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Calkins, Whitney, MD
MyAction Plan: Mapping the Path toward Patient Engagement with an Evidence-Based Tool, 2013.
Cichoskikelly, Eileen, PhD
University of Vermont College of Medicine Office of Admissions: Assessment and Advancement of Humanism in Medical School Admissions and Beyond. Arnold P. Gold Foundation Grant. 07/01/09 – 06/30/2011.
Rachel Humphrey, MD
Improving Adolescent Health Care: Health Improvement Directed Activities For Medicaid-Eligible Children/Youth: Elevate awareness of practicing family physicians, family medicine residents, and medical students about adolescent suicide; better equip family physicians to manage adolescents at risk; and educate family physicians about resources that are available. Grant through Vermont Child Health Improvement Program (VCHIP).
Alicia Jacobs, MD
After School Velocity program grant from Fletcher Allen Health Care Community Benefits Funds. Study an after school activity program for non-athletic middle school boys.
After School Mindfulness grant from Fletcher Allen Health Care Community Benefits Funds. To develop an after school mindfulness program for school age children.
Community Supported Agriculture grant from TD Bank. Quality study of how a CSA share affects biometrics and sense of wellness.
VCHIP grant for asthma research.
Asthma SmartForm Research project.
Clara Keegan, MD
UVM Dept. of Family Medicine VCHIP Grant (2012-2013) Effort focused on provider education regarding communication with adolescents
Program Coordinator and Medical Consultant, Reach Out and Read
South Burlington Family Practice, South Burlington, VT (2012-present)
Blackwell Family Medicine, Westford, MA (2009-2011)
King, John, MD, MPH
Improving Child and Adolescent Health Care: Operationalizing and Disseminating Health Improvement for Medicaid-Eligible Children.
Improving Adolescent Health Care. Funding Source Vermont Children's Health Improvement Program.
Residency Training in Primary Care. Additional Investigators: Monica Romanko, MD; Michael Sirois, MD; David Little, MD. Family Medicine Residency Training in High Quality, Accessible Rural Primary Care Health: HRSA Primary Care Residency Training Grant. Funded by: Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) (Year July 2007-June 2011).
“Simple Visual Natural Frequency-Based Shared Decision-Making Aids for Patient and Physician in the Pre-diabetes Office Visit.” John G. King, MD, MPH, Brian Flynn, Sc.D. American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation (AAFP/F) and the Research Committee (RC)Joint Grant Awards Program (JGAP).
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