Members of the U-M Family Medicine department, including faculty, residents, and staff, attended this year's Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) national conference, held in Washington D.C. Check out the wide range of U-M Family Medicine-led presentations, discussions, and workshops at STFM. A special thank you to all the faculty research mentors and family medicine staff for their support of resident-led research this year! You can see highlights from STFM shared on Twitter, flip through our photo gallery, and see the full U-M itinerary below.
Philip Zazove, M.D., Professor and the George A. Dean, M.D. Chair of Family Medicine, received the Best Research Paper award at STFM 2018, for his July 2016 work in Academic Medicine. The paper is entitled "U.S. Medical Schools' Compliance With the Americans With Disabilities Act: Findings From a National Study." Watch his short acceptance speech or the livestream presentation of the paper here.
U-M Family Medicine-led sessions at STFM 2018
A 4-Week Residency Preparation Course: "Boot Camp" Description and Early Outcomes
"Baby wants tacos": Analysis of health-related Facebook posts from young pregnant women
Adolescent Views on Prescription and Nonprescription Opioid Use: Findings from a Longitudinal Mixed Methods Study
Sports Participation to Improve Health: A National Survey of Youth Age 14-24
Christine Schmitt; Noah Zucker; Lauren Nichols, M.P.H.; Tammy Chang, M.D., M.P.H., M.S.
Chlamydia Treatment and the Emergency Room in the United States: NHANES 1999-2014.
Readiness Assessment for Residents Managing Transitions of Care
Prevalence of prediabetes in women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
HPV Immunization: The Effect of a Brief Educational Intervention on Physician Behavior and Immunization Rates
Priyanka Kalapurayil, M.D., M.P.H., former U-M Family Medicine Resident; Amy E. Harrison, M.D.
Enhancing Learning Opportunities at a Community Adolescent Health Clinic: Lessons in Leadership
As Primary Care Transforms, So Does Resident Education: A Leadership Project in Curriculum Development
Maintaining a Food Pantry in an Academic Health Center
Successfully Mentoring Medical Students and Residents with Physical and/or Sensory Disabilities
Catherine Churgay, MD; Philip Zazove, MD; Mindy Smith, MD, MS; Laurie Woodard, MD
Family Medicine Residents Attitudes About Residency Training
Weyinshet Gossa, MPH, MD; Christine Jones; Mesfin Melaku; Michael Fetters, MD, MPH, MA
Clinic First: What's the Buzz? Four Programs Explore Why and How They’re Using This Vision to Transform Their Programs
Alexandra Verdieck, MD; Thomas Bodenheimer, MD; Margaret Dobson, MD; Roger Garvin, MD; Marianna Kong, MD; Barbara Miller, MD; Walter Mills, MD, MMM, FACPE
A Residency Approach to Managing the Opioid Crisis in America
Ian Dobbe; Kathryn Shaffer, MD, former U-M Family Medicine resident, David Klee, MD, FAAFP
Barriers to Adequate Sleep Among Youth: A Mixed-Methods Text Message Survey
Arrice Bryant; Andre Fisher; Lauren Nichols, MPH; Melissa Plegue, MA; Tammy Chang, MD, MPH, MS
Increasing Utilization of RAAPS for Improving Adolescent Care
Angela Kuznia, MD, MPH
Finding Self-assessment Tools for New Faculty in Family Medicine for Professional Development
Angela Kuznia, MD, MPH; Michelle Roett, MD, MPH, FAAFP, CPE