The Department of Family Medicine will welcome new house officers for the traditional, military, and rural training track programs for the 2021-2022 year. Six UNMC medical students will also be joining through the Advanced Rural Training Program as subinterns.
UNMC Match Day was held on March 19.
Subinterns Taylor Bequette Stephanie Emig Blake Hass Cody Masters Anna Ripp Leo Tyler
Current Advanced Rural Training Program Sarah Marlatt – UNMC Haley Mathews – UNMC Jacob Vasa – UNMC Jeffrey Wallman – UNMC
Traditional, Urban Underserved Brendan George – University of Iowa, Carver College of Medicine Ralph Hauke – UNMC Michael Schulte – Creighton University School of Medicine Ryan Wendt – University of Iowa, Carver College of Medicine
Air Force Alexander Edwards – University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences Ethan Miller – University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences Boone Parkinson – Des Moines University Hannah Pyle – St. Louis University School of Medicine Kate Seideman – Western University of Health Sciences Sarah Szybist – Rocky Vista University College of Medicine Natasha Yousaf – West Virginia University School of Medicine
Rural Training Track
Grand Island Jordan E. Kunz – UNMC
Kearney Nathan E. Harris – UNMC
North Platte Jordan K. Cockerill – St. Martinsus University
Scottsbluff Eduardo A. Gonzalez Fernandez – Univ Autonoma de Nuevo Leon Facultad de Medicina Ann Iype – Kasturba Medical College of Manipal – India
The Department of Family Medicine will welcome new house officers for the traditional, military, and rural training track programs for the 2020-2021 year. Four UNMC medical students will also be joining through the Advanced Rural Training Program as subinterns.
UNMC Match Day was held virtually on March 20.
Current Advanced Rural Training Program
Matthew Dorwart – UNMC
Denai Fraction – UNMC
Daniel Lomelin – UNMC
Allie Swanson – UNMC
Traditional, Urban Underserved
Megha Ananth – University of Kansas School of Medicine -Wichita
Allison Bird – A.T. Still University Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine
Diana Bosworth – UNMC
Zachary Ehresman – UNMC
Corin Archuleta – Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Jacqueline Baude – UNMC
Dorie Pitzer – Creighton University School of Medicine
Steven Preitt – Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Andrew Rochee III – Rutgers University, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Francesca Ursua – Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences
Connor Wagner – University of New Mexico School of Medicine
Patricia Zick – Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Rural Training Track
Laura Leon – UNMC
Skylar Stacy – University of Kansas School of Medicine – Wichita
Holly Groteluschen – UNMC
Shelby Liesemeyer – UNMC
Vitor Martins Da Silva – Faculdade de Medicina de Bahia
“Interactive Strategies for Learner Obesity Bias Education and Mitigation Incorporating the New Core Obesity Competencies (STU)” by Birgit Khandalavala, MBBS and Jessica Koran-Scholl, PhD
“Impact of an Interprofessional Mediterranean Culinary Course on Medical Student Nutrition” by Susan Evans, MD; Jenenne Geske, PhD; Birgit Khandalavala, MBBS; Max Lydiatt; Cathy Curtis; Brian OMalley
“Development of an Interprofessional eLearning Module for Implicit Obesity Bias Medical Education” by Birgit Khandalavala, MBBS and Jessica Koran-Scholl, PhD
“Feasibility of Conducting a Study in an Amish Community in Rural Nebraska” by Mindy Lacey, MD; Jenenne Geske, PhD; Birgit Khandalavala, MBBS; Joseph Rohr, MD, PhD; Kristine Spears, PA-C
“Not Your Typical High School Dance: Collaborative Community Dance Events to Enhance STI Testing for Adolescents” by Andrea Jones, MD; Birgit Khandalavala, MBBS; Sara Marlatt
Scholarly Topic Roundtable Discussions:
“Our Future and the Family Medicine Student and Resident: Teaching, Exercise, Healthy Nutrition and Lifestyle Redesign (STU)” by Jo Reilly, MD, MPH; Jessica Thai; Max Lydiatt; Susan Evans, MD; Birgit Khandalavala, MBBS
“Obesity Bias- Blindspots and Blatancies: Strategies and Educational Interventions for Medical Students” by Birgit Khandalavala, MBBS; Jessica Koran-Scholl, PhD
“Preventive Health for Underserved Youth: Public Health Strategies, Community-Based Ventures and Medical Student Education (STU)” by Andrea Jones, MD; Jennifer Liu, MD
“Using Aquifer Family Medicine Cases to Solve Unique and Common Curricular Challenges, 10 Years In (NFAC)” by Elizabeth Brown, MD, MPH; Dana Nguyen, MD; Jacob Prunuske, MD, MSPH; Kenneth Wise; Dolapo Babalola, MD, FAAFP, FAAFP; William Hay, MD
“Interprofessional Community Engaged Activities of an Interprofessional Student-Run Clinic” by Jennifer Liu, MD; Kristen Cook, PharmD, BCPS; Jenenne Geske, PhD; Wayne Mathews; William Hay, MD; Andrea Jones, MD; Megan Timmerman, RD; Sean Feehan
Completed Research Project:
“Strengthening Medical and Pharmacy Interprofessional Collaboration at a Student-Run Free Clinic: The GOODLIFE Model” by William Hay, MD; Kristen Cook, PharmD, BCPS
“There Will Be Food: Teaching Nutrition Skills to Medical Students Through Cooking” by Susan Evans, MD; Jessica Thai, Bonnie Jortberg, PhD, RD, CDE; Jo Reilly, MD, MPH; Birgit Khandalavala, MBBS; Max Lydiatt; Cathy Curtis; Brian OMalley
The Family Medicine Interest Group recently hosted their annual meeting with the Nebraska Academy of Family Practice.
This year featured a panel discussion with NAFP President Dr. Steven Williams, board chair of the American Academy of Family Physicians, Dr. Robert Wergin, UNMC Family Medicine Resident Program Director, Dr. Kimberly Jarzynka, and current Family Medicine residents Dr. Zach Wordekemper and Denai Gordon.
The current FMIG officers were also introduced and recognized.