Past Work In Progress Sessions

 Date Speaker/ Panel Institution Topic
2/17/2017John Scott Roth, MD, FACSUniversity of Kentucky, Department of Surgery"Doxycycline Inhibition of MMPs Enhances Hernia Repair Outcomes"
1/20/2017 Cliff Rutter, PharmD, MSUniversity of Kentucky College of Pharmacy"Acute Kidney Injury in Patients Receiving Combination Antimicrobial Therapy"
12/9/2016 Child and Adolescent Health Research Design and Support Unit (CAHRDS) University of Louisville"Pediatric Health Services Research at the University of Louisville"
11/18/2016 Jean Edward, PhD, RNUniversity of Kentucky"Developing Culturally and Linguistically Relevant Interventions to Promote Health Insurance Literacy and Healthcare Decision-making in Underserved Rural Populations"
9/9/2016 Javier A. Neyra, MD, MSCSUniversity of Kentucky"Klotho in Acute Kidney Injury: a UK Translational Endeavor"
6/10/2016 GQ Zhang, PhDGeorgia Institute of TechnologyBuilding Scalable Predictive Modeling Platform for Healthcare Applications
5/13/2016 Rachel Hogg, PhDUniversity of Kentucky College of Health Sciences“Hospitals, Public Health Networks, and  Population Health”
4/27/2016Margaret Byrne, PhDUniversity of Miami Miller School of Medicine “Improving Decisions-Making for Preference with Dependent Medical Decisions”
4/5/2016Brittany Smalls, PhD, MHSAMassachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences“Addressing Healthcare Needs of Vulnerable Populations: Applying Social Determinates to the Healthcare System”
3/11/2016Joseph A. Benitez, PhDUniversity of Louisville, School of Public Health and Information SciencesWhat were the Effects of Kentucky’s Medicaid Expansion on Out of Pocket Medical Spending?
2/24/2016Richard Ronan Murphy, MBChBUniversity of Kentucky, Department of Neurology - Sanders Brown Center of AgingTelemedicine in the Care of Patients Residing in Long Term Care and Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF)
2/16/2016Donna K. Arnett, PhD, MSPHUniversity of Kentucky College of Public HealthIntersection of Workplace Wellness and Population Health
2/12/2016Youngseek Kim, PhDUniversity of Kentucky Library and Information ScienceScientists' Data Sharing and Reuse Behaviors
1/15/2016Chia-Hung (Edward) ChouUniversity of Chicago General Internal MedicineHealth Policy & Practice Evaluations - Impact on Vulnerable Populations
12/11/2015Mandy Jones, PharmD, PA-C, BCPSUniversity of Kentucky College of PharmacyTransforming Medical Error Disclosure through Interprofessional Education
11/13/2015Christina Studts University of Kentucky College of Public HealthEvidence-Based Behavioral Parent Training Interventions: Adaptations and Implementation in Health Care and Community Settings
10/23/2015Matthew Bush, MDUniversity of Kentucky College of MedicineBridging the Gaps of Hearing Healthcare Disparity with Patient Navigation
10/20/2015Ellen Hahn, PhD, RN, FAANUniversity of Kentucky College of Nursing Promoting Healthy Homes in the Primary Care Setting
9/11/2015Hefei Wen, MDUniversity of KentuckyEffect of Insurance for Low-Income Adults on Health Insurance Coverange and Access to Care among Adults with Behavioral Health Conditions
8/14/2015Adolfo Pena Salazar, MDUniversity of Kentucky, UK HealthCarePERCEIVED BARRIERS TO DISCHARGE SURVEY: AN EXPLORATIVE STUDY
7/23/2015Reza Yousefi Nooraie,MD, MSc., PhD(c)McMaster University Department of Clinical Epidemeology and BiostatisticsSocial network analysis to inform and promote evidence-informed decision making
7/10/2015Amanda Fallin, PhD, RNUniversity of Kentucky College of NursingSmoking Cessation for Pregnant Women with Substance Use Disorders
6/19/2015Deborah Mullen, PhDPark Nicollet InstituteHealth & Care- Designed by Patients and Clinicians
5/8/2015Lindsey Fay, PhDUniversity of Kentucky College of DesignLearning from Design: An Analysis of Environment, Processes, and Communication at UK Medical Center
4/10/2015Maidread Moloney, PhDUniversity of Kentucky Department of SociologyPower and Professional Heirarchies: Exploring the Hospitalist-Nurse Interaction
3/13/2015Laura Fanucchi, MD, MPH UK HealthCareUK HealthCare START Program (Substance Abuse Resources and Transitions)

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