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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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5. Miser WF, Coyle JD, Brackett C: Collaborative Pharmacotherapy Management of Diabetes: Outcomes in Primary Care.

$300,000, submitted to the National Institutes of Health – NIDDK, NEI, CDC-DDT – Planning Grants for Translational Research for the Prevention and Control of Diabetes, PAR-03-060, R-34.

6. Whitacre C, Snyder G, Miser WF, et al: Improving Latino and Somali Health Outcomes Through Marketing Research and Intervention. $1,500,000, submitted to the Centers for Disease Control, Centers of Excellence in Health Marketing and Health Communication, RFA-CD-05-108.

7. Wurster M, Miser WF, et al: Innovative Diabetes Management – A Translational Approach. $248,623, submitted to the National Institutes of Health – NIDDK, NEI, CDC-DDT – Planning Grants for Translational Research for the Prevention and Control of Diabetes, PAR-03-060, R-34.

8. Wurster M, Miser WF, et al: Innovative Disease Management – A Translational Approach. $150,000, submitted to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.

9. Wurster M, Lamb J, Osei K, Miser WF, et al: Innovative Disease Management – A Translational Approach. $150,000, submitted to the American Diabetes Association.

10. Wurster M, Lamb J, Osei K, Miser WF, et al: Innovative Disease Management – A Translational Approach. $2,587,352, submitted to the National Institutes of Health.

11. Elder N, Cegala D, Levin L, Post D, Regan S: Community-Based Patient Safety Education For The Elderly. $99,878, submitted to the National Patient Safety Foundation.

12. Paskett E, Post D, et al: Enhancing Colorectal Cancer Screening in Primary Care. $3,685,222, submitted to the National Cancer Institute.

13. Paskett E, Post D, Welker MJ, et al: Ohio Patient Navigator Research Program. $6,425,205, submitted to the National Cancer Institute.

14. Welker MJ, Wexler R; Rizer M: Ohio Medicaid: Enhanced Care Management of Chronic Disease. Submitted to Ohio Medicaid.

Department of Family Medicine Annual Report 2004-2005 Research Applications Funded

1. Ledford C, Cronau H, Bahn T: Physician Development in Primary Care – Family Medicine and General Internal Medicine.

$245,155, three-year grant funded by the Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources Services and Administration, June 2005.

2. Cronau H: Summer Externship Program, 2005. $4,500, two-month grant funded by the Area Health Education Centers, Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources Services and Administration, June 2005.

3. Cronau H: Summer Externship Program, 2005. $1,500, two-month grant funded by the Martin Byers Endowment Fund, June 2005.

4. Cronau H: Summer Externship Program, 2005. $2,000, two-month grant funded by the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians Foundation Research Award, June 2005.

5. Cronau H, Rogers L: Summer Externship Program, 2005. $7,500, two-month grant funded by the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians Preceptorship Program Grant, June 2005.

6. Cronau H, Rogers L: Summer Externship Program, 2005. $2,500, two-month grant funded by the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians Preceptorship Program Grant, June 2005.

7. Gabel LL: Ohio Telemedicine, Education and Linkage Program (Ohio TeleHELP): A Proof-of-Concept Study. $150,000, one-year grant funded by the Ohio Board of Regents, January 2005.

8. Gabel LL: Telehealth: A Unique Solution for Health Needs of the Columbus Empowerment Zone. $108,000, four-year grant funded by the Columbus Compact Corporation, March 2002.

9. Gabel LL: Challenging Sociocultural Health Disparities: A Collaborative Interdisciplinary Model Podogeriatric Curriculum Plan. $485,966, four-year grant funded by the Department of Health and Human Services, Human Resources Services and Administration, October 2001.

10. Mohammad Y, Gabel LL: Telemedicine by a Stroke Neurologist is Superior to Bedside Emergency Room Physicians in Assessment of NIHSS. $10,000, six-month grant funded by Genetech, July 2004.

11. Post D, Weiss B, Belle-Brown, J: A Randomized Trial of the Effectiveness of Ask-Me-3 in Improving Physician-Patient Communication in Office Visits. $330,600, one-year grant funded by Pfizer, Inc., June 2004.

12. Haines D, Knutson D, Post D: Promoting Family Health Using a Mother-Daughter Walking Program. $25,268, one-year grant funded by the American Academy of Family Physicians/Foundation, December 2004.

13. Knutson D, Gabel LL: Ohio State’s Family Medicine Curriculum: C.A.S.E. (Comprehensive Active Student Education).

$604,465, three-year grant funded by the Department of Health and Human Services, July 2002.

14. Knutson D, Stone L, Cronau H, Post D, Macerollo A, McDougle L, et al: Teaching to the CORE: Using Core Competencies without Losing Core Values. $654,970, three-year grant funded by the Department of Health and Human Services, July 2005.

15. McDougle L: MD Camp. $10,000, one-year grant funded by the Columbus Medical Foundation, May 2005.

16. McDougle L: MD Camp. $5,000, one-year grant funded by the Fifth Third Bank Foundation, May 2005.

17. Miser WF, McDougle L, Gabel LL, et al: The Ohio Center of Excellence in Education in Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response. Funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration, Department of Health and Human Services, two-year grant, $1,252,300; 1-T01-HP-00091-01, September 2003.





18. Miser WF, Coyle JD, Brackett C, Osei K: Collaborative Pharmacotherapy Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.

Funded by the Davis/Bremer Medical Research Grant, The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health, Columbus, Ohio, two-year grant, $49,984, December 2003.

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21. Miser WF: Attitudes of Family Physicians and Patients Toward Cancer Screening and the Practice of Screening for Cancer in Patients Age 55-69 Years. $1,000, funded by the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians Foundation and to the American Cancer Society, one-year grant, June 2004.

22. Miser WF, Gabel LL, Melwani G, Lehman J: A Descriptive Study of Patients Seen Within The Ohio State University Primary Care Network. $2,500, funded by the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians Foundation Summer Research Externship Program, two-month grant, April 2005.

23. Miser WF, Williams A, Mosley D: Colorectal Cancer: A Church-Based Intervention. $2,500, funded by the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians Foundation Summer Research Externship Program, two-month grant, April 2005.

24. Miser WF, Evert J, Melwani G: Racial Disparities and “Missed Opportunities” in the Vaccination of Adult Diabetics.

$1,500, the Samuel J. Roessler Research Scholarship Program, March – December 2004.

25. Oza R, Wexler R, Miser WF, et al: Using B-Type Natriuretic Peptide as a Screen for Asymptomatic Congestive Heart Failure in Hypertensive Patients with Either Ischemic Heart Disease And/Or Diabetes. $39,186, funded by the CrisafiMonte Endowment Fund, The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health, one-year grant, May 2005.

26. Post D, et al: Patient-Centered Communication During Chemotherapy. $299,000, funded by the National Institutes of Health, two-year grant, June 2005.

27. Paskett E, Post D, Katz M: Reducing Cervical Cancer in Appalachia (Project 1). $1,345,560, funded by the National Cancer Institute, December 2004.

28. Welker MJ, Gabel LL: Building Research Capacity: Enhancing Research Productivity. $1,060,560, three-year grant funded by the Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, September 2003.

29. Wexler R, Gabel LL: Toward Effective Management of Chronic Disease: Evolving the Ohio State Department of Family Medicine Response. $7,500, three-month grant funded by the 2004 Pfizer/AAFP Visiting Professorship Program in Family Medicine, September 2004.

30. Wexler R: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Techniques and Lifestyle Changes: Reducing Systolic Blood Pressure. $29,288, one-year grant funded by the American Academy of Family Practice/Foundation, December 2004.

Research Applications Submitted but Not Funded – Pending Resubmission

1. Gardner W, Miser WF, et al. Outcomes Measurement: Lifespan and Longitudinal Studies. $3,455,866, March 2004 to the National Institutes of Health Roadmap; scored but not funded.

2. McConaghy J, Gabel LL, et al: Optimizing Health Through a Model Residency Chronic Disease Management Curriculum, $720,814, three-year grant submitted October 2004 to the Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration; approved for funding.

3. McDougle L, Cegala D, Knutson D, et al: Cultural Competency and Clinical Care. $516,703, 5-year curricular development grant for cultural competency training to include medical students, residents, and faculty, submitted October 2004 to the NIH KO7 Cultural Competence and Health Disparities Academic Award; scored but not funded, to be revised and resubmitted.

4. Miser WF, Schwirian P, Murray-Johnson L, Maglioca LA, Myers LJ, Osei K: Optimizing Diabetes Control - SelfManagement Assessment. $447,156, two-year grant submitted June 2004 to the National Institutes of Health – NIDDK, NEI, CDC-DDT – Planning Grants for Translational Research for the Prevention and Control of Diabetes, PAR-03-060, Rscored but not funded, to be revised and resubmitted.

5. Miser WF, Wurster M, Osei K, Giese MJ: Preserving Vision in Those with Diabetes Who Receive Their Care at the Columbus Neighborhood Health Center. $150,000, one-year grant submitted March 2004 to the Ohio Osteopathic Heritage Foundation; to be revised and resubmitted.

Department of Family Medicine Annual Report 2004-2005

6. Cegala D, Prabu D, Post D: Communication Decision Aids for Prostate Cancer Patients. $2,800,000, submitted to the National Institutes of Health.

7. Wexler R, Feldman D, et al: Reducing systolic blood pressure: Use of the transtheoretical model to develop hypertension readiness to change profiles. $43,413, submitted to the Davis Bremer Ohio State University Endowment Fund.

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Cronau H. Preventive cancer care in men: an overview. Family Practice Recertification 2005;27(8):35-42.

Dull P. STEPS new drug review: transdermal oxybutynin (Oxytrol) for urinary incontinence. Am Fam Phys 2004;70:2351Fahey PF. Cervical cancer screening practice guidelines. National Comprehensive Cancer Network 2005; review.nccn.org Gump S, Knutson D. Primary care treatment of the patient with headache and depression. Fam Pract Recert August 2004;26(8):19-34.

Knutson D, Kreger CG. Using web-based technology to teach physical examination. Med Ed 2005; 39(5):523.

Knutson D, Rizer M. Teaching cervical dilation measurement to family medicine residents. Fam Med 2005;37(7):464-466.

Kreger CG, Knutson D. Using the web to enhance medical interviewing skills and introduce diagnostic reasoning. J Gen Int Med 2005;20(S1):43.

Shapiro J, Longenecker R. Country doctors in literature: Helping medical students understand what rural practice is all about. Acad Med 2005;80:724-727.

McConaghy JR, Smith SR. Outpatient treatment of Systolic Heart Failure. Am Fam Phys 2004;70:2157-64,2171-2 McDougle L, Gabel LL, Miser WF: The development of an urban track residency program. Submitted to Fam Med.

Miser WF: Educational research – to IRB or not to IRB. Fam Med 2005;37(3):168-173.

Post DM, Cegala DJ, Miser WF, Sachs L, Crews D. Path analysis of physician-patient communication processes. Medical Encounter 2004;18:20 (abstract).

Books and Chapters Gabel LL, Haines DJ, Papp K, eds. The Aging Foot: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Columbus, OH: Century Graphics, Copyright TXU 1-179-167, 407 pp. 2005.

Knutson D, Yeager BA. Physical Examination. In Gabel LL, Haines DJ, Papp KK, eds. The Aging Foot: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. 1st edition, Columbus: The Ohio State University Department of Family Medicine 2004;1-1 – 1-16.

Longenecker R. The Face of Overpowering Knowledge. In The Ethics of Biotechnology: Viewing New Creations Through Anabaptist Eyes, in press.

Miser WF: Nausea and Vomiting. Chapter 2, pp. 3-9. In Rakel RE, Bope ET, editors. Conn’s Current Therapy, 2005 edition, Philadelphia: Elsevier Saunders.

Miser WF: Review of 65 articles pertinent to Family Medicine. In: Bowman M, editor. Yearbook of Family Medicine, 2005.

Miser, WF, Robbins JM: A primer on evidence based medicine. Chapter 4, pp. 4-1 to 4-24. In: Gabel LL, Haines DJ, Papp KK, editors. The Aging Foot: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, 2005.

Miser WF: Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Chapter 7, pp. 7-1 to 7-28. In Gabel LL, Haines DJ, Papp KK, editors. The Aging Foot:

An Interdisciplinary Perspective, 2005.

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Post DM. Schizophrenia. In Dambro M. (Ed.). Griffith’s 5-Minute Clinical Consult. 2004;Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Other Scholarly Publications Dull P, et al. The Core Content Review of Family Medicine, 2004;35(3).

Dull P, et al. The Core Content Review of Family Medicine, 2004;35(1).

Dull P, et al. The Core Content Review of Family Medicine, 2004;36(3).

Miser WF. Take Note – Aspirin use s primary prevention, a family physician, and the FDA. The Ohio Family Physician 2004;

56(1):35, 41.

Miser WF: Cuts by Columbus Hurt Health Care for Poor. Letters to the Editor, The Columbus Dispatch, January 4, 2005.

Miser WF. Aspirin Use for Prevention of CHD: An FP’s Story. Letter to the Editor, Am Fam Phys 2005;71(2):249-51.

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Borchers J, Kruse R. Case Presentation – Chest Pain – 51-Year-Old Male. MSSE Supplement ACSM National Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, June 2005.

Borchers J. Case Panel Discussant for Case Presentations – Lower Leg Pain in Runners. ACSM National Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, June 2005.

Francis T, Borchers J. Case Presentation – Recurrent Skin Abscess in a College Football Player. AMSSM National Conference, Austin, Texas, April 2005.

Borchers J, Pifel E. Osteoarthritis and Baby Boomers. The Ohio State University MedNet 21 Webcast, April 2005.



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