I am a native of East Tennessee by way of Kingsport and I currently reside in Johnson City. I hold three degrees from ETSU including an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership as well as B.S. and M.A. degrees in Experimental Psychology. (Go Bucs!) I joined the Department of Family Medicine in January of 2006. Prior to accepting a faculty position in July 2013, I worked as Research Coordinator for the department. My research interests are broad and include health disparities, health policy, medical school practice outcomes, quality improvement, and social media and higher education. I have a passion for research and enjoy mentoring fellow faculty, residents, and students in research methods and statistics. My husband, Charlie, and I have a young son who keeps us on our toes. I'm an avid reader and enjoy boating and other outdoor activities, gaming with friends and family, and anything and everything related to frogs. If you'd like to speak with me about research, statistics, or frogs, you can email me at email@example.com.
Tudiver, F, Click, IA, Ward P, Basden, JA. Evaluation of a quality improvement curriculum for family medicine residents. Family Medicine, 45(1), 19-25, 2013.
Papers, Abstracts, and/or Poster Presentations
Regional and National
Basden JA, Click IA, Tudiver F. Does structured quality improvement training for residents increase QI in practice? STFM Annual Spring Conference; May 2013; Baltimore, MD.
Stockwell GF, Harris EE, Gilreath JD, Click IA. Developing a role-specific 360 evaluation. STFM Annual Spring Conference; May 2013; Baltimore, MD.
2012Papers, Abstracts, and/or Poster Presentations
Click IA, Flores E. Rose D. Focused anticoagulation service in family medicine residencies. Conference on Practice Improvement; November 2012; Greenville, SC.
Click IA, Woodside J. The Healer's Art course. An opportunity for medical students' reflections on self-care. 33rd Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine; September 2012; Chicago, IL.
Tudiver F, Click IA, Basden JA. A new model for assessing teaching quality improvement to family medicine residents: Does it work? STFM Annual Spring Conference; April 2012; Seattle, WA.
Click IA, Basden JA, Tudiver F. A multidimensional study of no-show rates in a family medicine residency program. Primary Care and Prevention Research Day; February 2012; Johnson City, TN.
2011Papers, Abstracts, and/or Poster Presentations
Tudiver F, Click IA, Basden JA, Strom JH. Three years teaching quality improvement to family medicine residents: Does it work? Family Medicine Forum; November 2011; Montreal, QC, Canada.
Papers, Abstracts, and/or Poster Presentations
Tudiver F, Basden JA, Click, IA. Bringing family medicine residents into the future: Integrating evidence-based quality improvement into a family medicine residency. Family Medicine Forum; November 2010; Vancouver, BC, Canada
Lennon-Dearing R, Florence J, Garrett L, Click IA, Abercrombie S. A rural community-based interdisciplinary curriculum: A social work perspective. Soc Work Health Care. 2008; 47: 93-107.Papers, Abstracts, and/or Poster Presentations
Tudiver F, Ferguson KP, Wilson JL, Kukulka G, Smith MK, Click IA. Enhancing research in a family medicine program: Strategy, process, and results. Health Resources and Services Administration Primary Health Care All-Grantee Meeting; February 2008; National Harbor, MD.
2007Papers, Abstracts, and/or Poster Presentations
Kemp E, Floyd M, McCord-Duncan E, Bailey B, Click IA, Gorniewicz J. IPV Detection Strategies. 28th Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine; September 2007; Chicago, IL.
Floyd M, Kemp E, McCord-Duncan E, Bailey B, Click IA , Gorniewicz J. IPV Detection Strategies. Primary Care Research Day; September 2007; Johnson City, TN.
Floyd M, Kemp E, Bailey B, Click IA, McCord-Duncan E. Development of an Intimate Partner Violence Detection Strategy for Men. International Conference on Communication in Healthcare; October 2007; Charleston, SC
Floyd M, Kemp E, McCord-Duncan E, Bailey B, Click IA. The development of an intimate partner violence detection strategy for men. Community Connections: Using Research Results to Reduce Health Disparities; June 2007; Wintergreen, VA.
2006Papers, Abstracts, and/or Poster Presentations
Stephens M, Fox BA, Click I A, Kukulka G. Frequency of drug interactions among primary care patients at a family medicine residency clinic. Primary Care Research Day; September 2006; Johnson City, TN.
Floyd M, Kemp E, Stockwell G, Click IA. The extent of symptoms of depression among patients seeking primary care treatment in three family medicine residency clinics. Primary Care Research Day; September 2006; Johnson City, TN.
Daugherty RA, Bailey B, Click IA. Pregnancy and depression in Appalachia: Implications for depression screening during the prenatal and postpartum periods of pregnancy. Primary Care Research Day; September 2006; Johnson City, TN.
Medical School Practice Outcomes
Social Media and Higher Education