2012 Poster Presentations
The following posters were selected for display. Ribbons were awarded to the top student and resident. View the abstracts(6 page PDF) from these posters.
Summarize the results of a well-defined basic or clinical research project, including a hypothesis, dependent and independent variables, tests for measures of association, succinct discussion of data, etc.
*Family Responsibilities and Thinking Abilities
David Aldrete and Richel Avery, MD
High Expectations Across Multiple Domains, Peer Norms and Physical Dating Violence Among California Adolescents
Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Practices and the Effect on Routine Cervical Cancer Screening by Kansas Family Physicians
Amanda Baxa, Laura Platt, Tessa Rohrberg, and Dana Vietti
Impact of TimeSlips Creative Expression Program on Behavior Symptoms and Psychotropic Medication Use in Persons with Dementia in Long-term Care: A Cluster-randomized Pilot Study
Physician Shadowing: Family Medicine Opens New Gateways
Brett Hoffecker and Richard Andrew Philipp
Present a clinical scenario with discussion of an actual patient presentation or review current evidence-based recommendations for a clinical topic. A clinical case presentation must include an introduction, case description, and discussion of current practice guidelines for management of the patient.
A Meningioma Story: Depression and Substance Abuse
Jeffrey Kinard, DO and Heather Mundy, MD
An Atypical Cause of CVA in a Young Female
Vaseem Ahmed and Charanya Sivaramakrishnan, MD
Hip Pain in a Middle Aged Golfer - Development of Atraumatic Hip Pain in a Young Active Patient
Annie Casta, MD
It's a Bump! It's a Tumor! No, It's a Syndrome!
Matthew Brock, DO; Patrick Simpson, MD; and Mohenish Singh, DO
Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy After Inhalation of Insecticide Fumes
Najia Haider and Saba Naz, MD
When Designer Drug Users Arrive at Your Clinic Front Door
Saquib Ansari, MD; Myers Hurt, III, MD; and Jose Perez-Enriquez, MD
Describe personal experience working on a community-based initiative to improve the health of a specific population (e.g., providing adolescent AIDS education, working with school nurses to develop asthma action plans, establishing a health care for the homeless program, etc.).
OPT-INN: Obesity Prevention Training - In Neglected Neighborhoods
Perceptions of Health Education Among Adolescents in an Urban School: A Project to Promote Empowerment and Health Literacy in an Underserved Community
The Evolution of a Health Curriculum for Refugee Interpreters into a Leadership Training Program for Community Health Supporters: Catering an Intervention to the Needs of Refugee Communities in Providence, Rhode Island
Camia Crawford, Jessica Hart, Marina MacNamara, and April Wilhelm
*The Youth Shelter Medical Internship: Improving Adolescent Health Care in a Community Shelter with On-site Medical Student Leadership
Anna Lowell and Emily Young
Describe an educational program or curricular innovation that has been evaluated for its impact on medical student or resident training.
Medical Student Tobacco Cessation Consult Program (MSTCCP): A Quality Improvement Project