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2018 NAPCRG PBRN Conference Poster Schedule

 

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POSTER SESSION I

JUNE 25, 2018; 2:00-3:00 PM

P10: “Patients know best” - Lessons learned from a pilot study to test the study design and materials for a large pragmatic asthma trial
Victoria E. Forth, PA-C; Juan Carlos Cardet, MD, MPH; Elliot Israel, MD FAAAAI

P11: Collaborative deliberation: Expanding a shared decision making model for use in primary care obesity management
Denise Campbell-Scherer, MD, PhD, CCFP, FCFP; Thea Luig, PhD; Glyn Elwyn, MD, PhD, MSc

P12: Patients’ understanding of preventive services: high confidence and low knowledge 
Julia Rozman, BS; Paulette Kashiri, MPH; Alex Krist, MD, MPH

P13: Using Physician and Staff Input to Inform EHR Design: A WREN supported study
Amanda E. Hoffmann, MPH; David Hahn, MD, MS; John Beasley, MD

P13: Using Physician and Staff Input to Inform EHR Design: A WREN supported study
Amanda E Hoffmann, MPH; David Hahn, MD, MS; Tosha Wetterneck, MD, MS

P14: Development of a Technology Based Patient Navigation Program for Colorectal Cancer Screening
Susan G. Nash, PhD; Luis Rustveld, PhD; Ajeesh Sunny, MS 

P15: Use of Boot Camp Translation in Western Colorado as a Means to Engage Community in Intervention Development
Andrea Nederveld, MD, MPH; Jodi Holtrop, PhD, MCHES;  

P16: Increasing capacity for substance use disorder research in the NIDA Clinical Trials Network by building collaborations with primary care practices
Rowena Dolor, MD, MHS; Katrina Donahue, MD, MPH; Hazel Tapp, PhD   

P17: Maintaining PBRN Practice Contacts: The CRM Method
Shraddha Gandhi, MBA(c); Mary Fisher, MPH; 

P18: Impact of Electronic Health Record Alert in Primary Care Screening for HIV Within a Large Healthcare System 
Jeremy Thomas, MSW; Thomas Ludden, PhD; Hazel Tapp, PhD

P19: SPIDER: A Research and QI Collaboration Supporting Practices in Improving Care for Complex Elderly Patients (Research in Progress)
Michelle Greiver, MD, MSc, CCFP, FCFP; Simone Dahrouge, PhD, MSc; Patricia O’Brien, RN, MScCH

P20: Proposal of a short satisfaction scale to measure the quality of the consultation in ED
Melanie Sustersic, MD, PhD; Jean Gales; Alison Foote 

P21: Building a proof of concept national diabetes repository: work in progress
Michelle Greiver, MD,  MSc, CCFP, FCFP; Helena Medeiros, MSc; Frank Sullivan, FRSE, FRCP, FRCGP, CCFP 

P22: A Cluster-Randomized Trial Comparing Team-Based versus Primary Care Clinician-Focused Advance Care Planning in Practice-Based Research Networks
Michelle Greiver, MD. MSc, CCFP, FCFP; Jeff Myers, MD, MSEd; 

P23: Cough Drops: Cause for Concern?
Danika Johnson, BS; Robert Mead, MD; David Hahn, MD, MS

P24: Managing Depression for New Cancer Diagnoses in Primary Care
Maresi Berry-Stoelzle, MD, PhD; Rachel Atherton; 

P25: Patterns of thyroid screening and case detection in patients without thyroid disease in Canadian primary care
Sumeet Kalia, MSc; Michelle Greiver, MD, MSc, CCFP, FCFP; 

P26: Feasibility of Targeted Screening for Poverty in a Large Primary Care Team
Kimberly Wintemute, MD, CCFP, FCFP; Michelle Greiver  MD, MSc, CCFP, FCFP; Aashka Bhatt BSc (Hons.)


POSTER SESSION II

JUNE 25, 2018; 4:30-5:30 PM

P30: Unique Depression Screening Opportunity in a Diverse Sample of Adolescent Athletes
Allison Bickett, MS; Ashley Long, PhD; Dave Price, MD 

P31: Does the number of adverse childhood events effect patients’ trust in physician?
Carissa van den Berk Clark, PhD MSW; Denise Hooks-Anderson; Dawn Davis

P32: Loneliness in Primary Care Patients: A Prevalence Study
Rebecca Mullen, MD, MPH; Sebastian Tong, MD, MPH; John Marshall

P33: Governance Principles and Operational Model of Diabetes Action Canada’s Data Repository for Patient-Oriented Research
Don Willison, ScD; Joslyn Trowbridge, MPP; Frank Sullivan, FRSE, FRCP, FRCGP, CCFP

P34: Demographic, clinical and echocardiographic characteristics of heart failure patients in a Haitian teaching hospital
Merly Robert, MD; Joarly K. Lormil, MD; Emmanuel Fabrice Julceus, MD

P35: Developing and Implementing Large-Scale Community-Driven Integrated Care
Ayşe G. Büyüktür, PhD; Mark S. Ackerman, PhD; Ellen B. Rubinstein, PhD

P47: Failure to Launch: Lessons Learned from Difficulties Encountered While Implementing a Clinical Intervention in the Busy Primary Care Practice Setting
Walter L. Calmbach, MD, MPH; Johanna Becho, MS; Mary Marden Velasquez, PhD

P37: The role of race/ethnicity in the communicative identity of patients diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes
Jasmyne J. Womack, MPH; Carla L. Fisher, PhD; Christy J.W. Ledford, PhD

P38: Childhood Underinsurance in Southwestern Ohio:  Pre and Post the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
Greg Eberhart, MD , John Pascoe, MD, MPH, Adrienne Stolfi; Gregory M. Eberhart M.D.; John M. Pascoe M.D., M.P.H.

P39: Can I pick your brain? Top tips for practice facilitation
Jeannie Haggerty, PhD; Nadjib Mohamed Mokraoui, MSc; Fatoumata Binta Diallo, PhD; Mireille Luc, PhD; Sabrina Guay-Bélanger, PhD

P40: Impact of Patient Information Leaflets on Doctor-Patient Communication in the context of acute conditions: a before-after prospective controlled study
Mélanie Sustersic, MD, PhD; Marisa Tissot; Julie Tyrant

P41: Using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research to Identify Barriers and Facilitators for a Colorectal Cancer Screening Patient Education Video: A Qualitative Study
Katherine Bernero, BSPH ; Jeremy Thomas, MSW ; Brisa Hernandez, BUS

P42: The Comprehensive Curriculum in Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid Use Disorder for Rural Primary Care Practice Teams 
Joshua Blum, MD; Linda Zittleman, MSPH; John Westfall, MD, MPH 

P43: Primary Care Practices’ Knowledge and Attitudes Towards Opioid Use Disorder and Medication Assisted Treatment 
Kristen Curcija, MPH; Linda Zittleman, MSPH; John Westfall, MD, MPH

P44: Why and How Primary Care Practices Engage in Practice Transformation Activities and Research: Findings from the EvidenceNOW Southwest Research Study
Molly Bleecker, MA; Arthur Kaufman, MD; Douglas Fernald, MA

P45: Southern Area Patient Oriented Research Organization’s (SAPORO) Investigation into Our Patient Population’s Health Literacy, Smartphone Health Application Use and Their Correlation with Weight Loss Over A One Year Period
Kiernan Smith, MD; Edwin Dennard, MD, JD; Clarissa Hoff MD, MPH; David Tran MS3

P46: A Tailored Online Ethics Training Is a Valuable Tool for a Global PBRN
Jenica K. Abram, MPH, RDN, LDN; Elizabeth Yakes Jimenez, PhD, RDN, LD; Linda Easter, MS, RD, LDN

 


POSTER SESSION III

JUNE 26, 2018; 9:45-10:45 AM

P50: Adult ADHD Prevalence, Comorbidity and Treatment Utilization: A Secondary Data Analysis Study
Cory B Lutgen, BS; Craig Smail, MA, MSc; Stephanie D Nichols, PharmD

P51: The chronic care model for patients with chronic pain: A Cincinnati Area Research and Improvement Group survey.
Nancy C. Elder, MD, MSPH; Theresa Winhusen, PhD; MaryBeth VonderMeulen, RN 

P52: Interventions to Encourage Multivitamin Use, especially in Women not using Family Planning, through IMPLICIT Interconception Care 
Maha Shafqat, MPH; Mario DeMarco, MD, MPH; Michael Horst, PhD, Jessica Brubach, MPA; Kristina Wint, MPH

P53: A Tale of Two Systems: Standardizing Primary Care Pain Management Across Two Physician Practice Groups
Anna Espinoza, MD; Kimberly Fulda, DrPH; Omair Muzaffar, MPH

P54: Implementation of a web-based tool to help patients prepare their primary care visits
Marie-Thérèse Lussier, MD, MSc; Claude Richard, PhD; Marie-Eve Lavoie, RD, PhD

P55: Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Mothers aged 18 and over regarding Neonatal Care at University Hospital of Mirebalais - Haiti, 2017
Emmanuel Fabrice Julcéus, MD; Jennyva Petit, MD; Marie Christina Joseph, MD

P56: Visualizing and Understanding Primary Care Access and Community Health Outcomes in Virginia
Vivian Jiang, MD; Alex Krist, MD, MPH; 

P57: Informing the Adoption of Point-of-Care Technologies: Development and Testing of the AdoptPOC Technology Assessment Program
Brenda Korte, PhD; Joel Dickerman, DO; William D. Lewis, MD

P58: Creating a Real Time Data Tracking Model using MS Excel to Manage Large Datasets in Research Studies
Cory B Lutgen, BS; Joel Shields, MA; Brian Manning, MPH, CHES

P59: Qualitative Program Evaluation Design for the Women’s Enhanced Recruitment Process (WERP) of the VA Women’s Health Practice-Based Research Network (WH-PBRN)
Alyssa Pomernacki, MPH; Diane Carney, MA; Susan Frayne, MD, MPH

P60: Case studies of projects funded by a network of primary care PBRNs: capturing impact in clinical practice and implications for collaborative research
Marie-Ève Poitras, inf, PhD; Brigitte Vachon, OT, PhD; Nadia Benomar, MSc; Yves Couturier, PhD

P61: Perspectives on a Patient-Provider Communication Tool to Talk about Chronic Pain
Karen L. Roper, PhD; Jarred Jones, BS; Roberto Cardarelli, DO, MHA, MPH

P62: Developing a PBRN system for health equity research
Anna Rose Templeton, DNP; Rebecca Block, PhD; MJ Dunne, MA 

P63: One project, four PBRNs: How practice facilitation increases capacity
Nadjib Mohamed Mokraoui, MSc; Fatoumata Binta Diallo, PhD; Mireille Luc, PhD; Sabrina Guay-Bélanger, PhD; Shandi Miller; Jeannie Haggerty, PhD

P64: Capitalizing on the VA Women’s Health PBRN to quickly gauge harassment prevalence for policy action 
Rachel Golden, DrPH, MPH; Ruth Klap, PhD; Susan Frayne, MD, MPH

P65: VA Women’s Health Quality Improvement Collaborative: Spreading Practice Innovations in a Practice Based Research Network 
Diane V. Carney, MA ; Elizabeth M.Yano, PhD, MSPH; Susan M. Frayne, MD, MPH 


Funding for this conference was made possible [in part] by 1R13HS024893-02 from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services; nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.