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«Annual Report 2004-2005 Mary Jo Welker, MD, Chair Department of Family Medicine 2231 North High Street Columbus, Ohio 43201 Letter from the Chair The ...»

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The Ohio State University

Department of Family Medicine

Annual Report

2004-2005

Mary Jo Welker, MD, Chair

Department of Family Medicine

2231 North High Street

Columbus, Ohio 43201

Letter from the Chair

The 2004-2005 academic year has again rewarded the hard work and dedication

of our faculty and staff. I will point out a few of the highlights of what has been

another outstanding year for the Department of Family Medicine at The Ohio

State University.

The appreciation of our faculty’s abilities regarding leadership in the College of Medicine and Public Health continues to increase. From an administrative leadership perspective, Dr. Linda Stone was appointed to the position of Associate Dean for Student Affairs in the College at the end of the 2004-2005 academic year to fully assume the responsibilities beginning with the 2005-2006 academic year. She joins Dr. Leon McDougle who serves as Assistant Dean for Culture and Diversity Affairs, Dr. Randy Longenecker who serves as Associate Dean for Rural Education, and Dr. Welker who serves as Associate Dean for Primary Care.

Serving in key leadership roles at the college level in various educational programs are Dr. Holly Cronau as Director of the three-month Ambulatory Clerkship, Dr. Doug Knutson as Director of the two-year preclinical Physician Development Course, and Dr. Doug Post as Director of the two-year pre-clinical PatientCentered Medicine Course. Dr. Allison Macerollo quite ably serves with Dr. Knutson as Associate Director of the Physician Development Course. Dr. Linda Stone also continues to chair the Professionalism Council for the Dean.

Dr. Stone continues also in her departmental role as the Predoctoral Director. The Leadership Program, under her guidance, is extremely well received by the students, for example, 12 students completed honors electives in family medicine this year. A national-level indicator of how our students continue to provide outstanding leadership was demonstrated this academic year by the Family Practice Interest Group receiving the AAFP Program of Excellence Award, for the fifth year in a row! From a state-level perspective, two of our students received student awards from the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians.

They were Vivien To and Anthony LeBario. Ohio State matched 10% of its graduating students into family medicine in the 2005 match. We are hoping that our focused efforts and expanded programs will make for an even better match rate over the coming years. We are very proud of our students and their accomplishments. Much of our success can be credited to the wonderful clinical faculty who volunteer their time teaching the students in their offices as a part of the family medicine year-three clerkship and the year-four preceptorships. We thank them all for their tremendous efforts on behalf of the students.It makes a difference.

Dr. John McConaghy stepped down as Residency Director this past year. Going forward, Dr. Doug Knutson has assumed this role for the Department. This transition made the year challenging for the residents and the faculty. The Urban Residency graduated its first two residents this year, and filled both of its positions in the match relative to the upcoming academic year. Dr. Leon McDougle continues to administer the Urban Track of our overall Residency Program. The Rural Residency matched two students from Ohio State in the match this year. This allows us to look forward to increasing success in this very important component of our residency training efforts. Dr Longenecker continues to direct the Rural Residency. One element of that work that has brought a measure of statewide attention to the Rural Residency has been his diligent work to develop a Rural Scholars Program. This is available to and is pursued by medical students from all medical schools throughout Ohio.

All of our inpatient care and teaching activities continue at OSU East. This year, we reduced our inpatient service to one service, making patient care much more manageable. OB is still done at OSU Main. Of note, we have increased the number of deliveries done by our residents and faculty by affiliating with the Pregnancy Care Connection, a program for underserved populations in Columbus.

Department of Family Medicine Annual Report 2004-2005 Dr. Milisa Rizer continues her outstanding service as Vice Chair for Clinical Services. Clinically the Department continues to grow stronger. In February 2005, we added an Integrative Medicine site under the leadership of Dr. Glen Aukerman who also serves as Director of the Division of Integrative Medicine in the Department. During the year, we merged two of our patient care sites and closed one in order to better manage the care we provide plus related costs.

The Primary Care Research Institute continues to function very effectively bringing together faculty from ambulatory pediatrics, family medicine, and general internal medicine, along with other disciplines across the university. Dr. Doug Post is Co-PI on two NIH funded projects and most recently received funding as PI on his own NIH R-21 grant project – the first NIH grant awarded to our Department in its history. Dr.

W. Fred Miser and Dr. Leon McDougle continued work on their collaborative statewide bioterrorism grant project regarding education of medical students, nursing students, and allied health professional students.





Dr. Miser is concluding work on his Davis Grant, which is providing pilot data for his next NIH submission for a grant project in diabetes care. In addition, Dr. Miser has increased the clinical trials in our Department in conjunction with the Pediatric Clinical Trials Institute at Columbus Children’s Hospital. We have completed several grants for industry and have been approved for several more. Dr. Randall Wexler has also joined our team of researchers this year and has received a grant from the AAFP related to the treatment of hypertension. Dr. Wexler is working with the Medical Center’s Division of Cardiology on research projects related to hypertension and congestive heart failure. Dr. Doug Knutson finished the third year of his predoctoral grant project and was awarded a second predoctoral grant from HRSA for the 2005-2008 cycle of the Title VII program. We are very excited about the opportunities this brings for teaching medical students in the Department. Dr. Gabel finished the podogeriatrics grant project and has published a book entitled The Aging Foot: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. This provides a curriculum for podiatry residents as well as primary care residents related to foot care and the medical diseases that can influence that care. Dr. Miser and Dr. Kelleher have worked hard to bring together the Ohio State Primary Care Practice-Based Research Network in Columbus, Ohio to include the Pediatric Close to Home sites, the OSU Primary Care Network sites, and the Columbus Neighborhood Health Center sites.

We are truly excited that we recruited Dr. Thomas Best as the Director of the Division of Sports Medicine in our Department as well as Co-Director of the Ohio State Sports Medicine Institute. Dr. Best comes with excellent research and teaching experience and will take the Division to even higher levels with our fellows, our residents, and our students. Our Sports Medicine Division accomplished a dramatic transition during the past year. We are especially proud of how the faculty physicians and staff members worked together to maintain high quality care of the athletes and the community in an outstanding manner.

During this past year we have continued to monitor our performance-based scorecards to be sure that we are accomplishing the goals of our existing strategic plan. We are looking forward to major planning sessions this coming academic year in light of past and present accomplishments plus ever present challenges. Like many departments of family medicine around the country, we continue to face additional budget cuts as a result of state-level financial crises. One outgrowth is the hard work and success of our faculty to secure grant funding to help offset some of these losses. We very much appreciate and value these efforts.

I am proud of what our faculty and staff members have accomplished not only this year but in the last five years. Together, we look forward to a successful future guided by our collective goal of First of 10 by 2010!

Mary Jo Welker, M.D.

Professor of Clinical Family Medicine Chair, Department of Family Medicine

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College of Medicine and Public Health Committee Representation 2006 Ambulatory, Acute Care, and Transitional Working Groups

Addiction Medicine in Patient Centered Medicine, Module Director

Admissions Committee

School of Allied Medical Professions, Professor

Appointment, Promotion, & Tenure

Cancer Prevention and Control Research

Center for Health Outcomes, Policy, and Evaluation Studies (HOPES)

Clerkship Directors’ Committee

Clinical Academic Standing Committee

Clinical Dean-Associate

Clinical Evaluation Task Force

Comprehensive Ambulatory Program Member

Continuing Medical Education Advisory Committee, Chair

Council of Chairs

Diversity Council

Diversity and Cultural Competency Committee

Elections and Appointments Committee

Electronic Medical Record Selection Committee

Executive Curriculum Committee

Faculty Council

Secretary

Family Medicine Mentorship Program

Family Practice Interest Group Advisor

Graduate School Faculty

Health Education Deans, Assistant Dean for Rural Medical Education

Health Education Deans, Assistant Dean for Diversity and Cultural Affairs

Health Sciences Executive Committee

ICM Committee

IP Academic Program Committee

ISP/PBL Committee

Landacre Society Panel of Judges

Medical Alumni Society, Board of Governors

Medical Humanities Academic Program Committee

Med III/IV Committee

Patient Centered Medicine Committee, Chair

Physician Development Committee, Chair

Department of Family Medicine Annual Report 2004-2005 Preclinical Academic Standing Committee

Chair

Professionalism Council, Chair 2003-present

Project Professionalism, Advisor

Roessler Medical Research

Medical Center Committee Representation The Ohio State University, University Hospitals Access and Communications Committee

Clinical Applications Committee; Electronic Discharge Instructions Working Group......... John McConaghy, MD Clinical Patient Safety Committee

Credentials Committee

Diabetes Task Force for Center of Excellence

Duty Hours Subcommittee

Emergency Preparedness/Physician Departmental Role Committee

Ethics Committee

Graduate Medical Education Committee

Guidelines Committee

Health Plan Steering Committee

Health System Executive Committee

Health System Monthly Council

Healthcare Investment and Design Committee

Healthcare Visioning Project

Informatics Committee, OSU Managed Health Care Systems

Leadership Council for Clinical Value Enhancement

Medical Center International Liaison

Metrics Subcommittee, The Ohio State University Plan for Health, Chair

Medical Staff Administration Committee

OSUP Board of Directors

OSUP Executive Committee

OSUP Treasurer

OSUP Finance Committee, Chair

OSUP Finance Committee

OSUP Pension Committee, Chair

OSUP Risk Management and Compliance Committee

Outcomes Measurement Committee

Primary Care Network, Quality Committee

Primary Care Network, Network Advisory Committee

Quality Assurance Committee

Quality Management Policy Group

Residency Program Director’s Committee

Steering Committee, The Ohio State University Plan for Health

OSU East Hospital Computer Order Entry (COE) Sub-Steering Committee

Continuing Medical Education Committee

ICU Quality Committee

Board of OSU East

Medical Information Committee

Medical Staff Executive Committee

Physician Development Student Review Subcommittee

Department of Family Medicine Annual Report 2004-2005 Physician Executive Council, Chair

Quality Assurance Committee, Chair

Task Force to Improve Pain Management Satisfaction

Mary Rutan Hospital Committee Representation Bioethics Committee, Vice Chair

Graduate Education Committee

Information Systems, Medical Staff Consultant

Library Committee

Medical Executive Committee

Medical Staff Quality Committee, Chair

Department of Obstetrics, Medical Advisor

Perinatal Clinical Practice Group, Chair

Quality Council

Quality Council, Perinatal Division, Chair

Quality Monitoring Committee

The Ohio State University Committee Representation Biomedical Institutional Review Board, Vice Chair

Institutional Review Board Investigative Subcommittee

University Faculty Senate, Alternate

National Level Committee Representation American Academy of Family Physicians, Board of Directors

American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation Board

American Academy of Family Physicians Political Action Committee Board

American Academy of Family Physicians, Congress of Delegates

American Academy of Family Physicians, Committee on Chapter Affairs

American Board of Family Medicine, Methods in Medicine Module for Part IV of the Maintenance of Certification for Family Physicians (MC-FP)

American Cancer Society, Delegate to National Assembly

American Cancer Society Physician Engagement Task Force

American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Diversity Committee

Core Content Review of Family Medicine, Chair

Council of Medical Specialty Societies – representative from the AAFP Board................ Mary Jo Welker, MD Family Medicine Political Action Committee

National Board of Medical Examiners/United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) – Step 3 Computer-Based Case Simulation Committee

National Comprehensive Cancer Network Cervical Cancer Screening Panel

National Rural Health Association



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