DLHS faculty Martha Funnell to provide empowerment training for nurses and dietitians in Abu Dhabi next week
Martha Funnell MS, RN, CDE, FAADE will be providing the training for more than 60 nurses and dietitians from the UAE. The training will be sponsored by the Health Ministry and is conducted in collaboration with Aarhaus University in Denmark.
DLHS faculty Patricia Mullan, Cheryl Moyer, and Sally Santen recognized as 2015 Top Reviewers by the Journal of Graduate Medical Education
Patricia Mullan, PhD, Cheryl Moyer, PhD, MPH, and Sally Santen, MD, PhD, were recognized by the Journal of Graduate Medical Education among the Top Reviewers of 2015. Those receiving this recognition served as reviewers and provided helpful critiques and suggestions to authors.
DLHS joint faculty Dr. Maya Hammoud publishes research on patient responses to research recruitment and follow-up surveys
Maya Hammoud, MD co-authored the article that was recently published in BioMedCentral.The research documents the patient responses to research recruitment, consent, follow-up, and reminder procedures in the Middle East.
Drs. Karandeep Singh & Vinod Vydiswaran featured in ARC-TS article for work on HIPAA-aligned “Armis” high performance computing cluster
Using a new high-performance computing cluster "Armis," Assistant Professors V.G. Vinod Vydiswaran and Karandeep Singh in the Department of Learning Health Sciences are working on developing and applying algorithms based on natural language processing of clinical notes and health records. The ability to understand, extract, and normalize medical concepts from unstructured text in clinical data will help researchers better identify groups of people, or "cohorts," suffering from the same disease. This would further enable large-scale analyses of these cohorts, making possible discovery of factors in clinical notes that predict the prevalence of the disease.
DLHS joint faculty, Dr. Paul Gauger, publishes review of molecular imaging in the management of andrenalcortical cancer.
Dr. Gauger co-authored the article that was recently published in Clinical Nuclear Medicine.
Today, Caren Stalburg, MD, MA presents to the annual meeting of the Michigan Section of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) about her program to train Michigan providers about the new Breast Density Notification Law. View her slides.
UMCSC is seeking Biomedical Engineering (BME) students the opportunity to gain practical experience, and apply engineering skills in the field of medical education and simulator development during a summer 2016 internship. Students will work with simulation technicians, physicians, and education researchers to develop novel simulators for the purpose of educating U-M health care professionals.
Four DLHS faculty - Bob Anderson, Martha Funnell, Tom Fitzgerald, and Gretchen Piatt - participated in the Behavioral Research in Diabetes Group Exchange Conference (BRIDGE) in Orlando, FL Feb. 4-7. The conference is an invitational professional study of behavioral research in diabetes.
Yesterday Gretchen Piatt, MPH, PhD gave a talk titled “Understanding the need for Implementation Science: What Happens After the RCT is Over?” at the University of South Florida's Epidemiology Seminar.
Martha Funnell, MS, RN, CDE, FAADE, presented on Patient Empowerment in Diabetes at three different education programs in Denmark in the city of Copenhagen, the city of Middelfart, and at Aarhaus University due the week of January 25th.