Joanna Hernandez, MD and Vanessa Cobian, MD, Scripps Family Medicine Residency Program, Chula Vista, CA “Diabetes Group Visits in an Underserved Community in South San Diego.”
- Seema Kengeri Srikantiah, MBBS, MPH. IU Methodist Family Medicine Residency Program. A Retrospective Cohort Study Assessing the Billing and Coding Pattern of Resident Physicians Longitudinally as They Advance in Training(1 page PDF).
- Laura Heinrich, MD, University of Michigan. Correlates of Labor & Delivery Satisfaction: Evaluating Provider Continuity(1 page PDF).
- Melissa Marotta Houser, MD, Middlesex Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program. Pilot Study of Web-Based Biofeedback with Exercise Heart Monitor Rate for Anxiety in a Primary Care Setting(1 page PDF).
- Lydia U. Lee, MD and Priyanka S. Kalapurayil, MD, University of Michigan. Evaluation of Intimate Partner Violence Training with Theater Performance in Medical Education(1 page PDF).
- Adam Visconti, MD, MPH, Georgetown Univesity - Providence Hospital Family Medicine Residency. Naloxone Dispensing to Avert Opiate Overdose Among Primary Care Clinic Patients in Suburban Maryland and the District of Columbia(1 page PDF).
- Voice your Choice: The Impact of Group Visits on Completion of Advance Health Care Directives(1 page PDF) (2014, Bhuyan)
- Electronic Medical Record Training Needs for Resident Physicians(1 page PDF) (2013, Swedlund)
- Pilot of an Ultra-Brief Health Coaching Curriculum for Hospital Volunteers(1 page PDF) (2013, Cohen)
- Making it Count: Combining Motivational Interviewing Techniques with a Goal-based Pedometer Curriculum to Enhance Fitness Outcomes Among Elementary School Children(2 page PDF) (2013, Rodriguez)
- Smart-7 Study: A Pilot Study to Evaluate a Patient Self-monitoring Intervention to Improve Cardiovascular Health(1 page PDF) (2013, Kulshreshtha)
Abstracts from those who received a Resident Research Grant more than three years ago have been archived. To request abstracts from this time period, please email Sharon Hunt or call (800) 274-2237, ext. 4474.