The CGEA Spring Conference will be taking place in Ypsilanti from April 6-8. Below is a summary of the presentations, workshops, and discussions in which the Learning Health Sciences Faculty will be participating.
Recent publication from Drs. Mullan and Gruppen: The Evolution of Professionalism in Medicine and Radiology
DPE faculty Larry Gruppen and Patricia Mullan recently published the article in Academic Radiology. The article examines the evolution of professionalism and ethics in medicine and radiology.
Rebecca Crowley Jacobson, MD, MS will be presenting "Knowledge-based systems for clinical and education research" Wednesday, April 6 from noon-1pm in Palmer Commons.
Monica Lypson, MD, MHPE recently published research on optimizing the post-graduate institutional program evaluation process. The article was published in BioMed Central.
Cheryl Moyer, MPH, PhD co-authored the article that was recently published in PLOS Medicine as apart of the "Grand Convergence: Aligning Technologies and Realities in Global Health" collection of papers. The article explores transformative solutions in reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health (RMNCH) that have the potential to improve the well-being of mothers and children globally.
DLHS faculty Karandeep Singh, MD, MMSc was featured in a number of press articles regarding his recent issue brief publication on the Commonwealth Fund website. His research has been referenced in articles by MobileHealthNews, HealthCare Informatics, BenefitsPro, Fierce Mobile Healthcare, Philanthropy New York, and ASAHP.
Professor and Bioethicist Raymond De Vries featured in NYTimes article on research on assisted suicide in the Netherlands
Raymond De Vries, PhD (University of Michigan ) and Scott Kim, MD, PhD (NIH) were quoted in the New York Times regarding their study of euthanasia and assisted suicide (EAS) for persons with psychiatric illnesses was recently. The study found that persons receiving EAS for psychiatric disorders in the Netherlands were mostly women, of diverse ages, with complex and chronic psychiatric, medical, and psychosocial histories. The researchers also reported that in more than half of approved cases, people had declined treatment that could have helped, and that many cited loneliness as an important reason for wanting to die.