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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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Cronau H. Honoring Student Leadership and Innovations: A Family Medicine Curriculum. The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Albuquerque, New Mexico, January 2005.

Fahey P et al. Physician Panelist or Moderator: Several Programs. Pharmacy Education Network, Recent Advances in Disease State Management; 2004-2005. On “The Web” by OSU Center for Continuing Medical Education.

Gabel LL, Welker MJ, Haines DJ. The Ohio State Primary Care Research Institute, 38th Annual Meeting of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, May 2005.

Ferretti SM, Krueger WA, Andrews MAW, Buck WR, Gabel LL. Student Short- and Long-Term Satisfaction with Choice of Basic Science Learning Pathway. Annual Meeting of the American Osteopathic Association, June 2005.

Gabel LL. Workshop: How to Get Your Research Funded, Twentieth Annual Primary Care Research Methods and Statistics Conference, 4 CME hours, December 2004.

Braun C, Knutson D, McConaghy J. A Competency-Based Immersion Month for Interns. STFM Annual Spring Conference, New Orleans, April 2005.

Kreger CG, Knutson D. Using the Web to Enhance Medical Interviewing Skills and Introduce Diagnostic Reasoning. SGIM Annual Meeting, New Orleans, April 2005.

Miser WF, Brackett C, Coyle J, Osei K. Collaborative Pharmacotherapy in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.

nd Poster presentation given at the 32 Annual Meeting of the North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG), Orlando, Florida, October 2004.

Department of Family Medicine Annual Report 2004-2005 Evert JA, Melwani G, Miser WF. Racial Disparities and “Missed Opportunities” in the Vaccination of Adult Diabetics. Poster presentation given at the American College of Preventive Medicine 2005 Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, January 2005.

Post DM, Cegala DJ, Miser WF, Sachs L, Crews D. Path Analysis of Physician-Patient Communication Processes. Oral presentation given at the American Academy on Physician and Patient Conference, October 2004.

Brown JB, Post DM. Health Literacy and Patient-Centered Communication: Next Steps. AAFP National Research Network and Federation of Practice-based Research Networks Convocation of Practices. Invited Presentation, March 2005.

Post DM, Stone L, Knutson D, Hudson A. Lessons in Developing an Effective Social and Behavioral Sciences Curriculum.

Generalists in Medical Education workshop, November 2004.

Post DM, Stone L, Knutson D, Hudson A. Patient-Centered Medicine. AAMC Innovations in Medical Education exhibit, November 2004.

Post DM, Cegala DJ, Miser WF, Sachs L, Crews D. Path Analysis of Physician-Patient Communication Processes, American Academy on Physician and Patient Conference, October 2004.

Katz ML, Wewers ME, Schultz J, David P, Post DM, Cegala DJ, Clinton S. Cancer-Related Behaviors Among Men and Women Living in Ohio Appalachia. American Public Health Association Conference, October 2004.

Rizer M. Challenges From the Start. Time Warner Discovery Health Channel, October 2004.

Rizer M, Knutson D. MODEL Family Physicians: Using modeling clay in OB/GYN training. STFM Annual Spring Conference, New Orleans, April 2005.

Stone LC. Project Professionalism: A Student-Driven Initiative. Lecture discussion at the STFM Annual Spring Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 3, 2005.

Stone LC. If They Build It…Student Collaborations in Family Medicine. Lecture discussion at the STFM Predoctoral Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico, January 29, 2005.

Welker MJ. The New Model of Care: Task Force VI Report on Financing. Minnesota AFP Annual House of Delegates, April 2005.

Welker MJ: Increasing Student Interest in Family Medicine – If They Build It. Association of Departments of Family Medicine Annual meeting, Charleston, South Carolina, February 2005.

Wexler R. Grass Roots Political Advocacy for Physicians. 10 State Conference, American Academy of Family Physicians, February 2005.

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Aukerman GF. The Value of Volutneerism. Bucyrus Hospital Volunteers, Bucyrus, OH, April 2005.

Aukerman GF. Alternative Medicine in the Patient’s Treatment Plan. The Maurice “Mo” Mullett Student-Alumni Forum. The Ohio State University Medical Student Alumni Council and Medical Center Alumni Affairs. Columbus, OH, March 2005.

Aukerman GF. New Choices in Health Care: OSU’s New Center for Integrative Medicine, Forum, Columbus Metropolitan Club, February 2005.

Aukerman GF. OSU Center for Integrative Medicine, WOSU Radio Fred Andrle Show, May 2005.

Aukerman GF. Integrative Medicine, OSU Center for Integrative Medicine Workshop Series, January 2005.

Aukerman GF. Helping Students Perform Better through Integrative Medicine Techniques, The Ohio State University PreHealth Student Advisors Group, May 2005 Borchers J: Shoulder, Hip, and Knee: Common Diagnoses and Evaluation. Presentation for the American College of Physicians Ohio Chapter Annual Meeting, Columbus, OH, October 2004.

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Borchers J: Osteoarthritis: Alternative and Natural Therapies. Presentation for The Ohio State University Current Topics in Sports Medicine Conference, March 2005.

Borchers J: Diabetes Mellitus: A Sports Medicine Perspective. Presentation for The Ohio State University Current Topics in Sports Medicine Conference, April 2005.





Diehl J: Casting Workshop, OSU Family Medicine Teaching Conference, May 2005.

Diehl J: Overuse Injuries, Mednet 21 Online Live CME (1 hour), May 2005.

Diehl J: Weight Training for Children and Adolescents, OSUMC Current Topics in Sports Medicine (1 hour CME), May 2005.

Diehl J: Knee Pain, OSU Student Health center Grand Rounds (1 hour CME), May 2005 Diehl J: Sports Injuries in the Adolescent Athlete, OSUMC Community Outreach Lecture, Gahanna YMCA, March 2005.

Diehl J: Injury in the Pediatric Athlete, OSUMC Current Topics in Sports Medicine (1 hour CME), October 2004.

Diehl J: Shoulder Examination, OSU Family Medicine Teaching Conference, September 2004.

Dull P, Gerges K. Clinical Correlations: Travel Medicine. OSU Family Practice Resident Grand Rounds Conference, Columbus, OH, July 2005.

Dull P. Preparing for AAFP Boards. OSU Family Practice Resident Grand Rounds Conference (2 small groups), Columbus, OH, April 2005.

Dull P. Phytoestrogens Update, OSU Family Practice Resident Grand Rounds Conference (2 small groups), Columbus, OH, September 2004.

st Fahey, P. The Epidemic of the 21 Century: Obesity. Panelist on Obesity Management at OSU CME Course, Columbus, OH, December 2004.

Longenecker R: Mad River Family Practice: A Story of a Stream in Rural Health Professions Education, Statewide Rural Health Conference – “Bringing It Home: Quality access and Resources,” Columbus, OH, June 2005.

Longenecker R: Advisory Faculty, Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics, Grant Hospital, Columbus, OH, including the following lectures and workshops: 1) First Trimester Bleeding, and 2) Malpresentations workshop, September 2004.

McConaghy J IM/EBP: Obtaining Useful Information from Pharmaceutical Representatives, Department of Family Medicine Grand Rounds, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, July 2005.

McConaghy J. Quality Improvement: Clinical Performance Measures; Diabetes Mellitus-Type II. From the OSU FM Residency QI Committee. Department of Family Medicine Grand Rounds, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, June 2005.

McConaghy J. ACE Inhibitors and ARB’s: Uses and Controversies. Grand Rounds: Department of Family Medicine, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, January 2005.

McConaghy J. Performance Measures – What They Are; What They Are Not. Annual Faculty Affiliation meeting, Department of Family Medicine, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, October 2004.

McConaghy J. ACE Inhibitors and ARB’s: Uses and Controversies. University Hospital East Grand Rounds, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, November 2004.

McConaghy J. The Future of Family Medicine Project – Medical Education Faculty Development, Department of Family Medicine, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, September 2004.

McDougle, L. Disparities: Developing an Effective Strategy for Ohio Department of Health Leadership, Columbus, Ohio, April and June 2005.

Department of Family Medicine Annual Report 2004-2005 Miser WF. Educational Research – What About the IRB? Presentation given to the Ohio State University Primary Care Research Institute, Columbus, OH, July 2004.

Miser WF. Rhinitis – Allergic or Nonallergic Rhinitis? Taking the Questions Out of Diagnosis and Treatment. Plenary mainstage lecture given at the 2004 Members Assembly of the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians, Dublin, OH, August 2004.

Miser WF. The Family Physician as a Scholar. Presentation given to the Ohio State University Family Medicine Residency Program, Columbus, OH, September 2004.

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Miser WF. The Latest Evidence-Based Research Applicable to Family Medicine – 2004 Update. Plenary main-stage lecture given at the Central Ohio Academy of Family Physicians Family Practice Review, Dublin, OH, November 2004.

Miser WF. What It Means to Be an Academic Family Physician. Presentation given to the 40 medical students attending the Family Medicine Interest Group luncheon, The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health, Columbus, OH, November 2004.

Miser WF. Enhancing the Science of Medicine. Faculty development presentation given to The Ohio State University Department of Family Medicine, Columbus, OH, December 2004.

Miser WF. Conducting Survey Research to Obtain Reliable Results. Presentation given to the Ohio State University Family Medicine Residency Program, Columbus, OH, January 2005.

Miser WF. The Ohio State Primary Care Practice-Based Research Network. Presentation given to the Ohio State University Primary Care Research Institute, Columbus, OH, January 2005.

Statistics 101 – Just the Facts. Presentation given to the Ohio State University Family Medicine Residency Miser WF.

Program, Columbus, OH, February 2005.

The Case of the Mysterious Rash – Tularemia as a Bioterrorist Weapon. A lecture given in the course on Miser WF.

Interprofessional Care, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, March 2005.

Miser WF. The Oral Presentation of Research. Presentation given to the Ohio State University Family Medicine Residency Program, Columbus, OH, April 2005.

Miser WF. An Introduction to the Threat of Bioterrorism – What Every Healthcare Provider Should Know. A workshop given in the state-wide conference, Joining Forces: Preparing Communities for the Behavioral Health Impact of Terrorism or Disaster, The Ohio Department of Mental Health, Columbus, OH, April 2005.

Sanhaji M, Miser WF, Gabel L, Lehman J: The Management of Chronic Low Back Pain with Controlled Substances: Practice Compliance with State Medical Board Rules. 6th Annual Department of Family Medicine Resident Research Symposium, The Ohio State University Department of Family Medicine, Columbus, OH, April 2005.

Ndife A, Miser WF, Lehman J: The Skinny on Low-Carbohydrate and High-Protein Diets: Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices of Family Physicians. 6th Annual Department of Family Medicine Resident Research Symposium, The Ohio State University Department of Family Medicine, Columbus, OH, April 2005.

Phillips A, Aukerman G, Miser WF, Lehman J: Family Physicians’ Attitudes Towards Complementary and Alternative th Medicine. 6 Annual Department of Family Medicine Resident Research Symposium, The Ohio State University Department of Family Medicine, Columbus, OH, April 2005.

Osinbowale O, Miser WF: How Do the Attitudes of Family Physicians Toward Cancer Screening Prevention Affect the Practice of Screening for Cancer in Patients Age 55-69 Years? 6th Annual Department of Family Medicine Resident Research Symposium, The Ohio State University Department of Family Medicine, Columbus, OH, April 2005.

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Rizer M, Brackett. Pharmacology/Pharmacy: New Urinary Incontinence Drugs. OSU Family Medicine Resident Didactic Conference, February 2005.

Stone LC. Professional Well Being. Guest lecturer at Quantum Health, Columbus, OH, March 2005.

Stone LC. Family Medicine Student Interest Initiatives. Guest speaker at Case Western University Department of Family Medicine, Cleveland, OH, April 2005.

Stone LC. Measuring FMIG Success. Panel discussion at AAFP FMIG Advisors Summit, Columbus, OH, April 2005.

Stone LC. FMIG Infrastructure Initiatives at OSU College of Medicine. Presentation given to AAFP FMIG Advisors Summit, Columbus, OH, April 2005.

Stone LC. Collaborations in Professionalism: A Student Driven Initiative. Presentation given at OAFP Mega Weekend:

Research and Education, Columbus, OH. Awarded first place for educational presentation from the OAFP, April 2005.

Stone LC: Keynote speaker for Gold Humanism Honor Society Inaugural Induction Ceremony, the OSU College of Medicine Chapter, Columbus, OH, April 2005.

Stone LC. Collaborations in Professionalism. Guest speaker at the CRESS Conference, Mount Carmel Health System, Columbus, OH, May 2005.

Welker MJ: What Can Academic Departments Do to Promote and Enhance Future of Family Medicine Initiatives? Wright State University Department of Family Medicine Retreat, May 2005.

Welker MJ: Why State Dollars are Vital to Filling the FM Pipeline. Panel Discussion, OAFP Legislative Conference and Reception, May 2005.

Welker, MJ: Workforce Issues and the Match. Ten State Regional Conference, Cleveland, OH, February 2005.

Welker MJ: Advocating for Your Practice, Riverside Methodist Hospital Family Practice, August 2004.

Wexler R: Grass Roots Political Advocacy for Physicians, Ohio Academy of Family Physicians Legislative Conference, May 2005.

Wexler R: Grass Roots Political Advocacy for Physicians, Faculty Development Conference, The Ohio State University, May 2005.

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McDougle L: Who’s Who in Black Columbus, 2003, 2004, 2005 McDougle L: Faculty Teaching Award presented by graduating Urban Family Medicine residents, June 2005.

Post DM: Landacre Faculty Award, OSU Landacre Honor Society, OSU College of Medicine, 2005.

Department of Family Medicine

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