Congratulations to faculty with recent publications

Corrine Hanson, PhD, RD, LMNT

Saathoff, M; Hanson, C; Anderson-Berry, A; Lyden, E; Fernandez, F. “Vitamin D Supplementation Practices in Breastfed Infants in Outpatient Pediatric Clinics.” Journal of Infant, Childhood, and Adolescent Nutrition 2014; 6(2):122 – 126.

Tamara Ritsema, MPH, MMSc, PA-C and Patty Scholting, MPAS, PA-C

Differences in the Delivery of Health Education to Patients With Chronic Disease by Provider Type, 2005–2009; Tamara S. Ritsema, MPH, MMSc, PA-C; Jeffrey B. Bingenheimer, PhD, MPH; Patty Scholting, MPAS, PA-C; James F. Cawley, MPH, PA-C; Prev Chronic Dis 2014;11:130175

This is a national study using large database of EMR to show positive impact of health education by PAs and NPs. This is the peer-reviewed Preventing Chronic Disease online publication by the CDC.

UPDATE on March 21, 2014: This article has been their most popular article so far this month, receiving 2,129 page views since publication on March 6. That is a very high number having only been out 2 weeks, numbers typically seen more toward the very end of the month. There have also been mentions of the article in Medscape, Smart Brief, Fierce Healthcare, and MPR.

Congratulations, Tami and Patty!

 

Three PT Students presented posters at the Midwest Student Biomedical Research Forum

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Troy Goetsch, Megan Bradberry, and Zach Douglas

Troy Goetsch, Megan Bradberry, and Zach Douglas (PT2s) presented posters at the 45th Annual Midwest Student Biomedical Research Forum that was held March 1, 2014 at Creighton. Well done!

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Megan Bradberry and Joseph Siu, PhD

Megan’s poster was titled, “Tai Chi as a Balance Intervention for Older Adults: Web-Based vs. Video-Based?”

 

 

 

 

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Zach Douglas and Katherine Jones, PT, PhD

Zach’s poster was titled, “Geographic Distribution of Specialized Stroke Rehabilitation Services in Nebraska.”

 

 

 

 

 

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Troy Goetsch

Troy’s poster was titled, “The Impact of Cognitive Level and Task Difficulty on Spatiotemporal Gait Measures During Dual Task Performance in Older Adults.”

Congratulations to David Holt and to Dr. Katherine Jones!

Journal of Extracorporeal Technology recently published, “Heparin Dose and Postoperative Bleeding in Patients Undergoing Cardiopulmonary Bypass,” coauthored by Mark W. Rosin, MPS, and  David Holt, MA, CCT, program director in our clinical perfusion education program. They presented at the 33rd Annual Cardiothoracic Research and Education Foundation Symposium in San Diego, CA last year.

Katherine Jones, PT, PhD, will be honored this spring with the UNMC New Investigator Award. New Investigator Awards go to outstanding UNMC scientists who in the past two years have secured their first funding from the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense or other national sources. New Investigators also had to demonstrate scholarly activity such as publishing their research and/or presenting their findings at national conventions.

Dr. Jones’ Patient Safety website