The Mentored Experience To Enhance Opportunities In Research (Meteor) Program., 2022 George Washington University
The Mentored Experience To Enhance Opportunities In Research (Meteor) Program., Lisa Schwartz, Naomi Luban, Alison Hall, Diane Mcquail, Yolanda Haywood
Health Sciences Education Research
PROBLEM: Medical students from groups that are underrepresented in medicine are less likely to pursue careers that incorporate research as compared to their white peers. Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA)-funded institutions encouraged centers to establish short-term, mentored summer research opportunities to motivate students underrepresented in medicine to enroll in medical school and ideally choose a career that incorporates research into their clinical practice.
APPROACH: The Mentored Experience To Enhance Opportunities in Research (METEOR) Program was established in 2012 in partnership with the Clinical and Translational Science Institute at Children's National (CTSI-CN) and The George Washington University (GW ...
Identifying Cultural Biases And Understanding Health Care Disparities For Lgtbq+ Patients, 2022 Dominican University of California
Identifying Cultural Biases And Understanding Health Care Disparities For Lgtbq+ Patients, Jevon Nelson
Nursing | Senior Theses
Understanding the health disparities within the LGBTQ+ population, will consist of educating Nurses and other healthcare providers cultural competence for this population, along with proposing certain educational training programs for all the medical professionals. There’s not only an implicit bias but also lack in quality of healthcare due to the personal reasons that healthcare providers may have, along with certain stigmas that creates an infringement on healthcare for this specific population. Members of the LGBTQ+ community will continue to have one of the highest amounts of health care disparities due to the lack of cultural incompetence if nothing is ...
Effects And Outcomes Of Different Laboring Positions And The Influence From Societal Norms, 2022 Dominican University of California
Effects And Outcomes Of Different Laboring Positions And The Influence From Societal Norms, Amberlyn Heskett
Nursing | Senior Theses
Within labor and delivery, every birth is different. Alarmingly, the U.S. has the highest maternal mortality rate, including death during labor, among developed countries (World Health Organization, 2022). Many maternal deaths may be preventable.
In the U.S., the use of forceps, vacuum-assisted birth, episiotomies, and emergency C-sections are common for women during childbirth. Even though some laboring positions may assist birthing more than others, there often is resistance to allowing various positions due to outside influences, including societal norms, hospital management, and healthcare professional training. Women in labor are vulnerable and look to their nurses for support ...
Group Therapy For Adults With Hip Replacements, 2022 University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Group Therapy For Adults With Hip Replacements, Riley Burford Mot/S, Hillary Talley Mot/S, Elizabeth Seals Mot/S, Alishah Pirwani Mot/S, Tylan Wakefield Mot/S
Master of Occupational Therapy Student Critically Appraised Topics
The purpose of our critically appraised topic is to synthesize the best current evidence regarding the feasibility of group occupational therapy and outcomes related to ADL performance. The final portfolio contains a total of four research articles. Study designs include two randomized control trials, one cohort design, and one systematic review. All studies related directly to the PICO question and were used to determine best evidence for the feasibility of group therapy of the older adult population who have hip replacements in a rehabilitation setting.
The Effects Of Air-Cell Based Cushions On Pressure Relief For Adults With Spinal Cord Injury: A Critically Appraised Topic, 2022 University of Tennessee Health Science Center
The Effects Of Air-Cell Based Cushions On Pressure Relief For Adults With Spinal Cord Injury: A Critically Appraised Topic, Audrey Carr Mot/S, Olivia Hamby Mot/S, Hailey Hanson Mot/S, Olivia Kincaid Mot/S, Molly Mcwilliams Mot/S, Anna Pollan Mot/S
Master of Occupational Therapy Student Critically Appraised Topics
Most acute care level patients with a SCI are dependent in performing pressure relief. Research was appraised and synthesized to answer the question: Are air-filled cushions effective for reducing pressure and development of pressure ulcers among adults with a spinal cord injury who are unable to independently perform pressure relief?
Intouch March 23, 2022, 2022 Touro College and University System
Intouch March 23, 2022, New York Medical College
- Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Celebrates the Unveiling of the Phillip Capozzi, M.D., Library
- NYMC Set for 163rd Commencement Ceremonies
- Center for Disaster Medicine Hosts Lifesaving Trainings for Students and Staff
- NYMC and TU Host 19th COVID-19 Symposium
- Taylor Gerber, M.P.H. Candidate, Completes Highly Competitive Emergency Management Fellowship
- Aviva C. Berkowitz, M.D., Focuses on Humanism in Oncology
Effect Of Early Mobilization On Length Of Hospital Stay In Covid-19 Patients: A Critically Appraised Topic, 2022 University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Effect Of Early Mobilization On Length Of Hospital Stay In Covid-19 Patients: A Critically Appraised Topic, Ashlee Hodges, Anna Claire Briscoe, Anna Beth Willoughby, Carlton Hubbard, Nathan Smith
Master of Occupational Therapy Student Critically Appraised Topics
For this project, we created a critically appraised topic to study the effects of early mobilization on length of hospital stay in COVID-19 patients in the ICU.
Using Animal As Metaphor In Drama Therapy With Psychiatric Patients In An Intensive Outpatient Program Group Therapy Session: An Intervention, Juliana Fort
Expressive Therapies Capstone Theses
Drama therapy may be uniquely suited to help people with mental illness who have negative beliefs about what it means to be mentally ill. It focuses on helping the individual expand their sense of what a person with mental illness can be, as well as their awareness of the other roles they may play in their lives. In the current study, the author developed a drama therapy intervention for psychiatric patients in an intensive outpatient program (IOP). The intervention uses pre-made cards that depict images of various animals. During the intervention, the participants were asked to discuss how they ...
A Competence-Based Online Learning Video And In-Situ Simulation To Improve Perioperative Anesthesia Nurse Practitioner Self-Efficacy In Responding To Anesthesia Emergencies, 2022 University of Massachusetts Boston
A Competence-Based Online Learning Video And In-Situ Simulation To Improve Perioperative Anesthesia Nurse Practitioner Self-Efficacy In Responding To Anesthesia Emergencies, Sara Durgerian
Doctor of Nursing Practice Scholarly Projects
Background: Nurse Practitioners (NPs) are broadly educated to the population-based role in which they practice. Further education in subspecialties is essential as more NPs are working autonomously in highly specialized care areas.
Problem: In the Department of Anesthesia at a large urban hospital, perioperative anesthesia NPs lack formal training in the subspecialty of anesthesia, which contributed to a lack of self-efficacy when responding to anesthesia emergencies.
Methods: An asynchronous multimodal brief instructional video accompanied by an in-situ simulation of an anesthesia emergency was developed to increase knowledge and confidence in perioperative anesthesia nurse practitioner response to anesthesia emergencies.
Results: A ...
Intouch May 16, 2022, 2022 Touro College and University System
Intouch May 16, 2022, New York Medical College
- Two Distinguished Speakers to Share Wisdom with Class of 2022
- Clinical Laboratory Sciences Master’s Program Receives Full Accreditation
- Faculty Members Recognized as Healthcare Heroes by Westchester Magazine
- NYMC Students and Faculty Shine at TU Research Day
- Department of Surgery Hosts 19th Annual Louis R.M. DelGuercio Distinguished Visiting Professorship and Research Day
- NYMC and TU to Host COVID-19 Symposium on May 18
- Rebecca Nguyen, SOM Class of 2022, Looks Forward to Future as a Family Physician
- Marissa Mann, SLP Class of 2022, Wants to Be an Agent of Change in Her Patients’ Lives
Serving Queer And Trans Parent Families Through Research: A Conversation With Associate Editor Shain Wright, 2022 Washington State University
Serving Queer And Trans Parent Families Through Research: A Conversation With Associate Editor Shain Wright, Shain L. Wright, Maika Yeigh
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education
Recently, NWJTE had the opportunity to sit down with Shain Wright, the Associate Editor of NWJTE and also doctoral candidate at Washington State University, in the Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education program. Shain researches intersections between queer and trans families and social systems. Specifically, Shain explores the discursive erasure of queer and trans families in education, and familys’ resiliency, joy, and sense of community. With Shain’s work on the NWJTE, we wanted to showcase their cutting edge work and thought generating research that acknowledges and celebrates queer and trans parent families.
The Use Of Telehealth To Improve Patient Outcomes Among Prediabetes And Diabetic Patients In A Rural Women's Health Clinic: An Evidence-Based Practice Project, Alejandra Villegas
Doctor of Nursing Practice Final Manuscripts
Background: Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is a global problem. Lack of healthcare access affects the low-income population and telehealth can aid the problem. For newly-diagnosed T2DM patients, customary practice is a 3-month follow-up after they are diagnosed. Patients only have education on diet and medication given by the healthcare provider at the time of appointment. Patients can be overwhelmed and confused to grasp the information. Telehealth has become mainstream due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and that is why it is the right time to use it to help T2DM patients further. Purpose of Project: The project's goal ...
Intouch May 9, 2022, 2022 Touro College and University System
Intouch May 9, 2022, New York Medical College
- Yom Hashoah Symposium Analyzed the Impact of Nuremberg Trials
- Chair of Radiation Medicine, Mark Hurwitz, M.D., Receives Prestigious Award from Society of Thermal Medicine
- NYMC Researchers Find That Probiotics Can be Used to Treat Severe Gum Disease
- Convocation of Thanks Offers Opportunity for Students to Honor “First Patients”
- Alpha Omega Alpha Iota Chapter Recognizes Academic Excellence at 2022 Induction Ceremony
- SOM Celebrates Gold Humanism Honor Society Class of 2023 Induction
- Ph.D. Candidate Catherine D’Addario Finds Fulfillment in the Lab
The Development Of Evidence-Based Practice Mentors Through A Competency-Based Educational Program: A Leadership Perspective, 2022 University of Tennessee, Knoxville
The Development Of Evidence-Based Practice Mentors Through A Competency-Based Educational Program: A Leadership Perspective, Laura C. Moore, Tracy L. Brewer, Pamela Hardesty, Diana Burdick
Graduate Publications and Other Selected Works - Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
One of the most productive strategies to achieving the safest, high-quality patient care is promoting the widespread use of evidence-based practice (EBP) in clinical settings. Despite the considerable emphasis and support for EBP, many clinicians still fail to translate current research into clinical practice. To address the pervasive lack of EBP among clinicians, an EBP project was developed at an acute care pediatric facility to increase EBP utilization via the implementation of a virtual EBP educational program. The findings from this project describe the establishment of an EBP educational program with the intent to create a critical mass of EBP ...
Evaluating Medical Student Confidence And Competency Related To Dermatologic Morphology And The Effect Of An Educational Module And Summary Document, 2022 University of Nebraska Medical Center
Evaluating Medical Student Confidence And Competency Related To Dermatologic Morphology And The Effect Of An Educational Module And Summary Document, Grant Starkey
MD Honors Theses
Background: Non-dermatologist physicians perform ~60% of visits related to the primary diagnosis of a dermatological condition, yet dermatology education and training are extremely limited within medical school making up 0.23-0.3% of the curricula. This data points to the possible need for further educational resources for medical students regarding dermatology. In 2007, the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) created a curriculum for medical students to use while on a dermatology clerkship to supplement their medical school curriculum. The goal of this study is to evaluate current University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) medical student’s confidence and ability ...
Interrogating Race And Place-Based Inequities In Hiv And Covid-19, 2022 University of Nebraska Medical Center
Interrogating Race And Place-Based Inequities In Hiv And Covid-19, Rohan Khazanchi
MD Honors Theses
Over the last four years, I have developed a research focus examining the intersections of race, place, and health. My M.D. Honors Thesis reflects a snapshot of these efforts. In this collection of brief research reports, I leverage area-based measures to investigate structural inequities in three contexts: the HIV epidemic in our hyperlocal community, the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, and clinical trials for novel COVID-19 therapeutics. I apply novel social epidemiologic tools to measure and explore disparate outcomes. And, in reflecting upon my findings, I discuss concrete implications for clinicians, researchers, and policymakers alike.
Chapter 1: Neighborhood-Level ...
Variation In Thiopurine Metabolism In Hispanic Children, 2022 Children's Mercy Hospital
Variation In Thiopurine Metabolism In Hispanic Children, Kayeleigh Higgerson Do
Background: Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is the most common childhood cancer. Overall survival rate is > 90% in the United States. However, ethnic and racial disparities remain. Hispanic patients have an inferior overall survival compared to non-Hispanics. The reasons for these differences remain unclear. Mercaptopurine (6MP) is a crucial drug in ALL treatment. Variations in the TMPT and NUDT15 genes lead to altered 6MP metabolism and accumulation of toxic metabolites (6TGN or 6MMPN). Each metabolite is associated with specific dose-limiting toxicities. The accumulation of 6TGN causes myelosuppression, and increased 6MMPN causes GI toxicity. While variants in these genes have been identified ...
Potassium Status In Pediatric Chronic Kidney Disease, 2022 Children's Mercy Hospital
Potassium Status In Pediatric Chronic Kidney Disease, Katherine L. Kurzinski
Background: Potassium trends are well described in adult chronic kidney disease (CKD) and hyperkalemia is known to be associated with increased disease progression, morbidity, and mortality. Large scale studies assessing potassium trends and the prevalence of hyperkalemia in pediatric CKD have not been performed.
Objectives/Goal: We aimed to characterize median serum potassium levels and the prevalence of hyperkalemia for each CKD stage using the CKiD cohort. The relationship of serum potassium and hyperkalemia with patient demographics, CKD etiology (glomerular or non-glomerular), presence of acidosis, and degree of proteinuria was also evaluated.
Methods/Design: Median ...
Association Of Rare Variants In Kidney Developmental Genes With Hypertension And Ckd: A Uk Biobank Study, 2022 Children's Mercy Hospital
Association Of Rare Variants In Kidney Developmental Genes With Hypertension And Ckd: A Uk Biobank Study, Benjamin L. Spector
Background: Prior studies show chronic kidney disease (CKD) is heritable but only a few common variants have been associated with CKD and kidney dysfunction. Much of CKD heritability remains unknown and limited studies have explored the role of rare genetic variants in this missing heritability.
Objectives/Goal: Identify rare genetic variants in renal developmental genes associated with hypertension and CKD.
Methods/Design: We examined the association between rare variants in 58 candidate genes from five renal developmental compartments and presence of CKD and elevated blood pressure (BP) in 49,989 individuals using whole exome sequencing ...
Wilms Tumor Presenting With Spontaneous Necrosis And Clostridium Perfringens Co-Infection, 2022 Children's Mercy Hospital
Wilms Tumor Presenting With Spontaneous Necrosis And Clostridium Perfringens Co-Infection, Ronald Palmen, Abbey Elsbernd, Kristin Palmen
Background: Wilm’s Tumor (WT) is the most common renal malignancy of childhood. The initial presentation of WT may mimic infection or other malignancies with nonspecific symptoms including fever, abdominal/flank pain, or hematuria. This poses a diagnostic challenge for providers, particularly when both infection and malignancy are observed. We describe a case of WT with spontaneous necrosis initially obscured by overlying Clostridium perfringens infection, making diagnosis of the cancer difficult.
Case Description: A previously healthy 5-year-old girl presented to the emergency department with a two-day history of left flank pain and fevers. In the emergency department, she was tachycardic ...