Collaborative Projects

Use of Novel Tailored Reminders in Primary Care: (Kim Engelman, Ph.D., PI)
This R21 project, funded jointly by the National Cancer Institute and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality uses a tablet computer delivered brief tailored module on colorectal cancer screening for use by primary care patients over the age of 50 years.  Computer algorithms produce messages and follow-up mailing to participants who coordinate screening tests with their regular primary care practices. We have recruited for this project in over 40 urban and rural practices that are part of KPEPR.  Drs. Greiner, Ellerbeck, Daley and James serve as Co-investigators.

Implementation Intentions to Promote Colon Cancer Screening in Rural Primary Care: (Kim Engelman, Ph.D., PI)
This recently funded R01 project is funded by the National Cancer Institute and will test a unique planning strategy based on "implementation intentions" to help patients follow-through with colorectal cancer screening. The project will be conducted in KPEPR practices.

Last modified: Feb 17, 2014
News Update

Public Health Fellowship

If you're interested in getting your Masters of Public Health for free through the department of family medicine, click here for a flyer and brochure with more information.

Distinguished Teaching Career Earns Nason Award for Birch

2015 was a banner year for Dr. James Birch, as he was the recipient of multiple awards including the Nason Award for Excellence in Family Medicine Education, and also visited Panama on a medical mission trip.

Medical Student selected for Family Medicine Leads Emerging Leader Institute

Tequila Manning was selected to participate in the inaugural Family Medicine Leads Emerging Leader Institute. She will participate in a year-long leadership development program.

HITSystem Success Allows Expansion of Scope and Goals

Dr. Sarah Finnochario-Kessler works to end the spread of HIV/AIDS in Subsaharan Africa

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