Conference presentations and lectures by UNC Health Sciences at MAHEC researchers and MAHEC faculty, staff, residents, fellows, and UNC SOM Asheville Campus students.
2017 International, National and Regional Conferences
Names in bold indicate authors affilated with UNC Health Sciences at MAHEC. Please see the key at the bottom of the page for affiliation details.
Aguilar KFMr, Heckart AFMr, Henson AFMr, Koch KFMr. Risky Business: Increasing Obstetric Training to Preserve Our Scope of Practice. Poster session presented at: North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians Meeting; 2017 December; Asheville, NC.
McKnight A, Ulrich IPFM, Kiser SN. Determining baseline primary medication non-adherence rates in a rural primary care clinic. Poster presented at the American Society of Health-system Pharmacists (ASHP) 52nd Annual Midyear Clinical Meeting. December 3-7 2017. Orlando, Florida.
Shell AFMr, Liaw W. Population Health Curricula in Medical Trainee Education. Poster presented at: 45th Annual Meeting of the North American Primary Care Research Group. 2017 November 17-21; Montreal, Quebec, CA.
Knoll HFMr, Krajick KSOMs. Are Patients Perceptive and Receptive? A Survey of Moms About Interconception Care During Well Child Visits. CQI Presentation at Family Medicine Education Consortium Annual Meeting. 2017 November 11: Cleveland, OH.
Knoll HFMr, Krajick KSOMs, Sturgill L, Srinivasan S, Mislan H. Trial and Error: Establishing a CQI Process to Implement ICC (Interconception Care) at Multiple Sites. Lecture at Family Medicine Education Consortium Annual Meeting. 2017 November 10: Cleveland, OH.
Sommer CGS. Discussant: Geriatric and Palliative Care. American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress. October 20-22, 2017. San Diego, CA.
Knoll HFMr. IMPLICIT ICC: Improving Birth Outcomes through Interconception Care at Well Child Visits. Invited speaker for implementation workshop, University of Alabama. 2017 October 17: Tuscaloosa, AL.
Garner BRS. Caring for the Young Child with Diabetes in the Early Education/Childcare Setting: Challenges and Successes. Presented at: 28th International Conference on Pediatric Nursing and Healthcare. September 5, 2017. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Warren JOB. Feedback: How to Give It and Receive It. Presented at: The ABCs for APPs Teaching Conference. 2017 July; Asheville, NC.
Lorencz E, Galvin SLR, Ramage MOB, Gannon MOB, Coulson CCOB. Fetal growth and neonatal outcomes for pregnancies of women maintained on methadone vs. buprenorphine. Paper presented at: the annual meeting of the NC Obstetrical and Gynecological Society. 2017 April; Charlotte, NC.
Mullins NOB. Substance use disorders in pregnancy: a role of the OB/GYN. Paper presented at: the annual meeting of the NC Obstetrical and Gynecological Society. 2017 April; Charlotte, NC.
Ollendorff ATOB. North Carolina obstetric hemorrhage project kickoff. Paper presented at: the annual meeting of the NC Obstetrical and Gynecological Society. 2017 April; Charlotte, NC.
Sigmon KOB. Lichen sclerosis and lichen planus: pearls and pitfalls. Paper presented at: the annual meeting of the NC Obstetrical and Gynecological Society. 2017 April; Charlotte, NC.
Sigmon KOB. The difficult itch and vulvodynia. Paper presented at: the annual meeting of the NC Obstetrical and Gynecological Society. 2017 April; Charlotte, NC.
Ollendorff ATOB. Maternal morbidity and mortality in North Carolina (and what we can do about it). Paper presented at: the AWHONN Conference. 2017 March; Wilmington, NC.
Ollendorff ATOB. Gynecology simulation. Paper presented at: the 2017 Annual Meeting of CREOGAPGO; 2017 Mar 11; Orlando, FL.
Ollendorff ATOB. Uterine anomalies. Paper presented at: MAHEC Ultrasound Conference. 2017 February; Asheville, NC.
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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