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Research Division

Family Medicine

For Faculty

 

 

July 1, 2017 thru June 30, 2018

Faculty names are bolded, resident and medical student names are underlined.

 

Peer Reviewed Publications - 21

 

1.      Agarwal P, Wood DL, Hall J, Bailey B. Factors associated with maternal drug use and the severity of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome. In press, International J Child Adol Health. 

2.      Bailey BA, Janisse J, McCook J, Sokol RJ. The potential double whammy of cigarette smoking and SSRI use during pregnancy: Reduced infant weight and length. In press, Neurotoxicology and Teratology.

3.      Bailey BA, Wood DL, Justice NA, Shah D. Smoking during pregnancy as a risk factor for development and severity of neonatal abstinence syndrome severity among newborns prenatally exposed to opioids. Submitted, Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine.

4.      Bailey BA. By when do I have to quit? Could I just cut down some? Evidence to help inform difficult questions in pregnancy smoking interventions. Submitted, Nicotine and Tobacco Research.

5.      Bailey BA. Pregnancy alcohol screening and detection in rural primary care. Submitted, Southern Medical Journal.

6.      Burchette J, Click IA, Johnson L, William SA, Morgan BT. Relationship of patient self-administered COPD Assessment Test (CAT) to physician standard of assessment of COPD in a family medicine residency-training program. JABFM. Submitted April 2018. 

7.      Calhoun M, Gilreath J, Bockhorst P, White K, Bailey BA. Improving transition from hospital to home: evaluation of an innovative transitions of care. Submitted, Annals of Family Medicine.

8.      Chadwick C, Brinkley-Rubinstein L, Mann A, McCormick M. Experiences of HIV Stigma in rural Southern religious settings. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health. Under review.

9.      Click IA, Basden JA, Bohannon JM, Anderson H, Tudiver F. Opioid prescribing in rural family practices: A qualitative study. Substance Use & Misuse. 2018;53(4):533-540. doi:10.1080/10826084.2017.1342659.

10.  Click IA, Mann AK, Johnson L, Buda M, Rahimi-Saber A, Schultz A, Shelton KM. An integrated approach to teaching transgender health to medical students. Family Medicine. Submitted June 2018.

11.  Diko S, Guiahi M, Carlson NA, Reeves S, Bailey BA, Hurt J. Prevention and management of severe obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS): A national survey of nurse midwives. Submitted, Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health.

12.  Donnelly M, Moore L, Bailey BA, Bol K, Julian C. Altitude of maternal residence predicts birthweight in a population-based sample. Submitted, American Journal of Public Health.

13.  Hagemeier NE, Click IA, Flippin H, Gilliam H, Basden JA, Carico R. Pharmacists’ and prescribers’ Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) prevention behaviors. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy. 2018;40(1):20-25. doi:10.1007/s11096-017-0573-9.

14.  Heiman D. American Academy of Family Physicians Recommended Curriculum Guidelines for Family Medicine Residents, AAFP Reprint No. 265 Musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine. AAFP Web site. http://www.aafp.org/dam/AAFP/documents/medical_education_residency/program_directors/Reprint265_Musculo.pdf  Reviewed and revised in 2008, 2013 and 2017.  Accessed March 14, 2018.

15.  Hobdy D, Huffaker K, Bailey B. Comprehension of pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence in Southern Appalachian women. Southern Medical Journal. 2018;111:18-22.

16.  Kaniuka A, PughKC, Jordan M, Brooks BD, Dodd J, Mann AK, Williams SL, Hirsch JK. Stigma and suicide risk among the LGBTQ population: Conditional indirect effects of depressive and anxiety symptoms and connectedness to the LGBTQ community. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health. Under Review.

17.  Owusu D, Pan Y, Quinn M, Bailey B, Wang K. Statistical analysis of alcohol and illicit drug use with the prevalence of asthma in U.S. adults: Results from the 2011, 2012, and 2013 National Survey on Drug Use and Health. In press, Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.

18.  Polaha J, Click IA, Cross LB, Welch A, Hess R, Burchette J.  A mock field placement interview to assess an interprofessional education program for foundational learners. Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice. Submitted April 2018. 

19.  Polaha J, Cross LB, Hess R, Welch A, Tolliver S. Interprofessional education with foundational health professions students. In preparation.

20.  Polaha J, Schetzina K, Baker M, & Morelen D. Adoption and reach of parent management interventions in pediatric primary care. Families, Systems, & Health, under review.

21.  Tolliver RM, Polaha J, Williams SL, Studts CR. Evaluating the prevalence of child psychosocial concerns in rural primary care. Journal of Rural Mental Health. Under review.

 

Other Publications/ Book Chapters

 

1.       Florence JA, Flores E. Hypoglycemia – Diabetic. In Domino FJ (Ed.) The 5-Minute Clinical Consult 2016, 25th Ed. Philadelphia; Wolters Kluver, https://5minuteconsult.com/collectioncontent/1-151751/diseases-and-conditions/hypoglycemia-diabetic?guestAccessKey=ce58f29a-dcc9-43cc-8b84-f9fcc319e1c5

2.       Florence JA, Gerayli F. Dermatitis, Stasis. In Domino FJ (Ed.) The 5-Minute Clinical Consult 2016, 25th Ed. Philadelphia; Wolters Kluver, pp 300-302 updated https://5minuteconsult.com/collectioncontent/1-151580/diseases-and-conditions/dermatitis-stasis?guestAccessKey=d2a6d668-1dfa-41ba-9243-5b5b46e648c6

3.       Florence JA, Johnson L. Varicose Veins. In Domino FJ (Ed.) The 5-Minute Clinical Consult 2016, 25th Ed. Philadelphia; Wolters Kluver, pp 1106-1107. Updated https://5minuteconsult.com/collectioncontent/1-153151/diseases-and-conditions/varicose-veins?guestAccessKey=411612e5-e9c7-4db0-a720-6875d9434a16

4.       Holt J and Gerayli F.  Prostate Cancer Screening. In Irwin G and Mayans L, eds.  Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice in Urology.  In process, 2018.

 Presentations:

National Scientific Meetings - 37

1.       Bailey BA, McCook JG. Should our approach for reducing poor birth outcomes differ in urban and rural populations? Presented at Sigma Theta Tau International's 28th International Nursing Research Congress, Dublin, Ireland. July 2017.

2.       Bailey BA, Wood DL, Justice N. How well are we determining which newborns need to be monitored for the development of neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS)? Presented at the Society for Reproductive Investigation annual meeting, March 2018, San Diego, CA.

3.       Bailey BA, Wood DL, Justice NA, Shah D. Smoking during pregnancy as a risk factor for development and severity of neonatal abstinence syndrome severity among newborns prenatally exposed to opioids. Presented at the Teratology Society annual meeting, June 2018, Clearwater, FL.

4.       Bailey BA, Wood DL, Justice NA. Smoking during pregnancy as a risk factor for neonatal abstinence syndrome severity among newborns prenatally exposed to medication assisted therapy for opioid addiction treatment. Presented at the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco annual meeting, February 2018, Baltimore, MD.

5.       Bailey BA. Evidence to help inform difficult questions in pregnancy smoking interventions. Presented at the Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine annual meeting, January 2018, Dallas, TX.

6.       Bailey BA. Pregnancy alcohol screening and detection in rural primary care. Presented at the Research Society on Alcoholism annual meeting, June 2018, San Diego, CA.

7.       Bailey BA. Prospectively collected research data vs data extracted from the electronic medical record to determine smoking behavior during pregnancy. Presented at the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco annual meeting, February 2018, Baltimore, MD.

8.       Bockhorst P, Lawrence A, Calhoun M, Buselmeier W, Harris E, Gilbert-Green J, Gilreath J. How We Close the Gaps: Our Interprofessional Team Approach to Meeting Quality Measures. Lecture Presentation at STFM Conference on Practice Improvement 2017, Louisville, KY, December, 2017.

9.       Briggs M, Johnson L, Polaha J, Blackwelder R, Heiman D. Leveraging  informatics to change provider billing behavior in a family medicine clinic.  Poster presented at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Practice Improvement Conference. Louisville, KY, December 2017.

10.   Brummel M, Bockhorst P. Preparing and assessing the readiness of residents to enter osteopathically recognized training. Society for the Teaching of Family Medicine, Washington DC, May 2018.

11.   Cusick-Lewis J, Ahrns  H, Holt J, Sieverling E, Verdieck-Devlaeminck A.  Lessons on Using and Teaching Dermoscopy.  Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Symposium.  Washington, D.C.  May 2018.

12.   Dodd J, Mann A, Morelen D, Caselmann G. Percieved Discrminiation predicts health risk behaviors and subjective health in rural Appalachian College Students. Society for Behavioral Medicine Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA. April 2018.

13.   Fischkoff K, Panzer O, Hixson C.  Introduction to Balint Groups: A Method for Increasing Empathy and Resilience While Reducing Burnout Among Surgical Residents.  Presentation, Seminar, and Debriefing Workshop at the Surgical Education Week of the Association for Surgical Education 2018 Annual Meeting, Austin, Texas, May, 2018.

14.   Florence C, Florence J. Rural community water fluoridation – A tale of controversy. National Rural Health Association Annual Rural Health Conference, New Orleans LA, May 2018.

15.   Florence JA. Rural Community Water Fluoridation – A Tale of Resolution. National Rural Health Association’s 41st Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA, May 2018.

16.   Florence JA. Rural Programs Across Generations - An International Interprofessional Curriculum, Tour of Rural Medical Education 2018, New Orleans, LA, May 2018.

17.   Florence JA. The ETSU Experience. Rural Medical Educators Conclave, Bozeman, MT, February 2018

18.   Fox BA. GME funding in a community medical school. Round table topic presentation at Association of Departments of Family Medicine, Washington, DC, February 2018.

19.   Harris E, Bockhorst P, Buselmeier W, Burchette J, Calhoun M. Medical Student Satisfaction in Collaborative Inpatient Education. Poster Presentation at STFM Conference on Medical Student Education 2018, Austin, TX, February 2018.

20.   Henninger MW, McAdams M, Clements AD, Rothman EF, Bailey BA. Intimate partner violence victimization and opioid use by pregnant women in rural Appalachia: A cross-sectional analysis. Symposium presentation at the Society of Behavioral Medicine annual meeting, April 2018, New Orleans, LA.

21.   Hinkle A, Hopkins A, Conner P. Measuring parental response to the institution of pediatric, nutrition, weight, and exercise educational handouts for parents.  Poster Presentation at AAFP Family Medicine Experience (FMX), San Antonio, TX, September 2017.

22.   Hixson C, Gilreath J, Morgan T, Buselmeier W, Lawrence A. Making Time to Nurture Physician Resiliency: Overcoming Barriers to Initiating Balint Seminars in Your Residency. Scholarly Topic Roundtable Presentation at STFM Annual Spring Conference 2018, Washington, DC, May, 2018.

23.   Mann A, Fredrick E, Job S, Brooks B, Williams S. Building electronic bridges to hard to reach populations. Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Pittsburgh, PA. June 2018.

24.   Mann AK, Click I, Buda M, Rahimi-Saber A, Schultz A, Lee K, Johnson L. Healthcare providers’ attitudes and knowledge about transgender patients. Society for the Psychology of Women Conference; Miami, FL, June 2018.

25.   Metzger K, Ham J, Schafer A, Polaha J. Resident training in primary care management of knee osteoarthritis.  American Association of Orthopedic Executives, Orlando, FL, April, 2018.

26.   Miller J, DeCastro A, Heiman D, Petrizzi M. Milestones in Musculoskeletal Medicine: The Knee and Shoulder Exams.  Society of Teachers of Family Medicine 51st Annual Spring Conference, Washington, DC, May, 2018.

27.   Polaha J, Cross B. Teaming Up in Primary Care: Sustainable Models in the Real World. Paper presented at the Bi-Annual meeting of Collaborating Across Borders-IV. Banff, Canada, October, 2017.

28.   Polaha J, Johnson L, Wykoff M, Montgomery J, Peace S, Sloan D, Blackwelder R. Champion teams: An implementation strategy to drive practice improvement. Presentation at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Practice Improvement Conference. Louisville, KY, December, 2017.

29.   Porter AC, Gumina D, Bok R, Bailey B, Hobbins J, Hurt KJ. Metabolomic markers of pathologic small for gestational age: Identification of constitutionally small low risk fetuses. Presented at the Society for Reproductive Investigation annual meeting, March 2018, San Diego, CA.

30.    Shirley K, Smith M, Denton K, Brandt B, Click I, Gravel J. Social determinants of health in rural Tennessee clinics. National Rural Health Association Annual Rural Health Conference; May 2018; New Orleans, LA.

31.   Stephens R, Clements AD, Hoots V, Bailey B. The relationship between breastfeeding practices and postpartum depressive symptoms in Appalachian women. Presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine annual meeting, April 2018, New Orleans, LA. 

32.   Stephens T, Polaha J, Cross B. Creating an Interprofessional Code of Ethics. Paper presented at the Bi-Annual meeting of Collaborating Across Boarders-IV. Banff, Canada. October, 2017.

33.   Stockwell G, Carter A, Huber A, Kahle K, Fleenor K, Flack G, Polaha J. Noon conference revitalization using a Champion Team.  Poster presentation. Society for the Teaching of Family Medicine, Washington DC, May 2018.  

34.   Stubbs B, Clements AD, Bailey B. An exploration of whether religiousness predicts eating behaviors, weight concerns, or weight gain in pregnancy. Presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine annual meeting, April 2018, New Orleans, LA.

35.   Tolliver RM, Thibeault D, Jaishankar G, Schetzina K, Polaha J. Linking families to resources: Assessing social determinants of health in pediatric primary care via the TEAM care screener. Poster presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association Conference, Houston, TX, October, 2017.

36.   Tuell DS, Jaishankar G, Click I, Fox B, Polaha J. Lone ranger or pit crew? Evaluating the impact of a team-based care curriculum for pediatric residents. Presented at the Association of Pediatric Program Directors. Atlanta, GA, March, 2018.

37.   Veerman R, Johnson L, Polaha J, Flack G, Goodman M, McAllister L, Williams A. A test of interventions to address immunizations rates in a family medicine clinic.  Poster presented at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Practice Improvement Conference. Louisville, KY. December 2017.

 

Invited National- 18

1.      Bailey B. American Diabetes Association Annual Scientific Meeting – “Gestational diabetes and depression: Co-occurrence, prediction, later complications, and intervention” – Speaker for Unrecognized (Occult) Metabolic Conditions in Women with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus that Predict Metabolic Complications Later in Life Symposium – Orlando, FL, June 2018.

2.      Bailey B. Appalachian Summit on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome – Keynote Speaker, Duke University Endowment, Asheville, NC, November 2017.

3.      Bailey B. Mountain Children’s Network – Quarterly Meeting Pediatric Grand Rounds Speaker – Asheville, NC, November 2017.

4.      Bailey B. National Institutes of Health, Interagency Coordinating Committee on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders – Expert Panelist Presentation on current state of the field and funding needs – Bethesda, MD, November 2017.

5.      Bailey B. Ohio River Valley Addiction Consortium First Annual Conference, Evidence Based Research on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome – Keynote on Building a Research Collaborative, Northern Kentucky University, Newport, KY, November 2017.

6.      Bailey B. State of Tennessee Legislature Joint Committee on Education – “The impact of drug use and prenatal drug exposure on learning in children and adolescents” – Nashville, TN, February 2018.

7.      Bailey B. Tennessee Department of Health, Biennial Regional Training Meetings, Lead Trainer on Smoking Cessation – Knoxville, Nashville, and Memphis, TN, October 2017.

8.      Bailey B. University of Colorado, Rocky Mountain Regional Obstetrics and Gynecology Research Retreat – Session Leader, Invited Speaker - Aurora, CO, October 2017.

9.      Click I. LGBTQ+ Health Advocacy. Justice and Advocacy for Health in Tennessee; Nashville, TN. February 2018

10.  Funderburk J, Polaha J. The primary care behavioral health model: Current state of the evidence. Presented as a national webinar to the Society of Behavioral Medicine. January, 2018.

11.  Manson L, Meadows T, Polaha J, Trane, S., Tolliver RM, Dixson A, Austen J, Quinn H, Pickowitz S. Toolkit for PCBH in Pediatric Primary Care. Three-hour preconference training workshop presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association, Houston, TX, October, 2017.

12.  Polaha J, Funderburk J, Studts T, Manson L, Mauksch L, Smith JD, Sunderji N, Vosvick M. Shark tank: Clinician innovators to clinician scientists.  Invited plenary presentation at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association Annual Conference. Houston, TX. October, 2017.

13.  Polaha J, Funderburk J, Sunderji N. Works in Progress. Invited commentary to be presented at the Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Care Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada, May, 2018.

14.  Polaha J, Funderburk J. Shark tank: Competition to Evaluate Collaborative Care. Invited plenary presentation at the Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Care Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada. June, 2018.

15.  Polaha J. ADHD for Integrated Care. Presented to health care professionals at St. Luke’s Health System. Webinar. February, 2018.

16.  Polaha J. Champion teams to do QI in primary care. Webinar for practices participating in PHiiT, Pediatric Health Improvement Initiative for Tennessee. March, 2018.

17.  Polaha J. Invited as commentator for four quality improvement presentations during the conversation.  Toronto, Canada. June, 2018. Works in Progress

18.  Polaha J. Start ‘em young: A study of interprofessional education outcomes in first-year health professions students.  National webinar presented for the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association. May, 2018.

 

Local Presentations - 29

 

1.      Allred D, Helmly L, Stoltz A.  Improving coding behaviors among physicians in a rural Family Medicine residency program. East Tennessee State University Appalachian Student Research Forum, Johnson City, TN, April 2018.

2.      Blackwelder R. Practical Approach to EKG Interpretation. ETSU Primary Care Conference; Johnson City TN, March, 2018.

3.      Bridges C, Johnson L, Polaha J. Overcoming barriers to end of life planning for residents in primary care. Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum. East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN, April, 2018. ** second place winner

4.      Brummel M. Bring some dysfunction. Presented at ETSU OMT teleconference, Kingsport, TN, September 2017.

5.      Brummel M, Schmitz T. Ankle Injuries. Presented at ETSU OMT teleconference, Kingsport, TN, April 2018.

6.      Buda M, Rahimi-Saber A, Schultz A, Shelton KM, Johnson L, Mann A, Click I. Transgender medicine integrated grand rounds: Are medical students receiving enough education to competently care for our patients? Appalachian Student Research Forum; Johnson City, TN, April 2018.

7.      Buselmeier W, Calhoun M, Gilreath J, Porambo M, Nelson A, Polaha J. Team Care for Complex Patients: A Preliminary Report. Lecture Presentation at ETSU’s Regional Conference for Complex Patients, Johnson City, TN, March, 2018.

8.      Chan AY, Kwak G, Simberloff T, Witt A, Hawkins SE, Click I. Mental health intervention strategies for youth in rural Northeast Tennessee. Appalachian Student Research Forum; Johnson City, TN, April 2018.

9.      Dave H, King C, Jones C, Stoltz A. Spirometry and improving clinical decision making in reactive airway diseases. East Tennessee State University Appalachian Student Research Forum, Johnson City, TN, April 2018.   

10.  El-Awar A, Hollis J, Stoltz A. Improving annual screening for lung cancer in targeted adult populations in a Family Medicine residency. East Tennessee State University Appalachian Student Research Forum, Johnson City, TN, April 2018.              

11.  Farmer C, Dave H, Sumpter Z, Stoltz A. Outpatient evaluation & management billing and coding: Development of enduring curriculum for PGY1 resident education in a rural Family Medicine practice. East Tennessee State University Appalachian Student Research Forum, Johnson City, TN, April 2018.

12.  Florence JA. County Health Rankings & Roadmaps: Igniting Action in Rural Communities, moderator, RHAT Conference, Pigeon Forge, TN, Nov 2017,

13.  Florence JA. Transitioning from Medical School to Residency: Things You Need to Know. Harrogate.  Harrogate TN, August, 2017.

14.  Fox BA. Adult Diseases in Pediatrics. Presented at Tennessee Academy of Family Physicians 69th Annual Scientific Assembly in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, October 2017.

15.  Garner C, Jones C, Stoltz A. Improving knowledge of hepatitis C screening guidelines among a population of Family Medicine residents. East Tennessee State University Appalachian Student Research Forum, Johnson City, TN, April 2018.

16.  Garner C, Stoltz A. Improving male vaccine uptake for human papilloma virus in a Family Medicine residency program. East Tennessee State University Appalachian Student Research Forum, Johnson City, TN, April 2018.

17.  Heiman D. Pre-Participation Examinations.  Regional Health Department. Johnson City, TN, October 26, 2017.

18.  Holt J, Cusick-Lewis J. Dermoscopy Workshop. Tennessee Academy of Family Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly, Gatlinburg, TN, October, 2017.

19.  Holt J, Metzger K, Mizell B, Ross J, Sheldon-Deuser S, Spencer L, Stone K, Veerman R.  MIPS Scenarios.  John Sevier Chapter of the Tennessee Academy of Family Physicians,  Johnson City, TN, February 2018.

20.  Holt J. Dermoscopy Workshop. Presented at ETSU Primary Care Conference, Johnson City, TN, March 2018.

21.  Holt J. End-of-Life Scenarios. Presented at ETSU Primary Care Conference, Johnson City, TN, March 2018.

22.  Patel A, Johnson L, Briggs M, Veerman R, Polaha J. Increasing pneumonia and influenza vaccines in a family medicine residency training setting.  Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum. East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN, April, 2018.   **second place winner

23.  Polaha J. Gun violence prevention in pediatric practice. Pediatric- Psychiatric Collaborative Meeting. Department of Psychiatry, ETSU. Johnson City, TN. January, 2018.

24.  Polaha J. Implementation Science for Pediatrician Innovators. ETSU Pediatrics Grand Rounds. Johnson City, TN. January, 2018.

25.  Schafer AM. Ultrasound for the primary care physician:  Soft tissue and Long bones.  Presented at 22nd Annual Louis A. Cancellaro Primary Care Conference.  Johnson City, TN, Marth 2018.

26.  Schultz A, Buda M, Rahimi-Saber A, Lee RK, Mann A, Johnson L, Click I. Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of East Tennessee medical providers towards transgender patients. Appalachian Student Research Forum; Johnson City, TN, April 2018.

27.  Smith M, Bradt B, Shirley K, Florence JA. What Makes Us Healthy? Rural Health Association of Tennessee, Pigeon Forge, TN, November, 2017.

28.  Whitted B, Morris V, Wells V, Brooks B, Thibeault D, Tolliver M, Jaishankar G, Polaha J, Schetzina K. A team care screener to address social determinants of health in pediatric primary care. Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum. East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN, April 2018.

29.  Witt A, Florence JA, Ivy Click IA, Jose Velasco J, Morgan T. Water Source Stewardship in a Rural Community. Poster presented at Rural Health Association of Tennessee (RHAT ) 23rd Annual Conference Pigeon Forge, TN, November, 2017

 

 

July 1, 2016 thru June 30, 2017

Journal Articles (peer reviewed) - 15

 

1.       Hobdy D, Huffaker K, Bailey B. Comprehension of pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence in Southern Appalachian women. Submitted, Southern Medical Journal.

2.       Bailey BA, Janisse J, McCook J, Sokol RJ. The potential double whammy of cigarette smoking and SSRI use during pregnancy: Reduced infant weight and length. Submitted, Obstetrics and Gynecology.

3.       Bailey BA, Development of NAS among newborns with prenatal narcotic exposure: Using surveillance data to examine the potential role of pregnancy health problems. Submitted, Journal of Perinatology.

4.       Bailey BA. Prevention of postpartum smoking relapse: challenges, barriers and successful interventions. In press, International Journal of Women’s Health.

5.       Wang L, Southerland J, Wang K, Bailey BA, Alamian A, Stevens MA, Wang Y. Ethnic differences in risk factors for obesity among adults in California, the United States. Journal of Obesity, 2017,

6.       Gong S, Xu C, Wang L, Liu Y, Bailey B, Li Y, Wang K. Genetic association analysis of polymorphisms in PSD3 gene with obesity, type 2 diabetes, and HDL cholesterol. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, 2017, Epub ahead of print.

7.       Appareddy SN, Pryor J, Bailey BA. Inter-pregnancy interval and adverse outcomes: Evidence for an additional risk in health disparate populations. Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine, 2016, Epub ahead of print.

8.       Smith SL, Sanders GH, Chisolm TH, Frederick M, Bailey BA. Examination of individual differences in outcomes from a randomized controlled clinical trial comparing formal and informal individual auditory training programs. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 2016, 59:876-86.

9.       Click IA, Basden JA, Bohannon JM, Anderson H, Tudiver F. Opioid prescribing in rural family practices: A qualitative study. Substance Use & Misuse, in press.

10.   Hagemeier NE, Click IA, Flippin H, Gilliam H, Basden JA, Carico R. Pharmacists’ and prescribers’ Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) prevention behaviors: A preliminary analysis. Journal of Clinical Pharmacy. Submitted.

11.   Funderburk J, Polaha J. To clinician innovators: A special invitation. Families, Systems, and Health, 35(2), 105-109.

12.   Smith JD, Polaha J. Using implementation science to guide the integration of evidence-based family interventions into primary care. Families, Systems, & Health, 2017, 35(2), 125-135.

13.   Hunter CL, Funderburk JS, Polaha J, Bauman D, Goodie JL, Hunter CM. Primary Care Behavioral Health Model (PCBH) Research: Current State of the Science and a Call to Action. Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 2017 in press.

14.   Studts CR, Polaha J, Vanzyl M. Identifying unbiased items for screening preschoolers for disruptive behavior problems. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 2016, 42(4), 476-486.

15.   Holt JD.  Navigating Long-Term Care.  Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine 2017;3.  First published online March 29, 2017.

 

 

  Chapters and Curriculum Modules – 8

 

1.                   Polaha J, Click I. Conducting research in primary care settings. In Practice-Based Research: A Guide for Clinicians. Routledge, in press.

2.                   Polaha J, Funderburk J. Guest Editors: Special Issue of Families, Systems, and Health. Strategies for Evaluating Integrated Care in the Real World, 2017

3.                   Polaha J, Bishop T, Blackwelder R, Fox B, Cross B, Sloan D, Johnson L, Heiman D. Hi jinx in Charlotte: First time faculty views of the CFHA annual conference. CFHA Blog, November 2016, Charlotte, NC

4.                   Florence JA, Gerayli F. Dermatitis, Stasis. In Domino FJ (Ed.) The 5-Minute Clinical Consult 2016, 25th Ed. Philadelphia; Wolters Kluver, pp 300-302

5.                   Florence J,  Byington R. Our Roots/Our Story: Interprofessional education at East Tennessee State University, International Journal of Health Sciences Education, (2016) 3(2).  Available at: http://dc.etsu.edu/ijhse/vol3/iss2/3

6.                   Florence J. History of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. Gandhi Alumni AHA International Training Center, Alumni Education Center, Inauguration Souvenir booklet, December 14, 2016

7.                   Florence JA, Johnson L. Varicose Veins. In Domino FJ (Ed.) The 5-Minute Clinical Consult 2016, 25th Ed. Philadelphia; Wolters Kluver, pp 1106-1107.

8.                   Holt J, Herring D.  Mitral Valve Prolapse, 4th revision.  In Ebell MH, Ferenchick G, Smith M, Barry H, Slawson D, Shaughnessy A, Forsch R, Li S, Wilkes M, Usatine R, eds.  Essential Evidence.  1st ed., John Wiley and Sons, Hoboken, NJ.  Submitted June, 2017.

 

Presentations

Scientific Presentations (international or national) - 32

 

1.       Bailey BA. Prenatal marijuana exposure and visual processing in early childhood: Seemingly advanced performance may indicate a sensory processing deficit. Presented at the Teratology Society annual meeting, June 2017, Denver, CO.

2.       Bailey BA, Wood D, Clements AD, Proctor-Williams K, Boynewicz K, Trivette C, Justice N. Polydrug use and other risk factors among women receiving MAT during pregnancy: Challenges for research on health and developmental effects in infancy and beyond. Presented at the Teratology Society annual meeting, June 2017, Denver, CO.

3.       Bailey BA, Towe JT, McGrady L. Electronic cigarettes and hookah smoking: health risks for new populations or adjunct exposure for those already smoking tobacco cigarettes? Presented at the Society for Research in Nicotine and Tobacco annual meeting, March 2017, Florence, Italy.

4.       Bailey BA. By when do I have to quit? Could I just cut down some? Evidence to help inform difficult questions in pregnancy smoking interventions. Presented at the Society for Research in Nicotine and Tobacco annual meeting, March 2017, Florence, Italy.

5.       Appareddy SN, Pryor J, Bailey BA. Short inter-pregnancy and adverse outcomes: evidence for an additional health risk in disparate populations. Presented at the Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine annual meeting, January 2017, Las Vegas, NV.

6.       Bailey BA, McGrady L. “Medical” marijuana use in a state without legalization: How common is it and how do medical and recreational users differ? Presented at the North American Primary Care Research Group annual meeting, Nov 2016, Colorado Springs, CO.

7.       Schultz A, Crosnoe-Shipley L, Morgan BT, Click IA. Improving evidence-based contraceptive management among clinicians in rural Tennessee. Presented at the National Rural Health Association Annual Rural Health Conference, May 2017, San Diego, CA.

8.       Click IA, Bishop T, Polaha, J, Blackwelder R. Bailey B. Fox BA. Development and implementation of a team-based care curriculum for faculty, residents, and students. Presented at STFM Annual Spring Conference, May 2017, San Diego, CA.

9.       Johnson L, Burchette J, Click IA, Williams A. Relationship of patient self-administered COPD Assessment Test (CAT) to physician standard assessment of COPD in a family medicine residency training program. Presented at STFM Annual Spring Conference, May 2017, San Diego, CA.

10.   Sparks JA, Tugman WT,Johnson L, Click IA, Burchette JE. Relationship of patient self-administered COPD Assessment Test (CAT) to a physician standard assessment of COPD in a family medicine residency training program. Presented at the American Pharmacist Association Annual Meeting & Exposition, March 2017, San Francisco, CA.

11.   Ross A, Dinh A, Basden JA, Click IA, Hagemeier NE. Neonatal abstinence syndrome prevention behaviors among primary care prescribers, Buprenorphine prescribers, and pain management clinic directors. Presented at the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting, December 2016, Las Vegas, NV.

12.   Gogichadze N, Meparishvilli N, Polaha J. The AAQ-II translation to Georgian: A preliminary validation study. Poster presented at the Association for Contextual and Behavioral Society World Conference, June 2017, Seville, Spain.

13.   White E, Mizell B, Polaha J, Johnson L, Stewart DW, Jessee J, Zimmer G. Evidence-based heart failure management process implementation at a residency teaching family medicine clinic. Poster presented at the annual Southeastern Residency Conference, 2017, Athens, GA.

14.   Polaha J, Bishop T, Johnson L, Heiman D, Blackwelder R, Mizell B, Veerman R, Bridges C. Champion teams: An implementation strategy for building interprofessional practice in family medicine residency clinics. Work-in-progress presented at the Society for the Teaching of Family Medicine, May 2017, San Diego, CA.

15.   Schultz J, O'Donovan E, Heiman D, Mackrides P, Raguckas C, Bielak K, Abdallah A, Boyce M, Chaudhri P, Cole S, Egan K, Jenkins J, LeBeau L, Petrizzi M.  Pre-Conference Presentation: Integrating Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine into the Family Medicine Residency: An Introduction. Presented at Society of Teachers of Family Medicine 50th Anniversary Spring Conference, May 2017, San Diego, CA,

16.   Heiman D, Bishop T, Asif I, Wiederman M. Faculty Development Session: Burnout. Presented at the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine 26th Annual Meeting, May 2017, San Diego, CA,

17.   White E, Mizell B, Polaha J, Johnson L, Stewart DL, Jessee J, Sevinsky R. Evidence heart failure process implementation at a residency-teaching clinic. Poster presented at the American Society of Healthcare Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting, December 2016, Las Vegas, NV.

18.   Polaha J, Bishop T, Johnson L, Blackwelder R, Heiman D, Jaishankar G, Thibeault D. Champion teams as a mechanism for developing team care capacity. Presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association Annual Conference, October 2016, Charlotte, NC.

19.   Polaha J, Bishop T, Cordes C, Cross B, Blackwelder R, Soltis-Jarett V, Zomorodi M, Sinclair L. Interprofessional Education: A Growing Force Behind the Team Care Revolution.  Presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association Annual Conference, October 2016, Charlotte, NC.

20.   Smith SC, Polaha J, Thibeault DA, Mills DQ, Jaishankar G. Team-Based care for postpartum depression in a pediatric clinic. Collaborative Family Healthcare Association. Presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association Annual Conference, October 2016, Charlotte, NC.

21.   Polaha J, Cross LB, Click I, Fox B. Starting with patient outcomes: The development of meaningful and measureable IPE competencies from foundational through faculty.  Workshop presented at the 2016 Nexus Summit,  August 2016, Minneapolis, MN.

22.   Fox BA. A Journey of Evolution for Family Medicine Faculty. Poster presentation at Society of Teacher of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, May 2017, San Diego, CA.

23.   Florence JA. Perspectives on Advanced Cardiac Life Support Training in India from 1999 to present. Presented at the Gandhi Alumni AHA International Training Center Inauguration, Alumni Education Center, Gandhi Medical College, Hyderabad. December 2016, Telangana, India,

24.   Florence JA. The ETSU Experience. Presented at Focus Group, 2017 Rural Medical Educators Conclave, College of Community Health Sciences, The University of Alabama, March 2017, Tuscaloosa, AL.

25.   Florence JA. A Life Lived in Rural:  Reflections of a Country Doctor on the Culture of Health. Keynote address at the 3rd Annual Rural Residents Research Symposium, Graduate Medical Education Consortium of Southwest Virginia, University of Virginia at Wise, April 2017, Wise, VA.

26.   Florence JA. Incorporating EMS Training and Experiences into Required Rural Curriculum. Presented at the Tour of Rural Medical Education, 2017 Rural Medical Educators Conference, National Rural Health Association’s 40th Annual Conference, May 2017, San Diego, CA.

27.   Clarity G. It Can Wait: Splitting the orientation month.  Poster session presented at The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference, May 2017, San Diego, CA.

28.   Bockhorst P, Calhoun M, Gilreath J, Harris E, Lawrence A. Patients Satisfaction in Transitional Care. Presented at the STFM Conference on Practice Improvement, December 2016, Newport Beach, CA.

29.   Goodnight J, Conner P. Increasing Stakeholder Understanding of Workflow Processes in a Family Medicine Residency Program using Six Sigma Methodology Process Mapping. Poster presentation at AAFP FMX, September 2016, Orlando, FL.

30.   Hinkle A, Hopkins A, Click I, Conner P. Bias, Attitudes, and Knowledge of Physicians and Staff about Childhood Obesity in a Family Medicine Residency Program.  Poster presentation at AAFP FMX, September 2016, Orlando, FL.

31.   Watson J, Stoltz A, Bossaer L, Conner P. Efficacy of Implementing a Transition of Care Clinic in an Appalachian Family Medicine Clinic. Poster presentation at AAFP FMX, September 2016, Orlando, FL.

32.   Verdieck-Devlaeminck A, Holt J, Usatine R.  Dermoscopy in Family Medicine.  Presented at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Symposium, San Diego CA, May 2017.

 

Presentations (Regional and Local) -  23

 

1.       Schultz A, Crosnoe-Shipley L, Morgan BT, Click IA. Improving evidence based practices of long acting reversible contraceptives in a rural community of Northeast Tennessee. Presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

2.       Whitted B, Morris V, Wells V, Brooks B, Thibeault D, Tolliver M, Jaishankar G, Polaha J, Schetzina K. A team care screener to address social determinants of health in pediatric primary care. Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

3.       Veerman R,Johnson L, Polaha J, Flack G, Goodman M, McAllister L, Williams A. A test of interventions to address immunizations rates in a family medicine clinic.  Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN. ** second place award winner

4.       Kubinski A, MacHue J, Ko E, McGill E, Ratajczak V, Starnes S, Polaha J, Flack G, Rose D. A first step toward a primary care obesity intervention: Identification and charting. Poster presented at the Tennessee Academy of Family Physicians, October 2016, Gatlinburg, TN.

5.       Turner A, El-Aawar A, Helmly L, Conner P. Improving physician understanding of advance directives in a family medicine residency program. Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

6.       Elam T, Conner P. Leadership training in a family medicine residency: developing a formal curriculum for resident leadership skills. Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

7.       Allred D, Webb L, Greene K, Flanary B, Conner P. Pediatric patient prevention education: improving attitudes, knowledge, and behavior in a patient-centered medical home family medicine residency. Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

8.       Cole M, Elam T, Stoltz A, Bossaer L,  Flanary B, Conner P. Encouraging breastfeeding in continuity OB patients among family medicine residents by developing breastfeeding education curriculum. Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

9.       Korrapati C, Miranda G,  Urbin T, Conner P. Effects of mindfulness meditation on stress in healthcare professionals. Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

10.   Miranda G, Cole M, Conner P. Measuring patient interest in complementary and alternative medicine in a rural/community family medicine residency program in Northeast Tennessee. Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

11.   Watson S, Webb L, Conner P. Shared Patient Perspectives: Improving Physician Empathy toward Patients with Frequent Hospital Admissions. Oral presentation at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

12.   Robinson M, Conner P. Mailing patients their medication list: does it improve office visit attendance? Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

13.   Denutsui S, Jongkind K, Appareddy S, Taylor T, Shoemaker G, Walker T, Grimsley C, Blanchett C, Kowaleski R, Click I, Dalle-Ave M. Educating Cherokee High School Students on Positive Stress Management Strategies. Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

14.   Merical B, Stannard T, DiPeri T, Velasco J. Improving type 2 diabetes knowledge in Hawkins County, TN through a community-based lecture series. Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

15.   Robinson M, Conner P. Interpreting proteinuria in pregnancy. Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

16.   Hollis J, Korrapati C, Conner P. Improving male abdominal aortic aneurysm screening rates in an Appalachian residency program. Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

17.   Florence J, Schetzina K, Crosnoe-Shipley  L,  Schultz A, Solomon J,  McCall K. An Ounce of Prevention is worth a pound of cure. Presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Rural Health Association of Tennessee, November 2016, Pigeon Forge, TN,

18.   Florence J. Town Hall Forum - Health Care Issues in Your Community. Presented at the 2017 East Regional Workshop of the Rural Health Association of TN, April 2017, Kingsport, TN.

19.   Moore J,Goodnight J. EKG Education: An Enduring Curriculum. Poster presentation at the Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2017, Johnson City, TN.

20.   Gilbert-Green P, Calhoun M. Interprofessional Practice. Presented at the TPA Winter meeting, February 2016, Nashville, TN.

21.   Holt J, Studebaker G. Pain Management SAM.  Pre-conference workshop for the Tennessee Academy of Family Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly, October 2016,  Gatlinburg, TN. 

22.   Holt J Cusick-Lewis J, MD.  Introduction to Dermoscopy.  Presented at the Tennessee Academy of Family Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly, October 2016, Gatlinburg, TN. 

23.   Holt J, Studebaker G. Pain Management SAM.”  Presented at the Alabama Academy of Family Physicians Winter Update, December 2016,  Birmingham, AL. 

 

Invited talks/Position papers – 12

1.       Blackwelder R, Cross B. Tipping Points Influencing Interprofessional Care and Education; Masterclass presentation at Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland College of Pharmacy, May 2017, Dublin, Ireland.

2.       Blackwelder R, Cross B. Tipping Points Influencing Interprofessional Care and Education; Keynote presentation at Robert Gordon University, May 2017, Aberdeen, Scotland

3.       Blackwelder R, Cross B. Tipping Points Influencing Interprofessional Care and Education. Keynote presentation at Stanford University MedEx Conference, April 2017, Palo Alto, CA.

4.       Blackwelder R. Healthcare Reform. TN Association of Physician Assistants Annual Meeting, October 2016, Gatlinburg, TN.

5.       Blackwelder R.  Practical Approach to Wellness. TN Association of Physician Assistants Annual Meeting, October 2016, Gatlinburg, TN.

6.       Blackwelder R. Practical Approach to EKG Interpretation; AAFP National Conference of Family Medicine residents and students. July 2016, Kansas City.

7.       Funderburk J, Polaha J, Sunderji N. Works in Progress: Research in Integrated Healthcare. Invited presentation at the Shared Care annual conference, Canadian collaborative practice meeting. June 2017, Ottawa, Canada.

8.       Polaha J. Gun violence prevention in pediatric practice. ETSU Pediatrics Grand Rounds. February 2017, Johnson City, TN.

9.       Polaha J. ACT for Pediatric Anxiety: When “Just Relax” Doesn’t Work. ETSU Department of Psychiatry Pediatric-Psychiatric Collaborative Meeting, January 2017, Johnson City, TN.

10.   Reitz R, Barber BE, Evers M, Migalski S, Williams SL, Polaha J. LGBTQ at CFHA: A Panel Discussion.  Opening plenary session at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association annual conference, October 2016, Charlotte, NC.

11.   Heiman D. Common Musculoskeletal Problems.  Regional Health Department. August 2016, Johnson City, TN.

12.   Urbin T. Neuroscience & Psychotherapy revisited: Why Everyone should think like a neuropsychologist. Presented at Tennessee Psychological Association Annual Meeting November 2016, Nashville TN

Peer Review Activities

Manuscripts for Scientific Journals -41

Bailey, B. – 10

American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (1)

Journal of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine (1)

Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics (2)

Nicotine and Tobacco Research (2)

Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology (1)

Inhalation Toxicology (1)

Violence and Victims (1)

Journal of Addiction Medicine (1)

Click, I - 7

Family Medicine (1)

Annals of Family Medicine (1)

Families, Systems, & Health (5)

 

Fox, B. -8

Journal of Family Practice (4)

Annals of Family Medicine (2)

Family Medicine (2)

 

Holt, J. -2

Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine (2)

 

Heiman, D. –  2

Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine (1)

Current Sports Medicine Reports (1)

 

Polaha, J - 12

Families Systems and Health (12)

 

 

Abstracts for Conferences

Polaha, J – 8

Collaborative Family Healthcare Association (8)

TN AFP Conference Committee (4)

 

 

Grants

Bailey, BA – March of Dimes Tennessee - 3 full applications (2 as primary reviewer)

 

IRB Applications

Bailey, BA – 16 research proposals

Fox, BA – 15 research proposals

 

Other

Fox, BA - Wellmont Peer Review Committee

Blackwelder, R. – Prescribers Letter, member of clinical review panel; CME webinars monthly

 

 

 

Service Activities (national, regional and local)

 

Faculty                                 Organization                                                                                      Role                                      

Bailey, Beth                        Medical IRB, Pregnancy Advocate, Device Subcom            Member

                                                ETSU Intercollegiate Athletic Committee                                               Member

                                                Appalachian Student Research Forum, Org Comte             Judge

                                                Graduate Faculty External Examiner

                                                M1/M2 Course Director Committee                                        Member

                                                EHR Vendor Committee                                                                Member

                                                Search Committees                                                                         Member

                                                Promotion and Tenure Committee                                           Member

                                                Society for Research in Nicotine and Tobacco

                                                Annual Program Committee                                                        Member

                                                APHA Annual Program Committee                                           Member

                                                March of Dimes-Tennessee Chapter                                        Member

                                                MSHA-Wellmont Merger Workgroups                                    Member

                                                NAS Research Workgroup                                                            Member

                                                Tennessee Dept. of Health                                                           Consultant

 

Bishop, Tom                       Group on Behavioral and Family STFM                                    Co-Chair

STFM Behavioral Wiki

Inter Mountain Psychological Association

Smoky Mountains Area Workforce Youth Services Committee

TN Psychological Association

                                                                                               

Blackwelder, Reid           

National               FMA Health Board of Directors

                                           CMS Learning and Action Network (LAN) Guiding Committee,

AAFP liaison

Regional:             TN Legislative Scope of Practice Taskforce, ETSU liaison

 

Local - ETSU:      IPERC steering committee

                                           

QCOM:                 QCOM Promotions Committee

                              QCOM Admissions Committee, Chair

                              Sr. Elective Committee

                                QCOM Academic leadership Council member

                             MSEC – stopped January 2017

Doctoring Task Force

                                QCOM Course director for Communications

                                Co-Chair (with Dr. Michelle Duffourc), IGR Subcommittee

                                                                                                 

 

Bockhorst, Pete                QCOM Admissions Committee                                             Member

Wellmont QM                                                                           Member

Wellmont Peer review                                                                   Member

 

 

Brummel, Mark                 QCOM Graduate Medical Education Committee                 Member

                                                AAFP National Committee                                                           Member

                                                PDW Conference                            

                                                ACOFP Conference

                                                AODME Conference

Sport Medicine Conference

                                                Osteoquad

                                                Sports Physical Day Planning and Participation

                                                Physician for Sullivan North HS Football Games

HVMC staff meetings

HVMC ETSU residency meetings

                                                HVMC physician clinical counsel meetings

 

Buselmeier, Billy               Wellmont/HVMC Dpt of Pediatrics

                                                ACO Gap Closure Project

                                                Champion Team: Noon Conferences

                                                Champion Team: Complex Patient

 

Clarity, Greg                       BRMC Service Excellence Physician Task Force                     Member

                                                Qualuable-ACO-Clinical Transformation Committee          Member

 

Click, Ivy                               CME Faculty Advisory Committee                                             Member

                                                Prescription Drug Abuse/Misuse Workgroup                       Member

                                                IPERC-Evaluation and Curriculum Sub-Coms.                       Member

                                                National Rural Track Database Committee (NHRA)            Member

                                                Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Task Force (MSHA)          Member

 

Connor, Patricia                QCOM Admissions Committee                                                   Member

MSEC

AAFP FMX

Supervision and mentoring resident scholarly activities

 

 

Culp, John                           Curriculum Integration Subcommittee of MSEC                  Member

                                                BRMC Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee                   Member

                                                BRMC Credentials Committee                                                    Member

BRMC Antibiotic Stewardship committee                              Member

 

                                                Remote Area Medical Volunteer and Team Leader

 

Florence, Joe                     Gandhi Alumni AHA International Training Center,            Consultant

Hyderabad for Telangana, India

Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR)

invitational workshop, sponsored by HRSA

 funded Collaborative for Rural Primary care Research, Education and Practice (Rural PREP)

Rural Health Association of Tennessee Board of                  moderator for session

Directors Meeting                                                                           at annual meeting

                                                VAMC Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) Professional Advisory

committee- VA Hospital

 

Fox, Beth Anne                 Division of Health Sciences Simulation Search

Committee                                                                                         Director

Graduate Medical Education Committee

GMEC Policy Review Committee                                                Member

IRB Committee                                                                                  Member

ACGME Institutional Site Visit

Electronic Health Record Update Group                                 Member

HVMC Medical Board                                                                     Member

TNAFP                                                                                                   President/

Past President

                                                TNAFP Strategic Planning Committee                                      Chair

                                                TNAFP Ad Hoc Committee for Policy Development/

                                                Research

                                                Capstone Candidate for Certified Physician Executive

                                                Foundations in Integrative Health, National Center for

                                                Integrative Primary Healthcare

                                                Wellmont Peer Review Committee                                          Chair

                                                OSHA/HIPPA Health Dept. Training

ADFM                                                                                                    Leadership Fellow

                                                SVMIC

                                                Leadership Coaching

Leadership Executive Team

Community Committee on Care Coordination

                                                ACGME/Vanderbilt Clinical Evaluation and Assessment

                                                Of Residents and Faculty Course

 

 

Gilbert-Green, Page        IPE/Communication Course

                                                Mobley Award Selection Committee

Osteoquad

Gaps Project

 

 

Gerayli, Fereshteh           CGSI (Com. On Gender and Special Issues)            Chair

                                                Work Environment Task Force                                    Member

                                                Health Fair


Harris, Erin                          Athens-Madisonville Health Fair

Tar Wars Program

 

 

Heiman, Diana                   Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors

Society of Teachers of Family Medicine

American Academy of Family Physicians

UMOJA Health Fair Planning Committee                Member

                                                Ellis Symposium Planning Meeting                           Member

                                                Southwest VA-Niswonger Pediatrics CME

                                                Planning Committee                                                       Member

                                                Tennessee Academy of Family Physicians

LRAC Committee/Library Focus Group                    Member

                                                American Medical Society for Sports Medicine

(AMSSM) Education Committee                               Member

                                                AMSSM Faculty Development Committee             Chair

                                                AMSSM Academic Interest Group                             Member

GME Committee Meetings

Project ECHO Advisory Committee

Electronic Health Record Optimization Committee

Department of Family Medicine Promotion and Tenure Committee

Mountain Home VA Graduate Medical Education Committee

Graduate Medical Education Policy Subcommittee

 

Hixson, Connie                  Balint Group research monthly meetings

                               

Holt, Jim                               Geriatrics Conference Planning Committee          Member

STFM Group on Geriatrics and Dermoscopy         Member

                                                STFM Skin Cancer curriculum writing                       Member

TNAFP Planning Committee/Assembly                   Member

TNAFB Board and John Sevier chapter                     Speaker of Congress of Delegates, and Executive Committee, Tennessee Academy of Family

Dermoscopy Interest group                                         Member

                                               

Johnson, Leigh                  IPERC                                                                                    Member

                                                Primary Care Pain Conference Committee            Member

                                                Admissions Committee                                                 Member

                                                Admissions Interviews                                                   Member

                                                Admissions Reviews                                                       Member

                                                Compliance Committee                                                 Member

                                                Recruitment Committee                                               Member

                                                Health Fairs

 

Johnson, Greg                   Civil Air Patrol:  Commander of local Tri-cities Squadron TN – 004

 

 

Lawrence, Amy                 LMU Osteoquad                                                               Recruiter

                                                HVMG OB Department                                                  Member

 

Moore, Jason                     m1/m2 Course Director

                                                Junior Clerkship Director

                                                Promotions Committee

MSEC

 

Polaha, Jodi                        Interprofessional Education and Research Committee     Member

                                                CFHA Board of Directors                                                                Member

                                                CFHA Research Committee                                                          Chair

                                                CFHA Other (conference planning, etc.)                                

                                                Healthy Children and Families Advisory Board                     Member                             

 

Stoltz, Amanda                 Resident Recruitment                                                                    Member

 

 

Stockwell, Glenda            Clinical Competency Committee                                                Member

 

Townsend, Tom                Program in Clinical Ethics, QCOM                                             

                                                National Rural Health Care Coalition                                        Member

 

Urbin, Tim                           MSED Curriculum Committee                                                     Member

                                                BFP CCC Resident Review Committee                                     Member

                                                Tennessee Psychological Association                                       Member

                                                Tennessee Board of Examiners-Psychology                          Member             

 

 

Grant Funded Project Participation

 

A.      Funded Projects – 7

Total Grant Funding to Family Medicine for Reporting Year: $735,000.00

1. Funding Source: Susan Thompson Buffet Foundation 

PI, Patient Project: Beth Bailey

Title: Comprehensive Evaluation of the South Carolina Initiative to Reduce Unintended Pregnancy

Dates: 2016-2022                                                                             

Amount Funded: $9,100,000

 

2. Funding Source: AAFP Immunization Improvement: Adult Immunization Office Champions Project

Principle Investigator(s): Leigh Johnson

Co-Investigator(s): Michelle Goodman, RN

Dates: 2016-2019

Amount Funded: $1,000

 

3. Funding Source: HRSA

Principle Investigator(s): Reid Blackwelder, Beth Bailey

Co-Investigator(s): Tom Bishop, Ivy Click, Jodi Polaha, Beth Fox, N. Anton Borja

Title: Collaborative Training in Team-Based Care in Appalachian Primary Care Practices

Dates: 2015-2020

Amount Funded: $1,741,122

 

4. Funding Source: SAMHSA, TN Department of Health

Principle Investigator: Beth Bailey

Co-Investigator(s): Tom Bishop, Tim Urbin

Title: SBIRT-TN

Dates: 2011-2017

Amount Funded: $1,900,000

 

5. Funding Source: ETSU Research Development Committee

Principle Investigator(s): McKenzie Calhoun

Co-Investigator(s): Beth Bailey

Title: Improving Transition from Hospital to Home: Evaluation of an Innovative Transitions of Care Clinic

Dates: 2016-2017

Amount Funded: $10,000

 

6. Funding Source: ETSU Research Development Committee

Principle Investigator(s): Claudia Kozinetz

Co-Investigator(s): Beth Bailey, Jodi Polaha

Title: Maternal and Child Health: Biology, Behaviors, and Environments-Resilience to Poor Health Outcomes

Dates: 2016-2017

Amount Funded: $26,646

 

7. Funding Source: March of Dimes

PI: Beth Bailey

Title: Improving Birth Outcomes in Northeast Tennessee through Community based Smoking Cessation Assistance

Dates: 2017-2019

Amount Funded: $50,000

 

 

B.      Grant Applications – Not Funded

 

Funding Source: PCORI                                                                                  PI: Bailey (20%)

Title: Substance Use Prevention and Intervention in Primary Care: Comparing Live, Remote, and Computerized SBIRT Screening and Treatment Options

Date Submitted: 12/2016 (invited from 7/2016 LOI)

Type of Grant: 3-year clinical trial                                                              Amount Requested: $1,500,000

 

Funding Source: ETSU Research Development Committee             PI: Bailey (10% in kind)

Title: Identifying predictors of neonatal abstinence syndrome and developing an opioid-exposed child cohort

Date Submitted: 2/2017

Type of Grant: Interdisciplinary                                                                  Amount Requested: $50,000

 

Funding Source: NIH/NIDA/NICHD                                                           PI: Bailey (20%)

Title: Safety and Outcome Measures of Pain Medications Used in Children and Pregnant Women

Date Submitted: 10/2016

Type of Grant: R01(PA-16-311)                                                                   Amount Requested: $2,500,000

 

Funding Source: March of Dimes                                                               PI: Bailey (10%)

Title: Prenatal narcotic exposure, neonatal abstinence syndrome, and child health and development

Date Submitted: 9/2016

Type of Grant: 3-year                                                                                     Amount Requested: $1,000,000

 

Funding Source: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation                          Co-I: Bailey (10%)

Title: Appropriate weight gain in pregnancy and infancy: Multimodal intervention in Southern Appalachia

Date Submitted: 7/2016

Type of Grant: Major Award                                                                        Amount Requested: $1,000,000

PI: David Wood, MD

 

Funding Source: NIH                                                                                       PI: Bailey (15%)

Title: Vitamin D Malabsorption and the Effectiveness of a Self-Emulsifying Vitamin D Supplement

Date Submitted: 7/2016

Type of Grant: R21                                                                                           Amount Requested: $250,000

 

 

Accordion Title

Publications

 

Journal Articles (peer reviewed) - 20

 

1.      Bailey BA. Effectiveness of a pregnancy smoking intervention: The Tennessee Intervention for Pregnant Smokers (TIPS) Program. Health Education and Behavior, 2015 Dec;42(6), 824-831, 2015. https://doi.org/10.1177/1090198115590780

 

2.      Ball MW, Nathan R, Gerayli F. Long-term response after surgery and adjuvant chemoradiation for T4 mucinous adenocarcinoma of the bladder: A case report and review of the literature. Journal of Clinical Genitourinary Cancer, 2016 Apr;14(2), e-225-227. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.clgc.2015.12.025

 

 

3.      Bishop T, Polaha J, Cordes C. On becoming transformational. The State of Interprofessional Education and Its Future. March, 2016.

 

4.      Bishop TW, Gorniewicz J, Floyd M, Odom A, Zoppi K, Tudiver F. Innovative patient-centered skills training addressing challenging issues in cancer communications: Using patient's stories that teach.  International Journal of Psychiatry. 2016 May;51(4):357-66 https://doi.org/10.1177/0091217416659272

 

5.      Click IA, Basden JA, Bohannon JM, Anderson H, Tudiver F. Opioid prescribing in rural family practices: A qualitative PBRN study. Submitted, Substance Use & Misuse. 2018 Mar 21;53(4):533-540  https://doi.org/10.1080/10826084.2017.1342659

 

 

6.      Cook CL., Polaha J., and Williams SL. Brief report: Rural parents’ perceptions of mental health services: A qualitative study. The Community Psychologist: Rural Interest Group Newsletter, 49(1), http://www.scra27.org/publications/tcp/rural.2016.

 

7.      Florence J. and Byington R. Our roots/our story: Interprofessional education at East Tennessee State University. International Journal of Health Sciences Education, 3(2). Available at: http://dc.etsu.edu/ijhse/vol3/iss2/3.2016.

 

8.      Gong S, Xu C, Wang L, Liu Y, Bailey B, Li Y, Wang K. Genetic association analysis of polymorphisms in PSD3 gene with obesity, type 2 diabetes, and HDL cholesterol. Submitted, Journal of Molecular Medicine. 2017 Apr;126, 105-114 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.diabres.2017.02.006

 

9.      Gorniewicz J, Floyd M, Krishnan K, Bishop TW, Tudiver F. Breaking bad news to patients with cancer: A randomized control trial of a brief communication skills training module incorporating the stories and preferences of actual patients. Patient Education Counseling. 2017 Apr;100(4):655-666.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pec.2016.11.008

 

10.  Gouge N, Polaha J, Rogers R, Harden A. The cost-effectiveness of pediatric primary care behavioral health. JAMA Pediatrics. Revise, Resubmit.

 

Gouge N, Polaha J, Rogers R, Harden A. Integrating Behavioral Health into Pediatric Primary Care: Implications for Provider Time and Cost. South Med J. 2016 Dec;109(12):774-778. https://doi.org/10.14423/SMJ.0000000000000564

 

 

11.  Morrison C, McCook JG, Bailey BA. First trimester depression scores predict development of gestational diabetes mellitus in pregnant rural Appalachian women. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2016;37(1):21-5. https://doi.org/10.3109/0167482X.2015.1106473

 

12.  Owusu D, Pan Y, Quinn M, Bailey B, Li Y, Wang K. Statistical analysis of alcohol and illicit drug use with the prevalence of asthma in U.S. adults: Results from the 2011, 2012, and 2013 National Survey on Drug Use and Health. Submitted, American Journal of Public Health.

 

13.  Pack RP, Hagaman A, Warfield S, Gray JA, Tudiver F, Alamian A, Hagemeier NE. Interprofessional research, training and outreach: The ETSU prescription drug abuse/misuse working group. International Journal of Health Sciences Education, 2016 Aug;3(2). https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5340271/

 

14.  Polaha J, Schetzina K, Baker K. A collaborative practice training model for pediatric primary care.  International Journal for Health Sciences Education. In Press.

 

15.  Polaha J, Williams SL, Heflinger CA, Studts CR. (2015). The perceived stigma of mental health services among rural parents of children with psychosocial concerns.  Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 40(10), 1095-1104. https://doi.org/10.1093/jpepsy/jsv054

 

16.  Smith SC, Schetzina KE, Polaha J, Baker K, Wood D. The Family Check-Up in a pediatric clinic: An integrated care delivery model to improve behaviors in the home environment.  International Journal of Child Health and Human Development, 9 (40), 00-00. 2016. https://www.questia.com/library/journal/1P3-4311923621/the-family-check-up-in-a-pediatric-clinic-an-integrated

 

 

17.  Smith SL, Sanders GH, Chislom TH, Frederick M, Bailey BA. Examination of individual differences in outcomes from a randomized controlled clinical trial comparing formal and informal individual auditory training programs. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research. 2016 Aug 1;59(4):876-86 https://doi.org/10.1044/2016_JSLHR-H-15-0162

 

18.  Wang L, Wang K, Southerland J, Bailey BA, Stevens MA, Wang Y. Ethnic differences in risk factors for obesity among adults in California in the United States.  Submitted, Annals of Epidemiology. 2017:2427483 Epub 2017 Mar 2. https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/2427483

 

19.  Wills BK, Kwan C, Bailey M, Johnson L, Allan N. Recalitrant supraventricular tachycardia: Occult albuterol toxicity due to a factitious disorder. J of Emerg Med, 2015 Oct; 49(4): 436-8. Epub 2015 Jul 7. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jemermed.2015.05.007

20.  Youssef D, Bailey BA, Manning T, Peiris AN. Is vitamin D superior to albumin in predicting length of stay and mortality in veterans of long-term care facilities? Tennessee Medicine, 1(4), 9, 2015. https://ejournal.tnmed.org/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1032&context=home

 

B.  Chapters and Curriculum Modules - 9

 

1.      Cook CL., Polaha J., and Williams SL. Brief report: Rural parents’ perceptions of mental health services: A qualitative study. The Community Psychologist: Rural Interest Group Newsletter, 2016; 49(1), http://www.scra27.org/publications/tcp/rural

2.      Florence J. and Byington R. Our roots/our story: Interprofessional education at East Tennessee State University. International Journal of Health Sciences Education, 2016; 3(2). Available at: http://dc.etsu.edu/ijhse/vol3/iss2/3.

3.      Bishop TW, Bailey BA, Urbin TA, Woodside J, Floyd M, Tudiver F. Addressing substance abuse in primary care. In Burg, MA, Oyama, O (Eds.).The Behavioral Health Specialist in Primary Care: Skills for Integrated Practice, New York, New York: Springer Publishing Company, pp 237-264, 2016.

4.      Florence JA, Gerayli F. (2015). Dermatitis, Stasis. In Domino FJ (ed.), The 5-Minute Clinical Consult-2016, 24th Ed., Philadelphia:  Wolters Kluwer, pp 300-301.

5.      Florence JA, Johnson LD. (2016). Varicose Veins. In Domino FJ (ed.), The 5-Minute Clinical Consult-2017, Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer, pp 1106-1107.

6.      Fox BA, Olsen ME. Hyperlipidemia. In Olsen, Martin, Botros, Rizk (eds.) Office Care of Women. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 453-467.

7.      Polaha J. Psychologists as scientists in integrated primary care. In Integrated Primary Care Psychology: A Curriculum for Graduate Programs.  Disseminated by APA Division 38 (Health Psychology) subcommittee on Integrated Care, 2015.

8.      Townsend T. Patient care ethics committee and consultation services in A Clinical Guide to Psychiatric Ethics, Roberts, LW (ed), Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc. 2016

9.      Bishop T, Bailey BA, Urbin TA, Woodside J, Floyd M. Addressing substance use in primary care. In: Behavioral Health Skills for Primary Care. Burg MA and Oyama O. Ed, New York, NY, US: Springer Publishing Co; 2016. ISBN: 978-0-8261-2987-1.pp. 237-264.

 

 

Presentations

 

A.    Scientific Presentations (international or national) - 23

 

1.      Bailey BA, Bishop T, McGrady L. Barriers to smoking cessation efforts in primary care:  Mental health problems, harmful substance use, chronic pain, and disability.  Presented at the North American Primary Care Research Group annual meeting, October 2015, Cancun, Mexico. Presented at the Appalachian Translational Research Network Annual Forum, October 2015, Charleston, WV (First place poster in the Senior Investigator category). Presented at the Society for Research in Nicotine and Tobacco annual meeting, March 2016, Chicago, IL.

2.      Bailey BA, Klee TE. Evaluation of physician use of the 5A’s to address pregnancy smoking: What do patients perceive and desire? Presented at the Society for Research in Nicotine and Tobacco annual meeting, March 2016, Chicago, IL.

3.      Bailey BA, McGrady L, Weatherly L.  Early substance use risk predicts substance use-related medical problems: Findings from a primary care drug and alcohol screening program.  Presented at the North American Primary Care Research Group annual meeting, October 2015, Cancun, Mexico.

4.      Bailey BA, McGrady L. Using expired air carbon monoxide to detect pregnancy smoking: Validating a cut-point and estimating smoking amount.  Presented at the Society for Research in Nicotine and Tobacco annual meeting, March 2016, Chicago, IL.

5.      Baker K, Dean R, Smith SC, Petgrave D, Rowe C, Schetzina K, Polaha J. Reach, effectiveness, and adoption of the Family Check-Up in a pediatric primary care setting in northeast Tennessee: An interprofessional collaboration. Paper presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association Annual Conference. October 2015, Portland, OR.

6.      Bishop TW, Brooks BD, Baker K, Florence J. From seedlings to a forest: Inter-professional training that transforms the health of a community in need. Poster presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association 17th Annual Conference, October 2015, Portland, OR.

7.      Clarity G. Splitting the orientation month. Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Annual Spring Meeting, May, 2016. Minneapolis, MN.

8.      Click IA, Bishop T, Moore J. Presentation Title: If feedback falls in a forest of learners, but no one hears, it is really feedback?!? Working toward a model of feedback that addresses receptivity and impacts learning. STFM MSE Conference, January, 2016, Phoenix, Arizona.

9.      Heiman D, Henehan M, Wiederman M. Faculty development: Facing feedback-failures, fears, and fixes. Presented to AMSSM 24th Annual Meeting-Faculty Development ICL. April, 2015, Hollywood, FL.

10.  Heiman D. Discussant at ACSM Clinical Case Slide Session, American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Annual Meeting, May, 2016, Boston, Massachusetts.

11.  Polaha J and Reitz R. Repurposing your 50-minute skills for the 15-minute session in primary care.  CO-EARTH/SIM Collaborative Meeting. Grand Junction, CO.

12.  Polaha J. Practice Transformations in Pediatric Primary Care. CO-EARTH/SIM Collaborative Meeting. June 2016; Grand Junction, CO.

13.  Polaha J. Making Integrated Care Meaningful and Enduring: A strategy for Success.  Healthcare Association of New York State Annual Behavioral Health Meeting, May 2016, Saratoga, NY.

14.  Lawson W, Click IA. A retrospective analysis of pregnancy and birth outcomes associated with a prenatal care outreach program for Hispanic women in rural Tennessee. National Rural Health Association Annual Rural Health Conference, May 2016; Minneapolis, MN.

15.  Stockwell GF, Click IA, Gilreath J, Harris E. Predictors of marital satisfaction in couples with at least one physician partner. STFM Annual Spring Conference, May 2016, Minneapolis, MN.

16.  Rollston R, Brehm C, Click IA. Family physicians’ knowledge of and comfort with patients’ sexual health concerns. STFM Conference on Medical Student Education; January 2016, Phoenix, AZ.

17.  Bockhorst P. PERLES for Milestone Assessment. Presented at the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, January 2016 San Diego, CA.

18.  Stroshal K, Robinson P, Polaha J. Promoting Psychological Flexibility in Primary Care: A Dissemination Platform and Therapeutic Approach. Mini-workshop presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Annual Conference. November 2015, Chicago, IL.

19.  Tudiver F, Click I. Prescriber and dispenser prescription drug abuse communication and prescribing/dispensing behaviors: A qualitative analysis. Presented at the North American Primary Care Research Group annual meeting, October 2015, Cancun, Mexico.

20.  Urbin T. The neurodevelopmental impact of trauma and the hope of epigenetics. Presented at the Tennessee Psychological Association Annual Meeting, October 2015, Nashville, TN.

21.  Sevak R, Click IA, Basden JA, Hagemeier NE. Community pharmacists’ perceptions of neonatal abstinence syndrome and opioid-based medication-assisted treatment in Northeast Tennessee. ACCP Global Conference on Clinical Pharmacy; October 2015, San Francisco, CA.

22.  Polaha J, Smith JD, Schetzina K, Smith SC. Unlocking implementation in primary healthcare. The Family Check-Up as an example.  Paper presented at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association Annual Conference, October 2015, Portland, OR.

23.  Tolliver RM, Jameson JP, Curtin L, Polaha J. A qualitative study of Appalachian employers’ perceptions of hiring psychologists.  Paper presented at the National Association of Rural Mental Health, August 2015, Honolulu, HI. 

 

 

 

B.     Scientific Presentations (regional or local) – 17

 

1.      Smithgall S, Lasher M, Lindquist D, Patel S, McCurry T, Williams A, Johnson L, Heiman D, Flores E, Bishop T, Zimmer G. Blueprint to Building a successful interprofessional transitional care clinic in a family medicine practice. Interprofessional Education (IPE) 2nd Annual Southeastern Conference, June, 2016, Asheville, NC.

2.    Hensley T, Bhimani R, Stoltz A, Conner P. Improving medication reconciliation in an Appalachian residency training clinic. Poster session presented at the East Tennessee State University Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2016; Johnson City, TN.

3.    Khan M, Sayegh N, Stoltz A, Conner P. Improving shingles vaccine awareness among residents in an Appalachian family medicine clinic. Poster session presented at the East Tennessee State University Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2016; Johnson City, TN.

4.    Marconi D, Visser J, Clarity G, Conner P. Improving emergency room throughput times at an Appalachian regional medical center. Poster session presented at the East Tennessee State University Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2016; Johnson City, TN.

5.    Sayegh N, Khan M, Stoltz A, Conner P. Improving identification of yellow flags in acute low back pain in an Appalachian resident training clinic. Poster session presented at the East Tennessee State University Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2016; Johnson City, TN.

6.    Turner A, Marconi D, Conner P. Improving maternal oxygen delivery for intrauterine fetal resuscitation at an Appalachian regional medical center. Poster session presented at the East Tennessee State University Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2016; Johnson City, TN.

7.      Watson J, Bossaer L, Stoltz, A. Efficacy of implementing a transition of care clinic in an Appalachian family medicine clinic. Poster session presented at the East Tennessee State University Appalachian Student Research Forum, April 2016; Johnson City, TN

8.      Morrell A, Dyer H, Smith C, Kuang K, Mills D, Jaishankar G,  Schetzina K, Polaha J. 201. Evaluating the feasibility of a stepped-care protocol for post-partum depression via the adoption and maintenance (cost). Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum. East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN.

9.      Dyer H, Polaha J, Smith C, Kuang K. Comparing the utilization of the PEDS and the PSC-17 screeners in a pediatric primary care clinic. Presentation to the Boland Undergraduate Research Forum. East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN. April 2016

10.  Bailey BA, Bishop T, McGrady L. Barriers to primary care smoking cessation efforts in rural Appalachia:  Mental health problems, other substance use, chronic pain, and disability.  Presented at the Appalachian Translational Research Network Annual Health Summit, October 2015, Charleston, WV.

11.  Bailey BA, Clements AD.  Postpartum smoking relapse:  The role of family in the health behavior choices of new mothers in Appalachia. Presented at the Appalachian Translational Research Network Annual Health Summit, October 2015, Charleston, WV.

12.  Bailey BA, Klee TE. Evaluation of physician use of the 5A’s to address pregnancy smoking: What do patients perceive and desire? Presented at the Appalachian Translational Research Network Annual Forum, October 2015, Charleston, WV.

13.  Bouldin B, Wigle N, Rabon JK, Thibeault D, Polaha J. The use of ecomaps to identify social determinants of mothers with postpartum depression in the ETSU Pediatric clinic. Poster presented at the Appalachian Student Research Forum. East Tennessee State University, AprilJohnson City, TN.

14.  Fox BA. Preventive Care Update (USPSTF) presented at TNAFP 67th Annual Scientific Assembly, October, 2015, Gatlinburg, TN.

15.  Goan K, Brintle J, Croteau K, Easterday J, Lawrence A, Rogers M, Fox BA. Improving Blood Pressure Control in Hypertensive Adults. Presented at TNAFP 67th Annual Scientific Assembly, October, 2015, Gatlinburg, TN.

16.  Polaha J, Bishop T, Johnson L. A Collaborative Practice Model for Behavioral Health in Primary Care.  Primary Care Conference, March, 2016, Johnson City, TN.

17.  Polaha J, Schetzina K. A collaborative Practice Model for Pediatric Primary Care. ETSU Annual Psychiatry in the Mountains, October, 2015, Johnson City, TN.

 

C.    Invited Talks – 10

 

1.      Bailey BA. ETSU Pediatrics Grand Rounds, Fall 2015

2.      Bailey BA. ETSU OB/GYN Grand Rounds, Spring 2016

3.      Bailey BA. Greene County Health Council Community Forum on Substance Abuse Oct 2015

4.      Bailey BA. Guest Lecturer, ETSU College of Nursing, Fall 2015

5.      Bailey BA. Guest Lecturer, ETSU College of Public Health , Fall 2015, Spring 2016

6.      Bailey BA. Knox County SmokeFree Conference, Nov 2015

7.      Bishop TW, Wischkaemper K. The psychology of diabetes: Management tools and interventions. Presented at Mountain Home VA, March, 2016, Johnson City, TN.

8.      Bishop TW. Supervising young people: tools and practical approaches for the journey. Presented at Walter's State Community College, April 2016, Morristown, TN.

9.      Culp J. Area Wide Senior Citizens Rally, October, 2015, Boones Creek Christian Church, Johnson City, TN.

10.  Polaha J. February, 2016. Placing the Family Check-Up in Integrated Care. ETSU Pediatrics Grand Rounds. Johnson City, TN.

 

 

 

 

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