Presentations

Conference presentations and lectures by MAHEC faculty, staff, residents, fellows and UNC School of Medicine Asheville Campus students.

2015 International, National and Regional Conferences

Names in bold indicate MAHEC employees. Please see the key at the bottom of the page for author affiliations.

Sachs VFMr. Prenatal Cards. Poster session presented at: The Annual Winter Meeting of the NC Academy of the Family Physicians; 2015 December 3-6; Asheville, NC.

Senk AMSM, Vaughan AJSM. Traumatic Knee Pain: A Case Report. Lecture presented at: the 4th Annual Carolina Sports Medicine Summit; 2015 December 1-2; Greenville, SC.

Galvin SLR, Anewalt JFMr, Curran D, Parlier ABR. Validation of the “Health Habits Assessment and Plan” tool. Paper presented at: the 43rd NAPCRG Annual Meeting; 2015 October 24-28; Cancun, Mexico.

Frayne DFM, Galvin SLR, Fagan EBFM. Economic analysis of providing uninsured pregnancy care in a family medicine setting: the benefits of also caring for the children. Paper presented at: the 43rd NAPCRG Annual Meeting; 2015 October 24-28; Cancun, Mexico.

Galvin SLR, Landis SFM, Parlier ABR, Thach SRH. Enhanced delivery of annual wellness visits using teambased care with clinical pharmacists and a licensed practical nurse. Paper presented at: the 43rd NAPCRG Annual Meeting; 2015 October 24-28; Cancun, Mexico.

Currens AOB, Papworth BSOMs. Incorporating interdisciplinary teams into the longitudinal curriculum. PeArLS presented at: the Consortium for Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (CLIC) 2015 Conference; 2015 October 4-8; Durham and Asheville, NC.

Currens AOB, Murphy AOB, Morris RGSr. Centering PregnancyTM: A longitudinal student experience. Lecture presented at: the Consortium for Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (CLIC) 2015 Conference; 2015 October 4-8; Durham and Asheville, NC.

Currens AOB, Flicker A, Berry LOBr, Papworth BSOMs.. The OB/GYN clerkship in a longitudinal curriculum: Unique challenges and opportunities. Workshop presented at: the Consortium for Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (CLIC) 2015 Conference; 2015 October 4-8; Durham and Asheville, NC.

Dowling MFM, Sundar R. Medical student participation in a team based homeless clinic. Lecture presented at: the Consortium for Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (CLIC) 2015 Conference; 2015 October 4-8; Durham and Asheville, NC.

Bernstein JSOM, Peyser B, Wood S, Drowos S, Pieratt W. The morning commute podcast: A unique opportunity for faculty development in LICs. PeArLS presented at: the Consortium for Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (CLIC) 2015 Conference; 2015 October 4-8; Durham and Asheville, NC.

Whitlock SSOM, Buie SP, Gilmer BFM. Strategies to enhance developmental teaching in longitudinal integrated clerkships. Workshop presented at: the Consortium for Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (CLIC) 2015 Conference; 2015 October 4-8; Durham and Asheville, NC.

Buie SP, Russell-Roy L. Psychiatry in a longitudinal program: Integrated setting or specialty clinic? PeArLS presented at: the Consortium for Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (CLIC) 2015 Conference; 2015 October 4-8; Durham and Asheville, NC.

Whitlock SSOM. Challenges and methods of reaching community preceptors for faculty development. PeArLS presented at: the Consortium for Longitudinal Integrated Clerkships (CLIC) 2015 Conference; 2015 October 4-8; Durham and Asheville, NC.

Hodge BFM. Outliers of the Outliers: Lessons Learned from Teaching and Engaging High-Risk Patients. Lecture presented at: I-3 Regional Collaborative Conference. October 2015. Chapel Hill, NC.

Knowlson LVOBr, Bretschneider CE, Geller E. Knowledge and Screening Practices for Pelvic Floor Disorders among Multiple Provider Specialties at an Academic Hospital. Poster presented at: the annual meeting of American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS) PDF Week; 2015 October; Seattle, WA.

Lautenschlaeger NFM, Shaker HFM. Evernote: An introduction to the design, organization and use for medical students in our longitudinal program. Lecture presented at: Consortium for Longitudinal International Clerkships (CLIC) 2015 Conference; 2015 October; Asheville, NC.

Frayne DFM, Galvin SLR, Calhoun DRS, Morgan MADM. Email for education and practice change: a “Quick Start” survey. Paper presented at: the 2015 Annual Meeting of the NC AHEC; 2015 September; Greensboro, NC.

Crane SFM, Nielson C. The patient centered EHR: evidence-based practice in using the EHR to engage patients and improve the patient/clinician care experience. Paper presented at: the 2015 Annual Meeting of the NC AHEC; 2015 September; Greensboro, NC.

Francis SOBr. Family centered cesarean delivery. Paper presented at: the 2015 Annual Meeting of the NC AHEC; 2015 September; Greensboro, NC.

Sachs VFMr. Clinica del Campo: Eventos de promocao a saude para trabalhadores rurais. Poste session presented at: 13 Congresso Brasileiro de Medicina de Familia; 2015 July 8; NatalRio Grande do Norte, Brazil.

Ray LFM. Diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis for the gynecologist. Paper presented at: the 61st Annual Clinical Meeting of the Southeastern Obstetrical and Gynecological Society Meeting; 2015 April 23-25; Asheville, NC.

Lautenschlaeger NFM, Shaker HFM. A Structured Feedback Dialogue for Medical Educators and Learners. Paper presented at: the 48th Society of Teachers in Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference; 2015 April; Orlando, FL.

Page C, Steiner J, Fagan EBFM, Beste J, Jones GFM, Rosenbaum D, Barham A, Cole A, Kapoor S, Steinbacher E. There’s an App for That: Piloting Mobile Medical Milestones in Eight North Carolina Residency Programs. Paper presented at: the 48th Society of Teachers in Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference; 2015 April; Orlando, FL.

Johnson TFM, Cranstoun LFMr, Hodge BFM. Personal and Professional Timeout: A Lifestyle of SelfReflection on Four Ascending Levels of Satisfaction and a Key to Milestone Professional 4 and Burnout Prevention. Paper presented at: the 48th Society of Teachers in Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference; 2015 April; Orlando, FL.

Lautenschlaeger NFM, Shaker HFM, Kaderli BFMr, Holt HFMr. Evernote: A How-to Guide to Make, Design, Organize, and Use in Residency Education. Paper presented at: the 48th Society of Teachers in Family Medicine Annual Spring Conference; 2015 April; Orlando, FL.

Buys EOB. Physician burnout. Paper presented at: The 61st Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Obstetrical and Gynecological Society; 2015 April 23-25; Asheville, NC.

Sigmon KOB. Diagnosis and treatment of vulvodynia – what every gynecologist should know. Presented at: The 61st Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Obstetrical and Gynecological Society; 2015 April 23-25; Asheville, NC.

Sigmon KOB. The difficult itch. Presented at: The 61st Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Obstetrical and Gynecological Society; 2015 April 23-25; Asheville, NC.

Warren JEOB. Hypertension in pregnancy, 2015. Presented at: The 61st Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Obstetrical and Gynecological Society; 2015 April 23-25; Kiawah, SC.

Buys EOB. Physician burnout and resilience. Paper presented at: The 2015 Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Obstetrical and Gynecological Society; 2015 April 17-19; Kiawah, SC.

Buys EOB. Physician burnout and resilience. Workshop presented at: The 2015 Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Obstetrical and Gynecological Society; 2015 April 17-19; Kiawah, SC.

Hendren CDI, Letson AKOBr. A North Carolina women’s advocacy portfolio. Paper presented at: The 2015 Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Obstetrical and Gynecological Society; 2015 April 17-19; Kiawah, SC.

Larabee JOBr, Parlier ABR, Murphy AOB, Sigmon KOB. Birth outcomes of patients from Western North Carolina enrolled in group prenatal care. Paper presented at: The 2015 Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Obstetrical and Gynecological Society; 2015 April 17-19; Kiawah, SC.

Menard K, Ollendorff ATOB. Obstetric quality improvement in NC: update on the work of CCNC Pregnancy Medical Home and the Perinatal Quality Collaborative of North Carolina. Paper presented at: The 2015 Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Obstetrical and Gynecological Society; 2015 April 17-19; Kiawah, SC.

Menard K, Ollendorff ATOB. Implementing obstetric quality improvement initiatives. Workshop presented at: The 2015 Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Obstetrical and Gynecological Society; 2015 April 17-19; Kiawah, SC.

Jones GFM. Priming the Workforce Pipeline: A Collaborative Rural Student Experience. Paper presented at: the PDW and RPS Residency Education Symposium; 2015 March 30; Kansas City, MO.

Berry LOBr, Wang KOBr, Galvin SLR, Harkness B, Case A, Hetzel D. Optimal Margins – A Retrospective Analysis of Surgical Margins in Patients who Underwent Breast-conserving Surgery Prior to Release of the 2014 SSO-ASTRO Consensus Guidelines. Poster session presented at: The 2015 Annual Meeting of the Society of Gynecologic Oncology; 2015 March 28-31; Chicago, IL.

Buys EOB, Martino EOBr, Parlier ABR, Galvin SLR. Gender Bias in Evaluation of OB/GYN Residents by Nurses. Poster session presented at: The 2015 Annual Meeting of the CREOG-APGO; 2015 March 4-7; San Antonio, TX.

Wang KOBr, Buys EOB, Ollendorff ATOB, Galvin SLR. Perception of Educational Experiences across Labor and Delivery Shifts. Poster session presented at: The 2015 Annual Meeting of the CREOGAPGO; 2015 March 4-7; San Antonio, TX.

Ollendorff ATOB, Buys EOB, Parlier ABR, Galvin SLR. Evaluation of a Faculty Night-float Schedule in OB/GYN. Poster session presented at: The 2015 Annual Meeting of the CREOG-APGO; 2015 March 4-7; San Antonio, TX.

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^Indicates the article was submitted prior to joining the MAHEC community, but published while a current employee

ADM - Administration
D - Dental Health Center and Center for Advanced Training
DI - Davidson Impact Fellow
FM - Family Medicine Residency
GER - Geriatrics Fellowship
GS - General Surgery Residency
HI - Division of Healthcare Innovations
HP - Hospice and Palliative Care Fellowship
HPE - Center for Health Professions Education
OB - Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency
P - Psychiatry Residency
RS - Division of Regional Services
R - Division of Research
RH - Division of Rural Health
SM - Sports Medicine Fellowship
SOM - UNC School of Medicine Asheville
r - Resident
s - Medical Student
f - Fellow