Presentations

  1. Carek PJ, Rahmanian K, Mainous A, Ledford C. Professional Identity, Job Satisfaction and Commitment of Non-physician Faculty in Academic Family Medicine. Presented at: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Meeting; May 2018; Washington, DC.
  2. Carek PJ, Porter M, Agana DF, Klassen R, Harrell J, Hatch R. Primary Care Tracks in Medical Schools: A CERA Study. Presented at: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Meeting; May 2018; Washington, DC.
  3. Carek PJ. Family Medicine Residency Characteristics are Associated with Graduating Residents Passing the American Board of Family Medicine Certification Examination. Presented at: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Meeting; May 2018; Washington, DC.
  4. Malaty J, Porter M, Carek P, Rahmanian K, Bielick L. Teaching Residents About Practice Management. Presented at: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Meeting; May 2018; Washington, DC.
  5. Malaty J, Nelson D, Porter M, Halbrook M. Breaking Down Barriers: Teaching Residents to Utilize a Team-Based Approach and Transform Their Clinical Practice to Achieve the Quadruple Aim. Presented at: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Meeting; May 2018; Washington, DC
  6. Carek S (f), Reifsteck F, Edenfield K, Harmon K, Dillon M, Clugston JR. Interventricular Septum Measurements in Pre-participation Screening of Collegiate Athletes: Understanding the Grey Zone. Presented at: 27th American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Annual Meeting; April 27, 2018; Lake Buena Vista, FL.
  7. Moseley RE. Professional Medical Ethics, 2018 Spring Current Concepts in Dermatology, March 25, 2018, West Palm Beach, Florida.
  8. Carek PJ. Building Blocks of Primary Care and RC-FM Requirements. Presented at: PDW and RPS Residency Education Symposium; March 2018; Kansas City, MO. Posters and Presentations Master List 07.01.2017 – 06.30.2018
  9. Chessman A, Agana DF, Jortberg B, et al. CERA FM Clerkship Director Survey Background Data Trends Since 2012. Presented at: 44th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education; February 2018; Austin, TX.
  10. Hatch RL, Harlan E, Harrell JG, Nall R. Enhancing Musculoskeletal Teaching During Clerkships. Presented at: 44th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education; February 2018; Austin, TX.
  11. Hatch RL, Paniagua M, Margo K, et al. Update on the NBME Shelf Exam and Opportunity for Input on Future Directions. Presented at: 44th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education; February 2018; Austin, TX.
  12. Hatch RL, Rubin D, Nall R, Harrell JG. Assessing physical exam skills of clerkship students – interrater reliability and correlations between different assessment methods. Presented at: 44th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education; February 2018; Austin, TX.
  13. Konopack J. Enhancing Musculoskeletal Teaching During Clerkships,” Podium Presentation, Presented at: 44th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education; February 2018; Austin, TX.
  14. Mainous AG, Agana DF, Hatch RL, et al. Institutional NIH Research Funding and Educational Support for Family Medicine Education and Their Relationship to Family Medicine Specialty Posters and Presentations Master List 07.01.2017 – 06.30.2018 Choice. Presented at: 44th Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education; February 2018; Austin, TX.
  15. Konopack J, Harrell JG, Farmer K, Sando K. Physician-pharmacist collaborative care in a rural family medicine clinic: A step towards team based primary care. Presented at: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Practice Improvement; November 2017; Louisville, KY.
  16. Agana DF, Crooke H, Lynch K, Chacko L, Porter M, Striley C, Carek PJ. Characteristics of Family Medicine Patients Frequently Readmitted: The Role of Outpatient Behavior. Presented at: 45th Annual North American Primary Care Research Group Meeting; November 2017; Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  17. Carek PJ, Agana D, Bielick L, Chacko L, Lynch K, Porter M, Yang Y. Patients Frequently Readmitted to the Hospital: Do the Members of the High Utilizer Group Change Over Time. Presented at: 45th Annual North American Primary Care Research Group Meeting; November 2017; Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  18. Carek PJ, Mainous A, Lynch K, Tanner R, Hulihan M, Baskin J, Coates T. Effectiveness of Clinical Decision Support to Improve Care for Adult Sickle Cell Disease Patients in Primary Care. Presented at: 45th Annual North American Primary Care Research Group Meeting; November 2017; Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  19. Porter M, Hagen H, Seehusen D, Yang Y, Carek PJ. Burnout and Resiliency Among Family Medicine Program Directors. Presented at: 45th Annual North American Primary Care Research Group Meeting; November 2017; Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  20. Porter M, Michaudet C, Lynch K, Yang Y, Carek PJ. Inpatient Consults on a Family Medicine Teaching Service. Presented at: 45th Annual North American Primary Care Research Group Meeting; November 2017; Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  21. Agana DF. Characteristics of University of Florida Family Medicine Patients Frequently Readmitted to the Hospital in 2016. Presented at: American Public Health Association Annual Meeting; November 2017; Atlanta, GA.
  22. Carek PJ. Patients Frequently Readmitted to the Hospital: How do They Compare to Other Hospitalized Patients and Do They Change over Time. Presented at: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Practice Improvement; November 2017; Louisville, KY.
  23. Carek PJ. RN-Health Coach Intervention to Decrease ED Use in a Cohort of Frequent ED Users. Presented at: Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Practice Improvement; November 2017; Louisville, KY.
  24. Stacey J, Nall R, Hatch RL Harrell JG. Impact of a novel interprofessional experience on student attitudes. 43rd Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education,  Anaheim, CA February 2017 (poster)
  25. Hatch RL, Rubin D, Nall R, Rabaza C. Do faculty rate continuity students differently than regular students? 43rd Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education, Anaheim, CA February 2017 (15 minute paper presentation).
  26. Hatch RL, Rubin D Harrell JG, Reed A, Lynch K. Can EPA 4 (Order Writing) be taught on Family Medicine Clerkships?  43rd Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education,  Anaheim, CA February 2017 (45 minute seminar presentation).
  27. Hatch RL, Wah RM. Stay Young, Stay Fit, Avoid Burnout. Invited presentation at AMA Senior Physicians Section meeting, Orlando, Fl, November 2016.
  28. Agana DF. Characteristics of Emergency Department Utilizers of UF Department of Community Health and Family Medicine in 2014-2015. Epidemiology Congress of the Americas, Miami FL, June 2016
  29. Porter M, Blanc B, Listhaus A, Shuster J, Carek P. Referral rate in a Family Medicine Residency Clinic: How Does it Compare? Roundtable discussion at STFM in Minneapolis, MN. May 2016.
  30. Carek P, Lombardi J, Malaty J, Porter M, Samraj G.Impact of Weekly Multidisciplinary Readmissions Rounds on Readmission Rate. Seminar presentation at STFM in Minneapolis, MN. May 2016
  31. Hatch R, Fe Agana D, Carek P, Porter M, Rubin D. Job Satisfaction Among Academic Family Physicians. Works in progress presentation at STFM in Minneapolis, MN. May 2016
  32. Porter M, Agana DF, Carek P, Hatch RL, Rubin D. Family Medicine Clerkship Directors? Views and Actions on Medical Students? Impressions of Family Medicine: A CERA Study. 49th STFM Annual Spring Conference, Minneapolis, MN April 2016
  33. Agana DF, Porter M, Carek P, Hatch RL, Rubin D. Job Satisfaction Among Academic Family Physicians. 49th STFM Annual Spring Conference, Minneapolis, MN April 2016
  34. Hatch RL, Rubin D, Nall R, Stacey J, Harrell JG, Laibstain S. Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs): Using Family Medicine Clerkships to Teach Essential Skills. 42nd Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education,  Phoenix, AZ, January 2016 (45 minute seminar presentation).
  35. Oyola S, Sierpina V, WinklerPrins V, Michelfelder A, Schumann SA, Bradner M, Minor S, Hatch RL, Chao J. Best Practices for Preparing and Assessing our Clerkship Students: How do Multiple Choice Exams Fit into the Big Picture? 42nd Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education,  Phoenix, AZ, January 2016 (90 minute symposium).
  36. Hatch RL, Rosenberg E, Rubin D, Zirulnik A, Stacey J. Impact of a clerkship-based patient safety curriculum. 42nd Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education,  Phoenix, AZ, January 2016 (15 minute paper presentation).
  37. Pollard C, Hatch RL, ZirulniK A. Medical students make an impact on patient safety.  42nd Annual Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Conference on Medical Student Education,  Phoenix, AZ, January 2016 (poster)