Presentations & Posters

2019 Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Conference

Interest Groups

  • Kristin Collier. “The Health, Spirituality and Religion Interest Group”
  • Melissa Wei. “Multimorbidity, Complexity, and High Utilizers Interest Group”

Mentoring Panel

  • Jessie Kimbrough Marshall. “Health Equity Commission Mentoring Panel”

Oral Presentations

  • Renu Tipirneni, Jeff Kullgren. “U.S. Adults’ Perspectives on Decision-Making about Health Insurance and Healthcare Near Retirement”
  • Susan Goold, Renu Tipirneni, John Ayanian, Jeff Kullgren. “Changes in enrollees’ health status after Medicaid expansion”
  • Jeff Kullgren, Barb Soyster, Eve Kerr. “Patient Experience in a Clinic-Level Behavioral Economic Intervention to Reduce Overuse of Low-Value Treatments for Chronic Conditions Among Older Adults”
  • Pooja Lagisetty. “Update in Pain Medicine for the Generalist”
  • Nauzley Abedini, HwaJung Choi, Melissa Wei, Ken Langa, Vineet Chopra. “The relationship of loneliness to symptom burden, intensity of care, and advance care planning at end of life in older Americans”
  • Edd Post. “Characteristics and injury mechanisms of Veteran primary care suicide decedents with and without diagnosed mental illness; 2000-2014”
  • Paul Christine. “The interaction of neighborhood environments and genetic risk for type 2 diabetes: Results from MESA and CARDIA”

Poster Presentations

  • Dina Griauzde. “A Pilot Study of a Low-Carbohydrate Diabetes Prevention Program Among Adults with Prediabetes”
  • Nauzley Abedini, Vineet Chopra. “Interventions to reduce aggressive care in the last year of life among cancer patients: a systematic review”
  • Melissa Wei. “Purpose in life and life satisfaction moderate the association between multimorbidity and social participation among U.S. middle-aged and older adults”
  • Melissa Wei, Ken Langa. “Chronic Conditions and Physical Functioning: Development of a New ICD-Coded Multimorbidity Index for Use in Administrative Claims Data”
  • Pooja Lagisetty, Michele Heisler. “Physician-Pharmacist Collaborative Care Models to Prevent Opioid Misuse: A Pilot Study”
  • Pooja Lagisetty, Renu Tipirneni. “Restrictions on Primary Care Access for Patients Receiving Opioids”
  • Alan T. Kelley, Renu Tipirneni. “Changes in Veterans’ Coverage and Access to Care following the Affordable Care Act”
  • Renu Tipirneni. “Factors Associated with State Legislator Support for Medicaid Work Requirements”
  • Renu Tipirneni, John Ayanian, Jeff Kullgren, Susan Goold. “Longitudinal Changes in Enrollees’ Employment and Student Status After Michigan’s Medicaid Expansion”
  • Nauzley Abedini, Vineet Chopra, Rafina Khateeb. “Interventions to reduce aggressive care in the last year of life among cancer patients: a systematic review”
  • Nicole Hadeed, Jennifer Lukela. “Equal Medicine: A Novel Career Development Program for Women Physicians in an Internal Medicine Residency Program”
  • Sandeep Vijan. “Hospitalization, Re-Hospitalization, Mortality, and Utilization Patterns Predicted by Novel High-Risk Patient Latent Subgroups and Complexity Scores”
  • Edd Post. “Differences in the Effect of Primary Care – Mental Health Integration on Health Care Utilization Among Men and Women Veterans”
  • Jeff Kullgren, Mark Fendrick. “Patient Decision-Making About Use of Health Savings Accounts”
  • Eve Kerr, Tanner Caverly, Jeremy Sussman, Steve Bernstein, Tim Hofer. “Assessing When to Stop or Scale Back Routine Medical Services: The ASSURES Study”
  • Brent Williams. “Student-directed community engagement projects as a learning laboratory for physician leadership – a six-year experience”
  • Tanner Caverly. “Predictors of eligible patients’ agreeing to lung cancer screening with low-dose computed tomography: a multilevel retrospective cohort study”
  • Mark Fendrick. “Eliminating Low-Value Pre-Operative Care in Virginia: A State's Call to Action”
  • Tanner Caverly. “Primary care providers’ perspective on implementing risk-based lung cancer screening following academic detailing”
  • Larry McMahon, Jennifer Meddings. “Elective hip and knee replacement: impact of social determinants on post-acute care use and outcomes”
  • Payal Patel, Renu Tipirneni. “The Impact of the Affordable Care Act Medicaid Expansion on Racial/Ethnic and Sex Disparities in HIV Testing: National Findings from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System”
  • Kristin M. Collier. “Healing Presence: An Elective ICU Curriculum for Medical Students Based in the Clinical Pastoral Education Training Model”
  • Vanessa Scowden. “Outpatient Handoff Matters, Too! An Intervention for Graduating PGY-3 Panel Patients and Effect on Resident Perception in a Single Large Academic Program Setting”
  • Sanjay Saint, Vineet Chopra, Nathan Houchens, Joel Howell. “A pilot cluster randomized, controlled trial of a clerkship-based visual arts curriculum to combat bias and promote well-being”

Symposium

  • Jessie Kimbrough Marshall. “The Physician’s Voice as a Social Justice Advocate and Champion”

Training Session

  • Jessie Kimbrough Marshall. “Training for Academic Leaders on Mitigating the Effects of Implicit Bias to Maximize Recruitment Opportunities”

Workshop

  • Melissa Wei, Jennifer Meddings. “Aligning questions and answers: A user’s guide to choosing the right secondary database to inform your health services, policy, or disparities research question”