Barre Faculty Publications and Presentations 2012-2013

"Engaging Resistant Staff in Transformation," Presentations at Learning Session for PCMHi, Stephen Earls, MD, Kosta Deligiannidis, MD, MPH and Alice Leblanc, RN, January 29,2013.

“What’s Up Doc? Using Information Technology to Share Evidence Based Medicine in a Residency”
Seminar presentation at the Family Medicine Educational Consortium Northeast Regional Meeting. September 2012. Cornelio, Marco MD, Martin, Stephen MD, EdM.

“A Rural Health Center’s Community Garden: Educating Patients and Engaging Team Members”
Poster Presentation at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine National Conference. April 2012. Cornelio, Marco MD; Mullin, Daniel PsyD

“A Resident-Run Family Wellness Group in a Rural Health Center”
Poster Presentation at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine National Conference. April 2012. Cornelio, Marco MD; Cersosimo, Shaylin MD, MPH; Anderson, James PhD; Sahd, Paul DO; Blumhofer, Rebecca MD, MPH.

"Functional Dyspepsia"  Five Minute Clinical Consult. 2013. Corpuz, M & Cornelio, M.

Stenger, J., Mullin, D., Gleich, G.& Bolduc, P. (January 15, 2013) On the horns of a dilemma: Office systems for chronic pain management. A Grand Rounds Presentation to the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, Massachusetts

Mullin, D. (January 9, 2013) An Introduction to Guiding Patient Health Behavior Change with Motivational Interviewing. A Grand Rounds Presentation to the Heywood Hospital Medical Staff at Heywood Hospital, Gardner, Massachusetts

Deligiannidis, K., & Mullin, D. (November 30, 2012) The ABC’s of Doing and Teaching Quality Improvement: Beyond PDSA. A presentation at the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine’s 2012 Conference on Practice Improvement.

Mullin, D. (November 6&7 2012) Introduction to the Theory and Practice of Motivational Interviewing. A workshop for the Hudson Mohawk AHEC. Lake George, NY.

Funderburk, J., Hunter, C., Mullin, D., & Runyan, C. (October 4, 2012) Anyone Can Do It: Foundational Principles for Developing and Collecting Program Evaluation, Quality Improvement, and Clinical Outcomes Data in Collaborative Care. A presentation at the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association 14th Annual Conference.

Mullin, D. & Runyan, C. (September 27, 2012) Preparing Primary Care Clinicians and Educators for the DSM-5. A presentation at the 33rd Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine.

Mullin, D. & Stenger, J. (2013). Ethical matters in rural integrated primary care settings. Families, Systems, and Health. doi: 10.1037/a0031860

Mullin, D. & Funderburk, J. (2013). Implementing collaborative clinical care: Best practice and essential elements. In M. Talen & A. Burke (Eds.), Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care: Evaluating the Evidence, Identifying the Essentials. Springer: New York.


Noah M. Rosenberg, MD, PGY-1:
R.D. Urman, S Gallagher, J Stenglein, X Liu, F Shapiro. “Effect of an Office-Based Surgical Safety System on Patient Outcomes.” ePlasty. Dec 2012;12e59. (PubMed ID:23308306.)

“The Flu Shot: Fact versus Fiction.” Barre Gazette, Jan 17, 2013


Stephen Martin, MD, Ed. M:
"Longitudinal Serum Biomarker Profile Change During Extended Smoking Cessation" Lead Presenter, Poster, Peer-Reviewed (accepted) American Thoracic Society International Conference (Philadelphia, PA)

"Enforced Tobacco Abstinence: A Unique Opportunity for Intervention" Symposium Co-Chair (accepted) Society for Nicotine and Tobacco Research International Conference (Boston, MA)
   

UPCOMING FACULTY PRESENTATIONS 

 

MAY 2013 PRESENTATIONS by Stephen Martin, MD, Ed. M
 
"The Herculean Strength of Primary Care in Epic Times: A Focus on Health Determinants to Guide Patient Care and Medical Education" Keynote Speaker
 
"Teaching Clinical Thinking: From Car Talk to the Zebra Retreat" Workshop Presenter
Tufts University School of Medicine, Practical Approaches to Primary Care Precepting