teachers of Behavioral Science in Family Medicine; September 2011; Chicago, IL.
    10. Melton S, O'Rourke J, Kewney R. Group therapy for children’s behavioral health within the patient-centered medical home. Breakfast Round Table at: The Forum for Teachers of Behavioral Science in Family Medicine; September 2011; Chicago, IL.
    11. Miller TH. Umbilical vein catheterization. Presented at: Blessing Hospital; June 2011; Quincy, IL.
  • Publications
    1. Daniels JM, Pontius G, El-Amin S, Gabriel K. Evaluation of low back pain in the athlete. SportsHealth. 2011 Jul:3(4):336-345.
    2. Daniels JM. Extensor Mechanism, In: Micheli LJ, ed. Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishing; 2011.
    3. Daniels JM, Pontius G. Patellar Dislocation, In: Micheli LJ, ed. Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishing; 2011.
    4. Daniels JM, section ed. In: Bracker MD, et al, eds. The 5-Minute Sports Medicine Consult, 2nd ed. Philadelphia, pa: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2011.
    5. Kruse J, Wittenberg H. Family medicine advocacy--it depends on all of us! Ann Fam Med. 2011 Mar-Apr;9(2):180-1.
    6. Kruse J. Rationing medical resources: panacea or peril for American health care? J Leg Med. 2011 Jan;32(1):1-10.
    7. Mackrides PS, Ryherd SJ. Screening for developmental delay. Am Fam Physician. 2011 Sep 1;84(5):544-9.


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