Primary Care Day
All schools and the entire University of Maryland Baltimore campus were invited to attend the University of Maryland School of Medicine’s second annual Primary Care Day on Friday, April 28, 2017. The event took place from 12:00pm- 3:30pm in the HSF II Auditorium. There was a keynote address from 12:00-2:00 and the first annual Primary Care Research Poster session followed from 2:00-3:30. Poster presentations were on topics related to primary care research from all professional schools on the UMB campus. The poster session theme was Issues in Urban Primary Care.
"Building a New Model of Care for the Most Complex Patients" Dr. Jeff Brenner Executive Director of the Camden Coalition
Dr. Richard Colgan, Vice Chair of Medical Student Education and Clinical Operations and Director of Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) program, gives the welcome and introduction to Primary Care Day.
Dr. Jay Perman, President of the University of Maryland, Baltimore, shares greetings from the President’s Office.
Dr. Tony Lehman, Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, shares greetings from the Dean’s Office.
Dr. Nikkita Southall, Course Director for the School of Medicine, presents the Primary Care Track (PCT) Class of 2017 and introduces keynote speaker Dr. Jeff Brenner.
Dr. Jeff Brenner, Founder and Executive Director of the Camden Coalition, presents his keynote address “Building a New Model of Care for the Most Complex Patients.”
Doris Yimgang, PhD Student in Epidemiology, receives a certificate of participation and presentation from Dr. Beth Barnet, Vice Chair of Research, for her poster titled “Civil Unrest in the Context of Chronic Community Violence: Impact on Maternal- Child Health.”
Diana Carvajal, MD, MPH discusses her poster “How can Primary Care Providers Best Support Contraceptive Decision-making? A Qualitative Study Exploring the Perspectives of Baltimore Latinas” with a colleague. Research Division member Beth Barnet, MD also collaborated on this research.
Weyinshet Gossa, MD explains her poster “Practice Transformation Networks: Transforming Practices for Quality and Cost-efficient Health Care” to a poster session attendee.
Thank you to all the participants and presenters at Primary Care Day 2017! Included in this photo are Research Division members Diana Carvajal, MD, MPH, Shana Ntiri, MD, MPH, Alicia Ray, Niharika Khanna, MBBS, MD, DGO, Weyinshet Gossa, MD, MPH, and Beth Barnet, MD.
- “The Relationship between Autonomy Support by the Nurse Practitioner and Patients Activation for Self-management in a Nurse-managed Mobile Primary Care Clinic” by Susan Antol, PhD, MS, RN
- “Strengthening Coordination between Primary Care Providers/Practices (PCPs) and Community-based Prenatal and Early Childhood Home Visiting (HV) in Maryland” by Beth Barnet, MD
- “How can Primary Care Providers Best Support contraceptive Decision-making? A Qualitative Study Exploring the Perspectives of Baltimore Latinas" by Diana Carvajal, MD, MPH
- “Healthy Steps Intervention: A Comparison of Emergency Room Visits and Patient Satisfaction Between Two Family Medicine Practices” by Stephanie Davis, MD and Britanne Doss, MD
- “Practice Transformation Networks: Transforming Practices for Quality and Cost-efficient Health Care” by Weyinshet Gossa, MD and Niharika Khanna, MD
- “The Debriefing Hour: Creating Space within Interprofessional Education to Facilitate and Process Learning” by Leila Islam, PhD and Kathleen Pincus, PharmD
- “Mammography Adherence and Early-Stage Breast Cancer Diagnosis in African American Women” by Shana Ntiri, MD, MPH
- “Patient Satisfaction with Bedside Teaching Rounds Compared with Non-bedside Rounds” by Jason Ramirez, MD
- “The Effectiveness of a Primary Care “add on” Weight Loss Program in Treating Obesity and Diabetes” by Vivienne Rose, MD
- “The Primary Care Track: Making the Community our Classroom- A Study in Progress” by Adam Spanier, MD, Nikkita Southall, MD, Babara Perez, MFA and Richard Colgan, MD
- “The University of Maryland Coordinated Care Center Ambulatory Intensive Care Unit” by David L. Stewart, MD, MPH
- “A Medical Home Model for Improving Access to Mental Health Services for Parents and Young Children in Baltimore: Initial Findings from the B-MOMS Needs Assessment and Healthy Steps Pilot Program” by Rebecca Vivrette, PhD
- “Civil Unrest in the Context of Chronic Community Violence: Impact on Maternal-Child Health” by Doris Yimgang, PhD Student in Epidemiology