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Celebrating Generalism:
Leading
Innovation
and Change
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36th Annual Meeting
April 24-27, 2013
Sheraton Denver Downtown
Denver, Colorado
SGIM 36TH ANNUAL MEETING SCHEDULE
Day
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Time
Session
8:00 am – 5:30 pm
ACLGIM Hess Management Institute  Quality Course  TEACH Course
1:30 – 5:00 pm
Precourses  ABIM SEP Modules  Offsite Tour of Denver Health
5:30 – 7:00 pm
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 1
7:00 – 8:00 am
Breakfast and Morning Networking
8:00 – 9:00 am
Interest Group Meetings
9:00 – 11:00 am
Opening Plenary Session  Presidential Address: Ann Butler Nattinger, MD, MPH
11:00 – 11:30 am
Break
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Vignette Poster Session 1  Mentoring Panels  Distinguished Professor Keynote Addresses
VA Leadership Lunch
Concurrent Session A
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Updates in Women’s Health and Addiction Medicine  VA Session: eHealth and mHealth: State of the Science
Special Symposia in Shared Decision Making and Evolution in Medicine  Workshops
Innovations in Medical Education Oral Presentation Session  Hamolsky and Vignette Award Finalist Sessions,
Abstract Sessions in Geriatrics, Disparities and Preventive Medicine
2:30 – 3:30 pm
Afternoon Networking
Concurrent Session B
3:30 – 5:00 pm
Updates in Care of Cancer Survivors, Chronic Kidney Disease and Medical Education
Special Symposia: The Business of Medicine and Implementing CBME  Workshops
Clinical Practice Innovations Oral Presentation Session  Clinical VignDate Session: Granulomas: TB or not TB?
Hamolsky Award Finalist Session, Abstract Sessions in Hospital Medicine, Organization of Chronic Disease and
the 2013 SGIM/AACH Joint Abstract Session
5:00 – 5:30 pm
Break
5:30 – 7:00 pm
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 2
7:00 pm –
Evening Networking Opportunities
7:00 – 8:00 am
Breakfast and Morning Networking
8:00 – 9:30 am
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 3
9:30 – 11:00 am
Plenary Session 2  Malcolm Peterson Lecture: Wayne J. Riley, MD, MPH, MBA, MACP
11:00 – 11:30 am
Break
Concurrent Session C
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Updates in Hospital Medicine and Palliative Medicine  VA Session: Partnerships to Enhance Women’s Health
Research  Special Symposia in Leadership Skills for Academic GIM and Comprehensive Review of USMLE
IME and CPI Poster Session  Workshops  Clinical Vignette and Infectious Disease Unknown Vignette Session
Lipkin Award Finalist Session, Abstract Sessions in Cancer Research, Health Disparities and Women’s Health
1:00 – 3:00 pm
Awards Luncheon  Speaker: Catherine Reinis Lucey, MD
Concurrent Session D
3:00 – 4:30 pm
Updates in HIV, Pain Medicine and Geriatric Medicine  Workshops  Vignette Poster Session 2
VA Session: Integrating Peer Support into Chronic Disease Management  Special Symposia: Partnering
Between Academic And Community Institutions & Preventing Burnout In Primary Care  Lipkin Award Finalist
Session, Abstract Sessions in Medical Education, Quality of Care/Patient Safety and the 2013 SGIM/SMDM
Joint Abstract Session  Clinical VignDate Session: The Woes of Eos
4:30 – 5:00 pm
Afternoon Networking
5:00 – 6:00 pm
Interest Group Meetings
5:00 –
Evening Networking Opportunities
7:30 – 9:00 am
Vignette Poster Session 3
8:00 – 9:00 am
Interest Group Meetings
9:00 – 10:30 am
Plenary Session 3  Speaker: Richard J. Baron, MD, MACP
10:30 – 11:00 am
Break
Concurrent Session E
11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Updates in Perioperative Medicine and New Medications in Primary Care  Workshops
Special Symposia: Entering the Belly of the Beast: Physicians In Government and Transitional Care Management
Abstract Sessions in Medical Education, Organization of Care and Chronic Disease Management, Mental Health/
Substance Abuse and VA-Related Research  Clinical Vignette and Cardiology Unknown Vignette Session
12:30 – 1:30 pm
Afternoon Networking – Lunch on Your Own
Concurrent Session F
1:30 – 3:00 pm
Updates on Psychiatry for the General Internist and GIM  Workshops  Clinical Vignette
and Rheumatology Unknown Vignette Session  Abstract Sessions in Health Disparities,
Qualitative Research, Clinical Epidemiology/Healthcare Effectiveness Research and
Quality of Care/Patient Safety
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Annual Meeting Schedule........... inside front cover
Thursday................................................................................................... 18
General Information for Everyday.............2
Thursday Events....................................................................................... 19
Highlights.................................................................................................3
Opening Poster Session & Reception & Plenaries............................3
Thursday Interest Groups...................................................................... 19
Opening Plenary Session........................................................................ 21
Distinguished Professor & VA Series................................................... 4
Mentoring Panels & Distinguished
Professor Keynotes .............................................................................. 21
SGIM TEACH...............................................................................................5
Vignette Poster Session 1.......................................................................22
Invited Sessions...........................................................................................5
Concurrent Session A.............................................................................. 26
Thursday Lunchtime Sessions................................................................5
Interest Group and Regional Meet and Greet................................. 29
Mentoring Panels.........................................................................................6
SGIM Meetings......................................................................................... 29
2013 Awards and Grants.................................................6
Concurrent Session B..............................................................................30
NEW CLINICAL VIGNETTE PRESENTATIONS........8
Continuing Medical Education
Credit Information..................................................................9
Wednesday............................................................................................ 10
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 2................................................... 34
Friday............................................................................................................. 39
Friday Events.............................................................................................40
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 3................................................... 41
Plenary Session 2......................................................................................46
Wednesday Events.....................................................................................11
Concurrent Session C.............................................................................. 47
ACLGIM .......................................................................................................11
Tracks........................................................................................................... 50
Quality Course............................................................................................11
Innovations Poster Session................................................................... 53
SGIM-ABIM .............................................................................................. 12
Awards Banquet........................................................................................ 57
Precourses................................................................................................... 12
Concurrent Session D.............................................................................. 58
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 1....................................................13
Clinical Vignette Poster Session 2...................................................... 62
Friday Interest Groups............................................................................ 65
Saturday................................................................................................... 67
Saturday Events......................................................................................... 68
Clinical Vignette Poster Session 3...................................................... 68
Saturday Interest Groups........................................................................71
Plenary Session 3...................................................................................... 73
Concurrent Session E.............................................................................. 74
Concurrent Session F.............................................................................. 78
Presenting Author index............................................ 81
General Information.........................................................94
SGIM Officers and Council....................................................................94
SGIM Regional Leaders..........................................................................94
SGIM Staff..................................................................................................94
Committees, Task Forces and Workgroup Leaders.......................94
SGIM Past Presidents............................................................................. 95
2013 Annual Meeting Program Committee..................................... 95
Sponsor Acknowledgements................................................................. 98
Future Meeting Dates.............................................................................. 98
DENVER
Hotel Floor Plan............................................................................... 99-100
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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General Information for Everyday
SGIM is pleased to host its 36th Annual Meeting at the Sheraton Denver
Downtown Hotel. This is a large meeting hotel, and you will find floor plans in
the back of this program, on pages 99-100.
Lactation Suite
Meeting events are on several levels of both the Tower Building and the Plaza
Building. Each session listing indicates both.
Wednesday2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Thursday7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday7:00 am – 2:30 pm
For example: Plaza Building Concourse Level is abbreviated as PBCL.
Meeting Registration, plenary sessions, committee meetings and our annual
meet and greet area are in the Plaza Building on the Concourse level – one
level below the hotel front desk, where you get your room key.
Educational sessions are scheduled on the lobby level and the third level – one
level up from Registration.
Committee meetings are scheduled on the lobby level of the hotel.
SGIM is not providing a Cyber Café this year, as the Sheraton Link® offers free
wireless access and computers in the lobby.
Registration
Plaza Building Concourse Level
Wednesday7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Thursday7:00 am – 6:30 pm
Friday7:00 am – 6:30 pm
Saturday6:30 am – 3:00 pm
GIMConnect Demo
Learn about SGIM’s new enhanced online member directory and
collaboration tool—GIM Connect.
Get started with personalized help and a quick overview
Colorado Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine Level
Prayer Space
Biltmore Room, Tower Building, Terrace Level
Wednesday7:00 am – 4:30 pm
Thursday7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday7:00 am – 4:00 pm
Saturday7:00 am – 2:30 pm
Name Badges
Please make sure to wear your name badge to gain entry to all Annual Meeting
events.
Staff in the registration area will gladly make corrections and/or provide
replacements.
Photographer
SGIM employs a professional photographer during the Annual Meeting who
will be taking pictures of Annual Meeting events and participants. These
photos may be used for SGIM promotional materials, either in print and/or
on the SGIM website.
Annual Meeting Press Policy
SGIM permits members of the press to attend its Annual Meeting sessions.
Members of the press are required to:
Plaza Building Concourse Level
Thursday7:00 am – 8:00 am
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Friday7:00 am – 8:00 am
4:30 – 5:50 pm
Saturday7:00 am – 8:00 am
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register to attend the meeting
n
wear name badges
n
affix a “Press” ribbon to that name badge
Annual Meeting workshop and precourse session coordinators have the
option of closing their session to members of the press, by asking if any are in
attendance, and asking them to leave. All oral and poster sessions are open to
the press.
Presenter Central – both Speaker Ready Room
and Poster Pick Up and Production
Plaza Court 2, Plaza Building Concourse Level
Wednesday10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday7:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday7:00 am – 2:30 pm
Networking Space
North Convention Lobby, Tower Building, 2nd Level
Wednesday1:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Thursday7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday7:00 am – 2:30 pm
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SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
Highlights
FRIDAY AWARDS LUNCHEON KEYNOTE
Generalist Leaders and Wicked Problems
All plenary sessions will be held in Sections A, B, and C of the Plaza
Ballroom, Concourse Level
Thursday Opening Plenary Session
Keynote
Securing Our Future
Ann Butler Nattinger, MD, MPH, MACP
Professor of Medicine and Health Services Research,
Chief, General Internal Medicine, Lady Riders
Professor of Breast Cancer Research, Director, Center
for Patient Care and Outcomes Research, Medical
College of Wisconsin
Dr. Nattinger has broad experience in cancer health
services research including studying outcomes of care,
predictors of quality of care, and the comparative effectiveness of newer therapies. She was a pioneer in the use of population-based data to study breast
cancer care. Her creative use of multi-modality data sources has substantially
advanced the field of population science. She has received several grants from
the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense.
Dr. Nattinger maintains an active clinical practice and is consistently
named in the Best Doctors in America listing. As Chief of General Internal
Medicine, she oversees a division of over 100 faculty members and is active in
all areas of education, having mentored dozens of Individuals, including nine
junior faculty through competitive national career development awards. She
serves on several national committees, including the American Cancer Society’s Council for Extramural Grants. She is the recipient of numerous awards,
including the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Distinguished Service Award
and a Mastership from the American College of Physicians. Dr. Nattinger currently serves as the President of the Society of General Internal Medicine.
FRIDAY PLENARY SESSION
2013 Malcolm L. Peterson Honor Lecture
Selma to Montgomery and Beyond: Health
Disparities & Health Inequity in America
Wayne J. Riley, MD, MPH, MBA, MACP
President and Chief Executive Officer, Professor of
Internal Medicine, Meharry Medical College; Professor
of Internal Medicine, Vanderbilt University School of
Medicine; Senior Health Policy Associate, Robert Wood
Johnson Center for Health Policy, Meharry Medical
College; Member, Institute of Medicine, Member, Board
of Regents, American College of Physicians
Dr. Riley is the 10th President and Chief Executive Officer of Meharry
Medical College, the nation’s largest, private, independent, historically black
academic health center. Dr. Riley’s tenured career covers academic medicine,
primary care, public health, health care management and policy, academic
health science center administration and government. Dr. Riley is professor of internal medicine at both MMC and Vanderbilt University School of
Medicine, and is a senior health policy associate for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy at Meharry. Previously, he served as
Vice-President and Vice Dean for Health Affairs and Governmental Relations
at Baylor College of Medicine.
Dr. Riley is a master in the American College of Physicians and holds leadership roles in the Association of Academic Health Centers, U.S. Department
of Veteran’s Affairs National Academic Affiliations Council and the National
Institutes of Health’s “Blue Ribbon” Advisory Committee. He currently chairs
the National Advisory Council on Minority Health and Health Disparities
of the NIH. Dr. Riley was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National
Academies’ class of 2012 for his contributions to medicine, medical sciences
and healthcare.
Catherine Reinis Lucey, MD
Dr. Lucey is Vice Dean for Education at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. She
directs the undergraduate, graduate and continuing medical education programs of the School of Medicine and the
Office of Medical Education. Dr. Lucey comes to UCSF
from Ohio State University where she was vice dean for
education for the College of Medicine and associate vice
president for health sciences education for the Office of Health Sciences. She
is a member of the AAMC MR5 committee, charged with overseeing the revision of the Medical College Admission Test process. Dr. Lucey also served as
past Chair of the American Board of Internal Medicine Board of Directors. Dr.
Lucey completed her residency in internal medicine, including service as chief
resident, at the UCSF-affiliated San Francisco General Hospital, after earning
her medical degree from the Northwestern University School of Medicine.
SATURDAY PLENARY SESSION KEYNOTE
New Payment Models: What’s Driving Them,
and What Do They Mean for General Internal
Medicine?
Richard J. Baron, MD, MACP
Dr. Baron will become President and CEO of the
American Board of Internal Medicine and the ABIM
Foundation in June, 2013.
From April 2012 until April 12, 2013, Dr. Baron was
the Group Director, Seamless Care Models, at the Innovation Center at CMS. His portfolio included innovative
ACO models and models of high value, comprehensive
primary care. Before joining CMS, Dr. Baron led a general medicine practice
that was a pioneer in the comprehensive adoption of electronic health records
in the small practice environment, and was among the first 50 practices in the
US to achieve level 3 PCMH recognition from NCQA. Dr. Baron also served
as Chief Medical Officer of Health Partners, and was the architect of the Best
Clinical and Administrative Practices program, funded by the Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation and the Center for Health Care Strategies. This program
reached plans serving more than half of the U.S. Medicaid managed care population.
Additionally, Dr. Baron was a member of the National Committee for Quality Assurance Standards Committee and director of the National Quality Forum. Dr. Baron was awarded the Pennsylvania Laureate Award, a Mastership
from the American College of Physicians, and “Practitioner of the Year” by the
Philadelphia County Medical Society.
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Highlights
Tenth Annual SGIM Distinguished
Professor Program in Geriatrics
Sixth Annual SGIM Distinguished
Professor Program in Women’s Health
Jean S. Kutner MD, MSPH
Content developed in conjunction with the SGIM Geriatrics
Task Force
The 2013 Distinguished Professor in Geriatrics program
is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from the
Association of Specialty Professors
Karen Freund, MD, MPH
The 2013 SGIM Distinguished Professor in Women’s Health
is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from the
Physicians for Reproductive Health and Choice
Thursday
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Wednesday
5:30 – 7:00 pm
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 1
Grand Ballroom, Tower Bldg, 2nd Level
All geriatrics posters will be presented during this poster session.
Thursday
7:00 – 8:00 am
Walking Abstract Poster Session
Grand Ballroom, Tower Bldg, 2nd Level
Dr. Kutner will lead a “walk and talk” tour of the geriatrics posters.
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Distinguished Professor in Geriatrics Keynote Lecture
and Dessert Reception
Distinguished Professor in Women’s Health Keynote Lecture
Silver Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Friday
8:00 – 9:30 am
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 3
Grand Ballroom, Tower Bldg, 2nd Level
All women’s health posters will be presented during this poster session.
Dr. Freund will lead a “walk and talk” tour of the Women’s Health posters.
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Abstract Session C4: Women’s Health
Directors Row J, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Plaza E, Plaza Building Concourse
Enhancing Evidence-Based Patient Care at the Intersection of GIM
and Geriatrics
Dr. Freund will serve as the session discussant.
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Thursday
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Abstract Session A2: Aging/Geriatrics/End of Life
VA Series
Directors Row E, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
VA Leadership Meeting
Dr. Kutner will serve as the session discussant.
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building Concourse
(Grab your box lunch at bring it with you)
Fourth Annual Distinguished
Professor Program in Cancer Research
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Stephen Taplin, MD, MPH
The 2013 Distinguished Professor in Cancer Research is
supported by an unrestricted educational grant from The
Livestrong Foundation
VAA: eHealth and mHealth: State of the Science
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building Concourse
Coordinator: Jeffrey Whittle, MD, MPH
Friday
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
VAC: Partnerships to Enhance Women’s Health Research
Thursday
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Distinguished Professor in Cancer Research Keynote Lecture
Columbine Room, Tower Building, Terrace Level
5:30 – 7:00 pm
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 2
Grand Ballroom, Tower Building, 2nd Level
All cancer research posters will be presented during this poster session.
Dr. Taplin will lead a “walk and talk” tour of the cancer research posters.
Friday
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Abstract Session C2: Cancer Research
Directors Row E, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Dr. Taplin will serve as the session discussant.
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Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building Concourse
Coordinator: Ellen F. Yee MD, MPH
3:00 – 4:30 pm
VAD: Integrating Peer Support into Chronic Disease
Management
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building Concourse
Coordinator: Jeff Whittle, MD, MPH
VA programming of the above sessions in the VA Series at the SGIM 36th Annual Meeting is supported by the VA Health Services Research and Development Service and the VA Quality Enhancement Research Initiative (QUERI).
Other VA-related session
Thursday
8:00 – 9:00 am
IT20: VA Primary Care Interest Group
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building Concourse
Coordinator: Paul Pirraglia, MD
SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
Highlights
SGIM TEACH (TEACHING EDUCATORS
ACROSS THE CONTINUUM OF HEALTHCARE)
CERTIFICATION
Friday
Session C
The SGIM Education Committee is launching the TEACH Certificate at the
SGIM 36th Annual Meeting. TEACH Certificate program participants will be
required to attend a precourse on Wednesday of the 2013 Annual Meeting. The
precourse is open only to those in the TEACH program.
Additionally, TEACH Certificate applicants must participate in a total of three
annual meeting workshops offered at the 2013 and 2014 annual meetings. The
workshops that will count towards the TEACH Certificate in 2013 are:
WTA Teaching in the Ambulatory Setting;
Coordinator: Kerri L. Palamara, MD (SEE PAGE 26 FOR DETAILS)
WTC Teaching in Small Groups;
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
CUC1: Update in Hospital Medicine
Plaza E, Plaza Bldg Concourse
CUC2: Clinical Update in Palliative Care
Spruce Room, Tower Bldg Mezzanine
SSC1: Leadership Skills for Academic GIM
Plaza F, Plaza Bldg Concourse
SSC2: The Changing U.S. Medical Licensing Examination
Gold Room, Tower Bldg Mezzanine
Session D
3:00 – 4:30 pm
CUD1: Update in HIV Medicine
Coordinator: Toshiko Uchida, MD (SEE PAGE 47 FOR DETAILS)
Gold Room, Tower Bldg Mezzanine
WTE Effective Large Group Presentations: The Heart
of Didactics
CUD2: Update in Pain Medicine
Coordinator: Pete Yunyongying, MD (SEE PAGE 74 FOR DETAILS)
CUD: Update in Geriatrics
INVITED SESSIONS
SGIM has invited the presentation of Special Symposia and Clinical
Updates. Details can be found within each session listing; registration codes
are noted here.
Thursday
Session A
Spruce Room, Tower Bldg Mezzanine
Plaza E, Plaza Bldg Concourse
SSD1: Preventing Burnout in GIM
Plaza F, Plaza Bldg Concourse
SSD2: Academic–Community Partnerships
Plaza D, Plaza Bldg Concourse
CUA1: Clinical Update Women’s Health
Saturday
Session E
Plaza E, Plaza Bldg Concourse
CUE1: Update in Perioperative Medicine
CUA2: Update in Medical Education
Plaza E, Plaza Bldg Concourse
Spruce Room, Tower Bldg Mezzanine
CUE2: Upate in New Medications in Primary Care
SSA1: Shared Decision Making
Plaza D, Plaza Bldg Concourse
Plaza F, Plaza Bldg Concourse
SSE1: Physicians in Government
SSA2: Evolution in Medicine
Plaza F, Plaza Bldg Concourse
Gold Room, Tower Bldg Mezzanine
SSE2: TCM: New Payment for Old Work
Session B
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Bldg Concourse
1:00 – 2:30 pm
3:00 – 4:30 pm
11:00 am – 12:30 pm
CUB1: Update in Care of Cancer Survivors
Session F
Plaza E, Plaza Bldg Concourse
CUF1: Update in General Internal Medicine
CUB2: Update in Chronic Kidney Disease
Plaza E, Plaza Bldg Concourse
Gold Room, Tower Bldg Mezzanine Level
CUF2: Update in Psychiatry for the General Internist
CUB3: Update in Medical Education
Plaza D, Plaza Bldg Concourse
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Bldg Concourse
1:00 – 2:30 pm
SSB1: The Business of Medicine
Thursday Lunchtime Sessions
Plaza F, Plaza Bldg Concourse Level
11:30 – 1:00 pm
SSB2: Implementing CBME in UME
Town Hall with Council
Plaza D, Plaza Bldg, Concourse Level
Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Bldg Concourse
SSB3: Report from the Commission on Reimbursement
Distinguished Professor Keynote Addresses
Governor’s Square 17 Plaza Bldg Concourse
Distinguished Professor in Cancer Research Keynote Address
Columbine Room, Tower Bldg Terrace
Distinguished Professor in Geriatrics Keynote Address
Terrace Room, Tower Bldg Terrace
Distinguished Professor in Women’s Health Keynote Address
Silver Room, Tower Bldg Mezzanine
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Highlights
Mentoring Panels
2013 AWARDS & GRANTS
Parenting in Medicine Panel
Visit the SGIM Awards Poster Gallery near registration that recognizes all our
award winners each year
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building, Concourse
Moderator: Nancy Rigotti, MD, Director, Office of Women’s Careers,
Massachusetts General Hospital
Disparities Mentoring Panel
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building, Concourse
Crystal Cené, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Division of General Internal
Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Monica Peek, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Section of General Internal
Medicine, The University of Chicago
Clinician Investigator Careers
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building, Concourse
Joshua P. Metlay, MD, PhD, Chief, Section of Hospital Medicine, University
of Pennsylvania
Gary E. Rosenthal, MD, University of Iowa College School of Medicine, Past
President, SGIM, 2010-2011
Martin F. Shapiro, MD, MPH, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles,
Past President, SGIM, 2002-2003
Clinician Educator Careers
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building, Concourse
Carol K. Bates, MD, Harvard Medical School, SGIM Treasurer, 2011-2012
Dan P. Hunt, MD, Chief, Hospital Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital
Ryan R. Kraemer, MD, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Kurt Pfeifer, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin
The Robert J. Glaser Award
David Bates, MD, MSc
Given to an individual for outstanding contributions to
research, education or both, in generalism in medicine, this
is SGIM’s highest award. It is supported by grants from the
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, the Commonwealth
Fund, and individual contributors. Patrick O’Connor, MD,
MPH, chairs this year’s award selection committee.
To be presented at the plenary session on Thursday, April 25th at 9:00 am
The John M. Eisenberg National Award for
Career Achievement in Research
Rod Hayward, MD
SGIM created this award in 2001 to recognize a senior
member whose innovative research has changed the way
we care for patients, the way we conduct research, or the
way we educate our students. The award is named for its
first recipient, the late John M. Eisenberg, MD, MBA, because of his unique
role as a researcher, mentor, and Director of the Agency for Healthcare
Research and Quality. SGIM member contributions and the Hess Foundation
support this award. John Ayanian, MD, MPP, chairs this year’s selection
committee.
To be presented at the plenary session on Thursday, April 25th at 9:00 am
Herbert W. Nickens Award
Gbenga Ogedegbe, MD
Established in 1999, this award honors an individual or
representative of an organization who has demonstrated
commitment to cultural diversity in Medicine. It was
named in memory and honor of the late Dr. Herbert W.
Nickens, former Director of the Office of Minority Health,
Department of Health and Human Services, and the first
Vice President and Director of the American Association of Medical Colleges’
Division of Community and Minority Programs. Joseph Ravenell, MD, MS
chairs this year’s selection committee.
To be presented at the plenary session on Saturday, April 27th at 9:00 am
Elnora M. Rhodes SGIM Service Award
Carol Bates, MD
This award was established in 1997 to honor Elnora
Rhodes’ tremendous contributions to the Society during
her ten years as Executive Director. The award has been
given to individuals for outstanding service to SGIM
and its mission of promoting patient care, research, and
education in general internal medicine. Marilyn Schapira,
MD, MPH chairs this year’s award selection committee.
To be presented at the Awards Luncheon on Friday, April 26th at 1:00 pm
National Award for Career Achievements in
Medical Education
Patricia Thomas, MD
This award provides national recognition to an individual
whose lifetime contributions have had a national impact
on medical education. Stacy Higgins, MD, chairs this year’s
selection committee.
To be presented at the Awards Luncheon on Friday, April 26th at 1:00 pm
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David R. Calkins Award in Health Policy
Advocacy
Best Published Research Paper
Alexander Smith, MD, MS, MPH
This award is offered to help members gain recognition for
papers that have made significant contributions to generalist research. Amal Trivedi, MD, MPH, chairs this year’s
selection committee.
To be acknowledged at the Awards Luncheon on Friday,
April 26th at 1:00 pm
Oliver Fein, MD
This award recognizes the extraordinary commitment by
a member in health policy advocacy. This year’s selection
committee was chaired by P. Preston Reynolds, MD, PhD,
FACP.
To be presented at the Awards Luncheon on Friday, April 26th at 1:00 pm
ACLGIM Division Chiefs Award
Katrina Armstrong, MD, MSCE
This award is given annually to the GIM Division Chief
who most represents excellence in Division leadership.
Stewart Babbott, MD, FACP, chairs this year’s selection
committee.
To be acknowledged at the Awards Luncheon on Friday, April
26th at 1:00 pm and presented at the ACLGIM Dinner, Wednesday April 24th.
ACLGIM Leadership Award
April Fitzgerald, MD
This award recognizes a member of the ACLGIM who is
within the first 10 years of faculty appointment who has
demonstrated skills in leadership in any number of areas
of academic medicine, including clinical, educational,
research or administrative efforts.
To be acknowledged at the Awards Luncheon on Friday, April 26th at 1:00 pm
and presented at the ACLGIM Dinner, Wednesday April 24th.
Monica Peek, MD, MPH
This award provides national recognition to a junior investigator whose early career achievements and overall body
of work to date have made a national impact on generalist
research. To be eligible for this award, nominees must be
active members of the Society of General Internal Medicine and expect to have an academic rank no higher than Assistant Professor
as of July 1 of the year of the meeting. Joseph Ross, MD, MHS, chairs this
year’s selection committee.
To be acknowledged at the Awards Luncheon on Friday, April 26th at 1:00 pm
Louise Walter, MD
This award was created to recognize outstanding midcareer clinician investigators actively engaged in research
as well as mentorship of junior investigators. Christina
Wee, MD, MPH, chairs this year’s selection committee.
To be acknowledged at the Awards Luncheon on Friday,
April 26th at 1:00 pm
Mid-Career Education Mentorship Award
Monica Lypson, MD
This award was created to recognize outstanding midcareer clinician educators actively engaged in education
research as well as mentorship of junior educators. Stacy
Higgins, MD, chairs this year’s selection committee.
To be acknowledged at the Awards Luncheon on Friday,
April 26th at 1:00 pm
Reena Karani, MD, MHPE
This award provides national recognition to an individual
who has made major contributions with national impact
on medical education in one or more of the following
categories: Scholarship of Integration, Scholarship in
Educational Methods and Teaching, and Scholarship in Clinical Practice. For
the 2013 recipient, this award is further supported by the Helen Diller Family
Comprehensive Cancer Center, and their “Current Medical Diagnosis and
Treatment Award.” Stacy Higgins, MD, chairs this year’s selection committee.
To be presented at the Update in Education, Thursday, April 25th at 3:30 pm
Quality and Practice Innovation
Award
Outstanding Junior Investigator of the Year
Mid-Career Research Mentorship Award
National Awards for Scholarship in Medical
Education
St Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center
This award recognizes general internists
and their organization that have successfully
developed and implemented innovative role
model systems of practice improvement
in ambulatory and/or inpatient clinical practice. This year’s selection
committee was chaired by James Richter, MD.
To be presented at the Clinical Practice Innovations Oral Session, Thursday,
April 25th at 3:30 pm
Founders Award
Melissa B. Weimer, DO, MPH
The SGIM Founders Award provides $10,000 support to junior investigators who exhibit significant potential for a successful research career and
who need a “jump start” to establish a strong research funding base. Mitchell
Wong, MD, PhD chairs this year’s selection committee.
To be presented at the Awards Luncheon on Friday, April 26th at 1:00 pm
Mary O’Flaherty Horn Scholars in General
Internal Medicine Program
Jessica Campbell, MD
A three-year career development award for outstanding
junior medical school faculty in general internal medicine,
the Horn Scholars Program is intended to foster a new
career track for physicians centering on successful balance
of career, family, and social responsibilities. A three-year grant will be made
to sponsoring institutions to support the Scholar and the Scholar’s work.
To be acknowledged at the Awards Luncheon on Friday, April 26th at 1:00 pm
Lawrence S. Linn Awards
Joanna Starrels, MD, MS
The Lawrence S. Linn Trust offers grants to one or more
young investigators “to study or improve the quality of life
for persons with AIDS or HIV infection.” Amina Chaudhry,
MD, MPH, chairs this year’s review committee.
To be presented at the Update in HIV, Friday, May 11th
at 3:00 pm
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Highlights
Mack Lipkin, Sr., and Milton W. Hamolsky Awards
Three Mack Lipkin, Sr., Associates Awards and three Milton W. Hamolsky
Junior Faculty Awards will be given for the scientific presentations
considered most outstanding at the Annual Meeting. Awards are made based
on participant evaluations of the presentations, and are endowed by the
Zlinkoff Fund for Medical Education.
To be acknowledged at the plenary session on Saturday, April 27th at 9:00 am
NEW THIS YEAR!
Clinical Vignette Presentation Award
The best clinical case presented by junior SGIM members and potential
members will be chosen from those presented and recognized during the
meeting.
To be acknowledged at the Awards Luncheon
David E. Rogers Junior Faculty Education Awards
Three David E. Rogers Clinician-Educator Awards will be given to Junior
Faculty members whose workshops are judged the most outstanding among
those presented at the Annual Meeting. Finalists will be Junior Faculty
members of SGIM, and the awards are based on evaluations by participants.
The Zlinkoff Fund for Medical Education endows these awards.
To be acknowledged post meeting in the SGIM Forum
Women’s Health Abstract and Poster Awards
Two awards are given to the highest rated oral presentation and poster presentation, by a trainee or junior faculty member, in Women’s Health as judged
by members of the Women’s Health Task Force.
To be acknowledged post meeting in the SGIM Forum
Best Geriatrics Abstract Award
This award is given to the most highly rated Geriatrics oral abstract presentation, to recognize outstanding research at the intersection of geriatrics and
general internal medicine. Trainee travel stipends are also awarded annually,
as funding permits, for highest ranking abstracts.
To be acknowledged post meeting in the SGIM Forum
Best Cancer Research Presentation Awards
These awards are given to the most highly rated Cancer Research oral abstract and poster presentations, to recognize outstanding research.
To be acknowledged post meeting in the SGIM Forum
Outstanding Quality/Patient Safety Oral Presentation Award
This award will recognize those who present the most outstanding oral
abstract presentation related to quality assessment, gaps in quality of care,
medical errors, quality improvement or patient safety in the inpatient or
outpatient setting.
To be acknowledged post meeting in the SGIM Forum
Exemplary Clinical Workshop Award
This award will recognize those who present an outstanding clinically focused workshop.
To be acknowledged post meeting in the SGIM Forum
EXPANDED CLINICAL VIGNETTE
PRESENTATION OPTIONS
Vign-dates!
Every year the meeting evaluation indicates more clinical content
at the Annual Meeting would be appreciated. In 2013 we are
introducing a new format during two Clinical Vignette oral
presentation sessions — the Vign-date! Part vignette, part clinical
update — the Vign-date sessions will feature 5 clinical vignettes
about a common theme (perhaps new onset heart failure or
zoonoses) followed by a 20-minute evidence-based “update”
about that topic. The focused update will synthesize and build
on the learning objectives from the vignette presentations so
attendees will come away able to recognize the “zebras” but
know how to take care of the “horses” as well.
Clinical Vignette Walking Poster Tours
Master Clinicians will conduct a walking tour through each of the
three clinical vignette poster sessions. Attendees will have the
option of joining a walking tour of selected poster presentations.
Each of the poster presenters will give a brief summary of their
posters’ key take-home points after which the master clinician will
share insights, comments, and suggestions and lead discussion.
We anticipate this new addition will make the poster sessions
more interactive, while adding educational value for both the
poster presenters and the tour participants. We invite you to join
in! No registration is required.
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Highlights
CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION
INFORMATION
Meals at the Annual Meeting
Annual Meeting Purpose
Thursday, Friday and Saturday: continental breakfasts
Thursday: box lunch
Friday: Awards luncheon
Annual Meeting Registration includes the following meals:
This meeting is intended to develop the professional skills of academic general internists and others interested in medical education, health care delivery and policy, and clinical general medicine. A variety of learning modalities,
including lectures, workshops, and author presentations, offers attendees the
opportunity to develop a personalized educational experience. Research findings, interesting clinical cases, and skill-building opportunities addressing
issues important to academic general medicine will be presented.
PLEASE NOTE: Morning and afternoon beverage breaks are not planned
at this time.
Bringing family with you? Want them to have breakfast or lunch with you?
Purchase meal tickets for them at registration.
Who Should Attend?
This meeting is designed to serve the needs of general internists and other
primary care and specialty physicians interested in medical education, health
care delivery and policy, and clinical general medicine.
Accreditation
Special Meal Requests: Only those who pre-registered will get Vegetarian,
Vegan, Gluten-free, Kosher, or Halal meals. Those registering onsite DO NOT
have the option of special meal requests.
PLEASE NOTE:
DINNERS ARE NOT PROVIDED
This activity is being planned and will be implemented in accordance with
the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing
Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the University
of Alabama School of Medicine (UASOM), and the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM). The UASOM is accredited by the ACCME to provide
continuing medical education. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The University of
Alabama at Birmingham is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.
food is not provided on wednesday
Saturday lunch is on your own
CME Credit Designation
The UASOM designates AMA PRA Category 1 credits™ as follows:
Annual Meeting: up to 17.5 hours
CME credit hours are not provided for poster sessions or interest group meetings. Physicians must complete an online CME application, identifying the
specific sessions that they actually attended.
All CME applications must be completed within 12 months of the last day of the
annual meeting.
Please Note: Physicians may not apply for, nor claim, AMA PRA Category
1 credit(s)™ for sessions in which they present; they may claim AMA PRA
Category 2 credit(s) for preparation time.
Presenter Disclosure of Dual Commitments
SGIM requires all presenting faculty to comply with the SGIM Policy on Dual
Commitments. Precourse and workshop submissions require every presenter
to provide information regarding any and all external funding relating to the
content of the submission. The SGIM CME committee will contact each
presenter disclosing commercial external funding in order to resolve all conflicts of interest. CME credit will not be awarded for participation in sessions
presented by those whose conflicts of interest cannot be resolved. Disclosure
information is provided to attendees in all print and electronic meeting
materials. A copy of the SGIM Policy on Dual Commitments is available on
our website.
Disclosure information is provided to attendees in all print and electronic
meeting materials. A copy of the SGIM Policy on Dual Commitments is available on our website. Unless noted, each presenting author has submitted this
required information and has no unresolved conflicts to report.
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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SGIM 36TH ANNUAL MEETING SCHEDULE for wednesday, April 24
Use this area to personalize and keep track of your daily schedule
wednesday, April 24
Session
Location
Abstract Poster
Session 1
Grand Ballroom
Tower Bldg, 2nd Level
Wed. Morning
All day,
starting at
8:00
ACLGIM Hess
Management Institute
Quality Course
TEACH Course
Wed. Afternoon
Wed. Evening
Other events:
Afternoon,
starting at
1:30
Precourses
ABIM SEP Modules
Offsite Tour of Denver Health
Notes:
5:30 – 7:00
Scientific Abstract Poster
Session 1
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SGIM Wednesday Events
2:00-4:30 pm
Directors Row F, Plaza Building, Lobby
SGIM Council Meeting (members only)
Govenor’s Square 12, Plaza Building, Concourse
7:30 am – 5:30 pm
2:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Communication Strategy Meeting (by invitation only)
TEACH Precourse (closed session)
Governor’s Square 16, Plaza Building,
Concourse Level
8:00 am – 12:00 noon
Media Training (by invitation only)
Denver Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
JGIM Deputy Editors Retreat (by invitation only)
Silver Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
12:00 – 5:00 pm
SGIM Regional Leadership Retreat (by invitation only)
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building, Concourse
12:15-1:45
Geriatrics Training (by invitation only)
Gold Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
2:30 pm
Tour of Denver Health – those who have pre-registered should gather
near SGIM registration at 2:30.
The bus will leave at exactly 2:45, late comers will not be provided with
transportation.
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Health Policy Committee Executive Committee Retreat
(by invitation only)
Plaza Court 5 Plaza Building, Concourse Level
5:30 – 7:00 pm
Board of Regional Leaders Meeting (by invitation only)
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building, Concourse
Committee Chairs Luncheon with Council
Tower Court C, Tower Building, 2nd Level
wednesday PRECOURSES
12:30 – 3:00 pm
1:30 – 5:00 pm
ABM1
PR02
Governor’s Square 15 Plaza Bldg Concourse
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Bldg Concourse
2012 Update in Internal Medicine, Module C0-M (10 points)
Conducting Physician Surveys: A Tips and Tricks Crash
Course for Young Investigators
Coordinator: Margaret C. Lo, MD, FACP, University of Florida, Gainesville
Participating Faculty: Jonathan P. Berz, MD; John E. Butter, MD; Joseph P.
DeLuca, MD
3:15 – 5:45 pm
Coordinator: Jon C. Tilburt, MD, Associate Professor, General Internal
Medicine, Mayo Clinic
Additional Faculty: Jeanette Ziegenfuss, PhD, Institute for Education and
Research, Health Partners
Small Group Leader: Tim Beebe, PhD, Mayo Clinic
ABM2
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Bldg Concourse
2011 Update in Hospice and Palliative Medicine Module D3-L
(10 points)
Coordinator: Stephanie M. Harman MD, Stanford University, Stanford,
California
Participating Faculty: Kathleen, Anderson, MD, MSc, Ursula K. Braun, MD,
MPH, Patricia F. Harris, MD, MS
GET BETTER FASTER!
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SKILLS FOR
RELIABLE CARE
Wednesday, April 24, 2013, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Governor’s Sq 14, Plaza Bldg Concourse
Session Coordinator: Richard S. Gitomer, MD, MBA, Chief Quality
Officer, Emory University Hospital Midtown; Assistant Professor,
Emory University School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Nathan O. Spell, MD, Chief Quality Officer, Emory
University Hospital, Assistant Professor, Emory University School
of Medicine; Thomas Staiger, MD, Medical Director, University
of Washington Medical Center; Lisa M. Vinci, MD, MS, Associate
Professor, Medical Director, Primary Care Group, University of Chicago
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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wednesday
6:45-7:45 am
wednesday
ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS AND LEADERS OF GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINE
Leon Hess Management Training
and Leadership Institute
ADVANCING THE VALUE OF GIM
Wednesday, April 24, 2013, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
8:30 am - 9:15 am
Room: Directors Row H, Plaza Bldg Lobby
Identifying Leadership Challenges
Opportunity for participants to brainstorm and network with each other in a
fast paced, productive session that allows the collective wisdom of the group
to set the stage for the morning panel discussion and afternoon networking
lunch.
9:15 am - 9:30 am
Break
9:30 am - 11:45 am Panel
Discussion and Q&A
Defining the Value of GIM in Academic Health Systems –
Perspectives from Leadership
Healthcare reform is moving ahead, potentially giving a huge boost to primary
care and GIM in multiple different ways. However, there is also a risk that
reform will be implemented and led by the specialists and sub-specialists
who traditionally lead academic medical centers. In this session we have
assembled a group of diverse leaders from academic medical centers to: 1)
discuss how healthcare reform is proceeding at their institutions; 2) discuss
where they think that GIM fits in; 3) discuss specific threats and opportunities for both primary care and hospitalists moving forward.
Andrea Sikon, MD
Chair, Department of Internal Medicine
Cleveland Clinic
Finance 101, Flows of $ with Academic Medical Centers – Case
Study Approach
Brian Slentz
Administrator, Division of General Internal Medicine
University of Colorado School of Medicine
Christopher Smith, MBA
Director of Finance & Administration
University of Colorado School of Medicine
Workshop Session B: e-Leadership
Room: Directors Row J, Plaza Bldg Lobby
1:15-2:30 pm
Teaching Junior Faculty the As, Bs, Cs of Appropriate
Electronic Communication
Vineet Arora, MD
Assistant Dean for Scholarship and Discovery
University of Chicago
Anuj K. Dalal, MD
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Harvard University School of Medicine
2:45-4:00 pm
EMR Challenges & Opportunities for GIM Leaders
Stewart F. Babbott, MD
Director, Division of General and Geriatric Medicine
University of Kansas School of Medicine
4:15 pm – 5:00 pm
John M. Carethers, MD
Chair, Department of Internal Medicine
University of Michigan Health System
Business Meeting
Annual ACLGIM Dinner & Awards
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Vivian Lee, MD, PhD, MBA
CEO, University of Utah Health Care
Dean, School of Medicine
12:00 pm – 1:15 pm Networking
2:45-4:00 pm
Room: Windows, Tower Bldg 2nd Level
ACLGIM Chief’s Recognition Award
Lunch
Room: Directors Row E, Plaza Bldg Lobby
Join colleagues at topic specific lunch tables, continue leadership challenges
discussion from morning or grab your lunch and catch up with old friends or
make some new ones.
Concurrent Afternoon Workshops
Workshop Session A: Contemporary
Management Challenges for GIM
Room: Directors Row I, Plaza Bldg Lobby
1:15-2:30 pm
Given annually to the GIM Division Chief who most represents excellence in Division leadership.
2013 Awardee: Katrina Armstrong, MD, MSCE
Division Chief, Division of General Internal
Medicine,University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
ACLGIM Leadership Award
Inaugural award given to recognize a member of the
ACLGIM who is within the first 10 years of faculty appointment who has demonstrated skills in leadership in
any number of areas of academic medicine, including clinical, educational, research or administrative efforts.
2013 Awardee: April Fitzgerald, MD
Aftermath of SuperStorm Sandy: Leading During Times
of Challenge
Thomas McGinn, MD
Chair of Medicine
North Shore-LIJ Health System
Hofstra North Shore-LIJ Medical School
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Scientific Abstract Poster Session 1 | 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Grand Ballroom, Tower Building 2nd Level
Posters 1-31
Aging/Geriatrics/End-of Life
Posters 32-37
Clinical Decision-Making and Economic
Analyses
Posters 39-48
Clinical Epidemiology/Healthcare
Effectiveness Research
Posters 49-76
Health Disparities/Vulnerable Populations
Posters 77-84
Hospital-based Medicine
Posters 95-97
Medical Education Scholarship and
Professional Development
Posters 98-105
Mental Health/Substance Abuse
Posters 106-122
Organization of Care and Chronic Disease
Management
Posters 123-132
Preventive Medicine
Posters 133-141
Quality of Care/Patient Safety
1. 2. 14. Polypharmacy among Veterans With and Without HIV Infection in
the Veterans Aging Cohort Study
E. J. Edelman; Kirsha S. Gordon; Kathleen M. Akgün; Cynthia Gibert;
Vincent Lo Re; Ian R. McNicholl; David Rimland; Janet P. Tate; Julie
Womack; Christina Wyatt; Amy C. Justice
Evaluating a Modified Informed Consent for Older Adults in
Correctional Research
Anna Darby; Cyrus Ahalt; Irena Stijacic Cenzer; Rebecca L. Sudore;
Brie Williams
16. Characteristics of Older Adults Who Use the Emergency Room Prior
To Jail Detainment
Anna H. Chodos; Cyrus Ahalt; Irena Stijacic Cenzer; Brie Williams; Joe
Goldenson
17. Decisions about Medication Use and Cancer Screening among
Elderly Adults in the United States
Kathleen Fairfield; Bethany Gerstein; Carrie A. Levin; Mary
McNaughton-Collins
Net Effect of Aggressive Blood Pressure Control on Stroke and Falls
In Older Community-Dwelling Adults
Lillian Min; Caroline Blaum; Kenneth M. Langa; Deborah A. Levine;
Eve A. Kerr
18. Implications of Poverty, Hospital Type, and a Grassroots Community
Intervention on Dissemination of Physician Orders for Life
Sustaining Treatment in California Hospitals
Takehiro Sugiyama; David Zingmond; Karl Lorenz; Allison Diamant;
Kate O’Malley; Judy Citko; Victor Gonzalez; Neil Wenger
Developing a Curriculum for Medicine Residents on Incorporating
Prognosis in The Care Of Older Adults With Multimorbidity
Nancy L. Schoenborn; Matthew McNabney; Danelle Cayea; Cynthia M.
Boyd
19. Polypharmacy Is Associated With an Increased Risk of Major
Bleeding In Elderly Patients with Venous Thromboembolism
Waltraud Leiss; Marie Méan; Andreas Limacher; Marc Righini; Kurt A.
Jäger; Hans-Jürg Beer; Joseph Osterwalder; Beat Frauchiger; Christian
M. Matter; Nils Kucher; Anne Angelillo-Scherrer; Jacques Cornuz;
Martin Banyai; Bernhard Lämmle; Marc Husmann; Michael Egloff;
Markus Aschwanden; Henri Bounameaux; Nicolas Rodondi; Drahomir
Aujesky
The Prevalence, Predictors, and Cost of Futile Treatment in the
Intensive Care Unit
Neil Wenger; Thanh N. Huynh; Eric Kleerup
4. Status of Advance Directive and Goals-of-Care Discussions in a
University-Affiliated Community Hospital
Rebecca Eskin; Deepa Shah; Beth Barron; Zorica Stojanovic; Gregory
Pappas
5. Quality of Inpatient Documentation of Code Status Discussion
Rashmi K. Sharma; Andrew Thurston; Diane Wayne
6. A Systematic Review of Interventions to Improve Palliative Care
Referral
Irene Kirolos; Leonardo Tamariz; Barbara A. Wood; Ana M. Palacio
8. The Older Adult Symptom Inventory Scale (OASIS): Development,
Reliability, and Validity of a New Geriatric Symptom Burden Scale
Hilary Mosher; Skyler Johnson; Peter Kaboli
15. 3. 7. 13. Systematic Review of Surveys to Measure Informal Caregiver
Satisfaction with Hospice
Anne M. Walling; Sangeeta Ahluwalia; Rebecca Anhang-Price;
Oluwatobi Oluwatola; Denise Quigley; Karl Lorenz; Roberta Shanman;
Joan Teno
The Frequency and Characteristics of Older Hospitalized Adults who
Require a Surrogate Decision Maker
Alexia Torke; Greg A. Sachs; Paul R. Helft; Kianna Montz; Siu Hui;
James E. Slaven; Christopher M. Callahan
9. When Physicians And Patients Disagree: Clinical Experience As
A Determinant Of Physicians’ Willingness To Comply With The
Requests Of Patients At The End Of Life
John M. Thomas; John R. O’Leary; Terri Fried
10. Systematic Review: Health-related Characteristics of Elderly
Hospitalized Patients and Nursing Home Residents Associated with
Short-term Mortality
John M. Thomas; Leo M. Cooney; Terri Fried
11. Physiologic Measures of Mindfulness Meditation In Older Adults
Natalia Morone; Sagar Kamprath; Ronald Glick
20. Home Based and Outpatient Palliative Care: Challenges,
Opportunities And Models Of Care Among Hospice Agencies
Allison Stark; Amy Kelley; Diane E. Meier; Melissa Aldridge Carlson
21. Glycemic Control and Urinary Incontinence In Nursing-Home
Eligible Patients With Diabetes Mellitus
Sei J. Lee; Jessamyn Conell-Price; Irena Stijacic Cenzer; Catherine Eng
22. Risk Factors For Potentially Avoidable Readmissions Due To EndOf-Life Care Issues
Jacques Donze; Stuart R. Lipsitz; Jeffrey L. Schnipper
23. The Role of Religion At The End Of Life: A Medical School
Curriculum Needs Assessment
Zahava N. Brodt; Robert Sidlow
24. Variation in Time to Palliative Care Consultation by Service
Aziz Ansari; Elizabeth Schulwolf
25. Reason for Consultation and Outcomes Of A New Palliative Care
Program
Aziz Ansari; Elizabeth Schulwolf
26. The General Public’s Comfort with Deceased Organ Donation
Discussion in Primary Care Settings: Opportunities for Intervention
Tanjala S. Purnell; Neil R. Powe; Misty U. Troll; Nae-Yuh Wang;
Marshala R. Lee; Sydney M. Dy; Lisa A. Cooper; L. Ebony Boulware
27. Teaching Osteoarthritis Evaluation and Management in an Internal
Medicine Residency Program
Ashley Morris; Donald Fox; Amy Thompson; Patty J. Iverson; William
P. Moran; Cathryn Caton
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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wednesday
Poster Session Organization
12. The Role of Cognitive Performance on the Relationship between Pain
and Physical Function in Older Adults with Knee Osteoarthritis
Natalia Morone; Kaleab Abebe; Lisa Morrow; Debra K. Weiner
wednesday
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 1 | 5:30 – 7:00 pm
28. Hands on the Hood, Grandpa: Assessing the Need for Geriatrics
Health Training among Police
Rebecca T. Brown; Cyrus Ahalt; Michael A. Steinman; Brie Williams
29. Functional Disability in Older Adults Admitted to an Urban SafetyNet Hospital
Rebecca T. Brown; David Guzman; Eric R. Kessell; L. E. Goldman;
Urmimala Sarkar; Edgar Pierluissi; Jeffrey Critchfield; Margot Kushel
30. Functional Capacity of Older Adults Undergoing Coronary Artery
Bypass Graft Surgery: A 6 Months Follow-Up
Marcio Niemeyer-Guimaraes; Maysa S. Cendoroglo; Clineu MelloAlmada
31. “My Clients Fall through Every Crack in the System”: Assessing the
Need for Geriatrics Health Training Among Legal Professionals
Tacara N. Soones; Cyrus Ahalt; Sarah Garrigues; David Faigman; Brie
Williams
32. Cost-effectiveness of Single- and Multi-Component Vaccination
Programs To Eliminate Disparities In Influenza And Pneumococcal
Vaccination Rates In Elderly Minorities
Constantinos I. Michaelidis; Richard K. Zimmerman; Mary Patricia
Nowalk; Kenneth J. Smith
44. Withdrawn by Author
45. Can the Veterans Aging Cohort Study Index Improve Clinical
Judgment For Both HIV Infected and Uninfected Veterans?
Amy C. Justice; Janet P. Tate; Sheldon T. Brown; Cynthia Gibert; Maria
Rodriguez-Barradas; David Rimland; Kathleen M. Akgün; Kendall
Bryant
46. The J-Curve in the clinic: Is Real-World Blood Pressure as Measured
In Our Clinics a Major Cardiac Risk Factor?
Jeremy Sussman; Wyndy Wiitala; Edward H. Kennedy; Rodney A.
Hayward
47. The Effectiveness of a Mandate for Influenza Vaccination in Health
Care Providers: A Systematic Review
Samantha I. Pitts; Kathryn R. Millar; Jodi B. Segal
48. COPD and Cognitive Impairment: Associations with Inhaler
Technique
Katherine Krauskopf; Alex Federman; Anastasia Sofianou; Melissa
Martynenko; Minal Kale; Maile Ray; Juan P. Wisnivesky
49. Risk Factor Profiles of African Americans with Peripheral Arterial
Disease
Rosalee Zackula; Mojdeh Baniasadi; Tracie C. Collins
33. Variability in Response: Patterns in Prescribing Antiplatelet Therapy
After CYP2C19 Genotyping Among Patients with ACS and PCI
Nihar Desai; William Canestaro; Donald Chaplin; Lori Martell; Olga S.
Matlin; Pavlo Kyrychenko; Troyen A. Brennan; Niteesh K. Choudhry
50. Elderly Adults with Dementia and Young Adults with Developmental
Disabilities: Internist Perspectives on Similarities and Differences in
Care
Sophia Jan; Dava Szalda; Manuel E. Jimenez
34. Measuring Clinician Information Literacy: Experiences with a Panel
Management Intervention
Brian E. Dixon; Ashley E. Jensen; Katelyn Bennett; Scott Sherman;
Mark D. Schwartz
51. 35. A Meta-analysis of the Rapid Antigen Streptococcus Test
Emily Stewart; Brian Davis; Lee Clemans-Taylor; Robert M. Centor;
Carlos Estrada
36. Framing Effects Change Clinician Risk Perceptions More Than
Important Changes To A Risk’s Time-Frame And Outcome
Tanner Caverly; Allan V. Prochazka; Brian P. Lucas; Shane Mueller;
Ingrid A. Binswanger; Jean Kutner; Brandon Combs; Daniel Matlock
37. Cost-consciousness Amongst Internists At An Academic Training
Program; A Brief Survey Of Practices And Attitudes
Jonas Z. Hines; Justin L. Sewell; Claire Horton; Niraj Sehgal;
Christopher Moriates; Naama Neeman; Alice H. Chen
38. Patient Requests for Specific Narcotics Influence Physician
Prescribing For Sciatica
Michael Fischer; Jeffrey N. Katz; Lisa D. Marceau; Felicia L.
Trachtenberg; Jing Yu; John B. McKinlay
39. Quality of Life and the Value of Weight Loss Among Obese Primary
Care Patients
Christina C. Wee; Roger B. Davis; Karen W. Huskey; Mary Beth Hamel
40. Preliminary Findings from a Randomized Trial Of A Community
Health Worker Led Intervention To Improve Diabetes Intermediate
Outcomes Among Latinos With Poorly Controlled Diabetes
Olveen Carrasquillo; Sonjia Kenya; Ana M. Palacio
41. The New Frontier of Medication Reconciliation: Use of an Electronic
Medication Refill History in Primary Care
Daniel J. Elliott; Elizabeth Mearns; Dominique Comer; Lindsey Olivere;
Joseph Couto
42. Dose and Duration Relationship between Pioglitazone and associated
risk of Bladder Cancer: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Sonal Singh; Yoon Loke; Chun Shing Kwok; Chen Chen-Turner;
Richard M. Turner; Chinedu A. Maduakor
43. Identifying the Risks of Anticoagulation in Patients with Substance
Abuse
Lydia M. Efird; Donald R. Miller; Arlene S. Ash; Dan Berlowitz; Al
Ozonoff; Shibei Zhao; Joel Reisman; Guneet Jasuja; Adam Rose
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Health Literacy Did Not Influence Effectiveness of Computer
Telephony-based Post-discharge Support
Jessica A. Eng; Joshua S. Richman; Thomas Houston; Christine Ritchie
52. The Impact of the Economic Recession in Late 2000s on Acute
Myocardial Infarction Occurrence in Different Socioeconomic Areas
of New Jersey Raritan Bay Region
Yulong Li; Iris Rukshin; Fangfang Pan; Shuvendu Sen; Mohammed
Islam; Abdalla Yousif; Vladimir Rukshin
53. Socioeconomic Status and Access to Coronary Angiography in the
context of Universal Healthcare Coverage
Gabriel E. Fabreau; Alexander A. Leung; Danielle Southern; William A.
Ghali; John Z. Ayanian
54. Comparing self-perceived cross-cultural skillfulness between
physicians and nurses at a Swiss university hospital: Does provider
role make a difference?
Alejandra Casillas; Sophie Paroz; Alexander Green; Hans Wolff; Patrick
Bodenmann
55. Prior Incarceration Is Associated With Distrust in The Health Care
System But Not With Trust In Health Care Providers
Aaron D. Fox; Joanna L. Starrels; Chinazo Cunningham
56. Factors Influencing Increasing Racial Disparity in Diabetic LDL
Cholesterol Control in a Context of Active Quality Improvement
Stephen D. Persell; Raymond Zhang; Ji Young Lee; Muriel JeanJacques; Tiffany Brown
57. Latino Stroke Survivors are More Likely to Experience Depression
Kezhen Fei; Emma K. Benn; Rennie Negron; Stanley Tuhrim; Carol
Horowitz
58. Health Communication Quality Predicts Self-Care Behaviors and
Treatment Satisfaction Among Low-Income Diabetes Patients In A
Public Health Setting
Richard O. White; Ken Wallston; Sunil Kripalani; Russell L. Rothman
59. Impact of the Diabetes Health Plan on Cardiovascular Risk Factor
Control among Racial Minorities and Low Socioeconomic Status
Groups
Ekaterina Vaisberg; Carol Mangione; Susan Ettner; Norman Turk;
Jinnan Li; Lindsay Kimbro; O. Kenrik Duru
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Scientific Abstract Poster Session 1 | 5:30 – 7:00 pm
76. A Successful Community Partnership Model for Recruiting Public
Housing Residents into Research
Tracy A. Battaglia; Jo-Anna L. Rorie; Sarah W. Primeau; Sarah E. Caron;
Sarah G. Bhosrekar; Bing L. Chen; Sharon Bak; Gerry Thomas; Rachel
Goodman; Eugenia Smith; Deborah J. Bowen
61. Predictors of Scholarly Success Among Internal Medicine Residents
Leonardo Tamariz; Deidre T. Campbell; Mary Moore; Stephen Symes;
Ana M. Palacio
77. 62. Temporal Trends of Health Disparities In Drug Eluting Stents
Leonardo Tamariz; Ana M. Palacio; Alexis P. Rodriguez; Hua Li;
Mauricio G. Cohen
63. Perspectives on Physical Activity Among Immigrants And Refugees
To Minnesota
Mark L. Wieland; Kristina Tiedje; Sonja J. Meiers; Ahmed A. Mohamed;
Christine M. Formea; Jennifer M. Ridgeway; Gladys B. Asiedu; Ginny
Boyum; Jennifer A. Weis; Julie A. Nigon; Christy A. Patten; Irene G. Sia
64. Medical Student Emotions Evoked by a Curriculum in Health Care
Disparities
April S. Fitzgerald; Pamela Lipsett; Mary Catherine Beach; Patricia A.
Thomas
65. Implementing Change in Practice in a Federally Qualified
Community Health Center: The Office-Guideline Applied to Practice
(Office-GAP) Model
Ade B. Olomu; Venu Gourineni; Steven Pierce; Margaret HolmesRovner
66. Navigating Public Housing Residents into Cardiovascular Prevention
Programs: A Multi-Site Intervention Study
Tracy A. Battaglia; Jo-Anna L. Rorie; Sarah W. Primeau; Sarah E. Caron;
Sarah G. Bhosrekar; Bing L. Chen; Sharon Bak; Timothy Heeren; Gerry
Thomas; Rachel Goodman; Eugenia Smith; Deborah J. Bowen
67. The Impact of a Novel Population Management System on
Decreasing Educational Disparities in Colorectal Cancer Screening
Seth A. Berkowitz; Jeffrey M. Ashburner; Yuchiao Chang; Adrian Zai;
Sanja Percac-Lima; Steven J. Atlas
79. Preoperative Hypernatremia Predicts Increased Perioperative
Morbidity and Mortality
Alexander A. Leung; Finlay A. McAlister; Samuel R. Finlayson; David
W. Bates
80. Quantifying the Impact Of Unnecessary Ionized Calcium
Measurements
Paul Di Capua; Michael A. Pfeffer
81. 82. Readmission and Mortality Associated with Hyponatremia at the
time of Discharge in Patients without Heart Failure or End-Stage
Liver Disease
Brittany Fuller; Michael F. Harrison; Juan Cesar Fernandez Castillo;
Sreekanth Uppuluri; Harish Kinni; Karen Olarte-Merida; David Paje
85. A Case Method Education on Management Of Discharge Planning
For Healthcare Professionals
Yukio Tsugihashi; Noriko Kawai; Hitoshi Ishii
86. Difference of Self-Report Competency Confidence Scores and
Numbers of Experienced Cases Between Two Type Of Rotation
Program Among Japanese Junior Residents: Nation-Wide Survey
Sachiko Ohde; Osamu Takahashi; Gautam A. Deshpande; Tsuguya
Fukui
87. Illustrated Instructions Improve Medication Understanding: A
Randomized Controlled Trial
Sunil Kripalani; M Brian Riley; Dane R. Boyington; Arun Mohan
72. Recruiting and Retention Strategies in Two Community-based
Randomized Control Trials of Older Black Men
Joseph Ravenell
73. Negative Health Care Experiences and their Consequences in 3
Racial and Ethnic Groups
Rebecca J. Schwei; Elizabeth A. Jacobs
74. Physician Race and the Care of Medically Disadvantaged Patients: A
Nationally Representative Analysis
Lyndonna M. Marrast; Leah Zallman; David Himmelstein; Steffie
Woolhandler; David Bor; Danny McCormick
75. Community characteristics associated with the loss of local rural
health clinics and centers
Michelle Ko; Janet R. Cummings
Systematic Review of Non-pharmacologic Interventions to Improve
the Sleep of Hospitalized Patients
Ruth Tamrat; Madhav Goyal; Minh-Phuong Huynh-Le
84. Characterizing the Post-Discharge Follow-Up Visit
Ethel Wu; Cindy Lai; Margaret Fang
69. Financial Strain and Medication Adherence among Diabetes Patients
in an Integrated Healthcare Delivery System
Courtney R. Lyles; Hilary K. Seligman; Melissa M. Parker; Howard H.
Moffet; Nancy E. Adler; Dean Schillinger; Andrew J. Karter
71. 78. Recognition of Vulnerability in Hospitalized Cardiovascular Patients
Sunil Kripalani; Susan P. Bell; John F. Schnelle; Samuel K. Nwosu;
Courtney Cawthon; Jonathan S. Schildcrout
83. It’s Midnight, Do You Know Who Your Patients Are? A Survey of
Housestaff Attitudes Towards Nighttime Hospital Care
Joshua T. Hanson; Sahand Rahnama; Tareq Nassar; Luci Leykum
68. The Feasibility of Computer Assisted Instruction for Low Literacy
Patients
David P. Miller; Vanessa Duren-Winfield; James L. Wofford; Michael
Pignone; Larry D. Case
70. Acculturation and Risk Factors for Hypertension among a
Heterogeneous population of Black men
Candace Tannis; Jessica M. Forsyth; Joseph Ravenell
Blind Spot: Assessing and Correcting Vision among Hospitalized
Patients-An Under-Recognized Risk Factor for Seniors
Valerie G. Press; Madeleine I. Shapiro; Alisha S. Ranadive; Kristin
L. Constantine; Ainoa M. Mayo; Gavin W. Hougham; Seenu M.
Hariprasad; David Meltzer; Vineet Arora
Understanding Resident Learning Preferences within the Noon
Conference Lecture Series: A Qualitative Study
Adam Sawatsky; Susan Zickmund; Kathryn Berlacher; Dan Lesky;
Rosanne Granieri
88. Compassion Fatigue, Professional Burnout and Self-Care among
Multidisciplinary Providers Working In Outpatient Primary Care
Settings
Christopher J. Koenig; Shira Maguen; Jose D. Monroy; Karen H. Seal
89. Program Level Predictors of Internal Medicine Board Pass Rates
Manas Kaushik; Malavika Subramanyam; Ashish Upadhyay; Ananya
Roy
90. Beginning with the End in Mind: A Qualitative Analysis of Personal
Retirement Speeches Written by Medical Interns
Eunice Yu; Scott Wright
91. The Association Between Medical Student Career Interests
and Attitudes Toward Primary Care, Faculty Mentorship, and
Institutional Support
Charlotte E. Ward; Susan Edgman-Levitan; Marya J. Cohen; Rebecca
Berman
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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wednesday
60. Hepatitis B and Prison Officers: Fears and Knowledge about HBV
Transmission
Laurent Gétaz; Alejandra Casillas; Maria Pfefferle; Hans Wolff
wednesday
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 1 | 5:30 – 7:00 pm
92. Burnout in Clinician-Educators and the Importance of Lifelong
Learning: Findings from a Medical Education Faculty Development
Program
Anne Dembitzer; Binhuan Wang; Audrey Grask; Colleen Gillespie;
Kathleen Hanley; Sondra Zabar; Colleen Gillespie; Mark D. Schwartz
93. Identification of Learner Needs to Create a Curriculum in High-Value
Care
Laura Loertscher; Tom Chau
94. Effectiveness of Training Medical Students as Teachers Using the
Stanford Faculty Development Center (SFDC) Clinical Teaching
Core Competencies
Jessica Schmitt; F Stanford Massie
95. Ambulatory Resident Practice Redesign: The Creation of Practice
Teams within a 6+2 Model
Christina Harris; Lauren Acinapura; Johanna Martinez; Judy Tung;
Cathy Jalali
96. Smoking-attributable Mortality among State Prisoners in the United
States: 2001-2009
Ingrid A. Binswanger; Elizabeth A. Carson; Patrick Krueger; Shane
Mueller; William J. Sabol
97. Outcomes among Buprenorphine-naloxone Primary Care Patients
after Hurricane Sandy
Babak Tofighi; Arthur R. Williams; Rana Biary; John Rotrosen; Joshua
D. Lee; Ellie Grossman
98. Homelessness, Cigarette Smoking, and Desire To Quit: A National
Study
Travis P. Baggett; Lydie A. Lebrun-Harris; Nancy A. Rigotti
99. Developing an Efficient Screener for Tobacco, Alcohol, and Drug
Use in Primary Care: Results of Question Testing and Test-Retest
Reliability Studies of the ‘Substance Use Brief Screen (SUBS)’
Jennifer McNeely; Perry N. Halkitis; Shiela Strauss; Ariana Horton;
Rubina Khan; Marc N. Gourevitch
100. Depression Care Management Effectively Supports and Promotes
Self-Management among Patients in Primary Care
Ramona S. DeJesus; Kristin Vickers Douglas; Lisa Howell
101. A Pilot Study of a Computer-Based Relational Agent to Screen for
Substance-Use Problems in Primary Care.
Steven R. Simon; Kyle Checchi; Sarah S. McNair; Amy Rubin; Thomas
Marcello; Timothy Bickmore
102. A Peer-led Intervention Improves Stroke Survivors’ Blood Pressure
Control
Carol Horowitz; Kezhen Fei; Ian M. Kronish; Stanley Tuhrim; Rennie
Negron
107. Knowledge and Perceptions of Non-Physician Primary Care Team
Members Regarding End of Year PCP Transitions in a Resident
Continuity Clinic
Emily S. Wang; Michelle Conde; Bret Simon; Luci Leykum
108. Unmet Needs, Service Use and Patient Activation: Implications for
Panel Management to Promote Self-Management of Chronic Illness
Ashley E. Jensen; Katelyn Bennett; Rachel Blitzer; Scott Sherman;
Mark D. Schwartz
109. Improvements in Quality Of Life By Magnitude Of Weight Loss In
Obese And Overweight Subjects
Timothy Church; Barbara Troupin
110. Effects of Weight Loss on Prevention Of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
In Subjects With Prediabetes Using Phentermine And Topiramate
Extended-Release For 2 Years
Robert F. Kushner; W. Timothy Garvey; Craig A. Peterson
111. Asthma Beliefs and Self-Management Behaviors among Older
Asthmatics
Alex Federman; Michael S. Wolf; Anastasia Sofianou; Melissa
Martynenko; Ethan Halm; Howard Leventhal; Juan P. Wisnivesky
112. Frequency of Laboratory Testing among Gastric Bypass Patients
Adam G. Tsai; Patrick Hosokawa; Jonathan A. Schoen; Allan V.
Prochazka
113. The Association between Primary Care Continuity, Access, and Care
Coordination with Health Outcomes among a National Cohort Of
Veterans
Karin M. Nelson; Haili Sun; Nancy Sharp; Emily D. Dolan; Charles
Maynard; Gordon Schectman; Stephan D. Fihn
114. Case Management Performance in a Medical Home and Associations
With Patient Satisfaction And Healthcare Utilization
Lindsay E. Jubelt; Jove Graham; Daniel D. Maeng; Joshua Metlay;
Andrew Epstein
115. Successful Treatment of Medically Complex Patients With
Depression Using Algorithm Based Care In An Academic Primary
Care Clinic
Duncan Vincent; Lauren Metzger; Amy Weil; Diane R. Dolan-Soto;
Samuel Cykert
116. Specialists as Primary Care Physicians: Patient characteristics and
quality of care of visits to generalist and specialist physicians selfidentified as primary care physicians.
Samuel T. Edwards; John N. Mafi; Bruce E. Landon
103. Initiating a Student-Faculty Collaborative Primary Care Practice for
Chronic Disease Management
Mitalee M. Patil; John Hegde; Tomi Jun; Sun Yoo; Jane M. Zhu;
Jennifer Katz-Eriksen; Rebecca Berman; Pamela Vohra-Khullar;
Kristin Remus; Amy R. Weinstein
104. Improving the Quality of Asthma Care Using the Internet
Christopher Sciamanna; Jennifer M. Poger; Andrew Pool; Heather
Stuckey; Erik B. Lehman; Timothy Craig
105. Patient and Provider Attitudes Toward Obesity Care in the Primary
Care Setting
Stephanie A. Rose; Joseph Conigliaro; Nancy Schoenberg
106. Pilot Clinical Trial of a Collaborative Care Intervention to Improve
Symptoms and Quality of Life in Chronic Heart Failure
David Bekelman; Carolyn T. Nowels; Debbi Main; Paul Heidenreich;
Brack Hattler; Karl Lorenz; Paula Meek; Connor McBryde; Stephanie
Hooker
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SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
wednesday
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 1 | 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Robert El-Kareh; Valeria C. Pazo; Adam Wright; Gordon D. Schiff
133. Using Natural Language Processing to Extract Abnormal Results
from Mammography Reports
Carlton R. Moore; Ashraf Farrag; Evan Ashkin
118. Reduction of Cardiovascular Risk Factors by Magnitude of Weight
Loss in Obese and Overweight Subjects With ≥2 Comorbidities
Lawrence J. Cheskin; Charles H. Bowden
134. Geographic Cohorting of Medicine Patients at UMass Memorial
Medical Center - Implementation and Sustainment
Richard M. Forster; Tze Chao Chiam; LeRoi Hicks; Lori Pelletier
119. Prospective Association of Physical Activity and Markers of
Inflammation and Insulin Resistance in Outpatients with Coronary
Heart Disease: Data from the Heart and Soul Study
Jennifer L. Jarvie; Mathilda C. Regan; Beth Cohen
135. Withdrawn by Author
136. Safety of Preconsultation Exchange In An Electronic Referral System
Erika L. Price; Justin L. Sewell; Alice H. Chen; Urmimala Sarkar
137. Effect of Computerized Clinical Decision Support on Appropriate
Laboratory Monitoring of Medications
Amy Linsky; Nivethietha Maniam; Lynn A. Volk; Steven R. Simon
120. Patient and Physician Gender Concordance in Preventive Care in
University Primary Care Settings
Vanessa Virgini; Simone Krähenmann-Müller; Manuel R. Blum; Bruno
R. da Costa; Tinh-Hai Collet; Stefan Weiler; Yonas Martin; Jacques
Cornuz; Edouard Battegay; Jean-Michel T. Gaspoz; Douglas Bauer; Eve
A. Kerr; Drahomir Aujesky; Nicolas Rodondi
138. Courting Malpractice Risk: Failures in High Risk Outpatient Test and
Referral Management and Documentation
Gordon D. Schiff; Namara Brede; Sara Singer; Cathy A. Foskett; Harry
Reyes Nieva; Caitlin A. Colling; Diana L. Whitney; Judy Ling; Nicholas
Leydon; Endel J. Orav; David W. Bates; Madeleine Biondolillo
121. Usability of a Family Health History and Clinical Decision Support
Tool for Patients and Primary Care Providers
Rebekah R. Wu; Tiffany Himmel; Karen Powell; Elizabeth Hauser;
Astrid B. Agbaje; Vincent Henrich; Geoffrey S. Ginsburg; Lori A.
Orlando
139. An Analysis of Patient and Physician Perspectives Outpatient
Adverse Drug Events: “I Knew Something Was Wrong So I Had To
Go”
Urmimala Sarkar; Sarah Gertler; Zlatan Coralic; John Stein; Andrea
Lopez
122. Barriers to HIV Screening in a Community Health Center
David Feldstein; James M. Sosman; Marge Sutinen; Mandy Kastner;
Pamela Wilson
140. Use of the EMR and Its Effects on Patient-Centered Communication
and Patients’ Evaluations of Care
Neil J. Farber; Richard L. Street; Yunan Chen; Alan Calvitti; Danielle
Zuest; Lin Liu; Kristin Bell; Barbara Gray; Mark Gabuzda; Zia Agha
123. Stories of Partnership: Laying the foundation for a thriving medicalreligious program to promote community engagement
Rebeca Rios; Panagis Galiatsatos; William D. Hale; Lisa A. Cooper
124. Identifying and Overcoming the Barriers to Bedside Rounds: A MultiCenter Qualitative Study
Jed Gonzalo; Brian S. Heist; Briar Duffy; Liselotte Dyrbye; Mark J.
Fagan; Gary S. Ferenchick; Heather Harrell; Paul Hemmer; Walter N.
Kernan; Jennifer R. Kogan; Colleen Rafferty; Raymond Wong; Michael
Elnicki
141. Reconsidering the Relationship between Geographical Variation,
Overuse, and Medicare Expenditures
John F P Bridges, Najlla Nassery, Zackary Berger, Jodi B. Segal
125. Perspectives on Suffering in The Primary Care Setting
Catherine Trimbur; Timothy Quill; Sally Norton
126. Strategies for Improving Medication Adherence Discussions at the
Primary Care Visit for Underserved Adults with Diabetes
Andrea Grosz; Adam T. Perzynski; Paulette A. Sage; Kurt Stange; Shari
Bolen
127. Transitions of Care at a Community Hospital: A Series Of Qualitative
Interviews
Manik Chhabra; Janet J. Ho; Krisda Chaiyachati; Jing Luo; Trishul
Siddharthan; Theodore Long; Donna Windish
128. From Admission to Discharge: Patterns of Interpreter Use Among
Resident Physicians
Amy Shen; Jenna Kruger; Alicia Fernandez
129. Effect of Payment Changes for Pressure Ulcers from the HospitalAcquired Conditions Initiative: A Statewide Analysis
Jennifer Meddings; Heidi Reichert; Kyle Grazier; Laurence F.
McMahon
130. Reproducibility of Assessments of Learners’ Skills in Quality
Improvement
Robert G. Badgett; Edward F. Ellerbeck; Leslie A. Sullivan; Tracie C.
Collins
131. Email as an Quality Improvement Lever: Evidence of Lack of Efficacy
from an Academic Institution
Ari Geliebter; Robert Sidlow
132. Losing weights: Failure To Recognize and Act on Weight Loss
Documented in an Electronic Medical Record
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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wednesday
117. “The worst is when we’re working at odds”: PCP Perspectives on
Barriers to Repatriating Patients from Specialty to Primary Care
Jennifer J. Monacelli; Sara Ackerman; Nathaniel Gleason; Chanda Ho;
Michael Wang; Don Collado; Ralph Gonzales
SGIM 36TH ANNUAL MEETING SCHEDULE for thursday, April 25
Use this area to personalize and keep track of your daily schedule
Session
thursday, April 25
8:00 – 9:00
Interest Group Meetings
9:00 – 11:00
Opening Plenary Session
Speaker: Ann Butler
Nattinger, MD, MPH
11:00 –11:30
Break
Early Morning/
before plenary
Plenary Session
Plenary Session
Sections A, B, and C, Plaza
Ballroom, Concourse Level
Lunchtime
Vignette Poster Session 1
Session A
Mentoring Panels
11:30 – 1:00
Location
Session B
Distinguished Professor
Keynote Addresses
VA Leadership Lunch
Updates in Women’s Health
and Addiction Medicine
Thurs. Evening
VA Session: eHealth and
mHealth: State of the
Science
Concurrent
Session A
1:00 – 2:30
Innovations in Medical
Education Oral Presentation
Session
Afternoon Networking
Special Symposia: The
Business of Medicine and
Implementing CBME
3:30 – 5:00
Workshops
Clinical VignDate Session:
Granulomas: TB or not TB?
5:00 – 5:30
Break
5:30 – 7:00
Scientific Abstract Poster
Session 2
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Notes:
Clinical Practice Innovations
Oral Presentation Session
Hamolsky Award Finalist
Session, Abstract Sessions
in Hospital Medicine,
Organization of Chronic
Disease and the 2013 SGIM/
AACH Joint Abstract Session
7:00 pm –
Other events:
Workshops
Updates in Care of Cancer
Survivors, Chronic Kidney
Disease and Medical
Education
Concurrent
Session B
Grand Ballroom
Tower Bldg, 2nd Level
Special Symposia in Shared
Decision Making and
Evolution in Medicine
Hamolsky and Vignette
Award Finalist Sessions,
Abstract Sessions in
Geriatrics, Disparities and
Preventive Medicine
2:30 – 3:30
Abstract Poster
Session 2
Evening Networking
Opportunities
SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
thursday
SGIM thursday Events
7:00 – 8:00 am
Mountain West Regional Meet and Greet
Plaza Court 7, Plaza Building, Concourse
Health Policy Committee Research Subcommittee
Plaza Court 5, Plaza Building, Concourse
Research Committee Meeting
Plaza Court 3, Plaza Building, Concourse
8:00 – 9:00 am
New England Regional Meet and Greet
Plaza Court 4, Plaza Building, Concourse
Northwest Regional Meet and Greet
Plaza Court 6, Plaza Building, Concourse
11:00 am – 12:00 noon
Clinical Practice Committee Practice Management
Subcommittee Meeting
Plaza Court 4, Plaza Building, Concourse
Plaza Court 5, Plaza Building, Concourse
11:30 am -1:00 pm and 3:00 pm - 4:30pm
Springer Meet and Greet Sessions
Directors Row G, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
2:30-3:30 pm
California Meet and Greet
Plaza Court 6, Plaza Building, Concourse
Mid-Atlantic Meet and Greet
Plaza Court 7, Plaza Building, Concourse
Mid-West Regional Meet and Greet
Plaza Court 5, Plaza Building, Concourse
Annual Meeting 2014 Program Committee
(committee members only)
Plaza Court 4, Plaza Building, Concourse
Disparities Task Force
Plaza Court 3, Plaza Building, Concourse
4:30- 5:30 pm
Geriatrics Task Force Meeting (invitation only)
Plaza Court 6, Plaza Building, Concourse
5:00 – 6:00 pm
Clinical Practice Committee Clinical Content
Subcommittee Meeting
Plaza Court 4, Plaza Building, Concourse
MOC Health Task Force
Directors Row G, Plaza Building, Lobby level
5:30 – 6:00 pm
DPG Planning Group Meeting
Interest Group Meet and Greet Hour
Plaza Court 6, Plaza Building, Concourse
Plaza Foyer
6:30 - 8:00 pm
Members of the following Interest Groups have confirmed they will be
present to chat with meeting attendees
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Academic General Internal Medicine in Latin America
Arts and Music Interest Group
Fellowship Directors Interest Group
Integrative Medicine Interest Group
Thursday
Health Policy Committee Education Subcommittee
Regional Meet and Greet Hour
JGIM Editorial Board Dinner
Spruce Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Thursday iNTEREST GROUPS | 8:00 – 9:00 am
(pick up your continental breakfast first)
IT01
IT04
Gold Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Tower Court A, Tower Building 2nd level
Academic GIM in Latin America
Cancer Research
Session Coordinator: Eliseo J. Perez-Stable, MD, University of California,
San Francisco
Session Coordinator: Larissa Nekhlyudov, MD, MPH, Harvard Medical
School
IT02
IT05
Silver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Spruce Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Academic Hospitalist
CBPR Interest Group
Session Coordinator: Luci K. Leykum, MD, MBA, MSc, STVHCS/
UTHSCSA, San Antonio
Session Coordinator: Cheryl R. Clark MD, ScD, Brigham and Women’s
Hospital
IT03
IT06
Directors Row J, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Ambulatory Handoffs
Session Coordinator: Amber T. Pincavage, MD, The University of
Chicago
Century Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Criminal Justice and Health
Session Coordinator: Nicole Redmond, MD, PhD, MPH, University of
Alabama, Birmingham
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Thursday
Thursday iNTEREST GROUPS | 8:00 – 9:00 am
IT07
IT14
Denver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building Concourse
Cross Cultural Communication/Care
Session Coordinator: Michael Nathan, MD, Harvard Medical School/
Massachusetts General Hospital
Hypertension
IT08
IT15
Tower Court B, Tower Building 2nd Level
Educators of Medical Students
Session Coordinator: Toshiko L. Uchida, MD, Northwestern University
Session Coordinator: Gerald Dodd Denton, II, MD, MPH, Ochsner Medical
Center, New Orleans
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building Concourse
Interprofessional Education
Session Coordinator: Laura A. Hanyok, MD, Johns Hopkins University
Feinberg School of Medicine
IT16
IT09
Directors Row E, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Governor’s Square 16, Plaza Building Concourse
Mental Health in Medicine
Ethics
Session Coordinator: Ian M. Kronish, MD, MPH, Columbia University
Medical Center
Session Coordinator: Lisa M. Rucker, MD, Jacobi Medical Center/Albert
Einstein College of Medicine
IT17
Directors Row H, Plaza Building Lobby Level
IT10
Columbine Room, Tower Building Terrace
Evidence-Based Practice
Session Coordinator: David A. Feldstein, MD, University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine and Public Health
Personal/Professional Balance
Session Coordinator: Rachel B. Levine, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins
University School of Medicine
IT18
Directors Row I, Plaza Building Lobby Level
IT11
Governor’s Square 10, Plaza Building Concourse
Evolution and Medicine
Session Coordinator: Mark D. Schwartz, MD, FACP, New York University
Session Coordinator: Nielufar Varjavand, MD, Drexel University College of
Medicine
IT19
IT12
Tower Court C, Tower Building 2nd Level
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building Concourse
Personalized Medicine
Session Coordinator: P. Preston Reynolds, MD, PhD, FACP, University of
Virginia
Student/Resident
Session Coordinator: Ryan R. Kraemer, MD, University of Alabama,
Birmingham
IT20
IT13
Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Building Concourse
HIV/AIDS
Session Coordinator: Amina A. Chaudhry, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins
University
20
Quality and Safety Improvement
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building Concourse
VA Primary Care
Session Coordinator: Paul Anthony Pirraglia, MD, MPH, Providence VAMC
SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
thursday
thursday | 9:00 – 11:00 am
Award Presentations
Opening Plenary Session
The John M. Eisenberg National Award for
Career Achievement in Research
Sections A, B, and C, Plaza Ballroom, Concourse Level
Welcoming Remarks
Rod Hayward, MD
Darcy A. Reed, MD, MPH and David
C. Thomas, MD, MHPE, SGIM 36th
Annual Meeting Chair and Co-Chair
Robert J. Glaser Award for Contributions to
Research, Education, or Both in Generalism
in Medicine
David W. Bates, MD, MSc
ABSTRACT presentations
Moderators: Kathlyn E. Fletcher, MD, MA and Gail L. Daumit, MD, MHS,
Chair and Co-Chairs, Scientific Abstracts, SGIM 36th Annual Meeting
1. 2. Remedy at UCSF: A Sustainable Student-Run Initiative
Lily B. Muldoon; Jessica Gould; Jacob Mirsky; Sharad Jain; Hemal K.
Kanzaria
3. Creation and evaluation of a multi-disciplinary hospital follow-up
clinic in an academic general internal medicine clinic
Shana Ratner; Christine D. Jones; Jamie Cavanaugh; Katy K. Tsai;
Genevieve G. Embree; Brooke B. McGuirt; Robin H. Roche; Thomas M.
Miller; Betsy B. Shilliday; Darren A. DeWalt
4. Type B Insulin Resistance Syndrome: A Rare Type of Diabetes
Mellitus
Glynda Caga-anan; Iris De Castro; Jeffrey T. Bates; Morali Sharma
Presidential Address
Ann Butler Nattinger, MD, MPH, MAPC
Professor of Medicine and Health Services Research;
Chief, General Internal Medicine, Lady Riders Professor of
Breast Cancer Research; Director, Center for Patient Care
and Outcomes Research, Medical College of Wisconsin
thursday | 11:30 – 1:00 pm
Town Hall with Council
Disparities Mentoring Panel
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building, Concourse
Crystal Cené, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Division of General Internal
Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Monica Peek, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Section of General Internal
Medicine, The University of Chicago
Open Discussion with members
Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Building, Concourse
DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR
KEYNOTE ADDRESSES
Distinguished Professor in Cancer Research Keynote Address
Columbine Room, Tower Building, Terrace
Distinguished Professor in Geriatrics Keynote Address
Plaza E, Plaza Building, Concourse
Distinguished Professor in Women’s Health Keynote Address
Silver Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
MENTORING PANELS
Parenting in Medicine Panel
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building, Concourse
Moderator: Nancy Rigotti, MD, Director, Office of Women’s Careers, Massachusetts General Hospital
David Alfandre, MD, MSPH, VA National Center for Ethics in Health Care
Katrina Armstrong, MD, MSCE, University of Pennsylvania
Stacy Higgins, MD, Emory University School of Medicine
Rachel Levine, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University
Clinician Investigator Careers
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building, Concourse
Joshua P. Metlay MD, PhD, Chief, Section of Hospital Medicine, University
of Pennsylvania
Gary E. Rosenthal, MD, University of Iowa College School of Medicine, Past
President, SGIM, 2010-2011
Martin F. Shapiro, MD, MPH, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles,
Past President, SGIM, 2002-2003
Clinician Educator Careers
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building, Concourse
Carol K. Bates, MD, Harvard Medical School, SGIM Treasurer, 2011-2012
Dan P. Hunt, MD, Chief, Hospital Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital
Ryan R. Kraemer, MD, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Kurt Pfeifer, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Thursday
National Evaluation of the effects on healthcare utilization and costs
of the VA Patient Centered Medical Home initiative
Paul Hebert; Chuan-Fen Liu; Edwin Wong; Susan Hernandez; Adam
Batten; Sophie Lo; Jackie Lemon
Thursday
Clinical Vignette Poster Session 1 | 11:30 – 1:00 pm
Grand Ballroom, Tower Building 2nd Level
Master Clinician Walking Tour: Rosemarie L. Conigliaro, MD
16. Left atrial myxoma: A rare cause of common presentation
Waleed Quwatli; Sarah Suliman; Joan Thomas; Deerajnath Lingutla
17. Isolated ostial stenosis of the left main coronary artery eight years
after radiation therapy
Osama Alsara; Heather Laird-Fick
18. Coronary Artery Disease in a Young Woman with Turner Syndrome
Miriam T. Levine
19. A Case Report of Dizziness from an Oropharyngeal Cancer
Takeomi Nakamura; Christine Kwan
Poster Session Organization
Posters 1-22
Cardiovascular Disease
Posters 23-53
Infectious Diseases
Posters 54-59
Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Posters 60-75
Medication-related Complications
Posters 76-82
Endocrinology and Metabolism
Posters 84-94
Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Posters 95-104
Immunology/Rheumatology
Posters 105-107
Nephrology
Posters 108-117
Neurology
Posters 118-140
Hematology/Oncology
20. Legionella Pneumonia Complicated By Transient Left Ventricular
Dysfunction and Torsades De Pointes
Saqib Gowani; Anupam Kumar; Sabeena Arora; Bimalin Lahiri
21. Deliberately Blank
22. Deliberately Blank
23. Streptococcus Constellatus Bacteremia Associated With Complex
Pulmonary and Hepatic Infections Following Perforated Appendicitis in A Patient Taking Adalimumab
Anita Bhagavath; Malka Krupka; Rebecca Calabrese
1. “Unbreak My Heart”: Takotsubo’s Cardiomyopathy and Mobitz II
Block
Peter-Trung Phan; Shivtej Kaushal
24. Dysarthria and Right-sided Hemiparesis: Metastatic Streptococcal
Infection Masquerading as Pontine Stroke
Daphne T. Lo; Brandon Combs
2. Anomalous Aortic Origin of Coronary Artery and Sudden Cardiac
Death: Consideration of Diagnostic and Treatment Approaches.
Beata A. Kaczkowska; Terrence J. Sacchi
25. Mortality due to Reactivation Hepatitis B in an HIV Positive Patient
Meredith Niess
3. Seasonal Recurrent Myopericarditis
Laura Divoky; Rex Wilford
4. A Plumber’s Dream
Jordan Turk; Aman Shah; Lauren Shapiro
5. Positional hypoxemia secondary to a patent foramen ovale
Jane Njeru; Murali Duggirala
6. Difficulty in breathing after delivery : Is it serious?
Nattachai Suwachittanont; Thaksa-on Wirotwan
7. Apical Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, a BENIGN Form of Heart
Disease?
Hannah Hall; Maria G. Frank
8. Ventricular Septal Rupturea as a Rare Immediate Complication of
Acute Myocardial Infarction
Abhilash Akinapelli; Jaya S. Gupta; Showri Karnam; Andrew G. De
Nazareth; Susan M. Schima
9. Pericardial fat necrosis: A rare cause of acute chest pain
Sarah Hess; Satya Bhupathi; Sreelatha Chalasani
10. Hmm...that looks like arterial blood
Neeraj Agrawal; Prathit Kulkarni; David C. Hilmers
11. Endocarditis related Platypnea Orthodeoxia and Reverse Lutembacher Syndrome
David Anwar; Nada E. Elmagboul; Cynthia Chuang
12. Congenital Inferior Vena Cava Malformation as a Risk Factor for
Deep Venous Thrombosis
Foroozan Famoori; Saba A. Hasan
13. Chest Pain In A Young, Healthy Female. Is Physical Exam Really
Necessary?
Maria G. Frank; Susan L. Calcaterra; John Cunningham
14. Heart of Broken Glass: A case of Tako Tsubo cardiomyopathy triggered by severe alcohol withdrawal
Maria G. Frank; Jane Park; Camille Ladanyi; Paul Brittain; Anthony
Kahr
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A common complaint unveils a deadly disease: A unique presentation
of infective endocarditis
Julie M. LeCleir
26. Pre-operative Chest Radiography: Old Habits Die Hard
Meredith Niess
27. A Search for Scrofula
Matthew T. Corey
28. A Tap TB Reckoned With
Jean M. Mensz; Kevin D. Hauck; Lauren Shapiro
29. Invasive Aspergillosis: Closing the Time Gap in Antifungal Therapy
Anar Patel; Harish Jasti
30. Bartonella endocarditis presenting with gastro-intestinal symptoms
Prabhat Singh; Hammad Arshad; Ross DiMarco; Mohamed H. Yassin
31. Pulmonary Mucormycosis and Acute Lymphoblastic LeukemiaSiblings Before Chemotherapy
Nikhil Kapila; Poojita Shivamurthy; Prerna Mota; Saqib Gowani;
Michael Lawlor
32. A case of multidrug resistant Nocardia pseudobrasiliensis.
Vimalkumar Veerappan Kandasamy; Ajaykumar Kaja; Khaled M.
Abouelezz; Mary Tadros
33. Choledochal cysts: A disease of all ages
Vimalkumar Veerappan Kandasamy; Ajaykumar Kaja; Nachiket Patel;
Pallavi Bellamkonda
34. TB Meningitis - An uprising or a false alarm?
Saraschandra Vallabhajosyula; Renuga Vivekanandan; Laurel Preheim
35. Graves’ Storms into unchartered territories!
Saraschandra Vallabhajosyula; Sri Harsha Tella; Ojas Bansal; Theresa
Townley
36. Rocky Mountain “Spotless” Fever
Moise Jean
37. Neurosyphilis
Matthew L. Law
38. All Hands on Deck: Neurocognitive Effects of HIV
Ryan Brown; Deepa Bhatnagar
39. Trauma leading to the discovery of diffuse lymphadenopathy and a
colonic mass.
Hillary Dunlevy; Joshua Metlay
40. A Rare Opportunistic Infection
Himabindu Kadiyala; Zichun Feng
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Clinical Vignette Poster Session 1 | 11:30 – 1:00 pm
41. HIV Induced Rhabdomyolysis
Francisco Hernandez Munoz; Gregory Braden; Sarah Dreilling; Daniel
Landry
63. An Opiate Rush Due to Oral Thrush
Matthew George; Sean Drake
42. TB or Not TB
Mallory Otto
64. Red Flags of Acute Low Back Pain Signal Infectious Complications of
Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) Therapy
David R. Linz; Harish Jasti
43. The Difficulty in Differentiating Infective Endocarditis (IE) from
Nonbacterial Thrombotic Endocarditis (NBTE)
Ryoji Ito; Takashi Watari; Joel Branch; Izumi Kitagawa
65. Drug Rash with Eosinophilia and Systemic Symptoms (DRESS Syndrome) from Telaprevir Use
John Szymusiak; Reed Van Deusen
44. Purulent Bacterial Pericarditis in a Patient with Pneumococcal
Pneumonia
Emily Horvath; Amanda M. O’Connor; John D. Rogers
66. Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumor as Presentation of MEN I Syndrome
John Szymusiak; Reed Van Deusen
45. Viral Meningitis from Herpes Simplex Virus Type-2
Brienne Miner
67. 46. Mono Can Be Yellow: An Unusual Cause of Acute Hepatitis
Disha Awasthi; Bhuvana Guha
68. Sugar, Sugar, How’d You Get So High?
Ishani Pathmanathan; Varsha Somasekharan
69. This Leak Needs More Than a Plumber
Ishani Pathmanathan; Neil Shah
48. Fatigue and Second Degree AV Block in a Young Healthy Male
Ryan Nall; Paige Comstock
70. Spiraling futility: A case of eucalcemic hypervitaminosis D
Charles D. Magee; Lynn Byars
49. A forty-nine year old immunocompromised male with pneumococcal
bacteremia
Rebecca Glassman; Howard Libman
71. 50. Challenges and management of central nervous system Coccidioides
Morgen Yao-Cohen; Ami Parekh; Melicent Peck; Sarah Doernberg
72. Ciprofloxacin Implicated in Acute Hepatitis
Youssef Nasr; Edgardo M. Flores Anticona; Alex Essenmacher; Kassem
Bourgi; Lucero C. Chueca Villa
51. A Rare Cause of Right Upper Quadrant Abdominal Pain
Soujanya Sodavarapu; Amanada Scott; Stephen Hosea
52. Vinegar Causing chemical pneumonitis and subsequent Broken
Heart: A rare case of accidental Vinegar Inhalation resulting in Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy.
Soujanya Sodavarapu; Amanada Scott; Richard Belkin; Thomas D.
Watson
53. An unusual cause of cough
Aparna Sharma; Kokila Bindiganavile Nagendran; Harvey Friedman
54. 62 Year-Old Man with Cough, Hemoptysis and a Pulmonary Mass
Aisha Siddiqi; Tushar A. Tuliani; Kevin Belgrave; Donald P. Levine;
Diane L. Levine
55. Diagnosing a patient with granulomatous disease: Better than a coin
flip?
Kimberly M. Tartaglia; Tyler Oostra
56. Lessons from the heart: the role of echocardiography and thrombolysis in the diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary embolism
Mendel Goldfinger; Abigail Chua; Darlene LeFrancois
57. Lung mass and pleural effusion - Planning for a biopsy? Let us test
the urine before that!
Sathish kumar Krishnan; Malav Parikh; Venu K. Ganipisetti
58. Well Known, But Least Suspected - A Case Of Furosemide-Induced
Pancreatitis
Sathish kumar Krishnan; Dima Dandachi; Malav Parikh; Harvey Friedman
59. Acute Generalized Exanthematous Pustulosis in a Lupus patient
recently initiating Hydroxychloroquine.
Mary E. Wiles; Robin Klein; Daniel D. Dressler; Francois Rollin
60. Anaphylaxis to Levofloxacin: Rare reaction to a common drug
Qura Tul Ain Rashid; Joseph T. Knapper; Robin Klein
61. A man and his itchy DRESS
Brian Ciampa
62. Prolonged Evolving Symptomatology in a Patient with Dapsone
Hypersensitivity
Noa Schwartz; Darlene LeFrancois
A word is worth a thousand pictures: Timely communication to avoid
delays in urgent diagnostic imaging
Christopher J. Smith
73. Clozapine Induced Acute Colonic Pseudo-Obstruction
David Weir; Casey R. Benton
74. Was It Something I Ate? A Case of The Refeeding Syndrome as a
Cause of Neurologic and Respiratory Failure.
David Weir; Parth Rali; William Fleischman
75. Finding Conn’s, and Life After
Irene Rahman
76. Clomiphene-induced hypertriglyceridemia and acute pancreatitis
Sean Iwamoto; Anthony Yin; Susanna Tan; Sara L. Swenson
77. Coma: Hyperthyroid or Hypothyroid.
Pakhadi Buddhadev; Mihir S. Shah
78. Multiple Myeloma Masquerade
Kristen Dalton
79. How to see a big ‘K’ drop!
Pranathi Sundaragiri; Dhwanil Vyas; Rene H. Cuadra; Nicole S. Silverstein
80. Gynecomastia in an elderly male; is digoxin a culprit?
Ahmed Salman; Naba R. Mainali; Richard Alweis
81. Leukocytoclastic vasculitis associated with cocaine abuse with possible levamisole contamination
Christopher Sankey; Lauren Wiznia
82. Aortoesophageal fistula as a rare cause of chest pain
Christopher Sankey
83. Colonic Schistosomiasis as Incidental Finding in a Pedunculated
Polyp.
Ahmad Aldeiri; Abdallah Kobeissy; Osama Alaradi
84. MRI Termination: The danger of device retention during capsule
endoscopy
Bradley Anderson; Jackson Liang; Ramona S. DeJesus
85. Withdrawn by Author
86. Is SCIC making the patient SICK?
Kavitha Bagavathy; Hamid Habibi
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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47. Subacute Bacterial Endocarditis Masquerading as an Autoimmune
Vasculitis
Arshia Ali
Eosinophilic Pneumonia, Rare but fatal side effect of Daptomycin: A
case report
Jaya Edukulla; Swati Choudhary; Alexander Glick; Derek DeSouza
Thursday
Clinical Vignette Poster Session 1 | 11:30 – 1:00 pm
87. An Unforgettable Cause of GI bleeding!
Hani Snounou; Samian sulaiman; Luis F. Guzman; Salih Samo
88. Recurrent aspiration pneumonia in a patient with gastric banding
Vikram Sengupta; Cristina M. Gonzalez; Manuela Calvo
89. Pyogenic Liver Abscess: Imaging of the abdomen in a patient with
pneumonia like symptoms
Tatiana McKenna; Dhruti Patel; Ronnie Mantilla; Anasse Souidi
111. Man, Mind and Madness!
Kalpana Nagarkar; Akshay Manohar; Michael S. Beede; Daniel Goldsmith
112. An Unusual Cause of Hydrocephalus
Zhe Chen; Yelena Averbukh
113. Neuro-Behçet’s Disease: An Unusual Cause of Headache
Eric Fountain; Anjali Dhurandhar
90. Gastric malignancy in a patient with common variable immunodeficiency
Kah Poh Loh; John P. Hunt; Vaibhav Mehendiratta
114. I have a dancing hand: A rare presentation of post herpetic myoclonus
Miles Raizada; Robert B. Werner; Razi Rashid; Mashrafi Ahmed
91. 115. Beyond The Darkness … An Enlightening Overview of Optic Neuritis
With Normal Imaging.
Javeria Haque; Harvey Friedman
A Bad Connection Resolved: Patient Survives Aortoenteric Fistula
Mahmuda Islam; Adnanul Karim; Jingdong Su; Aiman Shokr; Roger D.
Smalligan
92. Raising Awareness for Chronic Mesenteric Ischemia: an oft-hidden
diagnosis
Kristen M. Meier; Doyun Park; Geeta Laud
116. Is Your Abdomen Really Benign? A Rare Case Of Acute Pancreatitis
From Metastatic Breast Cancer!
Javeria Haque; Harvey Friedman
93. Catastrophe!
Auras R. Atreya; Eimear Kitt; Behdad Besharatian; Ashish Verma;
Michael DeMatteo
117. The Metastatic Hiatal Hernia Sac: An unusual presentation of recurrent ovarian cancer.
Raji Shameem; Solaiman Futuri; Stephen Machnicki; Dana Shani
94. A Fatal Rash: It’s Always Lupus!
Auras R. Atreya; Sonali Arora; Scott Halista; Thomas Higgins
118. Pernicious Anemia: An Uncommon Cause Of Erythema Nodosum
Raji Shameem; Arvind Randhawa; Niket Sonpal; Dana Shani
95. Dyspnea in Polymyositis- Antisynthetase Antibody is the Clue
Ravi Shahukhal; Yagna R. Bhattrai; Nirva Dube; Madan R. Aryal
119. Deadly Act of Vanishing
Ankit Madan; Omair Atiq; Pooja Sethi
96. An Old Rookie of Takayasu Arteritis
Tatsuya Sato; Junwa Kunimatsu; Riri Watanabe; Atsuto Yoshizawa
120. Upper extremity venous thrombosis-Calm before the storm
Ankit Madan; Pooja Sethi; Kavita Tripathi
97. 121. Acute chest syndrome in pregnancy-Double trouble
Ankit Madan; Pooja Sethi; Kavita Tripathi
The Chicken or the Egg: Parvovirus B19 or Antiphospholipid antibody?
Kartika Reddy; Samina Sarwar; Erin Sullivan
98. Dizziness in the Elderly...Not just Orthostasis
Abigail Gass; Anne Drabkin Schade; Tara Rickard
99. Common Variable Immunodeficiency: An Uncommonly Diagnosed
Disorder in Common Population
Hirva Mamdani; Diane L. Levine
100. Granulomatosis with polyangitis: early recognition and treatment
key to patient outcomes
Laura Nichols; Peter-Trung Phan
101. A Difficult Dilemma: Management of Active Systemic Lupus Erythematosus in the Setting of Concomitant Infection and Altered Mental
Status
Michael Spagnola; Sara Wikstrom
102. An Unusual Complication of Infective Endocarditis
Megha Prasad
103. Treating Hyponatremia - No Win Situation
Vishal Goyal
104. Dilemma of Plasmapharesis
Zakaria Almuwaqqat
105. Unusual presentation of a rare disorder
Yogita Segon; Ankur Segon
106. Weak leg, Cold arm, Clot in the lung, Hole in the Heart
Mandy Stull; Anthony Donato
107. Cerebral Venous Thrombosis in A Patient With Sickle Cell Trait
Navitha Ramesh; Sarah Suliman; Ziad Alkhoury
108. VITAMIN E N-E-U-R-O-P-A-T-H-Y
Dana Ellis; Neal Viradia; Deepa Bhatnagar
109. All that is Transient is Not TIA
Sarah H. Van Tassel; Michael J. Plakke; Khan K. Chaichana; Anthony
A. Donato
110. Bubble in the Brain- Not to be taken lightly!
Kalpana Nagarkar; Nazish Ahmad; Muhammed Bokhari
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122. A Cute Rash
Erin C. Contratto
123. Hypercalcemia of Malignancy
Andrew Mener; Sara Wikstrom
124. Polyoma BK virus, an oncogenic virus
Ayad Alkhatib; Ibrahim Abdullah; Qasim L. Shakeel; Syed Hassan;
Waqas Qureshi
125. Evans syndrome in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
Ajaykumar Kaja; Vimalkumar Veerappan Kandasamy; Khaled M.
Abouelezz; Mary Tadros
126. Lymphoma presenting as abdominal access
Abhishek Singla; Jayanth Adusumalli; Mahmoud A. Abu Hazeem;
Nithan C. Birch
127. Unusual Presentation of Multiple Myeloma as Vertebral Artery Dissection
Pahul Singh; Navneet Kaur
128. Classic hematologic findings help diagnose pernicious anemia in a
patient without neurologic deficits
Andrew Antony; Yelena Averbukh
129. Malignant Transformation of Intrapulmonary Schwannoma into
Carcinosarcoma in Neurofibromatosis-1: A Case Report
Sagar Mallikethi Lepakshi Reddy; Ekta Lakhani; Arshad Javed; Satish
J. Bankuru; Diane L. Levine
130. AL Amyloidosis: When Yellow Meets Congo Red
Kendrick B. Gwynn; Tiffany Walker; Kimberly D. Manning; Kristina L.
Lundberg; Robin Klein
131. Peritoneal mesothelioma with persentation of Dermatomyositis
Manivel Eswaran; Muhammad Ansar
132. Make No Bones about It
Hawkins Gay; Jason Higdon
133. Constipation as a Presentation of Pernicious Anemia
Rebecca Witt; Sara Wikstrom
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Clinical Vignette Poster Session 1 | 11:30 – 1:00 pm
134. Sixth Cranial Nerve Palsy as An Unusual Presenting Symptom Of
Ipilimumab-Induced Hypophysitis
David Burgess; Kah Poh Loh; Shin Yin Lee; Syed Ali
135. Enigmatic pleural effusion
Emily Kocurek; Sujata Bhushan
136. Abdominal Pain and Quadriparesis: Acute Intermittent Porphyria At
Its Worst
Venkata N. Kollipara; Jingdong Su; Roger D. Smalligan; Bindu B. Yalamanchili; Steven Urban
137. Bilateral Bells Palsy in Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
Rigoberto Ramirez; Daniel Cheeran; Philippe Prouet; Ronni M. Miller;
Ivan Carabenciov; Eileen Marley; Harris Naina
138. Fatal Intracranial Hemorrhage in Setting of Refractory Hypercoagulable State: A Case of Atypical Hypercoagulation
Robert L. Fogerty; Christopher Sankey
Thursday
139. Medical Error and Harm as a Real Time Teachable Moment: A 52
year old Woman with Diabetes
Robert L. Fogerty
140. Catching a Bad Break
Michael T. Shoffeitt; A Domnica Fotino
141. Presentation of Zinc Deficiency as a Perianal Ulcerative Rash in An
Alcoholic Man
Yasmin Raza; Yelena Averbukh
142. Face to Face: Utilizing technology to support hospitalized patients
Jane M. Shen; Rachel Kruzan
143. An Unusual Case of Fatigue
Kevin A. Johnson; Maryam Sattari
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Thursday
CONCURRENT SESSION A | 1:00 – 2:30 pm
CONCURRENT SESSION A AT A GLANCE
CLINICAL UPDATE, SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM and
WORKSHOP SESSIONS
CUA1
Plaza E, Plaza Building, Concourse
CUA2
Spruce Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Update in Addiction Medicine for the Generalist
Category: Mental Health/Substance Abuse
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Substance Abuse Interest Group
Coordinator: Adam Gordon, MD, MPH, University of Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh VAMC
Additional Faculty: Nicolas Bertholet, MD, MSc, Lausanne University Hospital and Lausanne University Medical School; Jennifer McNeely, MD, MS,
New York University School of Medicine; Joanna L. Starrels, MD, MS, Albert
Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center; Jeanette M.
Tetrault, MD, Yale University School of Medicine; Alexander Y. Walley, MD,
Boston University School of Medicine,
CUA2
Spruce Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
SSA1
Plaza F, Plaza Building, Concourse
SSA2
Gold Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
VAA
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Bldg Concourse
WTA
Governor’s Square 16, Plaza Building, Concourse
WA01
Tower Court C, Tower Building, 2nd Level
WA02
Tower Court A, Tower Building, 2nd Level
WA03
Tower Court B, Tower Building, 2nd Level
WA04
Governor’s Square 10, Plaza Building, Concourse
WA05
Denver Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Shared Decision Making Symposium: State of the Science
WA06
Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Building, Concourse
WA07
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building, Concourse
WA08
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building, Concourse
WA09
Century Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
WA10
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building, Concourse
WA11
Silver Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Category: Healthcare Delivery and Redesign
Coordinator: Kathleen Fairfield, MD, Department of Medicine, Maine Medical Center
Additional Faculty: Michael J. Barry, MD, Informed Medical Decisions
Foundation; Jean Kutner, MD, MSPH, University of Colorado, Denver;
Michael Pignone, MD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Marilyn M.
Schapira, MD, MPH, Abramson Cancer Center, University of Pennsylvania;
Leigh H. Simmons, MD, John D. Stoeckle Center for Primary Care Innovation, Massachusetts General Hospital
SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT SESSIONS
SSA1
Plaza F, Plaza Building, Concourse
ASA1
Directors Row H, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
ASA2
Directors Row E, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
ASA3
Directors Row I, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Evolutionary Biology in General Internal Medicine
ASA4
Directors Row J, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Category: Clinical Practice
Coordinator: Mark D. Schwartz, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine,
Department of Population Health, New York University School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Barbara Natterson, MD, UCLA David Geffen School of
Medicine; Randolph M. Nesse, MD, University of Michigan; Josephine Ni,
MD, NYU School of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency Program
CLINICAL VIGNETTE SESSION A
CVA
Columbine Room, Tower Building, Terrace Level
INNOVATIONS IN MEDICAL EDUCATION
ORAL PRESENTATION SESSION
IMEA
Terrace Room, Tower Building, Terrace Level
SSA2
Gold Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
VAA
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building, Concourse
eHealth and mHealth: State of the Science
CUA1
Plaza E, Plaza Building, Concourse
Update in Women’s Health
Category: Women’s Health
Coordinator: Judith M. Walsh, MD, MPH, Professor, University of
California, San Francisco
Additional Faculty: Rachel Bonnema, MD, MS, University of Nebraska
Medical Center; Megan McNamara, MD, MSc, Case Western Reserve
University School of Medicine; Sarah A. Tilstra, MD, MS, University of
Pittsburgh Medical Center
Category: VA Series
Coordinator: Jeffrey Whittle, MD, MPH, Primary Care Division, Clement J.
Zablocki VA Medical Center, Milwaukee
Additional Faculty: Steven R. Simon, MD, MPH, Boston VA Healthcare
System, Boston, MA; Thomas Houston, MD, MPH, Edith Nourse Rogers
VAMC, Bedford, MA
WTA
Governor’s Square 16, Plaza Building, Concourse
Teaching in the Ambulatory Setting
Category: TEACH Session
Coordinator: Kerri L. Palamara, MD, Associate Program Director for Ambulatory Training, Department of Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital
Additional Faculty: Eva M. Aagaard, MD, University of Colorado School
of Medicine; Christopher L. Knight, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine,
Department of Medicine, University of Washington; Margaret C. Lo, MD,
University of Florida College of Medicine
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Thursday
CONCURRENT SESSION A | 1:00 – 2:30 pm
WA01
WA06
Tower Court C, Tower Building, 2nd Level
Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Building, Concourse
Pathways in General Internal Medicine: A Career Mentoring
Panel for Students, Residents, and Fellows
PCMH in Academic Medical Homes – Using Population
Management to Get the Right Resources to the Right People at
the Right Time
Category: Personal/Professional Development
Coordinator: Ryan Kraemer, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine,
University of Alabama, Birmingham
Additional Faculty: Lauren Block, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins; Carol
Horowitz, MD, MPH, Mount Sinai School of Medicine; Raj Sehgal, MD,
South Texas Veterans Health Care System; Jon C. Tilburt, MD, Mayo Clinic;
Lisa M. Vinci, MD, MS, Chicago University
WA02
Tower Court A, Tower Building, 2nd Level
The Family Meeting: Communication Tools for Success
WA03
Tower Court B, Tower Building, 2nd Level
Beyond Pain Contracts: A Practical, Multidisciplinary Model
for Safer Opiate Prescribing
Category: Clinical Medicine
Coordinator: Sarita Warrier, MD, General Internal Medicine, Warren Alpert
Medical School of Brown University/ Rhode Island Hospital
Additional Faculty: Daniel Alford, MD, MPH, Boston University School
of Medicine and Boston Medical Center; Rebekah Gardner, MD, Warren
Alpert Medical School of Brown University/Rhode Island Hospital; Kate
Mavrich, MD, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University/ Rhode
Island Hospital; Michael S. Picchioni, MD, Baystate Medical Center/Tufts
University School of Medicine
WA04
Governor’s Square 10, Plaza Building, Concourse
Merging Mindfulness and Heuristics; Teaching Residents
(and Ourselves) about Diagnosis and Error
Category: Clinical Medicine
Coordinator: Timothy Krohe, MD, General Internal Medicine Service,
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Additional Faculty: Joan B. Ritter, MD, Walter Reed National Military
Medical Center; Laura L. Sessums, MD, Uniformed Services University of
the Health Sciences
WA05
Denver Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Physician Advocacy and State-Based Health Care Reform
WA07
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building, Concourse
Beyond RVUs: Changing Your Compensation Plan to Reflect
Primary Care Providers’ Actual Work
Category: Leadership and Administration
Coordinator: Elizabeth Trowbridge, MD, Internal Medicine, University of
Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Additional Faculty: Lisa Bindl, MBA, University of Wisconsin School of
Medicine and Public Health; David Feldstein, MD, University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine and Public Health; Ann Schmidt, MD, University of
Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health; Michael Thom, MD,
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
WA08
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building, Concourse
How Do You Create an Entrustable Professional Activity
(EPA) for Lifelong Learning? Going Miles Beyond the
Milestones!
Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Coordinator: Andem Ekpenyong, MD, Associate Program Director, Rush
University Medical Center
Additional Faculty: Diane L. Levine, MD, Wayne State University; Debra
Litzelman, MD, Indiana University; Julie Oyler, MD, The University of
Chicago; Yasmin Sacro, MD, The University of Chicago
WA09
Century Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
An Educational Innovation, Ambulatory Immersion
Experiences: The 4+1 and 4+2 Systems: How They Can Help
You Add Up the ACGME Milestone Math
Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Coordinator: Elizabeth Lee, MD, General Internal Medicine, Temple
University Hospital
Additional Faculty: John Donnelly, MD, Christiana Hospital; Vishnu
Kulasekaran, MD, Temple University Hospital; Maureen Miller, MD, Temple
University Hospital; Heather Ragozine-Bush, MD, Christiana Hospital
Small Group Leader: Lawrence Ward, MD, Thomas Jefferson University
Hospital
Category: Health Policy/Advocacy/Social Justice
Coordinator: Oliver Fein, MD, Medicine and Public Health, Weill Cornell
Medical College
Additional Faculty: Mark Liebow, MD, Mayo Clinic; Martin F. Shapiro, MD,
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Thursday
Category: Aging/Geriatrics/End-of Life
Submitted in Conjunction with: End-of-Life Special Interest Group
Coordinator: Stephanie M. Harman, MD, Department of Medicine, Stanford
University Medical Center
Additional Faculty: Ursula K. Braun, MD, MPH, Baylor College of Medicine;
Patricia F. Harris, MD MS, USC Keck School of Medicine; Mark Hughes,
MD, MA, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Category: Healthcare Delivery and Redesign
Coordinator: Susan Day, MD, University of Pennsylvania
Additional Faculty: Martin Arron, MD, Beth Israel Medical Center; Tom
Bodenheimer, MD, MPH, University of California, San Francisco/San
Francisco General Hospital; Reena Gupta, MD, University of California, San
Francisco/San Francisco General Hospital; Kathie Huang, University of
Pennsylvania; Brenda Matti - Orozco, MD, St. Luke’s – Roosevelt Hospital
Center
Thursday
CONCURRENT SESSION A | 1:00 – 2:30 pm
WA10
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building, Concourse
Taking the First Steps in Your Research Career: Obtaining a
Career Development Award
Category: Personal/Professional Development
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Research Committee
Coordinator: Arshiya A. Baig, MD, MPH, The University of Chicago
Additional Faculty: John Z. Ayanian, MD, Harvard Medical School and
Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Ken Covinsky, MD, MPH, University of
California, San Francisco and San Francisco VA Medical Center; Ann-Marie
Rosland, MD, MS, Ann Arbor VA Medical Center and University of Michigan
Abstract Session A2
Aging/Geriatrics/End-of-Life
Directors Row E, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Moderators: Joan M. Neuner, MD, MPH and Maria J. Silveira, MD, MA,
MPH
Discussant: Jean S. Kutner MD, MSPH, SGIM 2013 Distinguished Professor
in Geriatrics
1. Unpacking Resident-Led Code Status Discussions: Results from a
Mixed Methods Study
Rashmi K. Sharma; Nelia Jain; Eytan Szmuilowicz; Diane Wayne;
Kenzie A. Cameron
2. Comparison and accuracy of life expectancy predictions by patients,
physicians, and prognostic models in older patients with type 2
diabetes
Claire E. O’Hanlon; Sang Mee Lee; Priya John; Marshall Chin; Elbert S.
Huang
3. A Novel Website to Prepare Diverse Older Adults for Decision
Making and Advance Care Planning: A Pilot Study
Rebecca L. Sudore; Sara J. Knight; Anita L. Stewart; Ryan D. McMahan;
Mariko Feuz; Yinghui Miao; Deborah E. Barnes
4. Ensuring Culturally Competent Falls Questions in Population-based
Surveys
Susan Huang; Thu Quach; Liss Ieong; Joan Abrams; Cary Sweeney;
Louise Aronson
5. Trends in Advance Directive Use and Hospitalization Among Elderly
Americans, 2000-2010
Maria J. Silveira; John D. Piette
WA11
Silver Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Is Pregnancy a Stress Test? The New AHA Guidelines for
Prevention of CVD in Women: A Woman’s Heart from
Pregnancy through Menopause
Category: Women’s Health
Coordinator: Jennifer Corbelli, MD, General Internal Medicine, University
of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Additional Faculty: Anna K. Donovan, MD, University of Pittsburgh Medical
Center; Alda Maria Gonzaga, MD, MS, University of Pittsburgh Medical
Center; Melissa McNeil, MD, MPH, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center;
Carla Spagnoletti, MD, MS, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Abstract Session A1
Hamolsky Finalists
Directors Row H, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Moderator: Michael P. Pignone, MD
1. Health Centers Care for a Sicker Population With Fewer Clinic Visits
and Fewer Hospitalizations
Neda Laiteerapong; James Kirby; Yue Gao; Tzy-Chyi Yu; Ravi Sharma;
Sang Mee Lee; Marshall Chin; Aviva G. Nathan; Quyen Ngo-Metzger;
Elbert S. Huang
2. Repatriation to primary care: Do PCPs and specialists agree?
Nathaniel Gleason; Sara Ackerman; Don Collado; Chanda Ho; Jennifer
J. Monacelli; Michael Wang; Ralph Gonzales
3. The Use of Individualized Dashboards and Pay-for-Performance to
Improve Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis Compliance by
Hospitalists
Henry J. Michtalik; Howard T. Carolan; Michael B. Streiff; Elliott R.
Haut; Joseph Finkelstein; Nowella Durkin; Murali A. Padmanaban;
Brandyn D. Lau; Daniel Brotman
4. Barriers and Facilitators of Contraceptive Counseling by General
Internal Medicine Faculty and Internal Medicine Residents
Rachael R. Dirksen; Benjamin Shulman; Stephanie B. Teal; Amy G.
Huebschmann
5. Multimorbidity and health care utilization among high-cost patients:
Implications for care coordination
Donna Zulman; Jean Yoon; Danielle M. Cohen; Todd H. Wagner;
Christine Ritchie; Steven Asch
6. Association between resident laboratory test utilization, uncertainty
& the biopsychosocial model of patient care
Jessica R. Singer; Deborah Jones; Nancy Chang; Rafael A. Lantigua;
Steven Shea
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Abstract Session A3
Hospital-based Medicine
Directors Row I, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Moderators: Valerie G. Press, MD, MPH and Siddhartha Singh, MD
1. Effect of Comorbidities on Clinical Outcomes in Low-Risk CURB-65
Patients
Luis C. Watanabe Tejada; David Paje; Qasim L. Shakeel; Abdul Kareem
Uduman; Amit Vahia; Rafael Cabrera
2. Disability Better Predicts Length of Stay than Comorbidity in
Patients Admitted to Internal Medicine
Chunzhen Tan; Yee Sien Ng; David Matchar; Gerald Choon Huat Koh;
Young Kyung Do
3. Support For Hospital To Home For Elders: A Randomized Control
Trial Of An In-Patient Discharge Intervention Among A Diverse
Elderly Population
L. E. Goldman; Urmimala Sarkar; Eric R. Kessell; Jeffrey Critchfield;
Michelle Schneidermann; Edgar Pierluissi; Barbara Walter; Margot
Kushel
4. (Re)turning the Pages of Residency: the impact of localizing resident
physicians to hospital units on paging frequency
Laura Fanucchi; Lia S. Logio
5. Identifying and Reducing Barriers to Pain Management: A Unique
Hospitalist/Pain Medicine Collaboration
Cameron S. Page; Dahlia Rizk; Rebecca Calabrese; Marilyn Bookbinder;
Steven E. Flores; Russell Portenoy
SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
Thursday
CONCURRENT SESSION A | 1:00 – 2:30 pm
Abstract Session A4
Health Disparities/Vulnerable Populations
1. Facilitating the direct observation of student performance with
mobile technology
Gary S. Ferenchick; David Solomon
Directors Row J, Plaza Bldg Lobby Level
2. GOTMeDS? Designing and Piloting an Interactive Module for
Trainees on Reducing Drug Costs
Vineet Arora; Rupali Kumar; Jeanne M. Farnan; Andrew Levy; Neel
Shah
3. Teaching Electronic Patient-Doctor Communication Using A Patient
Web Portal
Bradley H. Crotty; Arash Mostaghimi; Bruce E. Landon
Moderators: Obidiugwu Kenrik Duru, MD and Russell Rothman
1. Unmet health needs among homeless and vulnerably housed adults in
three Canadian cities
Niran Argintaru; Catharine Chambers; Evie Gogosis; Susan Farrell;
Anita Palepu; Fran Klodawsky; Stephen Hwang
Racial disparities in HPV vaccination.
Sonya Borrero; Amanda Gelman; Elizabeth Miller; E. Bimla Schwarz;
Aletha Y. Akers; Kwonho Jeong
4. 3. After the Fact: Educating Women Incarcerated in Jail on the use of
Medical Therapies to Prevent HIV Acquisition Following a Risky
Exposure
Neha Gupta; Heidi Schmidt; Timothy Buisker; Mi-Suk Kang Dufour;
Janet Myers; Jacqueline P. Tulsky
Writing for Change: Training Residents in Advocacy through Public
Medical Communication
Louise Aronson; Anda Kuo; Sharad Jain; Vanessa Grubbs; Jennifer
Siegel; Alice H. Chen
5. Novel Integration of Systems-based Practice into Internal Medicine
Residency Programs: The Interactive Cost-Awareness Resident
Exercise (I-CARE)
Robert L. Fogerty; Jason Heavner; John P. Moriarity; Andre N. Sofair;
Grace Y. Jenq
4. The impact of eliminating medication copayments on disparities in
cardiovascular care
Niteesh K. Choudhry; Katsiaryna Bykov; William Shrank; Michele A.
Toscano; Wayne Rawlins; Jessica Myers
5. The effect of Medicaid status on weight loss outcomes after gastric
bypass surgery.
Elsbeth Jensen-Otsu; Emily Ward; Breana Mitchell; Jonathan A.
Schoen; Kevin Rothchild; Gregory L. Austin
6. Vignette Session A
Vignette Award Finalist Session
Columbine Room, Tower Bldg. Terrace
Moderator: Kristy S. Deep, MD, MA, Co-Chair, Clinical Vignettes, SGIM 36th
Annual Meeting
Access to Subspecialty Care for Patients with Mobility Impairment
Tara Lagu; Nicholas S. Hannon; Michael B. Rothberg; Annalee S.
Wells; K. Laurie Green; McAllister O. Windom; Katherine R. Dempsey;
Penelope S. Pekow; Jill S. Avrunin; Aaron Chen; Peter K. Lindenauer
Innovations in Medical Education
Session A
Terrace Room, Tower Bldg Terrace Level
Moderators: Kelly White, MD and Michael J. Rosenblum, MD, Chair and CoChair, Innovations in Medical Education, SGIM 36th Annual Meeting
1. Austrian Syndrome: A Rare Triad
Justin L. Guthier; Rita Pechulis
2. A Case of Multiple Myeloma Involving the Thyroid Gland
Anthony P. Sertich; Nazrul Chowdhury; Steven Urban
3. An Unlikely Culprit Creating an Uncontrolled INR
Joshua Kra; Alfred Burger
4. When Blood Doesn’t Help
Joshua K. Sabari; Matthew Shaines
5. A Puzzling Case of Nausea Ad Nauseam
Kavel Visrodia; Raina Shivashankar; Amy T. Wang
Thursday | 2:30 – 3:30 pm
Interest Group Meet and Greet Hour
SGIM Meetings
Plaza Foyer
Annual Meeting 2014 Program Committee (members only)
Members of the following Interest Groups have confirmed they will be
present to chat with meeting attendees
Plaza Court 4, Plaza Bldg Concourse
Academic General Internal Medicine in Latin America
Arts and Music Interest Group
Fellowship Directors Interest Group
Integrative Medicine Interest Group
Plaza Court 3, Plaza Bldg Concourse
Disparities Task Force
Regional Meet and Greet Hour
California Meet and Greet
Plaza Court 6, Plaza Bldg Concourse
Mid-Atlantic Meet and Greet
Plaza Court 7, Plaza Bldg Concourse
Mid-West Regional Meet and Greet
Plaza Court 5, Plaza Bldg Concourse
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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2. Thursday
CONCURRENT SESSION b | 3:30 – 5:00 pm
CONCURRENT SESSION B AT A GLANCE
CLINICAL UPDATE, SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM and
WORKSHOP SESSIONS
CUB1
Plaza Ballroom E, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
CUB2
Gold Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Update in Chronic Kidney Disease
Category: Clinical Practice
Coordinator: Michael J. Choi, MD, Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins
University School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Bernard G. Jaar, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine; Joseph A. Vassalotti, MD, Mount Sinai Medical Center
and National Kidney Foundation
CUB2
Gold Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
CUB3
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
SSB1
Plaza Ballroom F, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
SSB2
Plaza Ballroom D, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
SSB3
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
WB01
Tower Court C, Tower Building, 2nd Level
WB02
Governor’s Square10, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
WB03
Tower Court B, Tower Building, 2nd Level
WB04
Tower Court A, Tower Building, 2 Level
WB05
Denver Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
WB06
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
WB07
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
WB08
Spruce Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
WB10
Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
WB11
Century Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
SSB1
WB12
Silver Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Plaza Ballroom F, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
nd
SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT SESSIONS
ASB1
Directors Row H, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
ASB2
Directors Row E, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
ASB3
Directors Row I, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
ASB4
Directors Row J, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
CLINICAL PRACTICE INNOVATIONS
ORAL PRESENTATION SESSION
CPIB
Terrace Room, Tower Building, Terrace Level
CUB3
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
Update in Medical Education
Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Medical Education Committee
Coordinator: Shobhina G. Chheda, MD, MPH, FACP, School of Medicine
and Public Health, University of Wisconsin
Additional Faculty: Carol K. Bates, MD, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical
Center, Harvard Medical School; Kathel Dunn, PhD, Mount Sinai School of
Medicine; Reena Karani, MD, MHPE, Mount Sinai School of Medicine; Lisa
L. Willett, MD, University of Alabama, Birmingham
The Business of Medicine: Making Change Happen
Category: Leadership and Administration
Coordinator: Michael H. Perskin, MD, Department of Medicine, New York
University
Additional Faculty: Jane Brock, MD, MSPH, Colorado Foundation for Medical Care; Thomas McGinn, MD, North Shore-LIJ Health System, Hofstra
North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine; Rulon Stacey, University of Colorado
Health
SSB2
CLINICAL VIGNETTE SESSION B
Plaza Ballroom D, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
CVB
Competency-Based Medical Education: Focus on Undergraduate Medical Education
Columbine Room, Tower Building, Terrace Level
CUB1
Plaza Ballroom E, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
Update in the Care of the Cancer Survivor
Category: Clinical Practice
Coordinator: Larissa Nekhlyudov, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, Department of Population Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Additional Faculty: Linda Overholser, MD, MPH, University of Colorado
Denver School of Medicine; Kimberly Peairs, MD, Johns Hopkins Medical Institution; Emily S. Tonorezos, MD, MPH, Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Cancer Center, Weill Cornell Medical College
Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Coordinator: Michael Green, MD, MSc, Department of Medicine, Yale
University
Additional Faculty: Robert Englander, MD, MPH, Association of American
Medical Colleges; Alan L. Hull, MD, PhD, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College
of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University; Aloysius Humbert, MD,
Indiana University School of Medicine
SSB3
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
Report from the National Commission on Physician
Payment Reform
Session Coordinator: Steven Schroeder, MD, Chair, National Commission
on Physician Payment Reform, Distinguished Professor of Health and Health
Care at the University of California, San Francisco
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SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
Thursday
CONCURRENT SESSION b | 3:30 – 5:00 pm
WB01
WB06
Tower Court C, Tower Building, 2nd Level
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
Writing Curriculum Vitaes and Preparing to Interview
Building Teams to Transform Primary Care: Theory and
Practice
Category: Personal/Professional Development
Coordinator: Stacy Higgins, MD, Department of Medicine, Emory University
Additional Faculty: Bimal Ashar, MD, Johns Hopkins University; Jeanne M.
Clark, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University; Bennett Lee, MD, MPH, Virginia Commonwealth University; Rachel B. Levine, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins
University; Amanda Salanitro, MD, MS, MSPH, Vanderbilt University
WB02
Category: Healthcare Delivery and Redesign
Coordinator: Erika Pabo, MD, MBA, Center for Primary Care, Harvard Medical School
Additional Faculty: Asaf Bitton, MD, MPH, Harvard Medical School; Sara
Singer, PhD, Harvard School of Public Health; Jonathan R. Sugarman, MD,
MPH, Qualis Health
Governor’s Square10, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
WB07
Exercise Prescription: Just Do It! Effective Therapy for
Chronic Medical Problems
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
Teaching Leadership, Management and Innovation Skills to
the Generalist Leader of the Future
Category: Leadership and Administration
Coordinator: Somava Stout, MD, MS, CHA Leadership Academy, Cambridge
Health Alliance
Additional Faculty: Andrew L. Ellner, MD, Harvard Medical School; Marcia
C. Lidman, MSW, Cambridge Health Alliance; Russell Phillips, MD, Harvard
Medical School; Hilary Worthen, MD, University of California, San Francisco
WB03
Tower Court B, Tower Building, 2nd Level
Breaking Bad News: A Workshop for Clinicians and
Clinician-Educators
Category: Clinical Medicine
Coordinator: Joan B. Ritter, MD, Department of Medicine, Walter Reed
National Military Medical Center
Additional Faculty: April S. Fitzgerald, MD, Johns Hopkins; Timothy Krohe,
MD, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center; Aliza Levine, MD, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
WB04
WB08
Spruce Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Designing a Resident Curriculum in Public Health
Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Coordinator: Jillian S. Catalanotti, MD, MPH, Division of General Internal
Medicine, George Washington University
Additional Faculty: Anne Cioletti, MD, George Washington University;
Monique Duwell, MD, George Washington University; David K. Popiel, MD,
MPH, George Washington University
Tower Court A, Tower Building, 2nd Level
Armchair Advocacy: The Art and Craft of the Op-Ed
WB10
Category: Health Policy/Advocacy/Social Justice
Coordinator: Anna Reisman, MD, Yale School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Louise Aronson, MD, MFA, University of California, San
Francisco; Alice H. Chen, MD, MPH, University of California, San Francisco;
Lisa Sanders, MD, Yale School of Medicine; Jennifer Siegel, MD, Boston
Medical Center
Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Building, Concourse Level
Directing an Ensemble: Optimizing Your Small Group
Teaching
Category: Personal/Professional Development
Coordinator: Deborah Korenstein, MD, Department of Medicine, Mount
Sinai School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Linda DeCherrie, MD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine; Lauren Peccoralo, MD, MPH, Mount Sinai School of Medicine; Erika
Yamada, MD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
WB05
Denver Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
A Curricular Toolkit for Teaching Advocacy Skills: Engaging
Learners in the Quest for Health Equity Inside and Beyond
the Examination Room
WB11
Category: Health Policy/Advocacy/Social Justice
Coordinator: Jeremy Long, MD, Department of GIM, Denver Health
Additional Faculty: Christine Gilroy, MD, MSPH, University of Colorado
School of Medicine; Rita Lee, MD, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Century Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Attending 101: Everything You Want and Need To Know
Category: Personal/Professional Development
Coordinator: Lee Park, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital
Additional Faculty: Jocelyn A. Carter, MD, MPH, Massachusetts General
Hospital; Gwen Crevensten, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital; Bradley
Monash, MD, University of California, San Francisco; Kerri L. Palamara,
MD, Massachusetts General Hospital; Bradley A. Sharpe, MD, University of
California, San Francisco
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Thursday
Category: Clinical Medicine
Coordinator: Heidi Powell, MD, Department of Medicine, University of
Washington
Additional Faculty: Deborah Greenberg, MD, University of Washington
Thursday
CONCURRENT SESSION b | 3:30 – 5:00 pm
WB12
4. The Role of the PCP in Preventive Cancer Screening Using a Novel
Population Management System
Steven J. Atlas; Jeffrey M. Ashburner; Adrian Zai; Yuchiao Chang;
Sanja Percac-Lima; Douglas Levy; Richard W. Grant
5. Self-audit increases clinician-driven universal HIV screening among
internal medicine residents
Joshua Barocas; Meghan Brennan; Christopher Crnich; Timothy Hess;
Ajay Sethi; James M. Sosman
6. Prevention of anal condyloma with quadrivalent human papillomavirus vaccination of older men who have sex with men: A nonconcurrent cohort study
Kristin Swedish; Stephen E. Goldstone
Silver Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Are You Pro Prempro? An Evidence-Based User’s Guide to
Post-Menopausal Hormone Therapy
Category: Women’s Health
Coordinator: Anna K. Donovan, MD, Division of General Internal Medicine,
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Small Group Discussion Leaders: Rachel Bonnema, MD, MS, University of
Nebraska College of Medicine; Jennifer Corbelli, MD, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; Melissa McNeil, MD, MPH, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine; Anu Munshi, MD, MS, University of Pittsburgh
School of Medicine
Abstract Session B1
Hamolsky Finalists
Abstract Session B3
Organization of Care and Chronic
Disease Management
Directors Row H, Plaza Bldg Lobby Level
Directors Row I, Plaza Bldg Lobby Level
Moderator: Barbara J. Turner, MD, MSEd, MA, MACP, Past President,
SGIM 2005-2006
Moderators: Jennifer L. Kraschnewski, MD, MPH and Joyce Wing-Yi Tang,
MD
1. Crossing boundaries: what is needed to realize a comprehensive
model of advance care planning?
Sangeeta Ahluwalia; David Bekelman; Thomas J. Prendergast; Alexis K.
Huynh; Karl Lorenz
1. Effect of a hospitalist-run post-discharge clinic on adverse postdischarge outcomes
Robert Burke; Emily Whitfield; Allan V. Prochazka
2. Perceived risk for type 2 diabetes among women with a history of
gestational diabetes
Joyce W. Tang; Kenzie A. Cameron; Javiera Pumarino; Alan Peaceman;
Ronald T. Ackermann
2. The Association Between Care Coordination and Health Outcomes in
Episodes of Care
Craig Pollack; Eric Schneider; Julie Lai; Robert Rudin; Steven Fox;
Peter S. Hussey
3. Trends in and Correlates of Awareness of a Prediabetes Diagnosis
among US Adults
Jeffrey T. Kullgren; HwaJung Choi; Michele Heisler
3. 4. Through a Gender Lens: A View of Gender and Leadership Positions
in the Department of Medicine at an Academic Medical Center
Anne Monroe; Rachel Levine; Jeanne M. Clark; Janet Bickel; Linda
Smith Resar
Community-Partnered Cluster-Randomized Comparative Effectiveness Trial of Community Engagement and Planning or Program
Technical Assistance to Address Depression Disparities
Michael Ong; Kenneth B. Wells; Loretta Jones; Bowen Chung; Elizabeth Dixon; Lingqi Tang; James Gilmore; Cathy Sherbourne; Victoria K.
Ngo; Susan E. Stockdale; Esmeralda Ramos; Thomas R. Belin; Jeanne
Miranda
4. 5. Patterns of Hospice Care Among Veterans and Non-Veterans
Melissa W. Wachterman; Steven R. Simon; Stuart R. Lipsitz; Nancy L.
Keating
Validation of a novel self-report instrument for measuring panel
management in primary care
Elizabeth Rogers; Danielle Hessler; Rachel Willard-Grace; Kate Dube;
Reena Gupta; Thomas Bodenheimer; Kevin Grumbach
6. Decline in Internal Medicine Residents’ ACLS Experience in the
Modern Training Era
Eric A. Young; Kristin A. Stratton; Michael Brin
5. Accurate Disease Attribution Is a Hurdle for Development of a Pay
for Performance Reimbursement Model
Jennifer Zreloff; Jillian Gaumond; Jason Higdon
6. Impact of a Population Management System on Physician Perceived
Time Devoted to Preventive Cancer Screening
Jeffrey M. Ashburner; Charlotte E. Ward; Douglas Levy; Adrian Zai;
Richard W. Grant; Steven J. Atlas
Abstract Session B2
Preventive Medicine
Directors Row E, Plaza Bldg Lobby Level
Moderators: Howard S. Gordon, MD and Christianne L. Roumie, MD, MPH
1. Randomized intervention to promote physical activity of internal
medicine residents
Anne N. Thorndike; Sarah Mills; Lillian Sonnenberg; Deepak Palakshappa; Tian Gao; Cindy T. Pau; Susan Regan
2. A Mixed-Methods Randomized Controlled Trial of Employer Matching of Deposit Contracts to Promote Weight Loss
Jeffrey T. Kullgren; Andrea B. Troxel; George Loewenstein; Laurie Norton; Dana Gatto; Yuanyuan Tao; Jingsan Zhu; Heather Schofield; Judy
A. Shea; David A. Asch; Thomas Pellathy; Jay Driggers; Kevin G. Volpp
3. Breast Cancer Screening before and after the 2009 USPSTF Guideline Changes
James F. Wharam; Fang Zhang; Bruce E. Landon; Claire Canning; Steve
Soumerai; Dennis Ross-Degnan
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Thursday
CONCURRENT SESSION b | 3:30 – 5:00 pm
Abstract Session B4
Joint SGIM-American Academy on Communication in Healthcare (AACH) Abstract Session
Clinical VignDate Session B
Granulomas: TB or not TB?
Directors Row J, Plaza Bldg Lobby Level
Discussant: Dan P. Hunt, MD, Chief, Hospital Medicine Unit, Massachusetts
General Hospital Medicine
Columbine Room, Tower Bldg. Terrace
Moderator: Somnath Saha MD, MPH
1. 2. 3. 5. 6. Hospice Enrollment Preferences Among Physicians and the Timing
of Their End-of-Life Care Discussions with Terminally-Ill Cancer
Patients
Michael Pang-Hsiang Liu; Garrett M. Chinn; Nancy L. Keating
Relation of antihypertensive treatment intensification to patientprovider communication about adherence to medications
Varsha Vimalananda; Barbara G. Bokhour; Jeffrey Solomon
Language Interpretation Errors and their Clinical Significance in the
Medical Encounters of Spanish-speaking Latinos.
Jasmine Santoyo-Olsson; Anna M. Napoles; Leah Karliner; Eliseo J.
Perez-Stable
A puzzling case of Mycobacterium abscessus
Amrita John; Steven Opal
2. The Great Imitator Strikes Again
Joshua K. Sabari; Anna Platovsky; Matthew Shaines
3. Exudative pleural effusion in a Haitian Man
Traci Fraser; Jordan B. Strom; Lee Park
4. Luckily it is Not the Worst Case Scenario: Disseminated Histoplasmosis Presenting as a Wasting Syndrome with Hypercalcemia
Monalee Patel-Chheda; Miles Raizada; Subhan Ahmed; Ruba A. Halloush; Faisal Khasawneh
5. A case of erythema nodosum leprosum in a 23-year-old Marshallese
man presenting with rash.
Erin Liu; Chunrong Lin; Kuo-Chiang Lian
Clinical Practice Innovations Session B
A randomized, controlled trial of alternative forms of feedback on
glycemic control in patients with poorly controlled diabetes
Anjali Gopalan; Emin Tahirovic; Haley Moss; Andrea B. Troxel; Jingsan
Zhu; Kevin G. Volpp
Patient and Physician Satisfaction With an Electronic Medical Record (EMR): Correlations With Computer Activity
Neil J. Farber; Yunan Chen; Alan Calvitti; Richard L. Street; Danielle
Zuest; Lin Liu; Kristin Bell; Mark Gabuzda; Barbara Gray; Zia Agha
1. Terrace Room, Tower Bldg, Terrace Level
Moderators: Michael Weiner, MD, MPH, and Laura Loertscher, MD, Chair
and Co-Chair, Clinical Practice Innovations, SGIM 36th Annual Meeting
1. Letting patients decide: a novel strategy for increasing use of patient
decision aids in primary care
Leigh H. Simmons; Karen R. Sepucha; Lauren Leavitt
2. Multidisciplinary longitudinal approach toward patients with high
admission rates
Anunta Virapongse; June Ree; Wendy Daisley; Erin Sullivan; Caridad
Aguirre-Pellicer; Michael Greenblatt; Diane Ackroyd; Nicole Lapinel;
Kathleen Kane; Miriam Raport; Mary McGinn
3. A population management system for improving colorectal screening
rates in a primary care setting
Charlotte A. Wu; Amara L. Mulder; Manuela V. Costa; Adrian Zai; Lori
Tishler; John R. Saltzman; Asaf Bitton; Andrew L. Ellner
4. Providing timely, low-cost, access to specialty care in a fee-for-service
setting: Implementation of an eConsult system
Nathaniel Gleason; Jennifer J. Monacelli; Chanda Ho; Michael Wang;
Don Collado; Ralph Gonzales
5. Establishing Attending Physician Safety and Quality Metrics: Selection and Piloting of National Performance Measures for Individual
Hospitalists
Henry J. Michtalik; Peter J. Pronovost; Redonda G. Miller; Jill A.
Marsteller; Joanne E. Spetz; Daniel Brotman; Daniel E. Ford
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Thursday
4. “Who’s on First?” in the Chaos of Shared Decision Making: A Study
of Doctor, Patient, and Objective Ratings of Shared Decision Making
Using Directly Observed Encounters
Patrick G. O’Malley; Dorothy Becher; Gretchen Rickards; Janice L.
Hanson; Jeffrey L. Jackson
Thursday
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 2 | 5:30 – 7:00 pm
Grand Ballroom, Tower Building 2nd Level
9. Patient Self-Report of Colorectal Cancer Screening Discussions
with Primary Care Physicians: What Screening Options are Being
Discussed and What Options Are Being Missed?
Vanessa Ramirez-Zohfeld; Alfred W. Rademaker; Nancy C. Dolan; M.
Rosario Ferreira; William L. Galanter; Jonathan M. Radosta; Dachao
Liu; Milton “Mickey” Eder; Francisco Acosta; Kenzie A. Cameron
10. Impact of Hypothetical Genetic Breast Cancer Risk Information on
Behavioral Intentions
Monica Ferguson; E. P. Wileyto; Carrie Inge; Marilyn M. Schapira
11. Implementing a Tracking and Feedback Registry Innovation to
Improve Coordination of Adjuvant Therapies in Breast Cancer
Nina A. Bickell; Rebeca Franco; Allie Moss; Zoe Lawrence; Ann S.
McAlearney
Poster Session Organization
Posters 1-14
Cancer Research
Posters 15-22
Clinical Decision-Making and Economic
Analyses
Posters 23-32
Clinical Epidemiology/Healthcare
Effectiveness Research
Posters 33-35
Global Health/Preparedness
Posters 34-59
Health Disparities/Vulnerable Populations
Posters 60-67
Health Policy/Advocacy/Social Justice
Posters 68-81
Hospital-based Medicine
Posters 82-96
Medical Education Scholarship and
Professional Development
Posters 97-103
Mental Health and/ Substance Abuse
Posters 104-115
Organization of Care and Chronic Disease
Management
Posters 116-119
Preventive Medicine
Posters 120-122
Qualitative Research
Posters 123-145
Quality of Care/Patient Safety
1. 2. The role of phlebotomy in improving the patient experience of care
Neil N. Shah; Carol T. DiMeo; Herve Jean-Baptiste; Rebecca Osgood;
Nicolas Nguyen; David Elvin
Was a decision made? An assessment of discordance among patients
and physicians in a medical oncology encounter.
Aaron L. Leppin; Katherine M. James; Cara A. Fernandez; Ashok
Kumbamu; Kathleen J. Yost; Victor M. Montori; Jon C. Tilburt
3. Deficient Cancer Screening Discussions: Results from a National
Survey
Richard Hoffman; Joann G. Elmore; Kathleen Fairfield; Bethany
Gerstein; Michael Pignone; Carrie A. Levin
4. Poorly Informed Decision Making for Cancer Screening: Results
from a National Survey
Richard Hoffman; Joann G. Elmore; Kathleen Fairfield; Bethany
Gerstein; Michael Pignone; Carrie A. Levin
5. Promoting Colorectal Cancer Screening among Urban American
Indian and Alaska Native Elders: Identifying and Addressing Cultural
Issues, Knowledge and Beliefs Related to Colorectal Cancer and
Screening
Shin-Ping Tu; Deborah Bassett; Emily R. Van Dyke
6. 7. 8. Disparities In Surgery For Early Stage Lung Cancer: Do
Comorbidities Affect Surgical Survival Differently?
Samuel Cykert; Lloyd Edwards; Paul Walker; Franklin McGuire; Peggye
Dilworth-Anderson
Vitamin D and Racial Differences in Prostate Cancer Incidence and
Mortality
Glen Taksler; David M. Cutler; Edward Giovannucci; Matthew R.
Smith; Nancy L. Keating
Bosnian, Iraqi, and Somali refugee women speak: A comparative
study of refugee health beliefs on preventive health and breast cancer
screening
Sanja Percac-Lima; Barbara Bond; Altaf Saadi
12. Self-referral to cancer specialists and quality of care
Craig Pollack; Afshin Rastegar; Nancy L. Keating; John Adams; Maria
Pisu; Katherine L. Kahn
13. Knowledge is Power: Pilot Testing a Brochure to Improve the
Communication of Mammogram Results to Urban Black Women
Erin N. Marcus; Tulay Koru-Sengul; Feng Miao; Ada P. Romilly; Olveen
Carrasquillo
14. Breast Cancer Patients’ Beliefs and Adherence to Hormonal Therapy
Jenny J. Lin; Jennifer Chuang; Liliana Serrano; Nina A. Bickell; Juan P.
Wisnivesky
15. Shared Decision Making Education to Implement Practice Change:
Impact on Patients’ Satisfaction with Physician Communication and
Confidence in Decision
Ade B. Olomu; Venu Gourineni; Steven Pierce; Margaret Holmes Rovner
16. Medical decision-making preference in Vietnamese inpatients
versus English-speaking, non-Vietnamese inpatients
Dan-Vinh Nguyen; Cheryl Ho; Ahmad Kamal; Sara Doorley
17. Clinical decision-making after portable chest x-rays with
‘retrocardiac infiltrate’ in adult inpatients
Samuel E. Cohen; Calie Santana
18. The relationship between physician uncertainty and CRC screening
recommendations in elderly patients
Carmen L. Lewis
19. Atherosclerotic Renal Artery Stenosis (ARAS): Who Should Be
Screened and by Whom?
Ralph DeBiasi; Srinath Adusumalli; Robert Schainfeld; Michael R. Jaff
20. Primary Care Internal Medicine Workload Outside The Clinic
Encounter: A Volume/Time Study
Lori A. Brown; Neil J. Farber; Jessica J. Chen; John Fontanesi
21. Development of an instrument to measure the quality of treatment
decisions for asymptomatic carotid artery disease
Ethan Halm; Jasmin Tiro; Colin Nelson; Kim Batchelor; Lei Xuan;
Carol Cosenza; Karen R. Sepucha
22. Cost Savings Attributable To A Continuous Monitoring System In A
Medical-Surgical Unit
Sarah P. Slight; Calvin Franz; Michael Olugbile; Harvey V. Brown; David
W. Bates; Eyal Zimlichman
23. Glucagon-Like Peptide-1-Based Therapies and Risk of
Hospitalization for Acute Pancreatitis in Type 2 Diabetes: Population
Based Matched Case-Control Study
Sonal Singh; Hsien-Yen Chang; Thomas M. Richards; Jonathan Weiner;
Jeanne M. Clark; Jodi B. Segal
24. Antibiotic Prescribing for Adults with Acute Bronchitis in the United
States, 1997-2010
Michael L. Barnett; Jeffrey A. Linder
25. Antibiotic Prescribing for Adults with Sore Throat in the United
States, 1997-2010
Michael L. Barnett; Jeffrey A. Linder
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26. The Effect of Language Congruency on the Out-Of-Hospital (OOH)
Management of Chest Pain
Madeline Sterling; Sandra Echeverria; Mark Merlin
27. Patient Perceptions about Antibiotic Treatment for Acute Cough: A
Qualitative Study
Patrick P. Dempsey; Alexandra C. Businger; Lauren E. Whaley; Jeffrey
A. Linder
41. Community Partnered Participatory Research (CPPR) as an Effective
Method for Developing New Paradigms for the Recruitment and
Retention of Underrepresented Populations in Medical Research.
Ibrahima Sankare; Rachelle Bross; Arleen Brown; Keyonna M. King;
Loretta Jones; D’Ann Morris; Keith C. Norris; Felica U. Jones; Aziza
L. Wright; Sigrid K. Madrigal; Dennishia Banner; Roberto Vargas; Nell
Forge; Lujia Zhang; Katherine L. Kahn
28. Identifying medication discrepancies through linked administrative
pharmacy claims
Dominique Comer; Joseph Couto; Ruth T. Aguiar; Edward Ratledge;
Daniel J. Elliott
42. Predictors of cross-cultural care preparedness among physicians and
nurses in Lausanne, Switzerland
Alejandra Casillas; Sophie Paroz; Alexander Green; Hans Wolff; Patrick
Bodenmann
29. Understanding time spent above and below the target range among
patients receiving warfarin
Zayd A. Razouki; Adam Rose
43. A Strategy to Engage Community Based Organizations in Building
Research Capacity
Crispin N. Goytia; Barbara Brenner; Peggy M. Shepard; Lea RiveraTodaro; Carol Horowitz
31. 44. Needle and syringe exchange programs: acceptability and safety of
retractable syringes for IV drug users in the largest pre-trial prison in
Switzerland
Hans Wolff; Javier Barro; Alejandra Casillas; Thierry Favrod-Coune;
Anne Francois; Jean-Pierre Rieder; Mariem Baroudi; Laurent Gétaz;
Barbara Broers
45. Challenges to controlling hypertension in minority men of low
socioeconomic status.
Stewart B. Reed; Jose J. Escarce; Suzanne B. Shu; Craig R. Fox; Noah J.
Goldstein; Ronald G. Victor; Estivali Villa; Rocio Castaneda; Chi-Hong
Tseng; Martin F. Shapiro
Cancer Type Predicts Outcomes of Warfarin Therapy
Daniel B. Ambrus; Joel Reisman; Adam Rose
32. Partner Notification Practices among HIV-Infected Men
E. J. Edelman; Kirsha S. Gordon; Matthew Hogben; Stephen Crystal;
Kendall Bryant; Amy C. Justice; David A. Fiellin
46. The Design of the HCNI, a Community Partnered Approach to CVD
Risk Factor Reduction in South Los Angeles.
Arleen Brown; D’Ann M. Morris; Katherine L. Kahn; Roberto Vargas;
Aziza L. Wright; Felica U. Jones; Nell Forge; Keith C. Norris; Astrea
Flowers; Ibrahima Sankare; Keyonna M. King; Lujia Zhang; Sigrid K.
Madrigal; Dennishia Banner; Rachelle Bross; Orwilda L. Pitts; Loretta
Jones
33. National Trends in the Management of Back and Neck Pain
John N. Mafi; Ellen P. McCarthy; Roger B. Davis; Bruce E. Landon
34. Duration of use of extended-release (ER) oxycodone, ER morphine,
and celecoxib among adults with cancer and non-cancer pain
Angela DeVeaugh-Geiss; Aditi Kadakia; Howard D. Chilcoat; Paul
Coplan
47. Patients’ Understanding of Cardiovascular Disease Risk Messages
Tiffany Brown; Namratha R. Kandula; Muriel Jean-Jacques; Ingrid N.
Guzman; Stephen D. Persell
35. Sexual and reproductive health awareness among female high school
students in India.
Chiti Parikh; Erica Phillips; Nicole Sirotin
48. Perceived Discrimination among Patients with Sickle Cell Disease:
Association with Clinical Outcomes
Mary Catherine Beach; Carlton Haywood; Sophie Lanzkron; Gladys
Onojobi; Shawn M. Bediako; Charles Jonassaint; Marie Diener-West;
Jennifer Haythornthwaite
36. Smoking Behavior and Use of Tobacco Industry Sponsored Websites
among Medical Students and Recent Graduates In Argentina
Raul Mejia; Maria Victoria Salgado; Celia P. Kaplan; Eliseo J. PerezStable
37. Effectiveness Of An Intervention To Teach Physicians In A MiddleIncome Country How To Help Their Patients Quit Smoking.
Raul Mejia; Celia P. Kaplan; M. Alderete; L. Peña; Steve Gregorich; V.
Schoj; Ethel Alderete; Eliseo J. Perez-Stable
49. Incarceration is associated with worse health outcomes and
antiretroviral adherence among HIV-infected patients
Emily A. Wang; Kathleen A. McGinnis; Kathleen M. Akgün; Jennifer
Edelman; Amy C. Justice; David Rimland; Karen Wang; David A. Fiellin
38. Sex, Race, and Consideration of Weight Loss Surgery by Obese
Primary Care Patients
Christina C. Wee; Karen W. Huskey; Dragana Bolcic-Jankovic; Mary
Ellen Colten; Roger B. Davis; Mary Beth Hamel
50. High Rates of Diabetes in Asian Subgroups: A Case for Use of the
Asian BMI Categories
Jane Jih; Alka M. Kanaya; Tung T. Nguyen
39. Health Status, Health Care Utilization, and Legal Incidents Following
Traumatic Brain Injury in Homeless and Vulnerably Housed Adults
in Three Canadian Cities
Matthew To; Kristen O’Brien; Anita Palepu; Anita M. Hubley; Susan
Farrell; Tim Aubry; Evie Gogosis; Wendy Muckle; Stephen Hwang
40. Racial disparities in the use of catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation
and flutter
Leonardo Tamariz; Alexis P. Rodriguez; Robert Myerburg; Hua Li; Ana
M. Palacio
51. Frequent Users of the Emergency Department in a Country with
Universal Health Coverage: A Prospective Controlled CrossSectional Study
Patrick Bodenmann; Fabrice Althaus; Stephanie Stucki; Corine
Ansermet; Sophie Guyot; Katia Iglesias; Sophie Paroz; Lionel Trueb;
Olivier Hugli; Jean-Bernard Daeppen
52. “I’m not sweating my hair out”: Overcoming Physical Activity
Barriers in African American women
Amy G. Huebschmann; Lucille C. Johnson; Andrea L. Dunn
53. Reasons for High Stress Levels in an Inner City Outpatient
Population
Kimberley Lee; Madhav Goyal
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30. The Symptoms of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, GERD, Are
Correlated with Body Mass Index, AST/ALT Ratio and Insulin
Resistance in Patients With Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease In
Japan
Motoshi Fujiwara; Yuichiro Eguchi; Hidetoshi Aihara; Naoko E.
Furukawa; Hitoshi Eguchi; Masaki Tago; Motosuke Tomonaga;
Tsuneaki Yoshioka; Masaki Hyakutake; Yuta Sakanishi; Itaru Kyoraku;
Takashi Sugioka; Kazuma Fujimoto; Shu-ichi Yamashita
Thursday
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 2 | 5:30 – 7:00 pm
54. Limited Health Literacy is Common in Former Prison Inmates
Mim Ari; Joel Hirsh; Brenda Beaty; Ingrid A. Binswanger
55. Relationship between Self-Assessed and Tested Non-English
Language Proficiency among Primary Care Providers
Lisa C. Diamond; Sukyung Chung; Warren Ferguson; Elizabeth A.
Jacobs; Francesca Gany
56. Low Educational Attainment is Associated with Greater Time Out of
Glycemic Control and Increased Kidney Disease in Diabetes Patients:
A Longitudinal Analysis
Seth A. Berkowitz; Wei He; Yuchiao Chang; Steven J. Atlas; James
Meigs; Deborah J. Wexler
57. Reach of an Effective, Nationally-Available, Low-Cost, Peer-Led,
Nonprofit Weight Loss Program in Medically Underserved Areas
Nia S. Mitchell; Ariann F. Nassel
58. A Valid Measure of Health-related Trust for Use in Diverse
Populations
Rebecca J. Schwei; Paul Rathouz; Seung W. Choi; Elizabeth A. Jacobs
59. Eligibility and recruitment rates by venue type for two communitybased randomized control trials for older Black men: Implications for
health disparities research
Jordan Plumhoff
60. Rural Minority Willingness to Participate in HIV Clinical Trials
Malika Roman Isler; Lloyd Edwards; Alison Halpern; Margaret Miles;
Giselle Corbie-Smith
61. 63. National Survey of Physicians’ Cost Consciousness
Susan D. Goold; Katherine M. James; Matthew Wynia; Bjorg
Thorsteinsdottir; Robert Sheeler; Jason Egginton; Mark Liebow; Jon C.
Tilburt
64. Physician Views of Cost-containment Strategies
Susan D. Goold; Jon C. Tilburt; Matthew Wynia; Katherine M. James;
Robert Sheeler; Jason Egginton; Mark Liebow; Bjorg Thorsteinsdottir;
Marion Danis
65. Predictors of U.S. Physician Reactions to the Affordable Care Act
Jon C. Tilburt; Ryan M. Antiel; Katherine M. James; Jason Egginton;
Robert Sheeler; Mark Liebow; Susan D. Goold
66. Neighborhood Disadvantage and Disorder and Adolescent Weight
Change Over Time
Adebowale Odulana; Asheley C. Skinner; Crystal W. Cene; Tamera
Coyne-Beasely; Andrew J. Perrin; Giselle Corbie-Smith; Eliana M.
Perrin
Latino Population Change and Uncompensated Care in California
Hospitals, 2000-2010
Matthew O’Brien; Jie Chen; Jeremy Mennis; Victor Alos; David Grande;
Alex Ortega
68. A Census of State-Based Consumer Health Care Price Websites
Jeffrey T. Kullgren; Katia A. Duey; Rachel M. Werner
69. Impact of Massachusetts Health Care Reform on Insurance Coverage,
Access to and Receipt of Care and Health Status among Patients with
Cardiovascular Disease or Risk Factors
Danny McCormick; Amresh D. Hanchate; Karen E. Lasser; Mengyun
Lin; Meredith D’Amore; Nancy R. Kressin
70. Specialists’ attitudes in Japan towards the hospitalist model of care
Gautam A. Deshpande; Sachiko Ohde; Osamu Takahashi; Tsuguya Fukui
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Hospitalist Physician Workload: Does it Matter?
Daniel J. Elliott; Paul Kolm; Robert Young; Ruth T. Aguiar; Joanne C.
Brice
72. Comparing the Time Required to Complete Risk Assessment Models
for Venous Thromboembolism
Kassem Bourgi; Matthew George; Rami Abboud; Sana Ali; David Paje;
Scott Kaatz
73. Chronic opioid therapy in hospitalized patients: common but not
immutable
Hilary Mosher; Lan Jiang; Mary Vaughan Sarrazin
74. Patient and regimen characteristics predict medication errors after
hospital discharge
Amanda Salanitro; Amy P. Myers; Courtney Cawthon; Cardella L.
Leak; Julia M. Jacobsen; Joanna S. Lee; Samuel K. Nwosu; Jonathan S.
Schildcrout; John F. Schnelle; Ted Speroff; Sunil Kripalani
75. Timing of Post-Discharge Venous Thromboembolic Events and Effect
of Prophylaxis in Hospitalized Medicine Patients
Paul Grant; M. Todd Greene; Steven J. Bernstein; Julie N. Wietzke;
Kristen Cowan; Elizabeth McLaughlin; Scott Kaatz; David Paje; Bobby
Lee; James Barron; Scott Flanders
76. Evaluation of AHA Recommendations for Cardiac Monitoring in a
Noncritical Setting
Matthew T. Cerasale; Carlos Calle; David Paje
77. Factors Affecting the Health Literacy of Hispanic Adults Living in the
US
Rosette Chakkalakal; Lee Sanders; Shonna Yin; Eliana M. Perrin;
Russell L. Rothman
62. Unstable Housing as a Risk Factor for Poor Diabetes and
Hypertension Control
Michael S. Wolf; Elizabeth A. Bojarski; Laura Curtis; Stacy Bailey; Hilary
K. Seligman
67. 71. A multi-institution retrospective study on causative diseases and
diagnostic methods for fevers of unknown origin in Japan: A project of
the Japanese Society of General Hospital Medicine
Toshio Naito; Fujiko Mitsumoto; Hiroyuki Morita; Masafumi Mizooka;
Shiro Oono; Akira Ukimura; Keito Torikai; Kenji Kanazawa; Masashi
Yamanouchi; Susumu Tazuma; Jun Hayashi
78. HIT Happens: The Inpatient Dilemma of Heparin Induced
Thrombocytopenia
Pooja Kumar; Surekha Maddula; Robert E. Graham
79. Treatment with Dalteparin is Associated with Lower Risk of Bleeding
Compared to Treatment with Unfractionated Heparin, in Patients
with Chronic Kidney Disease.
Doyun Park; Margarita Kushnir; Manuela Calvo; Clemencia Solorzano;
Mark Sinnet; Henny H. Billett; William Southern
80. Identification Of High-Needs Patients During Care Hand-offs
Joshua T. Hanson; Joanna Linsteadt; Luci Leykum
81. Do Physicians and Patients Discuss the Hospital Plan of Care?
Zackary Berger; Sosena Kebede; Mary Catherine Beach
82. The Effect of Attending Discontinuity on Quality of Care at a
University-based Internal Medicine Program
Charlie M. Wray; Adarsh Sai; Waheed Baqai; David H. Kim; Lawrence Loo
83. Rheumatoid Arthritis is Associated with Disturbed Macrovascular
but not MIcrovascular Function
Ra’ad Tashman; Ivy Ku; Peter Ganz; Priscilla Hsue; John Imboden; Carl
Grunfeld; Jonathan Graf
84. Off-Label Use of Ondansetron in Hospitalized Medical Patients:
Prevalence, Patterns and Predictors
Sarah Hartley; Latoya Kuhn; Staci Valley; Nabil Fallouh; Kathleen
Dussan; Stephanie Judd; Susan L. Murphy; Sanjay Saint; Vineet Chopra
85. The association of prior cultural competence training and perceptions
of the departmental environment with self-reported cross-cultural
behaviors in practice
Rebeca Rios; Tanjala S. Purnell; Jessie K. Kimbrough-Sugick; Letitia
Wright; Stephen Sisson; Brian K. Gibbs; Leonard S. Feldman; Rosalyn
W. Stewart; Lisa A. Cooper
86. Standard Work-Hour Reporting Inaccurately Reflects Actual Hours
Worked During 16-Hour Long Call Shifts
Jed Gonzalo; Julius J. Yang; Long Ngo; Alicia Clark; Eileen E. Reynolds;
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87. Teaching discharge planning to sub-interns: a trial studying the effect
of multi-disciplinary rounds
Ankur Segon; Julie L. Mitchell; Michael Frank; Martin Muntz; Jaren G.
Thomas; Kerrie Quirk
103. The Role of Social Support in Drug and Alcohol Use among Former
Prison Inmates
Susan L. Calcaterra; Ingrid A. Binswanger; Brenda Beaty
104. Medical and legal consequences of ongoing drug use among young
injection drug users infected with hepatitis C virus
Joshua A. Barocas; Shawnika J. Hull; James M. Sosman; Ajay Sethi;
John J. Fangman; Ryan Westergaard
88. Withdrawn By Author
89. Resident Attitudes, Knowledge and Behaviors Regarding an
Electronic Incident Reporting System
Jessica A. Eng; Jonathan Hatoun; Constance Liu; Laura Blum-Smith;
Sandra Shea; Winnie Suen
105. Smoking-attributable mortality among homeless adults in Boston
Travis P. Baggett; Nancy A. Rigotti
90. Student-Run Clinics as Medical Student Scholarly Homes for General
Internal Medicine
Scott A. Elman; Linda Wang; Alexandra E. Bachorik; Laura A. Huppert;
Nandini C. Palaniappa; Noa Simchoni; Matthew A. Spinelli; David C.
Thomas; Rebecca Berman; Yasmin S. Meah
106. Achieving communication between primary care and mental health:
why is it so difficult, even in the VA? A quality improvement approach.
Evelyn Chang; Kenneth B. Wells; Alexander S. Young; Susan E.
Stockdale; Jacqueline Fickel; Megan Johnson; Kevin Jou; Lisa V.
Rubenstein
91. 107. Improvement of Depression Symptoms with Vilazodone Treatment:
MADRS Single Item Shift Analyses
Larry Culpepper; Anjana Bose; Maju Mathews; John Edwards
New graduate medical education teaching strategies in a postACGME work-hour mandated environment.
Christa Nevin; Donald M. Dempsey; Martin Rodriguez; Andrea
Cherrington; Mukesh Patel; Niveditha Thota; Erin Snyder; Angelo L.
Gaffo; Joseph Barney; Matthew Wyatt; Brita Roy; David Daly; James H.
Willig
92. Promoting Learner-centered Education in Morning Reports
Leah Tudtud-Hans; Sam Baz; Lawrence Loo
109. Role of the primary care provider (PCP) in the care of patients with
low risk prostate cancer: a qualitative study
Zackary Berger; H. B. Carter; Craig E. Pollack
93. A national study of internists’ point of care learning
Michael Green; Siddharta Reddy; Eric Holmboe
110. Hospital Readmissions among Indigent HIV-infected Patients: a
Movement toward Medical Home Model Interventions
Reshma Gupta; Shireesha Dhanireddy
94. Linking Skills Assessment with Patient Outcomes: A Systematic
Review and Meta-Analysis
David A. Cook; Ryan Brydges; Benjamin Zendejas; Rose Hatala
111. Survey findings on medical home implementation and team
functioning in VHA primary care
Emily D. Dolan; Christian Helfrich; Karin M. Nelson; Gordon
Schectman; Richard Stark; Stephan D. Fihn
95. Patient Safety and Interprofessional Collaboration Assessment: A
Distinct Skills Set for Medical Students
Jennifer Adams; Marc Triola; Maja Djukic; Linda Tewksbury; Sabrina
W. Lee; Sondra Zabar; Kathleen Hanley; Colleen Gillespie
112. The relationship between PCP panel size and continuity of VA
primary care
David A. Katz; Kimberly McCoy; Mary Vaugha Sarrazin
96. Assessing Student Needs for Leadership Skills Training in Medical
School
April S. Fitzgerald; Redonda G. Miller; David M. Levine; Mary Catherine
Beach; Bimal Ashar
97. Thursday
108. Subthreshold PTSD in Military Service Members Returning from
Iraq and Afghanistan
Michael Roy; Michelle Costanzo; Patricia Taylor; Suzanne Leaman
113. Diabetes Control: Is Travel Time to Primary Care Provider Associated
with Changes in Hemoglobin A1c? A Preliminary Geospatial Analysis.
Andrew P. Wilper; Rick Tivis
Physicians Caring for Physicians - A Quantitative Survey
J. H. Isaacson; Kathryn Teng; Sarah Schramm; Sam Butler; Michael
Felver; Craig Nielsen; Carmen Paradis; Michael B. Rothberg
114. The impact of an HIV adherence informatics intervention on patientprovider communication about ART adherence
Barbara G. Bokhour; Jeffrey Solomon; Michael B. Laws; Allen L. Gifford;
Matthew B. Goetz
98. Do Letters of Recommendation Predict Success in Medical School?
Elexis McBee; Gretchen Rickards; Nathalie Paolino; Charles D. Magee;
Kent DeZee
115. The Association of Health Literacy with Illness and Medication
Beliefs Among Older Adults with Asthma
Alex Federman; Michael S. Wolf; Anastasia Sofianou; Melissa
Martynenko; Ethan Halm; Howard Leventhal; Juan P. Wisnivesky
99. See One, Do More than One, and Actually Learn Something in
the Process! The Effectiveness of a Randomized Musculoskeletal
Curriculum in the Teaching and Retention of Knowledge and Skills
Cindy Sadikot; Sharon Leung; Darlene LeFrancois
116. A Randomized Trial of Two Approaches to Training Veterans
Affairs (VA) Medical Home Healthcare Providers on Motivational
Interviewing for Tobacco Cessation
Steven Fu; Craig Roth; Catherine Battaglia; David Nelson; Melissa
Farmer; Tam Do; Michael Goldstein; Rahul Kavathekar; Rachel
Widome; Hildi Hagedorne; Alan Zillich
100. Improving resident understanding of the health literacy of the
community through the Lay Health Educator Program
Panagis Galiatsatos; Rebeca Rios; William D. Hale; Jessica Colburn;
Colleen Christmas
101. Are physician and nurse practitioner trainees building an
interprofessional micro-culture? A qualitative analysis of
professional and group identity development at the Veterans Health
Administration Connecticut Healthcare System Center of Excellence
in Primary Care Education (CoEPCE)
Emily M. Meyer; Rebecca Brienza
117. Managing your Medication for Education and Daily Support: The
value of a clinical pharmacist in primary care practices to improve
diabetes care
Ekaterina Vaisberg; Gerardo Moreno; Chi-Hong Tseng; Douglas Bell;
Robin Clarke; Shirley Wong; Jeffery Y. Fu; Carol Mangione
102. Burden of Mental Illness among VA Primary Care Patients
Ranak Trivedi; Dan Kivlahan; John McCarthy; Edward P. Post; Andrew
J. Saxon; Andrew Pomerantz; Haili Sun; John D. Piette; Stephan D. Fihn;
Karin M. Nelson
118. Primary Care Physician-defined Complexity and Outpatient
Charlson Score as Predictors of Health Care Utilization
Clemens S. Hong; Richard W. Grant; Yuchiao Chang; Jeffrey M.
Ashburner; Wei He; Timothy Ferris; Steven J. Atlas
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119. Withdrawn by Author
120. Preparing practices to be Patient-Centered Medical Homes: Patient
interest in self-management support programs
Christopher Sciamanna; Vijay A. Patel; Jennifer Kraschnewski; Dino A.
Messina; Heather Stuckey; William J. Curry; Cynthia H. Chuang; Lisa
L. Sherwood; Stacy L. Hess
135. Virtual Medication Reconciliation: A pilot study of interactive
medication reconciliation by secure messaging
Leonie Heyworth; Allison M. Paquin; Justice Clark; Victor J. Orlov;
Max D. Stewart; Tracey L. Martin; Steven R. Simon
136. Withdrawn By Author
121. Technology-assisted weight loss interventions in primary care: A
systematic review
David M. Levine; Joseph Nicholson; Melanie Jay
137. Hablamos Juntos (Together We Speak): A Brief Patient-Reported
Measure of the Quality of Interpreters
Efrain Talamantes; Gerardo Moreno; Lourdes R. Guerrero; Carol
Mangione; Leo Morales
122. Association between weight loss and the patient-provider
relationship in the POWER weight loss trial
Wendy L. Bennett; Yi-ting Chang; Kimberly Gudzune; Nae-Yuh Wang;
Arlene Dalcin; Sara N. Bleich; Lawrence J. Appel; Jeanne M. Clark
138. Adherence to Prescription Opioid Monitoring Guidelines among
Residents and Attending Physicians in the Primary Care Setting
Laila Khalid; Jane M. Liebschutz; Christopher W. Shanahan; Shernaz
Dossabhoy; Yoona R. Kim; Karen E. Lasser
123. Impact of a family history collection tool, MeTree©, in identifying
individuals at high-risk for cancer and thrombosis.
Rebekah R. Wu; Tiffany Himmel; Adam Buchanan; Karen Powell;
Elizabeth Hauser; Astrid B. Agbaje; Geoffrey S. Ginsburg; Vincent
Henrich; Lori A. Orlando
139. The Association Between Patient Experience of Care and Subsequent
Cancer Prevention and Chronic Disease Outcomes
Charlotte E. Ward; Jeffrey M. Ashburner; Wei He; Steven J. Atlas
124. The Optimal Interval of Diabetes Mellitus Screening in Healthy
Adults: A Competing Risk Analysis
Osamu Takahashi; Gautam A. Deshpande; Sachiko Ohde; Tsuguya
Fukui
125. Participating in Diabetes (Care): The Art of Accompaniment,
Enactment of Illness, and Cross-Cultural Care
Arlene M. Katz; Victoria Koski-Karell; Marie-Louise Jean-Baptiste;
Kermshlise C. Picard
126. Patient Experiences with Lifestyle Counseling in an Online Lifestyle
Support System
John J. Rief
127. Challenging the assumption that teamwork always promotes safety:
A study of teamwork in an Emergency Department.
Deborah Hutchinson; Katherine M. McKinney
128. What is taught, what is caught: Analysis of messages delivered and
received during teaching rounds with an emphasis on patient safety
messages
Diane L. Levine; Srinivasa Reddy Kamatam; Prateek Lohia; Nagaratna
Sarvadevabatla; Mohan B. Palla
129. Keeping Patients Safe: Patient Safety Results after Two Years of an
Enhanced Clinic Handoff
Megan Prochaska; Marcus Dahlstrom; Wei Wei Lee; Kimberly Beiting;
Shana Ratner; Julie L. Oyler; Lisa M. Vinci; Vineet Arora; Amber
Pincavage
130. Intensity of Opioid Analgesic Prescribing and Urgent Care Services:
A National Cohort Study
Barbara J. Turner; Yuanyuan Liang; Christopher L. Louden; Benjamin
R. Ehler; KoKo Aung
131. What an EMR reveals about work hours for primary care providers
Maura J. McGuire; Gene E. Green; Steven J. Kravet
132. Association between the Patient-Centered Medical Home and
Quality of Care
Lisa M. Kern; Alison M. Edwards; Rina V. Dhopeshwarkar; Rainu
Kaushal
133. The Association of Electronic Health Record Meaningful Use with
Chronic Disease Quality Measures
Lipika Samal; Adam Wright; Jeffrey A. Linder; David W. Bates
140. Adequacy and Correction of Medical Record Documentation in
Patients with a Prior Admission for ACE-inhibitor Angioedema in an
Urban Academic Medical Center: A Patient Safety Intervention
Andrew M. Davis; Eric R. Yoo; Cheryl Nocon; Jacquelynne P. Corey
141. Withdrawn by Author
142. Assessing Quality of Care to Adolescents Using Standardized
Patients in Real Clinic Settings
Kathleen Hanley; Angela Burgess; Shoshanna Handel; Elet Howe;
Richard Zapata; Colleen Gillespie; Jean-Marie Bruzzese; David
Stevens; Sondra Zabar
143. Using Electronic Health Record Clinical Decision Support Improves
Quality of Care
Rebecca G. Mishuris; David W. Bates; Asaf Bitton
144. Primary Care Claims Experience of Massachusetts Malpractice
Insurers: Lessons for Improving Safety and Reducing Risk
Gordon D. Schiff; Ann Louise Puopolo; Anne Huben-Kearney;
Carol Keohane; Peggy McDonough; Ellis R. Bonnie; David W. Bates;
Madeleine Biondolillo
145. Sign-outs: Quality Differences Between Primary and Covering
Residents
Kevin D. Hauck; Lauren Shapiro
146. Variation in Diagnostic Coding of Patients with Pneumonia and its
Association with Hospital Risk-Standardized Mortality Rates
Michael B. Rothberg; Penelope S. Pekow; Aruna Priya; Peter K.
Lindenauer
147. Hand hygiene beliefs among physicians in a community hospital
Amrita John; Aurora Pop-Vicas
148. Diagnostic utility of CTA chest in “PE unlikely” patients.
Kasaiah Makam; Ashok Akula; Alan Greenberg
149. Implementation of an Educational Intervention and an Electronic
Decision Support Model with Computerized Order Entry to Reduce
Inappropriate Red Blood Cell Transfusions
Megha Rao; Jennifer Caceres; Andrew D. Timothy; Leslie Cotto;
Salvador R. Garcia
150. Note quality and quality of care: is there an association?
Samuel T. Edwards; Pamela M. Neri; Lynn A. Volk; Gordon D. Schiff;
David W. Bates
134. Risk-adjusting Hospital-acquired Pressure Ulcer Rates from Claims
Data: Teaching Hospitals Beware
Jennifer Meddings; Heidi Reichert; Laurence F. McMahon
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SGIM 36TH ANNUAL MEETING SCHEDULE for friday, April 26
Use this area to personalize and keep track of your daily schedule
friday, April 26
8:00 – 9:30
Early Morning/
before plenary
Scientific Abstract Poster
Session 3
Plenary Session 2
9:30 – 11:00
11:00 –11:30
Plenary Session
Malcolm Peterson Lecture:
Wayne J. Riley, MD, MPH,
MBA, MACP
Session C
Break
Lunchtime
Updates in Hospital Medicine
and Palliative Medicine
Session D
VA Session: Partnerships to
Enhance Women’s Health
Research
Concurrent
Session C
11:30 – 1:00
Session
Location
Abstract Poster
Session 3
Grand Ballroom
Tower Building, 2nd Level
Plenary Session 2
Awards Luncheon
Sections A, B, and C, Plaza
Ballroom, Concourse Level
Plaza Ballroom A, B, C
Friday Evening
Special Symposia in
Leadership Skills for
Academic GIM and
Comprehensive review of
USMLE
IME and CPI Poster Session
Other events:
Workshops
Clinical Vignette and
Infectious Disease Unknown
Vignette Session
Lipkin Award Finalist Session,
Abstract Sessions in Cancer
Research, Health Disparities
and Women’s Health
Awards Luncheon
1:00 – 3:00
Speaker: Catherine Reinis
Lucey, MD
Workshops
Vignette Poster Session 2
VA Session: Integrating Peer
Support into Chronic Disease
Management
Concurrent
Session D
3:00 – 4:30
Special Symposia: Partnering
Between Academic And
Community Institutions
& Preventing Burnout In
Primary Care
Lipkin Award Finalist Session,
Abstract Sessions in Medical
Education, Quality of Care/
Patient Safety and the 2013
SGIM/SMDM Joint Abstract
Session
Clinical VignDate Session:
The Woes of Eos
4:30 – 5:00
Afternoon Networking
5:00 – 6:00
Interest Group Meetings
5:00 pm –
Evening Networking
Opportunities
friday
Updates in HIV, Pain
Medicine and Geriatric
Medicine
Notes:
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SGIM friday Events
7:00 – 8:00 am
Ethics Committee Meeting
Plaza Court 3, Plaza Building, Concourse
7:00 - 8:30 am
Past Presidents’ Breakfast
Tower Court D, Tower Building 2nd Level
Women and Medicine Task Force
Plaza Court 5, Plaza Building, Concourse
VA Career Development Awardee Networking
Plaza Court 7, Plaza Building, Concourse
7:30 – 8:00 am
Up to Date Reviewers Meeting
Directors Row G, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
7:30 – 8:30 am
Quality-Patient Safety Subcommittee Meeting
Plaza Court 4, Plaza Building, Concourse
Membership Committee Meeting
Tower Court A, Tower Building, 2nd Level
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
JGIM Editors Meet and Greet
Directors Row G, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Awards Committee Meeting
Biltmore Room, Tower Building, Terrace Level
Clinical Practice Committee Meeting
Plaza Court 4, Plaza Building, Concourse
4:30-5:30 pm
Forum Associate Editors Meeting
Directors Row G, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Health Policy Committee Clinical Practice Subcommittee
Plaza Court 5, Plaza Building, Concourse
Academic Hospitalist Task Force
Plaza Court 3, Plaza Building, Concourse
5:00 – 6:00 pm
Southern Regional Planning Committee
Plaza Court 7, Plaza Building, Concourse
6:00 – 7:00 pm
Education Committee TEACH Subcommittee
Plaza Court 3, Plaza Building, Concourse
6:00 – 7:30 pm
EBM Task Force Meeting (by invitation only)
Plaza Court 6, Plaza Building, Concourse
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SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
friday
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 3 | 8:00 – 9:30 pm
Grand Ballroom, Tower Building 2nd Level
10. Aging, Chronic Health Conditions, and Sexual Function in Women
Ayesha A. Appa; Jennifer Creasman; Jeanette S. Brown; David Thom;
Stephen K. Van Den Eeden; Leslee L. Subak; Alison J. Huang
11. Missed Opportunities for Breast Cancer Prevention Among Primary
Care Providers
Jennifer Corbelli; Melissa McNeil
Poster Session Organization
Posters 1-13
Women’s Health
Posters 14-18
Clinical Decision-Making and Economic
Analyses
Posters 19-31
Clinical Epidemiology/Healthcare
Effectiveness Research
Posters 32-61
Health Disparities/Vulnerable Populations
Posters 62-71
Hospital-based Medicine
Posters 72-83
Medical Education Scholarship and
Professional Development
Posters 84-89
Medical Humanities and Ethics
Posters 90-97
Mental Health and/ Substance Abuse
Posters 98-121
Organization of Care and Chronic Disease
Management
Posters 122-127
Preventive Medicine
Posters 128-134
Qualitative Research
Posters 135-142
Quality of Care/Patient Safety
Predictors of postpartum primary care utilization for women with
medically complicated pregnancies: An analysis of medical claims
data
Wendy L. Bennett; Hsien-Yen Chang; David M. Levine; Lin Wang;
Donna Neale; Erika Werner; Jeanne M. Clark
2. Associations of material hardship with gestational weight gain and
post-partum weight retention
Audrey M. Provenzano; Sheryl M. Rifas-Shiman; Sharon J. Herring;
Janet Rich-Edwards; Matthew W. Gillman; Emily Oken
3. Treatment Seeking Characteristics of Women Participating in a Yoga
Intervention for PTSD.
Shivani M. Reddy; Alexandra M. Dick; Megan R. Gerber; Karen S.
Mitchell
4. Hormone Therapy Use in Women Veterans accessing VA care: A
National Cross-Sectional Study.
Megan R. Gerber; Suzanne Pineles; Sandra Japuntich; Bevanne BeanMayberry; Matthew King; Sally G. Haskell
5. Utilization and Sociodemographic Characteristics of Iraq and
Afghanistan Women Veterans Who Use and Do Not Use VHA
Primary Care
Susan M. Frayne; Andrea Finlay; Vidhya Balasubramanian; Fay
Saechao; Ciaran S. Phibbs; Patricia M. Hayes; Sally G. Haskell; Samina
Iqbal; Eric Berg
6. 7. 8. 9. 13. 14. Implementation of a protocol for ABG use increases the diagnostic
yield while reducing unnecessary tests
Jeffrey DellaVolpe; Chayan Chakraborti; Kenneth Cerreta; Lizheng Shi;
Nathan Nielsen
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD): Consistent Efficacy and
Safety of Flibanserin Treatment in Both Pre and Postmenopausal
Women
James A. Simon; Krista Barbour; James Symons
Women’s Experiences with Isotretinoin Risk Reduction Counseling
Carly Werner; Melissa Papic; Noel Prevost; Laura Ferris; E. Bimla
Schwarz
15. The impact of price transparency on medical decisions and practice:
a systematic review of the literature
Celine Goetz; Stephen R. Rotman; Helen-Ann B. Epstein; Tara F. Bishop
16. Impact of Oral HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis in Men Who Have Sex
With Men: A Decision Model that Incorporates Changes in Condom
Use and Sexually Transmitted Infections
Anders Chen; Geetanjali Chander; David W. Dowdy
17. The effectiveness and costs of two population-based cancer
screening programs: The value of PCP input
Douglas Levy; Vidit Munshi; Jeffrey M. Ashburner; Adrian Zai; Richard
W. Grant; Steven J. Atlas
18. To save money on prescription drugs, are patients willing to trade off
convenience, side effects, and efficacy?
Margaret Lowenstein; Carolyn C. Cannuscio; Madeleine P. Tardif;
David Grande
19. Patient activation by DTCA influences primary care physicians’
prescriptions of Celebrex for osteoarthritis
Michael Fischer; Jeffrey N. Katz; Lisa D. Marceau; Felicia L.
Trachtenberg; Jing Yu; John B. McKinlay
20. Comparative Effectiveness of Pharmacologic and Mechanical
Strategies for Prevention of VTE among Special Populations
Sonal Singh; Elliott R. Haut; Daniel Brotman; Ritu Sharma;
Yohalakshmi Chelladurai; Kenneth M. Shermock; Sosena Kebede; Kent
A. Stevens; Luis J. Garcia; Kalpana Prakasa; Hasan M. Shihab; Jodi B.
Segal
21. Relationship between increased Clostridium difficile rates, antibiotic
utilization, and a new C. difficile testing algorithm.
Daniel Caroff; Warren Bilker; David A. Pegues; Keith Hamilton
Reproductive Challenges Facing US Military Female Soldiers in a
War-Ready Culture
April S. Fitzgerald; Rita L. Duboyce; Barbara A. Cooper; Deborah Omori;
Joan B. Ritter; Patrick G. O’Malley
Differences in Cervical Cancer Knowledge among Minority Women
in Miami
Kumar Ilangovan; Tulay Koru-Sengul; Erin N. Kobetz-Kerman; Olveen
Carrasquillo
Pregnancy Intention and Ambivalence in Obese and Non-Obese
Women
Cynthia H. Chuang; Junjia Zhu; Kristen Kjerulff
22. Variations in 30-day hospital readmission rates across primary care
clinic specialties
Ning Tang; Judith H. Maselli; Ralph Gonzales
23. Acetaminophen Receipt Among HIV-Infected Patients with
Advanced Hepatic Fibrosis
E. J. Edelman; Kirsha S. Gordon; Vincent Lo Re; Melissa Skanderson;
David A. Fiellin; Amy C. Justice
24. Clinicians rarely make changes in treatment following monitoring
densitometry in women on therapy for low bone mineral density
Michelle Rappaport; Brandon Combs; Tanner Caverly; Trina C.
Mizrahi; Daniel Matlock
25. Warfarin Anticoagulation Therapy and Mortality Following
Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation in
Clinical Care: The ATRIA and ATRIA-CVRN cohorts
Jeffrey M. Ashburner; Alan S. Go; Kristi Reynolds; Yuchiao Chang;
Margaret Fang; Lisa Fredman; Daniel E. Singer
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1. 12. Behaviors of Pregnant Women who Achieve and Exceed
Recommended Gestational Weight Gain
Cynthia H. Chuang; Jennifer Kraschnewski; Michael Stengel; Sandra
Hwang; Diana Velott; Kristen Kjerulff
friday
Scientific Abstract Poster Session 3 | 8:00 – 9:30 pm
26. The Effectiveness of Mobile Electronic Devices in Weight Loss
among Overweight and Obese Populations: A Systematic Review and
Meta-Analysis
Bushra Khokhar; Jessica Jones; Paul Ronksley; Jeff Caird; Doreen Rabi
27. The Impact of Anti-Inflammatory Agents on CD4 Recovery in HIV
Infected Individuals. Is There A Clinical Difference?
Raji Shameem; Vanya Grover; Pooja Kumar; Ladan Ahmadi
28. Are Physician-Reported Barriers to Specialist Referral an Important
Predictor of Career Satisfaction Among Physicians Caring for Cancer
Patients?
Daniel Kwon; Diana Tisnado; John Adams; Afshin Rastegar; Carrie
Klabunde; Mark C. Hornbrook; Nancy L. Keating; Katherine L. Kahn
42. An Iterative, Community Feedback-Driven Approach to Household
Survey Design
Lujia Zhang; Dennishia Banner; Rachelle Bross; Nell Forge; Felica U.
Jones; Loretta Jones; Katherine L. Kahn; Roberto Vargas; Keyonna M.
King; Aziza L. Wright; Sigrid K. Madrigal; D’Ann M. Morris; Keith C.
Norris; Orwilda L. Pitts; Ibrahima Sankare; Arleen Brown
43. What have you done for me lately: An examination of patients’ trust
in physician over time
Howard S. Gordon; Marvella Ford; Oksana Pugach
44. Demographic and Clinical Characteristics of Veterans with a History
of Incarceration
Nicole Redmond; Mark S. Litaker; Michael Conner; Stefan Kertesz
29. Lipid Lowering Therapy and Risk of Pancreatitis: A Bayesian
Analysis to Distinguish Between the Clinical Importance and
Statistical Significance
KoKo Aung; Sonal Singh; George A. Diamond
45. The Border of Reproductive Control: Undocumented Immigration as
a Risk Factor for Unintended Pregnancy in Switzerland
Alejandra Casillas; Patrick Bodenmann; Manuella Epiney; Laurent
Gétaz; Olivier Irion; Hans Wolff
30. Symptom Duration and Severity following Acute Cough Visits in
Primary Care
Patrick P. Dempsey; Lauren E. Whaley; Alexandra C. Businger; Jeffrey
A. Linder
46. Multiple barriers associated with delays in care among women
with abnormal cancer screening in the Boston Patient Navigation
Research Program
Ambili Ramachandran; Karen Freund; Sharon Bak; Timothy Heeren;
Clara Chen; Azadeh Nasseh; Tracy A. Battaglia
31. The Role of Obesity and Diabetes in Persistent Neutrophilia
Margarita Kushnir; Hillel W. Cohen; Henny H. Billett
32. Effects of Perceived Health Discrimination among Older Adults
Stephanie E. Rogers; Angela D. Thrasher; Yinghui Miao; Alexander K.
Smith
47. Patient Navigation for Screening Mammography: A Resident Clinic
Quality Improvement Initiative
Swati Shroff; Molly McCoy; Mariuca Tuxbury; Bonnie Sherman;
Sharon Bak; Tracy Battaglia
33. No-Show to Primary Care Appointments: Why Patients Do Not
Come?
Emma R. Kaplan-Lewis; Patrick R. Cronin; Sanja Percac-Lima
48. Helpful vs. Harmful: Social networks and their association with
weight loss.
Ginger J. Winston; Erica Phillips; Mary Charlson
34. Can we identify subjects at risk of inappropriate antiplatelet
adherence after coronary stent placement?
Leonardo Tamariz; Ana M. Palacio; Hua Li; Olveen Carrasquillo
49. “They don’t understand it.” Perceived Ignorance as a Deterrent to
Disclosure of HIV Status in a Sample of Black Women in the South
Kara Leverette; Loida Bonney; Jennifer Grant; Judith C. Barker
35. The Relation Between Subjective Socioeconomic Status, Depression
and Self-Rated Health in a Population of African Americans,
Hispanics and Non-Hispanic Whites with Diabetes.
Jose A. Delgado; Elizabeth A. Jacobs; Nancy E. Adler; Keegan
Korthauer; Alicia Fernandez
50. “I’m going to kill HIV.” Perspectives of African American Women in
the Deep South on Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence.
Margaret R. DeMoss; Loida Bonney; Jennifer Grant; Judith Barker;
Robin Klein
36. The impact of professional interpretation on length of stay in an
observation unit.
Christopher Moreland; Letitica Z. Bresnahan; Wayne Fischer
37. Primary care provider awareness of the prevalence of beliefs about
generic medications among patients
Kristin Whitely; Susan J. Andreae; Monika Safford
38. Patients who feel safe to disclose LGBT related issues to their
healthcare providers are more motivated to take care of their own
health
Richard E. Greene; Benjamin Cox; Jonathan Gursky; Nicole Rosendale;
Benjamin Solomon; Jaclyn Fox; Colleen Gillespie
39. Patients in a Community Health Center Consider Patient Portals
Important but Face Barriers to Adoption
Mita S. Goel; Rachel O’Conor; Liliana Aguayo; Anne M. Boyd; David W.
Baker
40. Colorectal cancer screening in a vulnerable population: can providers
predict who is likely to complete fecal occult blood testing?
Matthew Chin; Dana Romalis; Sara Doorley; Angela Bymaster; Halley
Tsai; Ahmad Kamal; Cheryl Ho
41. Social Media Use and HIV risk behaviors in young men who have sex
with men of color in New York City: Implications for outreach and
prevention
Viraj V. Patel; Desmond Sutton; Melissa Stein
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51. Knowledge Gap: Lack of Awareness of the Cancer Risk Associated
with Obesity
Ginger J. Winston; Erica Phillips; Carla Boutin-Foster; Mary Charlson
52. Role of Patient-Physician Language Concordance in Preventive
Health Screenings in California
Jane Jih; Eric Vittinghoff; Alicia Fernandez
53. Understanding African-American Patients’ Refusal of Pneumococcal
Vaccination
Tiffany Brown; Francisco Acosta; Ariane M. Garrett; Ji Young Lee;
Stephen D. Persell; David W. Baker; Shira N. Goldman; Kenzie A.
Cameron
54. Is Satisfaction with Electronic Medical Records Associated with
Overall Job Satisfaction in Physicians?
Christine D. Jones; George M. Holmes; Sarah E. Lewis; Kristie
Thompson; Darren A. DeWalt
55. Patterns of Expenditures and Adherence to Medications among Low
and non-Low Income Beneficiaries Enrolled in Medicare Part D
Arleen Brown; Stella M. Yala; Norman Turk; Carol Mangione; Susan
Ettner; O. Kenrik Duru; Neil Steers; Lindsay Kimbro
56. Racial Differences in Cancer Screening with Electronic Health
Records and Electronic Preventive Care Reminders
Rebecca G. Mishuris; Jeffrey A. Linder
57. Are Clinicians Overestimating the Health Literacy of their Patients?
Marianne Camargo; Alex Federman; Carol Horowitz
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Scientific Abstract Poster Session 3 | 8:00 – 9:30 pm
58. Accuracy of Race/Ethnicity and Language Preference in an
Electronic Health Record
Sara V. Carlini; Elissa Klinger; Irina Gonzalez; Jeffrey A. Linder; Elyse
R. Park; Emily Kontos; Nancy A. Rigotti; Jennifer Haas
74. Ready to Provide Preventive Women’s Health Services?: A Survey
of Internal Medicine Residents’ Training, Attitudes and Clinical
Practice
Sara Teasdale; Palav Babaria; Elizabeth Harleman; Alicia Fernandez
59. Deliberately Blank
75. Risk Factors for Emotional Distress among Physician Residents and
Fellows: A Descriptive Study of Counseling Visits
Anna Golob; Mindy Stern
60. Prescribing Pedometers in a Safety-Net Health System: Pilot and
Feasibility Study Results
Ann S. Barnes
61. Quality of Care and Racial Disparities Among Potential Medicare
Accountable Care Organizations
Ryan E. Anderson; John Z. Ayanian; Alan M. Zaslavsky; J. Michael
McWilliams
62. A prediction rule for mortality for inpatients with Staphylococcus
aureus bacteremia: A classification and regression tree (CART)
analysis
Daiki Kobayashi; Kyoko Yokota; Osamu Takahashi; Hiroko Arioka;
Tsuguya Fukui; Christina C. Wee
63. Patient satisfaction with hospitalization: Addressing patient’s
motivating concerns for admission and perceptions of readiness for
discharge
Mohan B. Palla; Muralidhar R. Idamakanti; Amber Khan; Muhammad
A. Shahzad; Mangai Kishore; Diane L. Levine
76. The relationship between USMLE Step 1 scores, annual medicine
inservice examinations, attending ratings and performance on the
ABIM certifying examination
Cynthia Kay; Michael Frank; Jeffrey L. Jackson
77. The Impact of Duty Hour Restrictions on Job Burnout in Internal
Medicine Residents
Jonathan Ripp; Robert Fallar; Joel T. Katz; Hasan Bazari; Lisa Bellini;
Deborah Korenstein
78. Examining the Influence of a Behavioral Change Activity on Senior
Medical Student Attitudes About Motivational Interviewing
Elizabeth Karwowski; Teresa Cheng; Jay D. Orlander
79. How can academic generalists contribute to the patent development
of inventions/innovations?: Exploring the U.S. patent database for
patents relevant to primary care
James L. Wofford; Carolyn F. Pedley; Claudia Campos
64. Admission to teaching hospitals and weekday discharges are
associated with better outcomes in heart failure patients
Anita G. Au; Raj S. Padwal; Erik Youngson; Sumit R. Majumdar; Finlay
A. McAlister
80. Effect of a Musculoskeletal OSCE Using Senior Internal Medicine
Residents as Standardized Patients
Christina Harris; Johanna Martinez; B. Robert Meyer; Judy Tung;
Cathy Jalali; Jessica Clemons
65. Development of the Tool to Assess Inpatient Satisfaction with Care
from Hospitalists (TAISCH)
Haruka Torok; Eric Howell; Regina Landis; Susrutha Kotwal; Scott
Wright
81. 66. Shared Understanding between Patients and Physicians on Aspects
of Hospital care: implication for quality of communication and
potential association with patient satisfaction.
Sosena Kebede; Zackary Berger
82. Charting the Diversity of Internal Medicine: Results of a Nationwide
Practice Analysis
Steven A. Haist; Gerard Dillon; Janet Mee; Mark Raymond
Changes in Sodium during Hospitalization is Associated with
Increased In-hospital Mortality in Hypo- and Normonatremic
Patients
Valeria C. Pazo; David W. Bates; Gordon D. Schiff
68. Does Stress Testing before Elective Hip Fracture Surgery Increase
Length of Stay and/or Alter Patient Management?
Elizabeth C. Gadziala; Velair Walton; Michael P. Carson
69. Unexplained Geographic Variation in Opioid Utilization in
Hospitalized US Medical Patients
Shoshana J. Herzig; Michael B. Rothberg; Michael Cheung; Long Ngo;
Edward R. Marcantonio
70. What Actually Happens Overnight? A Study Describing Handoffs at a
Large Academic Institution.
Joshua T. Hanson; Sahand Rahnama; Tareq Nassar; Luci Leykum
71. Academic Detailing to Teach Aging and Geriatrics
Cathryn Caton; Ashley Duckett; Theresa Cuoco; Pamela Pride; Patty J.
Iverson; William P. Moran
72. Generic statin prescribing in an internal medicine resident clinic: is
teaching cost-conscious medicine in residency too little too late?
Kira L. Ryskina; Michael Pesko; J. T. Gossey; Erica Phillips; Tara F.
Bishop
73. A Randomized Controlled Trial of an Evidence-Based Toolbox and
Guide to Increase Primary Care Clinicians’ Rates of Colorectal
Cancer Screening in Diplomates of the ABIM
Lorna A. Lynn; Carmen E. Guerra; Kathryn M. Ross; Eric Holmboe;
Kaitlin Woo; Daniel F. Heitjan; Debbie Kirkland; Durado Brooks
83. An Under-Appreciated Ethical Problem: Delays in Death Certificate
Completion
Philip C. Carullo; Daniel Sulmasy
84. Framing Effects Influence Physicians’ Sense of Professional
Responsibility Regarding Health Care Costs
Tim Mundell; Katherine M. James; Susan D. Goold; Jon C. Tilburt
85. Helping Fourth-Year Medical Students Engage Ethics and
Professionalism: Using the Charter on Medical Professionalism
to Promote Reflection on the Clinical Training Environment and
Individual Clinical Experience
Lauris C. Kaldjian; Laura A. Shinkunas; Ellen E. Gordon; Jerold C.
Woodhead
86. Higher Quality Communication and Relationships are Associated
with Improved Patient Engagement in HIV Care
Tabor E. Flickinger; Somnath Saha; Richard D. Moore; Mary Catherine
Beach
87. At Ease and Dis-ease: Patient Requests for Reassurance
Carter Neugarten; Somnath Saha; Deborah Roter; Philip T. Korthuis;
Jonathan A. Cohn; Victoria L. Sharp; Richard D. Moore; Mary
Catherine Beach
88. Use and safety of buprenorphine in HIV-infected and uninfected
opioid dependent patients
Jeanette M. Tetrault; Janet P. Tate; Jennifer Edelman; Adam Gordon;
Vincent Lo Re; Lynn E. Fiellin; Kendall Bryant; Amy C. Justice; David
A. Fiellin
89. Overdose history and willingness to use naloxone among former
prison inmates
Ingrid A. Binswanger; Brenda Beaty; Shane Mueller; Karen F. Corsi;
Sung-joon Min
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67. The Johns Hopkins learning environment survey (JHLES):
Development of an efficient tool to assess student perceptions of the
medical school learning environment.
Robert Shochet; Jorie Colbert-Getz; Scott Wright
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Scientific Abstract Poster Session 3 | 8:00 – 9:30 pm
90. Internal medicine residents’ training in substance use disorders
Sarah Wakeman; Meridale Baggett; Eric Campbell; Genevieve PhamKanter
105. Weight loss with phentermine and topiramate extended-release in
obese and overweight subjects over 56 weeks
Robert F. Kushner; Santosh T. Varghese
91. 106. Differential Adherence to Medications by Older Adults with Multiple
Comorbidities
Alex Federman; Michael S. Wolf; Anastasia Sofianou; Melissa
Martynenko; Juan P. Wisnivesky
Validating Alcohol Screening Scores as Patient-reported Outcome
Measures - Results of the MONITOR Study
Katharine Bradley; Anna D. Rubinsky; David Au; Christopher L. Bryson;
Carol Achtmeyer; Emily Williams; Gwendolyn Lapham; Laura Chavez;
Daniel Kivlahan
92. Trends and correlates of opioid analgesic receipt among Veterans
with and without HIV: 1999-2010
William Becker; E. J. Edelman; Kirsha S. Gordon; Robert Kerns;
Stephen Crystal; Lynn E. Fiellin; Adam Gordon; Joseph L. Goulet; Amy
C. Justice; David A. Fiellin
93. Efficacy and Clinical Relevance of Vilazodone in the Treatment of
Major Depressive Disorder: A Pooled Analysis of Phase III Clinical
Trials
Larry Culpepper; Arif Khan; Adam Ruth; John Edwards
107. Identifying Keys to Success For Reducing Readmissions: Using the
Ideal Transition in Care Framework
Robert Burke; Ruixin Guo; Gregory J. Misky
108. The role and impact of medication intensification in selfmanagement interventions for adults with type 2 diabetes: a
systematic review and metaregression
Sophia Bellin Warren; Shari Bolen; Adam T. Perzynski; Corinna FalckYtter; Donna Windish; Apoorva K. Chandar; Paulette A. Sage; Steve A.
Lewis; Carl V. Tyler
94. Are biomarkers useful to identify heavy drinking among people with
alcohol dependence?
Nicolas Bertholet; Michael Winter; Debbie M. Cheng; Jeffrey H. Samet;
Richard Saitz
109. Let’s Talk! Patient Attitudes about Telephone-Based Alternatives to
Follow-up Office Visits with Specialists
Jessica A. Eng; Cecily J. Hunter; Laura B. Cantino; Caterina Yuan;
Sunny Lai; Evie Kalmar; Christy K. Boscardin; Margaret A. Handley;
Ralph Gonzales; Sara Ackerman
95. Optimal Timing to Administer the PHQ-9 Following a Positive PHQ2 Depression Screen Among Hospitalized Patients with Heart Failure
Tatiana Deveney; Bea Herbeck Belnap; Sati Mazumdar; Fanyin He;
Bruce L. Rollman
110. A Technology-Based Approach to Identifying Undiagnosed
Hypertension
Christopher Masi; Michael Rakotz; Ruth Ross; Ari Robicsek; Chad
Konchak; Bernard Ewigman
96. In the Presence of a Mental Health Comorbidity, What Predicts
Guideline Adherence for a Chronic Condition (Type 2 Diabetes)?
Leigh H. Simmons; Lisa C. Welch; David M. Pober; Felicia L.
Trachtenberg; John B. McKinlay
111. Causes of readmissions and their avoidability for the most common
comorbidities
Jacques Donze; Stuart R. Lipsitz; Jeffrey L. Schnipper
97. Comparison of HIV Testing with other Markers of Chronic Disease
Screening
Bradley C. Fetzer; Florence Momplaisir; Judith A. Long
98. Healthcare System Supports for Internists Caring for Young Adult
Patients with Pediatric Onset Chronic Illness: A Qualitative Study.
Sophia Jan; Dava Szalda; Manuel E. Jimenez; Jeremiah Long; Amelia
Ni; Judy A. Shea
99. Building the Foundation for a Patient-Centered Medical Home in a
Large VA Academic Medical Center
Jane Forman; Molly Harrod; Claire H. Robinson; Jessica Ott; Ann
Annis-Emeott; Darcy Saffar; Leo Greenstone
100. Part-Time Primary Care Physician Access and Continuity in the
Patient Centered Medical Home
Ann-Marie Rosland; Sarah Krein; Myra Kim; David Ratz; Darcy Saffar;
Eve A. Kerr
101. Implementation of Informatics-Supported Care Management
Intervention for Hypertension
Elaine M. Fleck; Adam Wilcox; Margaret McDonald; Penny H. Feldman
102. Predictors of early enrollment in Home Based Primary Care among
Veterans with diabetes
Samuel T. Edwards; Julia Prentice; Donglin Li; Steven R. Simon; Dayna
Cooper; Thomas Edes; Steven D. Pizer
103. Incorporating a Panel Management Assistant and Toolkit into VA
Patient Aligned Care Teams
Katelyn Bennett; Ashley E. Jensen; Jaclyn Fox; Stella Savarimuthu;
Rachel Blitzer; Anne Dembitzer; Scott Sherman; Mark D. Schwartz
104. What is care coordination? An observational study of primary care
physicians
Erin R. McNeely; Timothy P. Stablein; Denise L. Anthony; Brooke
Herndon
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112. Comparison of Chronic Pain Management in a level 3 patient
centered medical home between resident physicians, faculty
physicians, and a dedicated chronic pain management program.
Kathryn Sweeney; Shana Ratner; Brooke B. McGuirt
113. A randomized controlled trial of primary care based pharmacistphysician collaborative medication therapy management for
hypertension
Jan D. Hirsch; Neil Steers; David S. Adler; Grace M. Kuo; Candis M.
Morello; Megan Lang; Renu F. Singh; Yelena Wood; Robert M. Kaplan;
Carol Mangione
114. Evaluation of Charlson Comorbidity Index as a Predictor of
Adverse Outcomes in Patients Admitted with Community-Acquired
Pneumonia
Qasim Shakeel; Rafael Cabrera; David Paje; Amit Vahia; Abdul Kareem
Uduman; Luis C. Watanabe Tejada
115. Understanding the Structure and Function of Physician-patient
Interactions in Terms of Contingent Behaviors
Harry B. Burke; Dorothy Becher; Patrick G. O’Malley
116. Motivation, Self-Efficacy, and Weight Loss in a Clinic-Based Weight
Loss Program
Stephanie A. Rose; Dominique Zephyr; Tyler Smith; Chrisanthi
Masero; Kelly H. Webber
117. Asthma Severity and Control and Cognitive Impairment In a Cohort
of Elderly Patients
Maile Ray; Juan Wisnivesky; Anastasia Sofianou; Melissa Martynenko;
Michael S. Wolf; Alex Federman
118. Implementation of a Diabetes Self Management Education Team in a
Patient Centered Medical Home
David E. Willens; Kirbee Miller; Rebecca L. Gammell; Chandra Y.
Osborn; Ruth Lipman; Joan Peterson; Josh F. Peterson
119. 24 Month metabolic benefits of a community-based translation of the
diabetes prevention program
Carolyn F. Pedley; Doug Case; Mara Z. Vitolins; Jeffrey A. Katula;
Caroline S. Blackwell; Scott Isom; David C. Goff
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Scientific Abstract Poster Session 3 | 8:00 – 9:30 pm
120. Risk Factors for Non-Adherence with Routine Screening
Mammography in HIV-Infected Women
Zoe Weinstein; Amy S. Baranoski
136. Shifting Upstream: Efficacy Trial of a Low Literacy, EMR Medication
Education Strategy
Michael S. Wolf; Laura Curtis; Ashley R. Bergeron; Stacy Bailey; Allison
L. Russell; Rebecca Mullen
121. iPad-based Patient Education and Data Collection for Colorectal
Cancer Screening
David P. Miller; Nancy M. Denizard-Thompson; James L. Wofford; Don
Babcock; Kathryn E. Weaver; Larry D. Case; John Spangler; Michael
Pignone
122. National Physician Survey Regarding Adult Vaccine Delivery: Missed
Opportunities and a Call for a Systematic Approach
Laura Hurley; Carolyn Bridges; Rafael Harpaz; Mandy Allison; Sean
O’Leary; Lori A. Crane; Shannon Stokley; Brenda Beaty; Michaela
Brtnikova; Andrea Clinger; Faruque Ahmed; Craig M. Hales; Allison
Kempe
123. Do Physicians Under-Recognize Obesity?
Rachana Thapa; Jennifer Friderici; Reva Kleppel; Janice Fitzgerald;
Michael B. Rothberg
137. Medication use after dementia diagnosis in an observation cohort of
diabetes patients: the Diabetes and Aging study
Urmimala Sarkar; Courtney R. Lyles; Michael A. Steinman; Elbert S.
Huang; Howard H. Moffet; Rachel Whitmer; Margaret Warton; Andrew
J. Karter
138. Association between multimorbidity and the quality of primary care
in a country with universal healthcare coverage
Sven Streit; Stefan Weiler; Tinh-Hai Collet; Douglas Bauer; Lukas
Zimmerli; Peter Frey; Jacques Cornuz; Jean-Michel T. Gaspoz;
Edouard Battegay; Eve A. Kerr; Drahomir Aujesky; Nicolas Rodondi
139. The Prevalence and Causes of Prescribing and Monitoring Errors in
U.K. Primary Care
Sarah P. Slight; Rachel Howard; Maisoon Ghaleb; Nick Barber; Bryony
D. Franklin; Anthony J. Avery
124. A randomized trial of a web-based versus counselor-based
intervention to reduce CHD risk
Stacey L. Sheridan; Thomas C. Keyserling; Lindy B. Draeger
140. Limited provider response to abnormal microalbumin test results:
implications for the utility of screening rate as a quality of care
metric
Sonia T. Bajwa-Dulai; Parambir S. Dulai; Kelly A. Kieffer
125. Avoidance and Resilience in the Medical Encounter Among Persons
Who Stutter
Hector R. Perez; Joanna L. Starrels
141. An EHR-Based Intervention to Proactively Identify and Mitigate
Delays in Cancer Diagnosis: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Daniel R. Murphy; Louis Wu; Archana Laxmisan; Eric J. Thomas;
Samuel N. Forjuoh; Hardeep Singh
126. Patient Experiences with Involuntary Out-of-Network Charges
Denise D. Pong; Kelly A. Kyanko; Kathleen Bahan; Leslie Curry
127. Themes from Focus Groups of Veterans with Chronic Non-Cancer
Pain on High Dose Opioid Analgesics: Love/Hate of Opioids and
Challenges with Alternative Pain Care Strategies.
Barbara J. Turner; Erin Finley; Diandrea R. Garza; Shruthi Vale;
Maureen J. Simmonds; Mary Jo Pugh
142. Considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering cat scans:
the clinician perspective
L. E. Goldman; Jenna Kruger; Alice H. Chen; Alex Rybkin; Kiren Leeds;
Dominick Frosch
143. Unmet needs of caregivers of patients referred to a dementia care
program
Lee A. Jennings; David B. Reuben; Leslie C. Evertson; Katherine S.
Serrano; Linda Ercoli; Zaldy Tan; Neil Wenger
128. Provider Perceptions of Intentional Medication Discontinuation
Amy Linsky; Steven R. Simon; Barbara G. Bokhour
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129. Motivators and barriers to behavior change among postpartum
women with prior gestational diabetes.
Joyce W. Tang; Ronald T. Ackermann; Javiera Pumarino; Alan
Peaceman; Kenzie A. Cameron
130. Strategies for Facilitating Care Coordination Among Underserved
Adults with Diabetes
Radhika Takiar; Shari Bolen; Adam T. Perzynski; Paulette A. Sage; Kurt
Stange
131. Barriers and Facilitators to Goal-Setting in Overweight and Obese
Latina Primary Care Patients: A Qualitative Study
Melanie Jay; Damara N. Gutnick; Lauren Gerchow; Stella Savarimuthu;
Maria Barbara Tagliaferro; Adina Kalet; Allison Squires
132. Missed Communication - An analysis of unread messages through a
patient web portal
Bradley H. Crotty; Bruce E. Landon
133. Monitoring the pulse of hospital activity: electronic health record
utilization as a measure of care intensity
Saul Blecker; Jonathan Austrian; Daniel Shine; R. Scott Braithwaite;
Martha J. Radford; Marc N. Gourevitch
134. Resident peer chart review: an effective approach for quality
improvement and medical education
Andrew J. Hale; Ryan Nall
135. Physicians Using Modern Practices for Excellent Documentation and
Care in Heart Failure (PUMPED CHF)
Annia Cotorruelo-Martinez; Jay N. Patel; Nicole Gill-Duncan; Philippe
Leveille; Julie M. Pearson; Kell Julliard; Archana Saxena
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Plenary Session 2
Welcoming Remarks
Darcy A. Reed, MD, MPH and David
C. Thomas, MD, MHPE, SGIM 36th
Annual Meeting Chair and Co-Chair
ABSTRACT presentations
2013 Malcolm L. Peterson
Honor Lecture
Selma to Montgomery and Beyond: Health
Disparities & Health Inequity in America
Wayne J. Riley, MD, MPH, MBA, MACP
President and Chief Executive Officer, Professor of Internal Medicine, Meharry Medical College, Senior Health
Policy Associate, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Center for Health Policy at Meharry; Professor of Internal
Medicine, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
Moderators: Kathlyn E. Fletcher, MD, MA and Gail L. Daumit, MD, MHS,
Chair and Co-Chairs, Scientific Abstracts, SGIM 36th Annual Meeting
1. A web-based lifestyle intervention to decrease postpartum weight
retention in women with recent gestational diabetes mellitus: The Balance after Baby pilot RCT
Jacinda M. Nicklas; Chloe A. Zera; Bernard A. Rosner; Sue E. Levkoff;
Ellen W. Seely
2. Changes in Mortality after Massachusetts’ Health Care Reform
Benjamin D. Sommers; Sharon K. Long; Katherine Baicker
3. The Association between Hospital Performance for Pharmacologic
Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis and Rates of Venous Thromboembolism
Scott Flanders; M. Todd Greene; Paul Grant; Scott Kaatz; David Paje;
Bobby Lee; James Barron; Steven J. Bernstein
4. Proactive Tobacco Treatment and Population-Level Cessation: a
Pragmatic Randomized Controlled Trial
Steven Fu; Michelle van Ryn; Scott Sherman; Diana Burgess; Siamak
Noorbaloochi; Barbara Clothier; Brent C. Taylor; Anne Joseph
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CONCURRENT SESSION c | 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
CONCURRENT SESSION C AT A GLANCE
CUC2
CLINICAL UPDATE, SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM and
WORKSHOP SESSIONS
CUC1
Plaza Ballroom E, Plaza Building Concourse
CUC2
Spruce Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
SSC1
Plaza Ballroom F, Plaza Building Concourse
SSC2
Gold Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
VAC
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building Concourse
WTC
Governor’s Square 16, Plaza Building Concourse
WC01
Tower Court C, Tower Bldg 2nd Level
WC02
Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Building Concourse
WC03
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building Concourse
WC04
Tower Court B, Tower Building 2nd Level
WC05
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building Concourse
WC06
Terrace Room, Tower Building Terrace Level
WC07
Tower Court A, Tower Building 2 Level
WC08
Governor’s Square 10, Plaza Building Concourse
WC09
Denver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
WC10
Silver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
WC11
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building Concourse
WC12
Columbine Room, Tower Building Terrace
WC13
Century Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Spruce Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Clinical Update in Palliative Care
Category: Clinical Practice
Coordinator: Robert L. Jayes, MD, George Washington University Medical
Faculty Associates
Additional Faculty: Sangeeta Ahluwalia, PhD, VA Greater Los Angeles and
University of California, Los Angeles; Kathleen G. Anderson, MD, MSc,
George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates; Ursula K. Braun,
MD, MPH, Michael E. DeBakey VAMC, Baylor College of Medicine; Rashmi
K. Sharma, MD, MHS, Northwestern University; Anna Skold, MD, MPH,
Kaiser Permanente
SSC1
Plaza Ballroom F, Plaza Building Concourse
Leadership Skills for Academic GIM: Taking the Next Step in
Your Career
Category: Leadership and Administration
Coordinator: Christina C. Wee, MD, MPH, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical
Center and Harvard Medical School
Additional Faculty: Jeanne M. Clark, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University;
Tracie Collins, MD, MPH, University of Kansas Medical School; Monica
Vela, MD, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine
nd
SSC2
Gold Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
The Changing United States Medical Licensing Examination:
Information Medical Educators Need to Know
SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT SESSIONS
Directors Row H Plaza Building, Lobby Level
ASC2
Directors Row E, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
ASC3
Directors Row I, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
ASC4
Directors Row J, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Coordinator: Steven A. Haist, MD, MS, Department of Test Development
Services, National Board of Medical Examiners
VAC
CLINICAL VIGNETTE SESSION C
CVC
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building Concourse
Partnerships to Enhance Women’s Health Research
Tower Court D Tower Building 2 Level
nd
Category: VA Series
Coordinator: Ellen F. Yee MD, MPH, New Mexico VA HCS Medicine, Albuquerque
Additional Faculty: Susan M. Frayne, MD, MPH, VA Palo Alto Health Care
System; Karen Freund MD, MPH, Boston Medical Center; Elizabeth M.
Yano, PhD, VA Greater Los Angeles HSR&D Center
INNOVATIONS POSTER SESSION
PSINV
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ASC1
Grand Ballroom, Tower Building 2nd Level
CUC1
Plaza Ballroom E, Plaza Building Concourse
Update in Hospital Medicine
WTC
Category: Hospital Medicine
Coordinator: Bradley A. Sharpe, MD, Professor of Clinical Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco
Additional Faculty: Romsai T. Boonyasai, MD, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine; William Southern, MD, MS, Albert Einstein College of
Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center
Governor’s Square 16, Plaza Building Concourse
Teaching in Small Groups
Category: TEACH Session
Coordinator: Toshiko Uchida, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Stacy M. Higgins, MD, FACP, Emory University School
of Medicine; J. Harry Isaacson, MD, Cleveland Clinic
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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CONCURRENT SESSION c | 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
WC01
WC06
Tower Court C, Tower Building 2nd Level
Terrace Room, Tower Building Terrace Level
Getting Your Vignette Published in JGIM and Other Journals:
A Step by Step Approach
Health Care Reform: Promises and Perils for the General
Internist
Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Coordinator: Chad S. Miller, MD, Tulane University
Additional Faculty: Jeff Kohlwes, MD, MPH, University of California, San
Francisco; Cindy Lai, MD, University of California, San Francisco; Michael D.
Landry, MD, Tulane University; Geraldine E. Menard, MD, Tulane University
Category: Health Policy/Advocacy/Social Justice
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Health Policy Committee
Coordinator: Mark D. Schwartz, MD, New York University
Additional Faculty: Angela Jackson, MD, Boston University; Scott Joy, MD,
University of Colorado; Cara Litvin, MD, MS, Medical University of South
Carolina; Gary Rosenthal, MD, University of Iowa
WC02
Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Building Concourse
Teaching Medical Trainees the Practice of Assessment and
Counseling of Older Adults on Driving Safety
Category: Aging/Geriatrics/End-of Life
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Geriatrics Interest Group
Coordinator: Rachel K. Miller, MD, Department of Medicine, University of
Pennsylvania
Additional Faculty: Jennifer Carnahan, MD, MPH, Medical College of Wisconsin; Danelle Cayea, MD, Johns Hopkins; Steve Huege, MD, University of
Pennsylvania; Robert Murden, MD, Ohio State University
WC03
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building Concourse
The Diagnosis-Driven Physical Exam of the Knee and Shoulder: A Hands-On Workshop
Category: Clinical Medicine
Coordinator: Carlin Senter, MD, University of California, San Francisco
Additional Faculty: Veronica M. Jow, MD, University of California, Berkeley;
Natalie Voskanian, MD, University of California, San Diego
WC04
Tower Court B, Tower Building 2nd Level
Building a Therapeutic Alliance with Patients with Chronic
Pain – Making Chronic Pain Management Less Painful (for
Patients and Providers)
WC07
Tower Court A, Tower Building 2nd Level
Building Blocks of High-Performing Primary Care: A Roadmap for Implementing the Share the Care Model
Category: Healthcare Delivery and Redesign
Coordinator: Reena Gupta, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, General
Internal Medicine, San Francisco General Hospital, University of California,
San Francisco
Additional Faculty: Tom Bodenheimer, MD, University of California, San
Francisco; Amireh Ghorob, MPH, University of California, San Francisco
WC08
Governor’s Square 10, Plaza Building Concourse
New Models for Incorporating Continuity into Medical Education
Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Submitted in Conjunction with: Learning Communities Institute
Coordinator: David S. Hatem, MD, Internal Medicine, University of Massachusetts Medical School
Additional Faculty: Lars Osterberg, MD, MPH, Stanford University School
of Medicine; Robert Shochet, MD, Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins
Univeristy School of Medicine
WC09
Denver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Category: Clinical Medicine
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Pain Interest Group
Coordinator: William Becker, MD, VA Connecticut Healthcare System
Additional Faculty: Matthew J. Bair, MD, Indiana University School of
Medicine; Erin E. Krebs, MD, MPH, Minneapolis VA Healthcare System;
Joanna L. Starrels, MD, MS, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Daniel G.
Tobin, MD, Yale University
The Power of Stories to Heal: A Writing Workshop
WC05
WC10
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building Concourse
Patient-Centered Care for Recently Released Prisoners
Category: Health Disparities/Vulnerable Populations
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Substance Abuse and Criminal Justice Interest Groups
Coordinator: Sarah E. Wakeman, MD, Department of Medicine, Harvard
Medical School
Additional Faculty: Ingrid A. Binswanger, MD, MPH, University of Colorado
School of Medicine; Aaron Fox, MD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Alexander Y. Walley, MD, Boston University School of Medicine; Emily Wang,
MD, MAS, Yale University School of Medicine
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Category: Medical Humanities and Ethics
Coordinator: Rachel Swigris, DO, University of Colorado
Additional Faculty: Jessica Campbell, MD, University of Colorado; Anjali
Dhurandhar, MD, University of Colorado; Therese Jones, PhD, University
of Colorado; Douglas Reifler, MD, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine
and Science
Silver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Resident Professional Development: Creating and Implementing Coaching and Remediation Programs
Category: Personal/Professional Development
Coordinator: Kerri L. Palamara, MD, Associate Program Director, Medicine,
Massachusetts General Hospital
Additional Faculty: Dominique Cosco, MD, Emory University School of
Medicine
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CONCURRENT SESSION c | 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Abstract Session C2
Cancer Research
WC11
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building Concourse
Directors Row E, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Moderator: Craig E. Pollack, MD
Discussant Stephen Taplin, MD, MPH, SGIM 2013 Distinguished Professor
in Cancer Research
Get the Most Out of Your Mentoring Experience: Strategies to
Become an Active Mentee
Category: Personal/Professional Development
Coordinator: Analia Castiglioni, MD, Associate Professor, University of
Central Florida College of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Rachel Bonnema, MD, MS, University of Nebraska
Medical Center; Brita Roy, MD, MPH, MS, University of Alabama, Birmingham; Abby Spencer, MD, MS, FACP, Temple University School of Medicine;
Lisa L. Willett, MD, University of Alabama, Birmingham
WC12
Columbine Room, Tower Building Terrace
1. A Before/After Trial of a Decision Aid on Mammography Screening
for Women Aged 75 and Older
Mara A. Schonberg; Mary Beth Hamel; Roger B. Davis; Edward R.
Marcantonio
2. A randomized trial of a community health worker led intervention
using HPV self-sampling to increase cervical cancer screening among
minority women: Preliminary findings.
Olveen Carrasquillo; Brendaly Rodriguez; Erin N. Kobetz-Kerman
3. Promoting Smoking Cessation after Hospital Discharge: the Helping
HAND Randomized Controlled Comparative Effectiveness Trial
Nancy A. Rigotti; Sandra Japuntich; Susan Regan; Jennifer H. Kelley;
Yuchiao Chang; Michele Reyen; Joseph C. Viana; Elyse R. Park; Douglas
Levy; Molly Korotkin; Joanna Streck; Daniel E. Singer
4. Treatment Decisions Among Men With Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
Richard Hoffman; Stephen K. Van Den Eeden; Amethyst Leimpeter;
Catherine Tomko; Kimberly Davis; Jun Shan; Kathryn Taylor
5. Physicians’ Propensity to Discuss Prognosis on Patients’ Prognosis
Awareness for Metastatic Lung or Colorectal Cancer
Michael Pang-Hsiang Liu; Mary Beth Landrum; Jane C. Weeks; Haiden
A. Huskamp; Katherine L. Kahn; Yulei He; Jennifer W. Mack; Nancy L.
Keating
Cultivating the Neighborhood for the Patient-Centered Medical Home: Improving Primary Care-Specialty Care Referrals
and Coordination of Care
Category: Health Disparities/Vulnerable Populations
Coordinator: Nathaniel Gleason, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Department of Medicine, UCSF
Additional Faculty: Ralph Gonzales, MD, MSPH, University of California, San Francisco; Bruce E. Landon, MD, MBA, Harvard Medical School;
Thomas D. Sequist, MD, MPH, Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates
WC13
Century Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Abstract Session C3
Health Disparities/Vulnerable Populations
SIPOCS, VOCS, and Matrixes: A “Lean” Cut of Lean
Improvement Tools
Directors Row I, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Moderators: Peter Cram, MD, MBA and Mark L. Wieland, MD, MPH
Abstract Session C1
Lipkin Finalists
Directors Row H, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Moderator: Eugene C. Rich, MD, Past President, SGIM 2007-2008
1. 2. Healthcare Utilization by Individuals with Criminal Justice Involvement: Results of a National Survey
Joseph W. Frank; Jeffrey A. Linder; William Becker; David A. Fiellin;
Emily A. Wang
Major bleeding risk in anticoagulated patients receiving concomitant
antiplatelet therapy: a prospective study
Jacques Donze; Nicolas Rodondi; Gerard Waeber; Jacques Cornuz;
Drahomir Aujesky
3. Gender and Leadership in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
Christine J. Kolehmainen; Meghan Brennan; Amarette Filut; Carol
Isaac; Molly Carnes
4. Private for-profit opioid treatment programs provide fewer comprehensive services than non-profit and public programs
Marcus A. Bachhuber; William Southern; Chinazo Cunningham
5. Sex-based differences in end-of-life care among hospitalized adults
in the US
Erica Just; David J. Casarett; David A. Asch; Dingwei Dai; Chris Feudtner
6. The Risk of Thiazide-Induced Adverse Effects in Older Adults
Anil N. Makam; W. John Boscardin; Yinghui Miao; Michael Steinman
1. A High Risk of Hospitalization Following Release from Correctional
Facilities Among Medicare Beneficiaries
Emily A. Wang; Yongfei Wang; Harlan M. Krumholz
2. Communities IMPACT Diabetes Center’s Vision Health Toolkit: Utilizing Lay Health Social Service Providers as Messengers of Vision
Health Information
Michelle A. Ramos; Ashley Fox; Brett Ives; Carol Horowitz
3. Impact of Massachusetts Health Reform on Hospitalizations, Length
of Stay and Costs of Inpatient Care: Does Safety-Net Status Matter?
Amresh D. Hanchate; Danny McCormick; Chen Feng; Karen E. Lasser;
Nancy R. Kressin
4. Where You Live Suggests How Well You Adhere: A National Cohort of
Patients beginning Statin Therapy
Andrew M. Davis; Dima Qato; Michael S. Taitel; Jenny Jiang; Elbert S.
Huang
5. Improving Rates of Annual Colorectal Cancer Screening among
Latino Patients
David W. Baker; Tiffany Brown; David R. Buchanan; Jordan Weil;
Kenzie A. Cameron; Lauren Ranalli; M. Rosario Ferreira; Kate Balsley;
Shira N. Goldman; Ji Young Lee; Michael S. Wolf
6. The cycle of substance abuse, prostitution and psychological distress
and its effect on health seeking behavior among HIV positive black
women.
Jennifer L. Grant; Loida Bonney; Judith C. Barker
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Category: Quality of Care/Patient Safety
Coordinator: Katherine M. McKinney, MD, Lexington VA Medical Center
Additional Faculty: LeeAnn M. Cox, MD, Indiana University School of
Medicine; Heather Woodward-Hagg, MS, VA Center for Applied Systems
Engineering (VA-CASE), Richard L Roudebush VA Medical Center
meeting tracks
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Clinical Practice
Health Disparities/
Vulnerable
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Health Policy
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Thursday
WA05: Advocacy at the
State Level
SSA1: Shared Decision Making
WA02: The Family Meeting
WA06: PCMH in Academic
Medical Homes
WA07: Beyond RVUs
WA09: ACGME Milestones/
Ambulatory Immersion Program
WA02:
WB04: A Toolkit for
Teaching Advocacy
WB04: The Art & Craft of
the Op-Ed
WB04: A Toolkit for Teaching Advocacy
SSB1: The Business of Medicine
WB06: Building Teams: Theory
& Practice
CUB2:
Disease
WB03:
WB11:
You Ne
Abstrac
Medicin
CUC3: Update in Palliative Medicine
WC03: Physical Exam of the Knee &
Shoulder
WC04: Making Chronic Pain Less Painful
WC09: Power of Stories to Heal: A Writing
Workshop
VAC: Partnerships to Enhance Women’s
Health Research
WC05: Care for Recently
Released Prisoners
Abstract Session C3:
Health Disparities
WC06: Health Care Reform
for GIM
WC07: Primary Care
Transformation
WC12: Cultivating the
Neighborhood for PCMH
WC13: LEAN Improvement Tools
CUC1:
CUC3:
CUD2: Update in Pain Medicine
CUD3: Update in Geriatric
Medicine
CUD1: Update in HIV
CUD2: Update in Pain Medicine
CUD3: Update in Geriatric Medicine
SSD1: Preventing Burnout in Primary
Care
WD02: Teaching & Using Patient-Centered Interviewing
WD03: Talking with Patients about Sexual
Health
WD04: Internist-Driven HCV Care
VAD: Integrating Peer Support in Chronic
Disease Management
CUD1: Update in HIV
WD05: Overcoming Bias,
Building Resilience
WD10: Getting to Professor: Promotion for Minority
Faculty
WD06: “Replay Health”:
A Serious Game for US
Health System Reform
SSD2: Partnering between
Academic & Community
Institutions
WD08: Enhance Your Negotiation
Skills
WD12: Managing Change &
Redesigning Systems
WD15: Teaching Cost-Conscious
Patient Care
CUD3:
WD01:
the Fum
WD11:
Physica
WD15:
Patient
WE02: Teaching Principles for
the Care of Older Adults
CUE1: Update in Perioperative Medicine
CUE2: New Medications in Primary Care
WE03: Managing Medical Problems in
the Surgical Patient
WE07: Breaking the Cycle among Chronic
Opiate Users
WE08: How Doctors Think
WE09: HIV Prevention in Primary Care
WE04: Photovoice for
Research & Advocacy
WE09: HIV Prevention in
Primary Care
SSE1: Physicians in
Government
WE04: Photovoice for
Research & Advocacy
WE10: The Road to
Sustainable Quality
Improvement
WE10: The Road to Sustainable
Quality Improvement
WE11: Review of Innovations
in Managing Admissions &
Readmissions
CUE1:
Medicin
WE01:
Medicin
WE03:
in the S
WE11:
Managi
Readm
WF02: DNR Order Discussions
CUF1: Update in GIM
CUF2: Update in Psychiatry
WF02: DNR Order Discussions
WF09: Communicating Evidence to
Patients
WF11: Managing Withdrawal in Acutely
Ill Patients
Abstract Session F1:
Health Disparities
WF07: Teaching Global
Primary Care
WF14: Measuring Health Care
Utilization
CUF1:
WF02:
WF05:
WF08:
Residen
WF09:
to Patie
WF11:
Acutely
WA02: The Family Meeting
Abstract Session A2: Aging/
Geriatrics/End of Life
CUA1: Update in Addiction Medicine
CUA2: Update in Women’s Health
SSA1: Shared Decision Making
WA02: The Family Meeting
WA03: Beyond Pain Contracts: Safer
Opiate Prescribing
WA04: Teaching Diagnosis & Error
WA11: Woman’s Heart from Pregnancy
thru Menopause
WA05: Advocacy at the
State Level
Abstract Session A4:
Health Disparities
Distinguished Professor in
Geriatarics Keynote Address
Distinguished Professor in Cancer
Research Keynote
Minorities in Medicine
Mentoring Panel
WB12: EBM Guide to PostMenopausal Hormone Therapy
CUB1: Update in Care of Cancer
Survivors
CUB2: Update in Chronic Kidney Disease
WB02: Exercise Prescription: Just do it!
WB03: Breaking Bad News
WB12: EBM Guide to Post-Menopausal
Hormone Therapy
Clinical Practice Innovations Oral
Presentation Session B
WC02: Teaching Driving Safety
for the Elderly
CUC3: Update in Palliative
Medicine
WC09: Power of Stories to Heal:
A Writing Workshop
Session A
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Lunchtime
Session B
3:30 – 5:00 pm
Friday
Session C
11:30 am –
1:00 pm
Session D
3:00 – 4:30 pm
Saturday
Session E
11:00 am –
12:30 pm
Session F
1:30 – 3:00 pm
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hedule along a specific area of interest
Hospital Medicine
: The Family Meeting
Leadership
Development
WA07: Beyond RVUs
WA10: Obtaining a Career
Development Award
Medical Education
Scholarship
Research Methods
IME Session A
SSA2: Evolution in Medicine
WA04: Teaching Diagnosis & Error
WA08: An EPA for Lifelong Learning
WA09: ACGME Milestones/Ambulatory
Immersion Program
WTA: Teaching in the Ambulatory Setting
WA10: Obtaining a Career
Development Award
SRF Track
WA01: Pathways in GIM
Women’s Heatlh
CUA2: Update in Women’s Health
WA11: Woman’s Heart from
Pregnancy thru Menopause
Distinguished Professor in
Women’s Health Keynote Address
WB01: Writing CV’s &
Preparing to Interview
WB12: EBM Guide to PostMenopausal Hormone Therapy
VAC: Partnerships to
Enhance Women’s Health
Research
WC01: Getting Your
Vignette Published in
JGIM
WC11: Strategies to Become an Active Mentee
VAC: Partnerships to Enhance
Women’s Health Research
Abstract Session C4:
Women’s Health
WD01: Coaching Residents to Avoid
the Fumble
WD02: Teaching & Using PatientCentered Interviewing
WD09: Teaching Professionalism in
Social Media
WD11: Teaching the Bedside Physical
WD14: Assessing Resident EPAs: The
PCMH as an Example
WD15: Teaching Cost-Conscious
Patient Care
Abstract Session D2: Medical Education
Abstracts
WD13: Adjusting for Confounding in Observational
Studies
WD01: Coaching
Residents to Avoid the
Fumble
WD03: Talking with Patients about
Sexual Health
WE02: Teaching Principles for the Care of
Older Adults
WE05: No More Noon Conference
WE06: Interprofessional Ed: A Virtual
Model for a High-Tech Generation
WE08: How Doctors Think
WTE: Effective Large Group Presentations
Abstract Session E1: Medical Education
Scholarship
WE04: Photovoice for
Research & Advocacy
WE12: Taming Tricky Data
& Methods
WE01: Careers in
Academic General
Medicine
WF05: Bedside Rounds
WF06: Implementing Educational
Innovations
WF07: Teaching Global Primary Care
WF08: Teaching Procedures to IM
Residents
WF10: Teaching Shared Decision Making
WF12: How Not to Present a Workshop
WF14: Measuring Health
Care Utilization
Abstract Session F2:
Qualitative Research
WF01: Negotiating Your
First Dream Job
WF12: How Not to
Present a Workshop
SSB1: The Business of Medicine
WB06: Building Teams: Theory
& Practice
WB07: Teaching Leadership
Skills
CUB3: Update in Medical Education
SSB2: Developments in Medical
Education
WB04: A Toolkit for Teaching Advocacy
WB07: Teaching Leadership Skills
WB08: Designing a Public Health
Curriculum
WB10: Optimizing Small Group Teaching
WB11: Attending 101: Everything You
Need to Know
Update in Hospital Medicine
Update in Palliative Medicine
SSC1: Leadership skills for
academic GIM
WC10: Creating & Implementing
Coaching & Remediation
WC13: LEAN Improvement Tools
WC08: Incorporating Continuity into
Med Ed
SSC2: Comprehensive Review of USMLE
WC01: Getting Your Vignette Published
in JGIM
WC02: Teaching Driving Safety for the
Elderly
WC10: Creating & Implementing
Coaching & Remediation
WTC: Teaching in Small Groups
Update in Geriatric Medicine
: Coaching Residents to Avoid
mble
: Teaching the Bedside
al
: Teaching Cost-Conscious
t Care
SSD1: Preventing Burnout in
Primary Care
SSD2: Partnering between
Academic & Community
Institutions
WD08: Enhance Your Negotiation
Skills
WD09: Teaching Professionalism
in Social Media
WD10: Getting to Professor:
Promotion for Minority Faculty
WE01: Careers in Academic
General Medicine
Update in Chronic Kidney
e
: Breaking Bad News
: Attending 101: Everything
eed to Know
ct Session B2: Hospital
ne
Update in Perioperative
ne
Careers in Academic General
ne
Managing Medical Problems
Surgical Patient
Review of Innovations in
ing Admissions &
missions
Update in GIM
DNR Order Discussions
Bedside Rounds
Teaching Procedures to IM
nts
Communicating Evidence
ents
Managing Withdrawal in
y Ill Patients
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CONCURRENT SESSION c | 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Abstract Session C4
Women’s Health
Clinical Vignette and Infectious Disease
Unknown Vignette Session
Directors Row J, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Moderators: Sonya Borrero, MD and Pam Ganschow
Discussant: Karen Freund, MD, MPH, SGIM 2013 Distinguished Professor in
Women’s Health
Tower Court D, Tower Building 2nd Level
Moderator: Elizabeth L. Lee, MD
Discussant: Robert M. Centor, MD; Past President SGIM, 2006-2007
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1. A success among failures: Ceftaroline salvage therapy in complicated
methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteremia
Bindu B. Yalamanchili; Faisal Khasawneh
2. Sexual function does not predict maintenance of sexual activity in
midlife women
Holly N. Thomas; Stacey Dillon; Rachel Hess
Acute ischemic myocardial injury following administration of Definity contrast in a patient without coronary artery disease
Katherine Fyall; Shadi Ayyoub; Lisa Staton
3. When Guidelines Collide: Adherence to USPSTF Recommendations
for Screening Mammography among Primary Care Specialties
Jennifer Corbelli; Melissa McNeil
Groans, Moans and Psychiatric Overtones: When it is Not One of the
Usual Suspects
Rosy Priya Kodiyanplakkal; Darlene LeFrancois
4. Gender Disparities in Medical Students’ Comfort with Leadership
Skills
April S. Fitzgerald; Redonda G. Miller; David M. Levine; Bimal Ashar;
Mary Catherine Beach
An Unusual Case of Chest Pain: Pericarditis Secondary to Hydralazine-Induced Lupus
Katherine Wrenn
5. Mystery Case
Deepa Rani Nandiwada; Aaron Smith
Contraceptive adherence among women Veterans: Differences by
race/ethnicity and contraceptive supply
Sonya Borrero; Xinhua Zhao; Maria Mor; E. Bimla Schwarz; Chester
Good; Walid F. Gellad
BreastCARE: A Primary Care Clinic-Based RCT to Increase Breast
Cancer Knowledge and Discussion of Risk and Lifestyle Behaviors
Celia P. Kaplan; Jennifer Livaudais-Toman; Steven Gregorich; Jeffrey
A. Tice; Karla Kerlikowske; Rena Pasick; Alice H. Chen; Eliseo J. PerezStable; Leah Karliner
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Innovations Poster Session | 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Grand Ballroom, Tower Building 2nd Level
14. STAR (Safe Transitions Across caRe): A Focus on an
Interdisciplinary Discharge Process
Nancy M. Denizard-Thompson; Kirsten Feiereisel; James L. Wofford
Poster Session Organization
Posters 1-42
Clinical Practice Innovations Posters
Posters 43-126
Innovations in Medical Education Posters
1. Improving Adult Pneumococcal Vaccination Coverage in Primary
Care Clinics in New Hampshire: Context Matters
Antonia Altomare; Ellen Eisenberg; Auden McClure; John N.
Mecchella
2. The Medication Metronome: A Health IT System to Improve
Medication Management and Laboratory Monitoring for Chronic
Diseases
Jeffrey M. Ashburner; Richard W. Grant; Michael Jernigan; Leila H.
Borowsky; Steven J. Atlas
3. Patient attribution to care providers in a primary care network:
Comparing retrospective and prospective algorithms
Steven J. Atlas; Gregory Estey; Jeffrey M. Ashburner; Priya Rao; Wei
He; Henry Chueh
4. Primary care-based complex care management: Using an
interdisciplinary geriatric approach to improve care for frequently
admitted patients in a safety net primary care clinic
Elizabeth Davis; Julia Janssen; Anneliese Johnson; Valy Fontil; Louise
Aronson; Margaret A. Handley; Fern Ebeling; Lisa Tang; Lindsay Evans;
Reena Gupta; Claire Horton
Improving Provider Experience and Interdisciplinary Collaboration
in the Complex Care Management Program at the General Medicine
Clinic at San Francisco General Hospital
Anneliese Johnson; Julia Janssen; Fern Ebeling; Lisa Tang; Lindsay
Evans; Claire Horton; Reena Gupta; Elizabeth Davis
6. Long term patient care benefits associated with resident-led decision
support huddles in an outpatient clinic
Laura Divoky; Tho Luong; David B. Sweet; Lynn Clough
7. Innovative Multimedia Methods to Enhance Patient-Centered Care
in Underserved Populations
Pamela S. Ganschow; Elizabeth A. Hahn; Elizabeth A. Jacobs
8. Implementation Of A Structured, Electronic Referral System To
Support The Principles Of The PCMH-Neighborhood
Jennifer J. Monacelli; Nathaniel Gleason; Chanda Ho; Michael Wang;
Don Collado; Ralph Gonzales
9. Food Rx: Mobilizing outpatient clinics to prescribe healthy food for
underserved patients
Anna P. Goddu; Tonya Roberson; Katie Raffel; Marshall Chin; Monica
E. Peek
10. Diabetic group visit in a safety net ambulatory health center
Melanie Gordon; Renee E. Walker
11. Identification of Facilitators and Barriers to Implementation of
E-Consults Using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation
Research
Leah M. Haverhals; George Sayre; Christian Helfrich; Susan Kirsh;
David Aron; Michael Ho; Julie Lowery
12. Using Team-based Care to Improve Monitoring and Quality of Care
in Diabetes
Jason Higdon; Jillian Gaumond; Jennifer Zreloff
13. The VA’s Specialty Care Transformational Initiatives to improve
access and delivery of specialty care
Michael Ho; David Aron; Anne E. Sales; David Au; Christian Helfrich;
Katherine Fagan; Anne Lambert-Kerzner; Julie Lowery; Catherine
Battaglia; Leonard Pogach; Glenn D. Graham; Vaness Ellington; Susan
Kirsh
Community-based Care Coordination to Overcome Fragmentation of
Services in Aurora, Colorado
Joseph D. Johnson; Maisha Pollard
16. A Checklist to Optimize Transitional Care Management between
Hospitalists and a Patient Centered Medical Home
Scott Joy; Katie Arvidson; Kelly Griffey; Sharon Khan-Khan; Jonathan
Manheim; Erin Marcum
17. Creating an Intensive Care Management Team and Identifying High
Risk Patients in an Academic General Internal Medicine Practice
Scott Joy; Leanne Clark; Lynn Haley; A. Meghan Hayes; Gretchen
Hubner; Michael Masse; Katey Morris; Steve Mack; Alyssa Nash
18. Creating a Checklist to Use During Team Huddle Times to Optimize
Practice Efficiency and Care Management in an Academic Patient
Centered Medical Home
Scott Joy; Eric Martin; Carly Byrne; Gerardo Caldero Rosales; Oswaldo
Hernandez; Lucy Llamas
19. Use of Clinical Decision Support Tools to Improve Primary Care
Chronic Kidney Disease Management
Cara Litvin; Steven M. Ornstein
20. A Shared Medical Visit Model for Weight Loss: A Pilot Study
Ingrid Lobo; Brandy Deffenbacher; Carmen Faust
21. Building Systems of Care: Does a multi-faceted diabetes
improvement project change clinic staff assessment of the care
system?
Debra Maltby; Yue Gao; Anna P. Goddu; Tonya Roberson; Marshall
Chin; Monica E. Peek
22. Implementation of a Web-based Patient Portal to Improve Test
Result Notification in a Community-based Pediatric Primary Care
Practice
Nive Maniam; Garrett M. Chinn; Lynn A. Volk; Deborah H. Williams;
David W. Bates; Steven R. Simon
23. Hospital at Home as an interagency collaborative at the Philadelphia
VA Medical Center
Elizabeth A. Mann; Bruce Kinosian; Rachel K. Miller; Mary-Ann
Haggerty; James Hammond; Ariel Feinberg
24. An Analysis of Time Cost of the Common Precepting Model in an
Outpatient Internal Medicine Residency Training Clinic
Eric Martin; Scott Joy
25. Health Care Advocacy for Survivors of Domestic Violence
Arash Nafisi; Hillary Kunins
26. Palliative Care Consults in the Intensive Care Unit: A Quality
Improvement Trigger Project
Sarah Nickoloff; Katherine Recka; Sean Marks
27. Using text messaging to provide self-management support and care
coordination for individuals with chronic disease
Shantanu Nundy; Jonathan J. Dick; Patrick Hogan; Anna P. Goddu;
Arnell Bussie; Marshall Chin; Monica E. Peek
28. The Evolving Role of Grass Roots Emergency Medical Response
in the Occupy Wall Street Era: Hurricane Sandy and the People’s
Medical Relief, New York City 2012
Amit Patel; Noriyuki Murakami; Magni Hamso
29. Increasing effective smoking cessation interventions in an academic
internal medicine clinic
Shana Ratner; Stephanie Flecksteiner; Douglas Friedman; Hongxen
Nguyen; William A. Wolf; Brooke B. McGuirt; Thomas M. Miller;
Michael Pignone
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30. Development of a Hepatitis C Testing and Treatment Linkage
Program in an Urban Primary Care Center
Zachary Rosner; Alain H. Litwin; Meredith Steinman; Angela Jeffers;
Laura J. Guderian
31. A Quality Improvement Project to Reduce Emergency Department
Delays with the Electronic Medical Record
Changwan Ryu; Teresa M. Michel; Stacey Gonzalez; Dinesh John; Joan
Mitchell
32. Inter-Professional “Community of Practice” to Implement
“Universal Precautions” for Opioid Safety within the Patient
Centered Medical Home
Michael Saenger; Ingrid M. Duva; Corrine Abraham; Roeina Porter, RN;
Veronica D’Antignac
33. Decreasing Foley Catheter Utilization on the Yale New Haven
Hospitalist Service
Jose Salvana
34. A Multidisciplinary Approach to Improve Global Immunization for
Inpatients
Thomas K. Spain; John Starmer; Asli O. Weitkamp; Christine A.
Kennedy; Audrey H. Kuntz; Neesha N. Choma
35. Development of a Student-Faculty Collaborative Clinic With a
Special Focus on Serving Post-Incarcerated Patients
Kimberly Sue; Rachel E. Simon; Gabriel Sneh; Mihir J. Chaudhary;
Jessica Zeidman; Marya J. Cohen
36. Keeping the primary care practice at the center of posthospitalization care transition
Ning Tang; Jeffrey Fujimoto; Leah Karliner
37. A Quality Improvement Approach to Improving Opiate Prescribing
in Outpatient Practice
Constance van Eeghen; Charles D. MacLean; Amanda G. Kennedy;
Mark Pasanen
38. Development of an Interactive, Web-Based Comprehensive
Performance Dashboard for Use in Primary Care Practice Networks
Charlotte E. Ward; Wei He; Jeffrey M. Ashburner; Steven J. Atlas
39. Using Systems Engineering to Improve Housestaff Scheduling and
Clinic Utilization
Shihfan Yeh; Luci Leykum; Jane O’Rorke; Jonathan F. Bard
40. Creating a New Habit: Improving Physician Compliance in HIV
Screening
Marelle Yehuda; Valentina Rodriquez; Robert E. Graham; Ladan
Ahmadi
41. Pre-Visit Planning: A Foundation for Outpatient-Centered Care
Jaishree Hariharan; Melissa McNeil; Thomas Painter; Pamela Dittoe;
Gary Fischer
42. Outpatient Documentation in the Electronic Health Record:
Current Resident Practices, Opportunities and Tools for Curricular
Innovation
Jaishree Hariharan; Sarah A. Tilstra; Thomas Radomski; Jodie Bryk;
Peggy Hasley
43. A Curriculum to Improve and Teach Primary Care Team Function
Carole M. Warde; Marjorie Pearson
44. Outcomes of a New Web-Based PTSD Training for Primary Care
Providers
Karen H. Seal; Kristin Samuelson; Nicole McCamish; Christopher J.
Koenig; Daniel Bertenthal; Gary Tarasovsky; Gerard Choucroun
45. Evolution of an internet-based quality-focused medical education
process in an ambulatory care organization.
Maura J. McGuire; Thomas Bogetti; Steven J. Kravet
46. Health Policy and Advocacy for the Busy Clinician 101: Can We Make
an Impact?
Maggie K. Benson; Vikram Krishnasamy; Peggy Hasley
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47. The Behavioral Medicine Toolbox: Equipping residents with the
tools necessary to navigate the softer side of medicine.
Katherine J. Kueny; Rachel Bonnema; Emily Leasure
48. Teaching Patient-Centered Use of the Electronic Medical Record
Wei Wei Lee; Lollita Alcocer
49. Weight Management: A Primary Concern (Integration of a Primary
Care Weight Management Curriculum into Graduate Medical
Education)
Leon I. Igel; Louis Aronne; Erica Phillips
50. Implementation of Hospital Based Clinical Performance Metrics
Teaching Sessions for Medicine Residents on Duke General
Medicine
David Gallagher; Noppon P. Setji; Jonathan Bae
51. Interprofessional Panel Management: Teaching Residents DataDriven Longitudinal and Continuous Care
Catherine P. Kaminetzky; Jacqueline R. Keedy; Ginger A. Evans; Anne
P. Poppe; Joyce E. Wipf
52. A Novel Transitions of Care Curriculum for PGY-1 Residents in
Internal Medicine
Justin P. Lafreniere; Evelyn Gathecha; Nowreen Haq; Nancy L.
Schoenborn; Fatima Sheikh; Colleen Christmas
53. Using Standardized Patients to Teach Residents Skills in Risk
Communication and Shared Decision Making with Evaluation via the
Options Instrument
Kathleen Fairfield; Thomas P. Gearan; Kristen A. Sciacca
54. Teaching Medical Students to Reflect “Deeper”
Amy C. Hayton; Raymond Wong; Ilho Kang; Lawrence Loo
55. Improving Resident Documentation, Coding and Billing with a
Practical Tutorial
Moyna H. Ng
56. Development of Hospital Medicine Educators: Design and
Implementation of a Physical Diagnosis Course for Physician
Assistant Students
Dustin T. Smith; Joanna M. Bonsall; Marquitha S. Mayfield; Margaret
DeMoss; Jennifer N. Larson; Dana Sayre-Stanhope; Daniel D. Dressler
57. A Home Visit Curriculum to Foster Interprofessional Learning
and Improve Care Coordination for High-Risk Patients in Trainee
Primary Care Continuity Clinics
Melissa Bachhuber; Shalini Patel; Bridget O’Brien
58. Development of a Systematic Review Training Program for Attending
Physicians to Mentor Internal Medicine Residents
Tanu S. Pandey; Brian P. Lucas
59. The use of health services data to inform curriculum development
Lynn Byars; Charles D. Magee; William F. Kelly; Michael Roy
60. Shared Medical Appointment Curriculum for Internal Medicine
Residents in a Safety-Net Health Center
Katherine Lupton; Michelle E. Hauser; Barbara Ogur
61. Intensive Mental Health Training for Medical Residents
Robert C. Smith
62. Implementing a Leadership and Health Systems Innovation Elective
for First and Second Year Medical Students
Janine Knudsen; Barsam Kasravi; Bradley Turner; Molly Coye
63. Implementation of a Novel Curriculum in Social Medicine and
Health Advocacy in Internal Medicine Residency Training
Danny McCormick; Rachel Stark; Priyank Jain; David Bor; Richard Pels
64. Development and Evaluation of an Interprofessional Collaborative
Case Conference Series
Meg Pearson; Bridget O’Brien; Rebecca L. Shunk
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65. Teaching Advocacy: a model for clinical skills development and
human rights-based service learning.
Luis Villegas; Taryn Clark; Margaret Fabiszak; Terri G. Edersheim;
Joanne Ahola; Nicole Sirotin
66. “How does a student-run clinic impact medical student ability to care
for patients with chronic illness?”
Linda Wang; Matthew A. Spinelli; Nandini C. Palaniappa; Yasmin S.
Meah; David C. Thomas
67. Creation of a Web-Based Mobile App to Teach and Facilitate Systems
Navigation in a Student-Run Free Clinic
Ammar Siddiqui; Yasmin S. Meah; Chloe Ciccariello; Alexa Gips; Mark
Kurzrok; Noa Simchoni; Thomas McBride; David C. Thomas
68. A multidisciplinary transitions in care workshop for medical
students
Lauren Block; Melissa Morgan-Gouveia; Danelle Cayea
83. Development of a Leadership Observation and Feedback Tool
(LOFT)
Sandra K. Oza; Edna Miao; Read Pierce; Anda Kuo; Sandrijn van Schaik
84. GHACS: The Global Health/Clinical Skills Faculty Development
Fellowship at Montefiore
Shwetha Iyer; James Grigg; Erin J. Goss; Linnea Capps; Darlene
LeFrancois; Gerald Paccione
85. Improving Resident Counseling Competence: A 5A’s Skills-Based
Obesity Curriculum
Shwetha Iyer; Hillary Kunins; Angela Jeffers; Melanie Jay; Sheira
Schlair
69. The University of Queensland/Ochsner Clinical School Partnership:
A model of Transnational Medical Education Aiming to Create
Primary Care Physicians.
Gerald D. Denton; Richard Deichmann; Leonardo Seoane
86. Podcast Pearls: The Impact of A Brief Weekly 21st Century
Educational Tool
Melissa Dattalo; Ryan E. Childers; Colleen Christmas
70. Cambridge Integrated Clerkship Systems Rounds: Medical StudentDriven Quality Improvement and Patient Advocacy
Arjun Suri; Alejandra Ellison-Barnes; David R. Ziehr; Benjamin
Jastrzembski; Juliana E. Morris; Ariel Wagner; Andres Patino; Divya
Mallampati; David Bor; David Hirsh; Elizabeth Gaufberg
71. 82. Development and implementation of an interprofessional
standardized patient assessment
Sandra K. Oza; Aimee Sznewajs; Maria A. Wamsley; Christy K.
Boscardin; Win May; Andrew Nevins; Malathi Srinivasan; Ann Homan;
Bernie Miller; Mark Lovett; Karen E. Hauer
87. Evaluation of a Patient Safety and Transitions of Care Curriculum for
Third Year Medical Students
Sara M. Bradley; Dennis Chang; Reena Karani
72. From Detroit to Your City - A Public Health Solution; A
Medical Education Pilot Program’s Success and Its Potentially
Groundbreaking National Impact
Courtney M. Moore; Diane L. Levine
Bringing Effective Chronic Pain Education to Life for Resident
Physicians
Michael Picchioni
88. Teaching Transitions of Care through Analyzing Readmissions
Kara Bischoff; Aparna Goel; Jayson Morgan; Michelle Mourad; Sumant
Ranji
89. Attending to our first obligation: the Do No Harm Project
Brandon Combs; Tanner Caverly
90. The Resident as Preceptor: Incorporating Supervision of Medical
Students in the Ambulatory Setting into a Residency Curriculum
Sudha Dubey; Robert Hirten; Sheira Schlair
91. 73. Brown Medical School preclinical elective on healthcare of
underserved populations
Lucinda B. Leung; James E. Simmons; Joseph S. Rabatin
Expanding Health Policy Education: Integrating a Skills-Based
Curriculum for the Next Generation of Practitioners
Krisda Chaiyachati; Theodore Long; Trishul Siddharthan; Ali M. Khan;
Rebecca Brienza
92. Evaluation of a Pocket-Sized Ultrasound Device As an Aid to the
Physical Examination
Jason Ojeda; James Colbert; Graham T. McMahon; Carol Benson; Peter
Doubilet; Justina Wu; Joel T. Katz; Maria Yialamas
75. An Interclerkship Intensive on Addiction Among Clerkship-Year
Medical Students
Babak Tofighi; Joshua D. Lee; Demian Szyld; Jennifer McNeely; John
Rotrosen; Paul Kim; Melanie Jay
93. Withdrawn By Author
76. A Novel OSCE Curriculum for Teaching the Musculoskeletal Exam to
Internal Medicine Residents
Trishul Siddharthan; Sarita Soares; Stephen Holt
77. Patient Safety Morning Report: Using an old conference to teach new
tricks
Christopher J. Smith; Allison Ramey; Elizabeth Lyden; Julie Fedderson
94. A Pilot Primary Care Residency Track: Education and Leadership in
Patient-Aligned Care Teams (ELPACT)
Olivia A. Arreola-Owen; Carole M. Warde; Arthur G. Gomez
95. Mixed-methods evaluation of the MGH Global Primary Care
Curriculum
Patrick T. Lee; Elizabeth Cunningham; David Munson; Joseph Joyner;
Sarah Wakeman; Renuka Tipirneni; Ashley Dunkle; Debora Paterniti;
Valerie E. Stone
78. A CLER Look at Morbidity and Mortality Conferences
Laura Fanucchi; Lia S. Logio; Eugenia Siegler
96. A Smartphone Application for Teaching Bayesian Interpretation of
Randomized Clinical Trials
Robert L. Goodman
79. Mastery Learning of Oral Case Presentation Skills
Heather L. Heiman; Toshiko Uchida; Gary J. Martin
97. 80. “Show me the follow-up!”: Implementation of Assessment based on
an Entrustable Professional Activity for Interns in Continuity Clinic
Ryan Laponis; Karen E. Hauer; Maya H. Dulay; Reena Gupta; Tacara
N. Soones; Jeff Kohlwes; Harry Hollander; Patricia S. O’Sullivan;
Katherine Julian
98. The Courteous Consult: A Pocket Card and Training to Improve
House Staff Consults
Lauren Peccoralo; Anna Podolsky; David T. Stern
81. Measuring and Evaluating Systems Thinking
Mamta K. Singh; Mary Dolansky; Shirley Moore; Aleece Caron; Patrick
Palmeri
The International Scholars Program (ISP): balancing research and
clinical care. Our ten year experience
Peter D. Bulova; Adeel Butt; Shanta M. Zimmer
99. An innovative educational program for primary care social service
physicians in rural Chiapas, Mexico
Andrew J. Van Wieren; Patrick F. Elliott; Patrick M. Newman; Lindsay
B. Palazuelos; Jafet Arrieta; Hugo E. Flores; Andrew L. Ellner; Daniel
Palazuelos
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74. Teaching Essential Skills: Training Medical Students in Quality
Improvement, Procedures, and Transitions of Care
Saumil Chudgar; William C. McManigle; Aubrey Jolly Graham;
Jonathan Bae; Noppon P. Setji; Cara L. O’Brien
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100. Withdrawn by Author
101. Direct Observation of Residents: A Novel Faculty Financial Incentive
Program
Lauren Acinapura; Nicole Sirotin; Johanna Martinez; Pamela Apolaya;
Christina Harris
102. If You Build It…Redesigning Primary Care Training Around Actively
Transforming Continuity Clinics
Richard Pels; Rachel Stark; Priyank Jain; Barbara Ogur; David Bor
103. Leadership Curriculum Helps Primary Care Residents Learn
Methods to Decrease Health Disparities
Katy Hicks; Kristin Burnett Fernandez
104. Outpatient Intensive Orientation Program
Ryan Nall; Anita Vanka; Kelly Ford; Howard Libman
105. Development and evaluation of a novel online ethics curriculum for
global health training
Matthew DeCamp; Joce Rodriguez; Michele Barry; Jeremy Sugarman
106. The “Professionalism Matrix”: A Tool to Teach and Evaluate
Professionalism
Van Geslani; Lawrence Loo; Sam Baz; Leah Tudtud-Hans
107. Pilot of a Direct Observation Program of Faculty Teaching Clinical
Skills
Rupel Dedhia; Melanie Gordon; Andem Ekpenyong
108. Medical students and physicians referred for remediation:
Descriptive statistics and outcomes
Jeannette Guerrasio; Eva M. Aagaard
109. Development and Execution of an Internal Medicine Subspecialty
Fellow Teaching Competition
Dustin T. Smith; Wendy S. Armstrong; Ryan M. Ford; Karen L. Law;
Kimberly D. Manning
110. Self-Assessment of Performance: A Novel Curriculum for Quality
Improvement Education
Kartik K. Patel; David A. Wininger
111. Leaning Towards Patient-Centered Teaching Rounds
Himani Divatia; Joseph Deutsch
112. Involving Attending Faculty in Resident Quality Improvement
Curriculum to Achieve ABIM Maintenance of Certification Credit
Julie L. Oyler; Lisa M. Vinci; Vineet Arora
113. Resident Engagement in Quality Improvement through the PatientCentered Medical Home
Thomas B. Morland; Kathie Huang; Alithea Gabrellas; Nicholas Leon;
Judy A. Shea
114. Sign-out: A Brief Educational Intervention and Analysis
Kevin D. Hauck; Lauren Shapiro
115. SAFE MED RECONCILIATION (SAtisfy patients using a MEDical
Resident EduCatiONal Intervention To Improve Outcomes)
Jessica Logan; Cherinne Arundel; Rebecca Swenson; Hanna Mariani
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116. Resident Attitudes as Learners and Teachers in Medical Simulation:
A Survey Study from the Massachusetts General Hospital
Department of Medicine
Lee Park; Ian Barbash; Ada Stefanescu; Katie Famous; Paul F. Currier
117. The Simulated Medical Education Program: New Senior Boot Camp
Bridget B. Stiegler
118. “Meet Your Colleagues”: Enhancing the Appeal of Education in
Collaborative Care
Traci A. Takahashi; Douglas B. Berger; Joyce E. Wipf; Sarah E.
Shannon; Brenda K. Zierler
119. Team-Based Education for Improving Panel Management in a
Patient Centered Medical Home
Anne Dembitzer; Colleen Gillespie; Lucas Dreamer; Ashley E. Jensen;
Rachel Blitzer; Katelyn Bennett; Mark D. Schwartz; Scott Sherman
120. Public Narrative as a Tool to Promote Team-Based Care
Rachael E. Bedard; Rachel Stark; Elizabeth Gaufberg
121. Withdrawn by Author
122. Educating Residents on Health and Health Care Disparities Through
an Interactive Web-based Module using Clinical Cases
Jessie K. Kimbrough-Sugick; Letitia Wright; Stephen Sisson
123. Increasing resident education and confidence in pressure ulcer
staging
Keri Holmes-Maybank; Patty J. Iverson; Justin Marsden; Jingwen
Zhang; Patrick D. Mauldin; William P. Moran
124. Integrating a Curriculum on Cost-Conscious Care into
Undergraduate Medical Education
Kimberly M. Tartaglia; Nicholas Kman; Holly Cronau; Cynthia Ledford
125. Effectiveness of a Quality Improvement Module within an Internal
Medicine (IM) Honor’s Elective for Medical Students
Kimberly M. Tartaglia; Curt Walker
126. Antibiotic Timeout Program: Implementing a Hospital Stewardship
Intervention
Kimberly M. Tartaglia; Curt Walker; Allison Heacock; Ivy Kuofie; Beth
Liston; Jessica West; Kurt Stevenson
127. Multidisciplinary Group Education Sessions Teaching Patient
Self-Management Skills Improves Outcomes For Low-Income, LowLiteracy Patients in an Urban Setting
Stacie Schmidt; Amber Knight; Lesley Miller; Shelly-Ann Fluker; David
Levitch; Jada C. Bussey-Jones; Mary Katherine Brown; Kristi Quairoli;
Michael Fost
128. Development of a multidisciplinary curriculum in accordance with
National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) guidelines for
the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH)
Stacie Schmidt; Shelly-Ann Fluker; Jada C. Bussey-Jones; Danielle
Jones; Kristina L. Lundberg; Stacy Higgins
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Annual Awards Banquet and
Keynote Address
Acknowledgement of the Following Awards
Plaza Ballroom A, B, C
Welcoming Remarks
Awards Ceremony
Darcy A. Reed, MD, MPH and David
C. Thomas, MD, MHPE, SGIM 36th
Annual Meeting Chair and Co-Chair
Mary O’Flaherty Horn
Scholars in General Internal
Medicine Program
Mid-Career Education
Mentorship Award
Monica Lypson, MD
Jessica Campbell, MD
Acknowledgement of the Following Awards
ACLGIM Division Chief’s
Recognition
ACLGIM Leadership
Award
Katrina Armstrong, MD, MSCE
April Fitzgerald, MD
Clinical Vignette
Presentation Award
Founders Grant
Louise Walter, MD
Alexander Smith, MD, MS, MPH
Outstanding Jr. Investigator
of the Year
Scholarship in Medical
Education
Monica Peek, MD, MPH
Reena Karani, MD, MPHE
Quality and Practice
Innovation Award
St Joseph’s Hospital &
Medical Center
Presentation of the Following Awards
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Joanna Starrels, MD, MS
Best Published Paper
of the Year
Melissa B. Weimer, DO, MPH
TBD
Lawrence S. Linn Award
Mid-Career Research
Mentorship Award
Keynote Address
Generalist Leaders and
Wicked Problems
Catherine Reinis Lucey, MD
Vice Dean for Education, University of California,
San Francisco School of Medicine
Introduction of 2014 Annual Meeting
Neda Ratanawongsa, MD, MPH, Chair
Geraldine E. Menard, MD, MS, Co-Chair
Elnora M. Rhodes
Service Award
Carol Bates, MD
National Award for
Career Achievements in
Medical Education
Patricia Thomas, MD
David R. Calkins Award
in Health Policy Advocacy
Oliver Fein, MD
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CONCURRENT SESSION D | 3:00 – 4:30 pm
CONCURRENT SESSION D AT A GLANCE
CLINICAL UPDATE, SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM and
WORKSHOP SESSIONS
CUD1
Gold Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
CUD2
Spruce Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
CUD3
Plaza E, Plaza Building Concourse
SSD1
Plaza F, Plaza Building Concourse
SSD2
Plaza D, Plaza Building Concourse
VAD
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building Concourse
WD01 Tower Court C, Tower Building 2nd Level
WD02 Tower Court B, Tower Building 2nd Level
CUD2
Spruce Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Update in Pain Medicine
Category: Clinical Practice
Coordinator: Daniel P. Alford, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Medicine,
Boston University School of Medicine, Boston Medical Center
Additional Faculty: Matthew J. Bair, MD, MS, Indiana University School of
Medicine; William Becker, MD, Yale University School of Medicine; Joseph
W. Frank, MD, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Erin E. Krebs, MD, MPH,
Minneapolis VA Center for Chronic Disease Outcomes Research, University
of Minnesota; Jane M. Liebschutz, MD, MPH, Boston University School of
Medicine, Boston Medical Center
WD03 Columbine Room, Tower Building, Terrace Level
CUD3
WD04 Governor’s Square 16, Plaza Building, Concourse
Clinical Update in Geriatrics
WD05 Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building Concourse
WD06 Governor’s Square 10, Plaza Building Concourse
WD08 Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building Concourse
WD09 Silver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
WD10 Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building Concourse
WD11 Denver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
WD12 Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Building Concourse
WD13 Tower Court A, Tower Building 2nd Level
WD14 Terrace Room, Tower Building Terrace Level
WD15 Century Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT SESSIONS
ASD1
Directors Row H, Plaza Building Lobby Level
ASD2
Directors Row E, Plaza Building Lobby Level
ASD3
Directors Row I, Plaza Building Lobby Level
ASD4
Directors Row J, Plaza Building Lobby Level
CLINICAL VIGNETTE SESSION D
CVD
Tower Court D Tower Building 2nd Level
Plaza E, Plaza Building Concourse
Category: Clinical Practice
Coordinator: Danelle Cayea, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of
Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Hollis Day, MD, MS, University of Pittsburgh School of
Medicine; Helen M. Fernandez, MD, MPH, Mount Sinai School of Medicine;
Rainier P. Soriano, MD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
SSD1
Plaza F, Plaza Building Concourse
Off the Treadmill! Preventing Burnout in General Internal
Medicine
Category: Leadership and Administration
Coordinator: Mark Linzer, MD, General Internal Medicine, Hennepin
County Medical Center
Additional Faculty: Rachel Levine, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine; David Meltzer, MD, PhD, University of Chicago; Carole
M. Warde, MD, Greater Los Angeles VA Health System; Colin P. West, MD,
PhD, Mayo Clinic
SSD2
Plaza D, Plaza Building Concourse
Community Partnerships: Developing, Sustaining, and
Growing Successful Relationships
CUD1
Gold Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Update in HIV Medicine for the General Internist
Category: Clinical Practice
Coordinator: E. J. Edelman, MD, MHS, Assistant Professor of Medicine,
Department of Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Gail Berkenblit, MD, PhD, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine; Amina A. Chaudhry, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins
University School of Medicine; Joseph Cofrancesco, MD, MPH, Johns
Hopkins University School of Medicine; Lynn E. Fiellin, MD, Yale University
School of Medicine; James M. Sosman, MD, University of Wisconsin School
of Medicine and Public Health
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Category: Health Policy/Advocacy/Social Justice
Coordinator: Hilary K. Seligman, MD, MAS, Assistant Professor, Division of
General Internal Medicine, University of California, San Francisco
Additional Faculty: Olveen Carrasquillo, MD, MPH, University of Miami;
Giselle Corbie-Smith, MD, MSc, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill;
Monica E. Peek, MD, MPH, The University of Chicago
VAD
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building Concourse
Integrating Peer Support into Chronic Disease Management
Category: VA Series
Coordinator: Jeff Whittle, MD, MPH, Director of Health Services Research,
Primary Care Division, Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center
Additional Faculty: David Edelman, MD, MHS, Durham VA Medical Center
and Duke University Medical Center; Michelle Heisler, MD, MPA, Ann Arbor
VA Center for Clinical Management Research and University of Michigan;
Judith A. Long, MD, Philadelphia VA CHERP
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CONCURRENT SESSION D | 3:00 – 4:30 pm
WD01
WD05
Tower Court C, Tower Building, 2nd Level
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building, Concourse
Hand-Overs: Coaching Residents to Avoid the Fumble
Overcoming Bias, Building Resilience
Category: Hospital-Based Medicine
Coordinator: Deepa Bhatnagar, MD, Department of Medicine, Tulane
University
Additional Faculty: Ryan Kraemer, MD, University of Alabama, Birmingham;
Michael D. Landry, MD, Tulane University; Lisa L. Willett, MD, University
of Alabama, Birmingham
Category: Health Disparities/Vulnerable Populations
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Disparities Task Force
Coordinator: Karen R. Horowitz, MD, Department of Medicine, Louis Stokes
Cleveland VAMC, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Tracie Collins, MD, MPH, John H. Stroger Jr. Hospital
of Cook County, Rush Medical College; Benjamin Mba, MD, University
of Kansas School of Medicine; Monica E. Peek, MD, MPH, University
of Chicago School of Medicine; Robert Saqueton, MD, Advocate Illinois
Masonic Medical Center
WD02
Tower Court B, Tower Building, 2nd Level
Teaching and Using Patient-centered Interviewing:
Improving Satisfaction, Efficiency and Effectiveness
WD06
Governor’s Square 10, Plaza Building, Concourse
Category: Clinical Medicine
Coordinator: Auguste H. Fortin, MD, MPH, Department of Medicine, Yale
School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Francesca C. Dwamena, MD, MS, Michigan State
University; Richard M. Frankel, PhD, Indiana University; Stephen Holt,
MD, MS, Yale School of Medicine; Robert C. Smith, MD, MS, Michigan State
University
“RePlay Health”: A Serious Game for Understanding US
Health System Dynamics and Policy Interventions
Category: Health Policy/Advocacy/Social Justice
Coordinator: Patrick T. Lee, MD, Director, Global Primary Care Program,
Department of Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital
Additional Faculty: Mary Flanagan, PhD, Dartmouth Tiltfactor Game
Research Lab; L. Landy, Fannie E. Rippel Foundation; Max Seidman,
Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science
WD03
Columbine Room, Tower Building, Terrace Level
WD08
Candid Conversations: Talking with Patients about Sexual
Health
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building, Concourse
Enhance Your Negotiation Skills: Leadership Development
for GIM
Category: Leadership and Administration
Submitted in Conjunction with: ACLGIM
Coordinator: Deborah L. Burnet, MD, MA, Department of Medicine,
University of Chicago
Additional Faculty: Tracie Collins, MD, MPH, University of Kansas, Wichita;
Karen Kim, The University of Chicago; Jennifer Smith, MD, Stroger-Cook
County Hospital, Cook County Health & Hospitals System; Monica Vela, MD,
The University of Chicago; Lisa M. Vinci, MD, MS, The University of Chicago
WD04
Governor’s Square 16, Plaza Building, Concourse
WD09
Oh Say Can You C: Training Generalists for Their Roles as
Front Line Hepatitis C Screeners, Counselors, and Treaters in
the New Era of Birth Cohort Screening
Silver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Teaching Professionalism in Social Media
Category: Clinical Medicine
Coordinator: Jeffrey J. Weiss, PhD, MS, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Shelly-Ann Fluker, MD, Emory University School of
Medicine; Katherine Krauskopf, MD, MPH, Mount Sinai School of Medicine;
Alain H. Litwin, MD, MPH, MS, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Lesley
Miller, MD, Emory University School of Medicine; Judith Tsui, MD, MPH,
Boston University
Small Group Discussion Leaders: Donald Gardenier, DNP, Mount Sinai
School of Medicine; Kristina L. Lundberg, MD, Emory University School of
Medicine; Keith M. Sigel, MD, MPH, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Coordinator: Neil Mehta, MBBS, MS, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of
Medicine of Case Western Reserve University
Additional Faculty: J. H. Isaacson, MD, Cleveland Clinic; Frances J. Mao,
Cleveland Clinic
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Category: Clinical Medicine
Submitted in Conjunction with: Institute of Healthcare Communication
Coordinator: Shakaib U. Rehman, MD, Professor of Medicine, Medical
University of South Carolina/RHJ VAMC
Additional Faculty: William T. Branch, MD, Emory University; Monica
Broome, MD, University of Miami; Dennis W. Cope, MD, FACP, UCLA
San Fernando Valley Program; Elizabeth Kachur, PhD, Medical Education
Development
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CONCURRENT SESSION D | 3:00 – 4:30 pm
WD10
WD14
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building Concourse
Terrace Room, Tower Building Terrace Level
Getting to Professor: Strategies for Promotion for Minority
Faculty
Assessing Resident Entrustable Professional Activities: The
Patient Centered Medical Home as an Example
Category: Personal/Professional Development
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Disparities Task Force; SGIM
Minorities in Medicine Interest Group
Coordinator: Valerie E. Stone, MD, MPH, Department of Medicine,
Massachusetts General Hospital
Additional Faculty: Lisa A. Cooper, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins; Giselle
Corbie-Smith, MD, MSc, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; William
Cunningham, MD, MPH, University of California, Los Angeles; Alicia
Fernandez, MD, University of California, San Francisco; Eliseo J. PerezStable, MD, University of California, San Francisco; Wally R. Smith, MD,
Virginia Commonwealth University; Donna L. Washington, MD, MPH,
Greater Los Angeles VA Medical Center
Coordinator: Anna Chang, MD, University of California, San Francisco
Additional Faculty: Judith Bowen, MD, Oregon Health & Science University;
Kelly Caverzagie, MD, University of Nebraska Medical Center; Shobhina G.
Chheda, MD, MPH, FACP, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and
Public Health; Michael Green, MD, MSc, Yale University School of Medicine;
Michael J. Rosenblum, MD, Baystate Medical Center
Small Group Discussion Leaders: Elizabeth Eckstrom, MD, MPH, Oregon
Health & Science University; Richard M. Frankel, PhD, Indiana University
School of Medicine
WD15
Century Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Teaching Cost-Conscious Patient Care
WD11
Denver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Bringing It at the Bedside: Innovative Strategies for Teaching
the Physical Examination with Confidence
Category: Personal/Professional Development
Coordinator: Lisa B. Bernstein, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine,
Department of Medicine, Emory University
Additional Faculty: Kimberly D. Manning, MD, Emory University
WD12
Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Building Concourse
Managing Change and Redesigning Systems: Strategies to
Identify, Prioritize and Sustain Innovative Practice
Category: Quality of Care/Patient Safety
Coordinator: Bradley N. Doebbeling, MD, MSc, FACP, VA HSR&D Center on
Implementing Evidence-based Practice, Indianapolis VAMC
Additional Faculty: Steven Asch, MD, MPH, Stanford School of Medicine;
Blair W. Fosburgh, MD, Harvard School of Medicine; Margaret Plews-Ogan,
MD, University of Virginia Health System
WD13
Coordinator: Ryan Kraemer, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Director
of General Internal Medicine, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Additional Faculty: Deepa Bhatnagar, MD, Tulane University; Michael D.
Landry, MD, Tulane School of Medicine, Tulane University; Brita Roy, MD,
MPH, MS, University of Alabama, Birmingham; Benjamin Taylor, University
of Alabama, Birmingham
Abstract Session D1
Lipkin Finalists
Directors Row H, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Moderators: Stephan D. Fihn, MD, MPH, Past President, SGIM 1998-1999
1. The Role of Provider Continuity in Racial Disparities in Chronic Care
Outcomes
Rose M. Kakoza; Thomas D. Sequist
2. National trends in opioid prescribing among patients at risk of opioid
misuse: 2001-2010
Marc Larochelle; Fang Zhang; Dennis Ross-Degnan; James F. Wharam
3. Inviting Patients to Read their Doctor’s Notes: Who reads them and
what happens over time?
John N. Mafi; Roanne Mejilla; Henry J. Feldman; Jan Walker; Long Ngo;
Jonathan Darer; Christina C. Wee; Tom Delbanco
4. National trends in processes and outcomes of care for elderly
patients hospitalized for pneumonia
Jonathan S. Lee; Wato Nsa; Leslie R. Hausmann; Amal N. Trivedi; Dale
W. Bratzler; Dana Auden; Kate Goodrich; Fiona M. Larbi; Michael J.
Fine
5.
A randomized controlled trial of a community health worker posthospital care transitions intervention for low socioeconomic status
patients
Shreya Kangovi; David Grande; Nandita Mitra; Jeffrey Sellman; Mary
L. White; Sharon McCollum; Richard Shannon; Judith A. Long
6. Medical Education in Health Policy Before and After the Affordable
Care Act
Mitesh Patel; Monica L. Lypson; Matthew M. Davis
Tower Court A, Tower Building 2nd Level
Innovative Methods to Adjust for Confounding in
Observational Studies
Category: Research Methods
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Research Committee
Coordinator: Eric Mortensen, MD, VA North Texas Health Care System
Additional Faculty: Guoqing Chen, PhD, MD, Michael E. DeBakey VA
Medical Center; Arthur Westover, MD, MSCS, University of Texas
Southwestern Medical Center
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CONCURRENT SESSION D | 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Abstract Session D2
Medical Education Scholarship and
Professional Development
Abstract Session D4
Quality of Care/Patient Safety
Directors Row J, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Moderators: David Haggstrom, MD and Geoffrey C. Lamb, MD
Directors Row E, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Moderator: Bradley A. Sharpe, MD
1. 2. The Effects of a Decade of Progressive Duty Hour Limitations at a
Multi-Hospital Internal Medicine Residency Program
Michael F. Krug; Heather L. Davidson; P. L. Wander; Joyce E. Wipf
Resident-led intervention targeting high-utilizing patients in a
resident continuity clinic shows promise in improving residents’
competency in systems-based practice
Sean Tackett; Melissa Dattalo; Marc Larochelle; Ryan E. Childers; Huy
Do; Lauren Graham; Lana R. Elpert; Stephanie Nothelle; Fernanda
Porto Carreiro; Justin Elfrey; Laura Hanyok
3. Transitions of Care: Internal Medicine PGY1 Ambulatory Education
Rachel K. Miller; Christina R. Whitehouse; Jerry Johnson; Jennifer
Lapin; Karen B. Hirschman
4. Attending and Intern Evaluations of Residents
Cynthia Kay; Michael Frank; Jeffrey L. Jackson
5. Teamwork Assessment in Internal Medicine: A Systematic Review of
Validity Evidence and Outcomes
Rachel Havyer; Majken T. Wingo; Nneka Comfere; Darlene R. Nelson;
Andrew J. Halvorsen; Furman S. McDonald; Darcy Reed
6. 1. Impact of Public Reporting of Hospital Readmission Rates on
Emergency Department Admission Decisions
Matthew J. Press; Zachary Meisel; Michael Pesko; Andrew Ryan
2. The Association Between Outpatient Experience of Care and
Subsequent Resource Utilization in a Primary Care Network
Charlotte E. Ward; Jeffrey M. Ashburner; Wei He; Steven J. Atlas
3. Association of hospital volume with risk-standardized readmission
rates
Leora I. Horwitz; Zhenqiu Lin; Jeph Herrin; Chohreh Partovian;
Jacqueline N. Grady; Julia Montague; Lisa G. Suter; Joseph S. Ross;
Susannah Bernheim; Harlan M. Krumholz; Elizabeth E. Drye
4. Predictors of potential blood pressure overtreatment in older
veterans with diabetes
Lillian Min; Timothy Hofer; Robert Holleman; Adam S. Wilk; Eve A.
Kerr
5. Overuse, Underuse, and Misuse of Colorectal Cancer Screening Tests
Gina R. Kruse; Sami M. Khan; Alan M. Zaslavsky; John Z. Ayanian;
Thomas D. Sequist
6. Comparison of the Quality of Patient Referrals from Physicians,
Physician Assistants, and Nurse Practitioners to an Academic
General Internal Medicine Practice
Thomas J. Beckman; Robert Lohr; Colin P. West; Margaret Beliveau;
Paul Daniels; Mark Nyman; William Mundell; Nina M. Schwenk;
Jayawant N. Mandrekar; James M. Naessens
Using OSCE Cases to Assess Resident Physicians’ Competence in
Inter-professional Collaborative Practice
Colleen Gillespie; Barbara Porter; Margaret Horlick; Kathleen Hanley;
Jennifer Adams; Jaclyn Fox; Angela Burgess; Sondra Zabar
Abstract Session D3
Joint SGIM- Society of Medical Decision Making
(SMDM) Abstract Session
Clinical VignDate Session D
The Woes of Eos
Tower Court D, Tower Building 2nd level
Moderators: Majken T. Wingo, MD
Discussant: Chad S. Miller, MD
1. 1. Eosinophilic Cardiomyopathy with Endomyocardial Fibrosis
Jason Sayanlar
2. Eosinophilic Pleural Effusion: A worm by another name?
Jessica R. Howard-Anderson; Timothy Canan; Michael D. Roth;
Edward Ha
3. Breast Malignancy Masquerading Under the Cloak of Acute Urticaria
Erin P. O’Donnell; Cooper Wriston; Rachel Havyer
4. Beware of Doxies: Targeting the Drug Reaction with Eosinophilia and
Systemic Symptoms (DRESS) Syndrome
Jay Liu; Julie Simpson; Mona Rizeq; Robert Burke
5. Satisfying an Itch From The Inside Out
Matthew N. Peters; Morgan J. Katz; Allison Egan; Deepa Bhatnagar
2. 3. Cost-conscious medical decision-making: patients’ perspectives on
screening and physicians’ roles regarding cost barriers
David Grande; Margaret Lowenstein; Madeleine P. Tardif; Carolyn C.
Cannuscio
Evidence-based risk communication: A systematic review
Daniella A. Zipkin; Elizabeth Allen; Rebecca Beyth; Scott Kaatz; Nancy
L. Keating; Devin Mann; Jeremy Sussman; Connie Schardt; Craig A.
Umscheid; Deborah Korenstein; Avishek Nagi; Richard Sloane; David
Feldstein
Clinicians and Numbers: Usability and Validity of a Measure of
Critical Risk Interpretation (CRIT)
Tanner Caverly; Allan V. Prochazka; Brian P. Lucas; Shane Mueller;
Ingrid A. Binswanger; Jean Kutner; Brandon Combs; Daniel Matlock
4. Cost-Effectiveness of Novel Oral Anticoagulation Strategies for
Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation
William Canestaro; Amanda R. Patrick; Jerry Avorn; Kouta Ito; Olga S.
Matlin; Troyen A. Brennan; William Shrank; Niteesh K. Choudhry
5. Statins in Whose Water? Modeling Relative Cost-Saving of Over-theCounter Statin Use in Selected American Populations Independent
of Lipid Levels
David Heller; Pamela G. Coxson; Mark J. Pletcher; Lee Goldman;
Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo
6. The Effect of Information Presentation on the Decision to Undergo
Elective Percutaneous Coronary Intervention
Michael B. Rothberg; Laura Scherer; Mohammed Amin Kashef; Henry
Ting; Megan Coylewright; Brian Zikmund-Fisher
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Directors Row I, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Moderators: Neal V. Dawson, MD and Joel Tsevat, MD, MPH
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Clinical Vignette Poster Session 2 | 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Grand Ballroom, Tower Building 2nd Level
Master Clinician Walking Tour: Robert M. Centor, MD; Past President SGIM,
2006-2007
Poster Session Organization
Posters 1-26
Cardiovascular Disease
Posters 28-47
Hematology/Oncology
Posters 48-57
Immunology/Rheumatology
Posters 58-87
Infectious Diseases
Posters 89-95
Medication-related Complications
Posters 97-106
Endocrinology and Metabolism
Posters 107-119
Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Posters 126-131
Nephrology
1. WAILINGS & WELLENS’
Kate Hust; Anjali Niyogi
2. Cough Syrup to Ease A Troubled Heart
Naomi Karlen; Morgan J. Katz; Ardalan Minokadeh
3. The Best Part of Waking Up
Naomi Karlen; Ardalan Minokadeh; Morgan J. Katz
4. Is Adenosine Really To Blame?
Jerson Munoz-Mendoza; Veronica A. Pinto Miranda; Henry C.
Quevedo; Rafael F. Sequeira
5. Severing Your Lifeline
Jerson Munoz-Mendoza; Veronica A. Pinto Miranda; Amit Badiye;
Sandra V. Chaparro
18. Positional hypotension and Acute limb Ischemia due to Mitral Valve
Fibroelastoma: A Diagnostic Dilemma
Naba R. Mainali; Madan Badal; Madan R. Aryal; Richard Alweis
19. Intrahepatic Portal Vein Thrombosis: is gastric surgery a risk factor?
Naba R. Mainali; Madan R. Aryal; Madan Badal; Richard Alweis
20. When Adding Spice Can Threaten Life
Robert B. Werner; Nazrul Chowdhury; Roger D. Smalligan
21. First do no harm: corticosteroids and recurrent pericarditis
Yogita Segon; Ankur Segon
22. An unusual and terminal cause of syncope
Yogita Segon; Ankur Segon
23. Native mitral valve endocarditis caused by Staphylococcus capitis
Rommel Del Rosario; Mohammed Bahaa Aldeen; Mashrafi Ahmed
24. Acute leukemic pericarditis in a challenging clinical situation: A case
report
Arshad A. Javed; Muhammad A. Shahzad; Sagar Mallikethi Lepakshi
Reddy
25. Time to Bring Steroids in the Management of Levamisole Induced
Vasculopathy?
Arshad A. Javed; Rohit Gupta; Sri B. Yadlapalli; Muhammad A.
Shahzad; Shabnam Ali; Rajaie Namas
26. To Bleed AND Not to Bleed: Acute Hematoma and Acute Venous
Thrombosis on Warfarin therapy
Akshay Manohar; Nadereh Nasserhelali; Emily Chen; Dhruti Patel
27. Thrombotic Storm- ‘Wolf at the door’ - a rare case of arteriovenous
clots
Madan Badal; Paras Karmacharya; Naba R. Mainali; Madan Badal
28. Helicobacter Pylori as a possible precipitant of immune
thrombocytopenia purpura
Christopher Sankey; Carly B. Brown
6. Non-compaction Cardiomyopathy; One More Differential Diagnosis
Benyam G. Alemu; Itzhak Kronzon
7. Recognizing the Hoof Beats of a Zebra
Jessica H. Voit; Daniel R. Zeve; Blake R. Barker
29. The Sister Mary Joseph nodule as presentation of advanced
malignant peritoneal mesothelioma
Christopher Sankey; Ke Zhang
8. Hypereosinophilic Syndrome: FISHing for a Diagnosis
Oliver Horne, K. Holmes-Maybank
30. A SNEAKY SICKLE
Kenneth Levin; Caley McIntyre; Deepa Bhatnagar
9. A 36 Year old Gentleman with Shortness of Breath: A Rare “Sinus”
Problem
Navya Nambudiri; Vinod E. Nambudiri; Nabil Shafi; Jayashri Aragam
31. 10. A Tricky Troponin
Morgan J. Katz; Matthew N. Peters
11. Eosinophilia: More Than Just Allergies and Worms
Morgan J. Katz; Matthew N. Peters; Ardalan Minokadeh
12. Taking Away More Than You Bargained For
Morgan J. Katz; Matthew N. Peters; John Wysocki; Chayan Chakraborti
13. Chest Pain in a Young Woman with Spontaneous Coronary Artery
Dissection
Hirotaka Matsuura; Christine Kwan
14. Moyamoya Disease as Potential Contributor to Recurrent Stroke in A
57-Year-Old Man
Erin Liu; Thomas Deleon; Kuo-Chiang Lian
15. 16. 17. 62
Levitiracetam Induced Pericardial Effusion, not Your Common
Cause of Pericardial Effusion
Madan R. Aryal; Madan Badal; Anthony Donato
Not Just Another Cause of Confusion- A Case of Steroid Responsive
Encephalopathy
Madan R. Aryal; Ravi Shahukhal; Yagna R. Bhattrai; Naba R. Mainali
Athlete’s Heart
Mohammed Bahaa Aldeen; Rahul Chandra
PURPURA FROM PENIA, ALL PENDING PLATELET POWER
Rachel Sandler
32. WHERE HAVE ALL THE MYCOBACTERIA GONE?
Rachel Sandler; Kyle Widmer
33. Heart Failure after single dose of Doxorubicin
Swati Gulati; Neha Jaswal; Shweta Gupta; Susan McDunn
34. Acute Intermittent Porphyria Attack by a ‘safe’ Medication
Andrew Goins; Jacob Lepard; Gregory Nieckula; Maria Tudor
35. A case of advanced testicular cancer in a society of racial and
socioeconomic health disparity
Michael Kaufman; Diane L. Levine
36. The Association of Parvovirus B19 and Type I Cryoglobulinemia
Narendranath Epperla; Steven H. Yale
37. Drugs Smarter than the Bugs: Mirtazapine and Mefloquine therapy
for non-AIDS Related Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy
Narendranath Epperla; Steven H. Yale
38.
Septic thrombophlebitis and osteomyelitis in a patient with mycosis
fungoides
Jeffrey J. Hsu
39. A case with uncommon cause of chest pain presented to ED
Mirai Ido; Yushi Kawazoe; Junya Okumura; Yasuteru Sugino; Shinichi
Mizuno; Mitsunori Iwase
40. Amyloidosis: the forgotten Factor X deficiency
Anita Pudusseri; Ellen Wexler; Robert E. Graham
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Clinical Vignette Poster Session 2 | 3:00 – 4:30 pm
41. Title: Systemic Mastocytosis- An Introduction to a Rare
Hematological Disorder Requiring Careful Diagnostic Planning
Misako Nagasaka; Hirokazu Ban; Masayuki Nigo; Efat Azizi; Alfred
Burger; Ilan Shapira
65. Mollaret’s Meningitis in a patient without mononuclear
predominanc
Salim Hamadeh; Harsha Ramchandani; James Kruer
66. Vertebral osteomyelitis presenting as atypical chest pain
Janine Adamczyk; Aaron Fox
42. A rare insertion: HTLV-1 induced Adult T-cell leukemia-lymphoma
(ATLL)
Doyun Park; Geeta Laud
67. An Unusual Presentation of West Nile Virus
Katrin Usifo; Jennifer Dooley; Shadi Ayyoub; William C. Crowe
43. Hepatocellular carcinoma presenting with cervical instability
Paulina Alcalan
68. Fevers and Intermittent Jaundice - Not Your Typical GI Problem
Sweetheart Ador-Dionisio; Stacey E. Jolly; J. H. Isaacson
44. Hypereosinophilia as a Paraneoplastic Syndrome
Mimi C. Tan; Lee Lu
69. “Doc, just cut my arm off!”
Sweetheart Ador-Dionisio; Stacey E. Jolly
45. A Bloody Beast Hiding in the Chest
Salman J. Bandeali; Vu Hoang; Lee Lu
70. Diarrhea in an Expatriate: Exotic or Routine?
Shing-Yu Lin
46. Another Lupus flare?
Eric M. Nelsen; Tony Chon
71. 47. A Great Masquerader
Christina M. Cruz; Yelena Averbukh
72. A snake’s kiss can be as deadly as his bite
Manisha Bhide; Bryan Brimhall
48. Hydroxychloroquine Induced Cardiomyopathy
Anita Sultan; Simon P. Crass; Matthew Bernstein; Sherief N. Khalil;
Vaqar Ahmed; Shakaib U. Rehman
73. Abdominal pain and neuropathy
Manisha Bhide
74. A Case of Chronic, Localized Lymphadenopathy
Tanya Gupta; Karen Levy; Sophia M. Li; Neil J. Farber
49. “Is it or isn’t it lupus?”: A case of newly diagnosed Systemic Lupus
Erythematosus (SLE) postpartum.
Irem Nasir
75. A challenging case of nodular lymphangitis
Mona Hassan; Eiad Sabia; Sean Drake
50. Olanzapine induced Cutaneous Leukocytoclastic Vasculitis
Paras Karmacharya; Madan R. Aryal; Anthony A. Donato
51. 76. Group G Streptococcal Endocarditis
Prashant Prasad; Sarah Moorhead; Brian Zwecker; Samir Desai
Heart Stopping Tick
Paras Karmacharya; Madan R. Aryal
77. 52. It’s Not Reefer Madness!
Supreeti Behuria; Alfred Burger
53. Withdrawn By Author
54. A case of non-remitting meningitis
Ravi Thimmisetty; Ritu Madan; Kyle Register; Mansumeet Singh; Mary
Tadros
56. Pus, Thrombosis and Fusobacterium necrophorum Infection: a
recurrent theme.
Zahrae Sandouk; Dora Montezuma; Abdul Kareem Uduman; Allison
Weinmann
57. 78. Isolated Legionella Pericarditis Complicated by Large Pericardial
Effusion.
Mahmoud Abdelghany; Nervana Mahmoud; Saba Waseem; KM Anwar
Hussain
79. Pneumonia in an Immunosuppressed Patient without HIV: Initial
Considerations and Prophylaxis
Michael J. Plakke; Leena Jalota; Benjamin Lloyd
80. Ring-Enhancing Brain Lesion in a Young Adult: Work Your Magic,
Doctor
Michael J. Plakke; Sarah H. Van Tassel; Khan K. Chaichana; Benjamin
Lloyd
81. A “Queso fresco” conundrum—Acute hepatitis due to Brucellosis
Arta Lahiji; Sahar Soleymani; Phuong-Chi Pham; Glenn Mathisen
58. A Rare Case of Disseminated Mucormycosis in a Patient without
Severe Immunocompromise
Arta Lahiji; Yasmeen Kabir; Wilson Quezada
59. Doubly Uncommon
Ben Ravaee
60. WHAT’S GOING ON IN THIS MAN’S HEAD?
Brian Cruz; Sancia Ferguson
61. Depression and Capacity? An Ethical Question on Autonomy
Brian Cruz
62. Infective Endocarditis complicated by Septic Pulmonary Emboli in a
Chronic Intravenous Drug User
David B. Zagha; Avni S. Shah; Natalie K. Levy
63. A rare cause of Hepatic Vein Thrombosis in a young man
Dima Dandachi; Habtamu Asrat; Sathish kumar Krishnan; Ahmet A.
Oktay
64. Typical presentation of an uncommon cause of back pain.
Gurkaran Garcha; Priti Dangayach; Himabindu Kadiyala
Back to School: A Case of Infectious Diarrhea
Kristen Marrone; Dinah Foer
Beyond “complicated” UTI: Emphysematous pyelonephritis
secondary to perforated diverticulitis with colocolonic fistula
Melissa Y. Wei; Lesley Miller
82. A non-malignant endobronchial tumor in a smoker.
Anene Ukaigwe; Oluwakemi Fagbami
83. Clozapine and Brugada - Unlikely But True
Anene Ukaigwe; Adetokunbo Oluwasanjo; Anthony A. Donato
84. Endometrial Tuberculosis presenting as primary infertility: An
interesting case
Swati Choudhary; Harsha Ramchandani; David Steinberger; Randall
Sternberg; Jaya Edukulla; Vijayashree Mekala
85. Brain abscess: When common headache becomes uncommon
Sarah W. DeParis; Khan K. Chaichana; Anene Ukaigwe; Michael J.
Plakke; Richard Alweis
86. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and infective endocarditis:
Recognizing the at-risk patient.
Sarah W. DeParis; Patrick Hart, Khan K. Chaichana
87. A rare case of Valproate induced Hyperammonemic
Encephalopathy(VHE).
Amareshwar Podugu; Mohamad Adam; Asha Chakka
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55. Cryofibrinogenemia: Not Just Skin Deep.
Zahrae Sandouk; Zaid Alirhayim; Syed Hassan; Waqas Qureshi
CMV Mononucleosis and Colitis in a Previously Healthy Adult
Maureen C. Dale; Christine D. Jones
friday
Clinical Vignette Poster Session 2 | 3:00 – 4:30 pm
88. Proceed With Caution!
David Burkland; Lee Lu; Anna Kolpakchi; Ikedieze Chukwu
89. A simple rash or a deadly killer?
Jessica Hurst
112. Routine Colonoscopy, Not So Routine After All: Serrated Polyposis
Syndrome (SPS)
Dhruti Patel; Daniel Goldsmith; Joseph DeAntonio; Joshua Cantor;
Jyoti Bhatia; Armen Simonian; Akshay Manohar
90. Making a list and checking it twice: the importance of accurate
medication reconciliation in establishing a life-threatening
diagnosis.
Thomas Radomski; Harish Jasti
113. Back pain and blindness: unusual complication of Ulcerative Colitis
Artur Viana; Jacob Feldman
91. 115. Gastric pneumatosis: an uncommon cause of epigastric pain with a
wide prognostic and management spectrum
Leyda Callejas; Manuel O. Gonzalez
What walks like cellulitis, and talks like cellulitis, but isn’t cellulitis?
Susanna A. Curtis; Manuela Calvo
92. Withdrawn by Author
93. Caution:Lithium Induced Multiorgan Dysfunction in the Elderly
Amitpal S. Nat; Amritpal S. Nat; Meghan Rane; Josh Harrison
94. Synthetic Marijuana: A Different Breed of Weed
Amitpal S. Nat; Shraddha Goyal; Amritpal S. Nat; Luke Yuhico; Arman
Khorasani-zadeh; Bhargav Mudda; Amit Sharma; Amit Sharma;
Michael C. Iannuzzi
95. Hormones and Heartbreaks
Ishani Pathmanathan; Varsha Somasekharan; Deepa Bhatnagar
96. Diabetes Insipidus As The Presenting Manifestation Of A Rare
Pituitary Disorder
Dustin T. Smith; Jenna Kay; Danielle Jones
97. Thyrotoxicosis and abdominal symptoms—a diagnostic challenge
David Kim; Sonya Gupta; Supratik Rayamajhi
98. The triad: Diabetic ketoacidosis, severe hypertriglyceridemia and
acute pancreatitis
Eunice Y. Chuang; Indumathy Varadarajan
99. The great radicular artery of Adamkiewicz
Eunice Y. Chuang; Indumathy Varadarajan
100. An Unusual Cause Of Hyperthyroidism
Mary Anne Mani; Kenneth C. Raney
101. Graves Disease as a delayed manifestation of immune reconstitution
inflammatory syndrome in a HIV patient
Kalpana Nagarkar; Salman Azim; Anasse Souidi; Akshay Manohar;
Daniel Goldsmith
102. Hyponatremia: A Complication of Intra-articular Corticosteroid
Injection
Andrew J. Zane; Jingbo Huang; Shankar Bettadahalli; Sreelatha
Chalasani
114. Acute Diverticulitis: Not Just for the Young at Heart
Komal D’Souza; Stacie Schmidt
116. Acute hepatic failure in Adult-Onset Still’s Disease - a rare
manifestation: Dramatic response to pulse methylprednisolone
therapy
Nalini Valluru; Michael Windham; Venkata S. Tammana; Eyasu
Mekonen
117. Life Threatening Gastrointestinal Bleeding in an AIDS patient. Don’t
Forget About Kaposi’s Sarcoma!
Raji Shameem; Niket Sonpal; Pooja Kumar; Ladan Ahmadi
118. Reverse Broken Heart Syndrome. Is the Beta-2 Agonist a Culprit?
Raji Shameem; Niket Sonpal; Zakaria Majeed; Robert E. Graham
119. Sexually Transmitted Proctitis
Elena Lebduska
120. Why vital signs are vital: tachycardia as a sign of something more
insidious
Joseph T. Knapper; Bhavin Adhyaru
121. A rare case of CAP presenting with pneumococcal meningitis with
pneumocephalus.
Kameron Ashker; Sourabh Prabhakar; Nitin Bhanot; Supriya
Narasimhan
122. Tigecycline: Cautionary Tale
Dhara J. Chaudhari; Samit Bhatheja; Wael Zakaria
123. Doc! “I see monsters when I try to sleep.”
Dhara J. Chaudhari; David Ginn
124. Renal Tamponade syndrome with bilateral kidneys: A case of subcapsular hematoma induced acute Kidney Injury
Vaidehi S. Patel; Kamesh Sivagnanam; Martin Q. Tran
125. Title: An Unusual Cause of Paralysis
Patrick Quinlan
103. Pheochromocytoma - Indeed a “Great Masquerader”
Harjinder Kumar; Julia Cheringal
126. Postpartum reversible vasoconstriction syndrome
Harith Baharith; Amy Zarrin
104. Amiodarone-induced myxedema coma: don’t forget the thyroid gland
Balakumar Krishnarasa; Donna Seminara; Abhirami Vivekanandarajah
127. A High Pressure Situation: A Rare Cause of Headache in a 37 YearOld Man
Jacqueline Chu; Dean Xerras
105. A Whole Clot of Problems With Crohn’s Disease
Brandon J. Mauldin; Matthew N. Peters; Morgan J. Katz; Chad S. Miller
106. A New Facial Expression to Botox
Aakash Aggarwal; Emerald Banas; Praveen Sampath; Ajoy Roy
107. Osler-Weber-Rendu Syndrome:- The Dripping truth!
Aakash Aggarwal; Badal Kalamkar; Arman Khorasani-zadeh; Meghan
Rane; Emerald Banas
108. Cognac Enema Mimicking Acute Ischemic Colitis
Giovanna Rodriguez; Prashant Sharma; Francesco Notar
109. Thrombophilia: A Risk Factor for Hepatoportal Sclerosis
Hamid Habibi; Kavitha Bagavathy; Deepika Devuni
110. Hepatitis E Virus: Case Report & Literature Review
Surya N. Mulukutla; Jeffrey T. Bates
111. Lethal acute liver failure cased by mysterious tumor
Michinori Mayama
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128. Hypokalemia with Periodic Paralysis: A case of Distal Renal Tubular
Acidosis
Kamesh Sivagnanam; Nili Parekh; Hirenkumar Patel; Terence O’Neil
129. Conservative Anticoagulation for Atrial Fibrillation in the Elderly: A
Case, a Warning and a Literature Review
Kamesh Sivagnanam; Dhara Chaudari; Mohammad Al Madani; Atif
Saleem; Kais Al-Balbissi
130. Spontaneous Intracranial Hypotension: An Unusual Cause of
Headache
Riddhi Shah; Beth Ryan; Ekta Kapoor
131. Acute Hypoxia and Fever: Infection Until Proven Otherwise?
Elizabeth Snapinn; Alda Maria Gonzaga
132. Empyema As Complication of Silent Aspirations
Annie Chen
133. Hemoptysis; An Unusual Presentation of Cryptogenic Organizing
Pneumonia in an HIV patient
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Clinical Vignette Poster Session 2 | 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Yagna R. Bhattrai; Madan R. Aryal; Ravi Shahu
141. Too many cysts in the lung with an uncommon culprit
Veronica A. Pinto Miranda; Jerson Munoz-Mendoza; Jodi RennerCarmona
134. Unusual progression of West Nile virus poliomyelitis
Arvind Kalyan Sundaram; Vibha Inamdar; Patrick L. Gordan; Greg
Lipshutz
142. Heroin Induced Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura
Meghan Rane; Emerald Banas; Arman Khorasani-zadeh; Badal
Kalamkar; Aakash Aggarwal
135. A case of Bilateral Bell’s palsy- An unsolved clinical puzzle
Karuppiah Arunachalam; Karthikeyan Venkatachalam; Robert
Colgrove
143. New Onset Gout Presenting as Pseudosepsis
K. Veazey, Mary Maher
136. A case of recurrent pulmonary edema attributed to chronic occlusion
of obtuse marginal branch
Karuppiah Arunachalam; Ambalavanan Arunachalam; Indumathy
Varadarajan; Eunice Y. Chuang; Jeffrey Leavitt
145. Spontaneous Healing of a Severe (F-type) Coronary Artery
Dissection
Waseem Chaudhry
137. Bugs, drugs, or immune system flubs, what causes limbic
encephalitis? Moreover, what causes anti- N-methyl-D-aspartate
receptor encephalitis?
Maria G. Frank; Camille Ladanyi; Paul Brittain
138. Just Stick to Beer - A Case of Methanol Poisoning
Anne Drabkin Schade; Abigail Gass
139. Is it Stroke or Herpes Virus Encephalitis?
Rakesh Malhotra; Shyam Patel; Amar V. Patel
140. Dapsone induced methemoglobinemia
Likhitesh G. Jaikumar
Interest Group Meetings | 5:00 – 6:00 pm
IF01
IF06
Gold2 Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Denver Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Educational Technology
LGBT Health
Session Coordinator: John Voss, MD, Department of Medicine, University of
Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Session Coordinator: R. Lee, University of Colorado, Denver, CO
Tower Court C, Tower Building, 2nd level
Fellows/Junior Faculty
Session Coordinator: Ryan R. Kraemer, MD, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL
IF03
Columbine Room, Tower Building, Terrace
Geriatrics
Session Coordinator: Danelle Cayea, MD, MS, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
IF04
Spruce Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Health Literacy
Session Coordinator: Sunil Kripalani, MD, MSc, Vanderbilt University,
Nashville, TN
IF05
Century Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
International Medical Graduates (IMGS)
Session Coordinator: Shakaib Rehman, MD, FACP, FAACH, Department of
Medicine/Primary Care, Medical University of South Carolina/RHJ VAMC,
Charleston, SC
IF07
Governor’s Square 10, Plaza Building, Concourse
friday
IF02
Medical Consultation / Perioperative Medicine
Session Coordinator: Gerald W. Smetana MD, General Medicine and Primary Care, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA
IF08
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building, Concourse
Minorities in Medicine
Session Coordinator: Obidiugwu Kenrik Duru MD, University of California,
Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA;
IF09
Governor’s Square 16, Plaza Building, Concourse
Obesity Prevention and Treatment in GIM
Session Coordinator: Melanie Jay, MD, Department of Medicine, NYU School
of Medicine, New York, NY
IF10
Tower Court B, Tower Building, 2nd Level
Pain Medicine
Session Coordinator: Daniel P. Alford, MD, MPH, General Internal Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Interest Group Meetings | 5:00 – 6:00 pm
IF11
IF16
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building, Concourse
Directors Row H, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Patient Centered Medical Home
Research on Careers
Session Coordinator: Abigail Deyo, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee, WI
Session Coordinator: Mark Linzer, MD, Hennepin County Medical Center,
Minneapolis, MN
IF12
IF17
Tower Court A, Tower Building, 2nd level
Directors Row E, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Global Health and Human Rights
Resident Research Directors
Session Coordinator: P. Preston Reynolds, MD, FACP, Department of Medicine, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Session Coordinator: Michael B. Rothberg, MD, MPH, Cleveland Clinic
Foundation, Cleveland, OH
IF13
IF18
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building, Concourse
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building, Concourse
Physician Well-Being Research
Shared Decision Making
Session Coordinator: Jonathan A. Ripp, MD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY
Session Coordinator: Kathleen M. Fairfield MD, DrPH, Department of Medicine, Maine Medical Center, Portland, ME
IF14
IF19
Directors Row J, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Building, Concourse
Physicians against Violence
Transfers, Handoffs and Sign-out
Session Coordinator: Nielufar Varjavand MD, Department of General Internal Medicine, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
Session Coordinator: Leora I. Horwitz MD, MHSc, Department of Internal
Medicine, Yale School of Medicine, New Haven, CT
IF15
Directors Row I, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Primary Care Program Directors
Session Coordinator: Karen M. Chacko MD, University of Colorado Denver,
Denver, CO
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SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
SGIM 36TH ANNUAL MEETING SCHEDULE for saturday, April 27
Use this area to personalize and keep track of your daily schedule
Session
saturday, April 27
7:30 – 9:00
Clinical Vignette Poster
Session 3
Early Morning/
before plenary
8:00 – 9:00
Interest Group Meetings
Plenary Session
Plenary Session 3
9:00 – 10:30
10:30 –11:00
Plenary Session 3
Location
Sections A, B, and C, Plaza
Ballroom, Concourse Level
Session E
Speaker: Richard J. Baron,
MD, MACP
Lunchtime
Break
Session F
Updates in Perioperative
Medicine and New
Medications in Primary Care
Workshops
Concurrent
Session E
11:00 – 12:30
Special Symposia: Entering
the Belly of the Beast:
Physicians In Government
and Transitional Care
Management
Other events:
Abstract Sessions in Medical
Education, Organization of
Care and Chronic Disease
Management, Mental
Health/Substance Abuse and
VA-Related Research
Clinical Vignette and
Cardiology Unknown
Vignette Session
Notes:
12:30 – 1:30
Afternoon Networking –
Lunch on Your Own
1:30 – 3:30
Workshops
Clinical Vignette
and Rheumatology Unknown
Vignette Session
Abstract Sessions in Health
Disparities, Qualitative
Research, Clinical
Epidemiology/Healthcare
Effectiveness Research and
Quality of Care/Patient
Safety
saturday
Concurrent
Session F
Updates on Psychiatry for
the General Internist and
GIM
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Saturday
Clinical Vignette Poster Session 3 | 7:30 – 9:00 am
Grand Ballroom, Tower Building 2nd Level
13. Three Holes in the Head
Jerson Munoz-Mendoza, Veronica A. Pinto Miranda, Shivashanker
Balasingham, Karlo J. Lizarraga, Gio J. Baracco
14.
Intravascular catheter-related infection with Acinetobacter
baumannii leading to native valve endocarditis
Rossana Rosa, Kathreen Kraus, Rosario Colombo, Cesia M. Gallegos
15. Palsies as Harbinger: Diagnosis of acute HIV in a patient with
polycranial nerve palsies
Stella Safo
16. PUTTING the “EYE” In Syphilis
Sancia Ferguson, Jeff Percak
17. A Rare Cause of Jaundice and Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia: Don’t
forget EBV
Shira Eytan, Bartosz Walczyszyn, Robert E. Graham
18. Tuberculous Effusion: A common entity with a complex diagnosis
Shira Eytan, Sarah B. Fleisig, Robert E. Graham
19. A Rare Case Of Pustular Psoriasis And Vancomycin-Induced Linear
IGA Disease Mimicking TEN
Shira Eytan, Celine Mestel, Bradley Flansbaum
Master Clinician Walking Tour: Chad S. Miller, MD
Poster Session Organization
Posters 3-28
Infectious Diseases
Posters 29-38
Neurology
Posters 39-55
Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Posters 56-71
Cardiovascular Disease
Posters 72-98
Hematology/Oncology
Posters 99-105
Immunology/Rheumatology
Posters 106-113 Mental Health/Substance Abuse/Chronic Pain
Posters 114-120 Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Posters 121-126 Miscellaneous
Posters 127-132 Nephrology
Posters 134-144 Medication-related Complications
1. 2. Connecting the dots: Cushing’s syndrome and anterior mediastinal
mass
Lena Scotto, Yukako Honda, Susanna Tan, Melissa E. Weinberg, Sara L.
Swenson
Repeated Episodes of Neurological Symptoms and Severe
Hypocalcemia, Thinking Beyond the Usual Causes
Madan R. Aryal, Naba R. Mainali, Ravi Shahukhal, Yagna R. Bhattrai
3. You Are Too Brash If You Ignore The Rash
Madan R. Aryal, Madan Badal, Anup Subedee
4. A picture is not always worth a thousand words: Making the diagnosis
of endocarditis prior to imaging
Brent W. Thiel, Harish Jasti
5. Rare complications of sinusitis with new diagnosis of HIV
Emily Privette, Nirali Desai
6. A Rare Bird
Brian J. Secemsky, Marcia Glass
7. A Broken Heart and a Broken Back: The Diagnostic Challenge Of
Back Pain
Christopher D. Velez, Jason A. Korcak
8. Asymptomatic prostatitis, an uncommon manifestation of
Brucellosis
Lindsay Innes, Elizabeth Selden, Seagram M. Villagomez,
9. Scedo-Seizures
Priti Dangayach, Himabindu Kadiyala
10. A Case of Hypoxia in a Teenager
Priti Dangayach, Nainesh Shah, Achilia Morrow
11. Fever in the Returning Traveler: What Makes Typhoid Fever
Different?
Lucas Heller, Harish Jasti
12. TB or not TB: A Case of Tuberculosis Pyomyositis
Matthew A. Joseph, Vikram Krishnasamy, Harish Jasti
SGIM saturday Events
7:00 – 8:00 am
Education Committee Meeting
Plaza Court 3, Plaza Building, Concourse
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20. Group A Streptococcus Associated Digital Arterial Thrombosis
Michael S. Yoo, Daniel G. Heacock
21. Pyogenic liver abscesses: manifestations and management of an
evolving pathogen
Atena Lodhi, Diana Purushotham, Michael A. Kron, Sumanta
Chaudhuri
22. Tricuspid Regurgitation: Valvular Dysfunction on the Rise
Atena Lodhi, Sherrill Gutierrez, Michael Curley
23. Chronic Diarrhea In A Vietnam War Veteran
Alisa Thamwiwat, Jeffrey T. Bates
24. A 20 Year Old Man with Fever, Dizziness and Confusion
Geeta Laud, Divya Kaushik, Alexander Ritter
25. Flesh-eating Disease of the Breast
Marc Cerruti, Ramesh K. Gadam, Gowri Radhakrishnan, Susan
Knowles
26. The usual suspect … dog, or is human the culprit? Capnocytophaga
endocarditis in a newly diagnosed case of multiple myeloma Navid Mehraban, Michael Sheffield, Zakir Shaikh
27. Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis – A Zebra in the pack
Prerna Mota, Michel Bidros, Hana Javaid, Sara N. Dost, Anat Bergner,
Lisa M. Chirch, Trini A. Mathew, Jeffrey S. Wasser
28. Plesiomonas Shigelloides - An unusual cause of bacteremia
Lakshmi Gowda Hanumaiah
29. Non convulsive status epilepticus, an under diagnosed neurological
emergency
Lakshmi Gowda Hanumaiah
30. A rare PRESentation of cocaine toxicity
Emerald Banas, Meghan Rane, Aakash Aggarwal, Arman Khorasanizadeh, Badal Kalamkar
31.
Acute Aseptic Meningitis Associated with Herpes Zoster Reactivation
in an Immunocompetent Adult
Iani Patsias, David Paje
32. An unusual presentation of an acoustic neuroma - bilateral
papilledema without hydrocephalus
Maryam Mahmood, Anthony A. Donato
33. Recognizing Less Common Presentations of Celiac Disease
Maryam Mahmood, Benjamin Lloyd
34. Idiopathic Transverse Myelitis presenting as acute Quadriplegia and
Respiratory Failure
Farhan Zaidi, Brielle Spataro, Bryan Mcverry
SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
Saturday
Clinical Vignette Poster Session 3 | 7:30 – 9:00 am
35. Forgotten Dementia: A case of Wernicke’s encephalopathy
Joelle Rhayem, Anthony Donato, Jessica Capasso
36.
Short of Breath? Call the Neurosurgeon.
Rupel Dedhia, Daniela Uebelhart
37. Atypical Presentation of Atypical Chest Pain
Elizabeth L. Bolen, Rupel Dedhia
59. Why would a young heart cause palpitation?
Samian sulaiman, Muhammed Sherid, Husein Husein, Hani Snounou,
Salih Samo, Addis Asfaw, Ana Inashvili, Derya Mahmutoglu, Nadia
El Hangouche, Mehrnaz Salehidobakhshari, Samaneh Dowlatshahi,
Mohamad Albsheri, Shahriar Dadkhah 60. Clopidogrel Hypersensitivity Reaction after Placement of a DrugEluting Stent
Saifullah Nasir, , Jeffrey T. Bates,
38. Don’t Be Suprised ! Just need to control Risk factors !
Thandar Aung
61. “Tips” For Avoiding Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis
Jenna Kay, Dustin T. Smith
39. Is This Cancer? Think About Autoimmune!
Thandar Aung
62. Severe Mitral Stenosis in the Setting of Multivessel Coronary Artery
Disease, Pulmonary Hypertension, and Tricuspid Regurgitation
Vu Hoang, Don Pham, Anita Deswal
40. Blind From A GI Bleed-A Unique Care of Bilateral Optic Neuropathy
Dmitriy Dvoskin, Pratik K. Dalal, Tanya George
41. Cannabis Abuse : A Rare Cause of Acute Pancreatitis
Tabish Jalal, Harsha Ramchandani
42. A Case of Cryptosporidial diarrhea in an immune-competent Adult
Naba R. Mainali, Patrick Quinlan, Anene Ukaigwe, Shailaja Amirishetty
43. Management Dilemma: Progressive Thrombosis in a Patient with
Sarcoidosis, Cirrhosis and a History of Bleeding Esophageal Varices
Lu Pan, Ogu Iheanyichukwu, David Desilets, Linda J. Canty
44. I got Dysphagia from Drinking Cold Water! Oxaliplatin Induced
Laryngopharyngeal Dysethesia–A Rare Side Effect
Niket Sonpal, Raji Shameem, Antonio Mendoza-Ladd, Ian Yudelman
45. Isotretinoin Rechallenge in a Patient with Inflammatory Bowel
Disease
Niket Sonpal, Anish Mammen, Raji Shameem, David Robbins
46. The Straw that Broke the Oncogenic Back - Occurrence of Large B
Cell Lymphoma after Hepatitis C Treatment
Niket Sonpal, Raji Shameem, Ilan Weisberg
47. An interesting and rare cause of abdominal pain
Alpa Vora
63. A Case of Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy with Acquired Long QT
Interval and High Defibrillation Threshold.
Mahmoud Abdelghany, Genevieve Brumberg , Jan Nemec
64. Blank on Purpose
65. Exertional Dyspnea: A Symptom of Infrarenal Aortic Occlusive
Disease
Stacey Schott, Fernanda Porto Carreiro, James R. Harkness, Mahmoud
Malas, Stephen M. Sozio, Sammy Zakaria
66. Malingering With a Secret Held Close To the Heart
Matthew N. Peters, Morgan J. Katz, Chad S. Miller
67. Heyding A Diagnosis in Aortic Stenosis
Matthew N. Peters, Morgan J. Katz, Allison Egan, Deepa Bhatnagar
68. Not just pneumonia: A “shocking” Turn of Events
Katarzyna Mastalerz, Mary Maher
69. Right Atrial Thrombus associated with Indwelling Dialysis Catheters
Jasmine K. Ahuja, Dhruti Patel
70. To be or not to be - That is the Question – Atrial Myxoma or
Coumadin Ridge?
Aiman Shokr, Christopher Gully, Hazem Abugrara, Mashrafi Ahmed
48. Hepatitis B Virus and Hepatocellular Carcinoma: The complexities
of screening and management among vulnerable patients.
Madeline Sterling, Manish Patel, Sarang Kim
71. 49. The Final Insult: A Case of Acute-On-Chronic Budd-Chiari
Syndrome
Jianhua A. Tau, John Lin, Jeffrey T. Bates
72. An Infarction Complication: A Revisit from the Past
Armaan Shaikh, Benjamin Jenny
50. Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole induced hepatotoxicity
Tajdeep Dhindsa, Carina Jackman, Andrew Wuenstel
73. Unusual association of Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura and
Sarcoidosis- A case report
Leena Jalota, Shashank Jain
51. Granulomatous Hepatitis in a Patient with Cystic Fibrosis
Felix H. Lui, Edward W. Holt , Shelley M. Gordon 52. More than Skin Deep: Pacemaker Associated Endocarditis caused by
Staphylococcus Lugdunensis
Felix H. Lui, Sara L. Swenson, Shelley M. Gordon 53. A.N.C. –The Key That Unlocked the Cause of My Stomach Pain!
Kelli Pitt
55. When in Doubt, Scope It Out
Cady Blackey, Deepa Bhatnagar
56.
Possibilities With Vasculitdities: Pleural Effusion As The Presentation
Of Microscopic Polyangiitis
Cady Blackey, Logan Davies
57. When Having a Big Heart Can Be Dangerous
Rachel Sandler
58. Is this true STEMI?
Samian sulaiman, Muhammed Sherid, Husein Husein, Hani
Snounou, Salih Samo, Addis Asfaw, Ana Inashvili, Alpa Vora, Nadia El
Hangouche, Mehrnaz Salehidobakhshari, Shahriar Dadkhah 74. The Forgotten Disease: A case of Lemierre’s Syndrome
Leena Jalota, Shobhit Gupta, Naba R. Mainali, Richard Alweis
75. Chicken-and-Egg Dilemma: A Case of Gliosarcoma as an Unusual
Primary Neoplasm
Khan K. Chaichana, Michael J. Plakke, Sarah H. Van Tassel, Anthony
A. Donato
76. A Recurrent Intestinal Hematoma in Neurofibromatosis Type 1
Yaser Alkhatib, Philip Kuriakose
77. Unusual Cause for Iron Deficiency Anemia
Yaser Alkhatib, Philip Kuriakose, Tameem Al-aqtash
saturday
54. Normal Does Not Always Mean Negative!
Gloria W. Li, Anna Kolpakchi, Lee Lu
Acute urinary tract infection induced pulmonary embolism
Masato Yoshihara, Naomi Otowa, Hiroshi Miyake, Mitsunori Iwase
78. Hepatoid Adenocarcinoma of the small bowel – never before
mentioned malignancy in a patient with Crohn’s Disease
Tanmayee Bichile
79. An Uncommon Cause of Dysasthesia and Pruritus
Julie B. Silverman, , Nicholas Compton,
80. The Diagnosis in Red.
Angela Beckert
81. 5-Aminosalicylic Acid Induced Agranulocytosis
Ahmet A. Oktay, Fritzie S. Albarillo, Dima Dandachi, Samaneh
Dowlatshahi, Laura Raftery
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Saturday
Clinical Vignette Poster Session 3 | 7:30 – 9:00 am
82. A case of bone marrow granuloma
Eugenia Tsai, Yelena Averbukh
106. Slow Poison
Tanvir Haque
83. Symptomatic Hypercalcemia induced by Diffuse Large B-Cell
Lymphoma
Gliciria Kalathas, Anthony A. Donato
107. Go Ask Alice
Farah Kaiksow, Michelle M. Guidry
84. Gigantic Liposarcoma Misdiagnosed As Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Katherine H. Saunders, Erica Phillips
85. Save Me from Myself: EBV-Associated Hemophagocytosis in an
Adult
Jacqueline Pflaum, Sean Drake, Gregory Buran
86. How Low Can You Go, a Case of Anemia
Pooja Kumar, Raji Shameem, Robert E. Graham
87. Malignant Epithelioid Solitary Fibrous Tumor of the Lung Pleura
(SFTP) – A Case Report
Dania Khoulani, Zahrae Sandouk, Krishna Thavarajah
88. Cord compression: An Oncologic Emergency Necessitating Prompt
and Evidence Based Intervention
Jeffrey V. Brower, Gary Schreiber 89.
“Type-1” Presentation
Junwa Kunimatsu, Riri Watanabe, Atsuto Yoshizawa
90. Acute Epiglotitis as the presenting feature of multiple myeloma
Andreea Bujor, Eunice Y. Chuang, Indumathy Varadarajan
91. Acquired Factor VIII Deficiency: A rare but overlooked bleeding
diathesis
Radhika Shah, Christopher Sankey
92. Swiss cheese MRI findings in a patient with Hyperleukocytosis
Saveri Bhattacharya, Roy E. Smith, Victor Okwiya
93. PTHrP Induced Refractory Malignant Hypercalcemia in a Patient
with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
Ameen Salahudeen, Pramod Pinnamaneni, Madhuri Vusirikala, , Rob
Cowan, Chi Yin G. Kwong, , Harris Naina,
94. Pearls in Breast Care for the General Internist
Dietlind L. Wahner-Roedler
95. Dual tragedy as a long term consequence of Bhopal Gas Tragedy
Jonathan Duong, Harris Naina
96. Clots of Deficiencies
Meredith Barnes, Michelle M. Guidry
97. Lymphoma Presenting as Cold agglutinin disease
Archana Satyal Chaudhary, Richard Alweis
98. A thyroid nodule that wasn’t: renal cell carcinoma metastatic to the
thyroid
Archana Satyal Chaudhary, Julian Diaz Fraga, Richard Alweis
99. Antisynthetase Syndrome: The Tip of the Iceberg.
Anna Corey
100. “My Throat Is Killing Me”—Moving Beyond Infectious Causes of
Throat Pain
Lori Randall, Stacy Higgins
101. Variations on a Theme: Atypical Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome in a
Patient with Adult-Onset Still’s Disease
Shail Rawal , Katerina Pavenski, Louise Perlin, Laurence Rubin,
Martina Trinkhaus, Yael Einbinder
102. Hypothenar Hammer Syndrome Exacerbated by CREST Syndrome
Dereje F. Moti, Kassi S. Montgomery, Brian Weis, Mashrafi Ahmed
103. Still’s Disease Presenting with Myopericarditis
Jonathan S. Kurman
104. Magic Syndrome with Vision Threatening Keratitis
Anil Kumar Reddy Anumandla, Lingling Du, Gaurav Kistangari
105. A Gut Feeling About a Rash
Tanvir Haque
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108. Waiting for a Liver and Smoking Marijuana: Stuck in the Weeds
Megan S. Lemay, William Becker, Jeanette M. Tetrault
109. An Odyssey of the Mind: Confirming the Diagnosis of Conversion
Disorder
Gary Mitrevolis , Changwan Ryu,
110. Emergence of a New Class of Recreational Drugs – A Case for Caution
Vikas Khullar, Ankur Jain, Maryam Sattari
111. The Malignant Truth about Hypercalcemia
Vikas Khullar, Ankur Jain, Margaret C. Lo
112. Alcohol Withdrawal After Weeks of Abstinence: An Unexpected
Complication
Juliana Yang, Amber Galarowicz, Sarah Nickoloff,
113. Dementia with Lewy Bodies: A Common Commonly Missed
Diagnosis
Shobhit Gupta, Leena Jalota, Anthony A. Donato, Robert Freed
114. “Routine” dental care? A case of pneumomediastinum during a dental
cavity repair
Shobhit Gupta, Robert Freed, Anthony A. Donato
115. Same old pneumonia or is it?
Rajan Garg, Mher Onanyan, Syed Asghar
116. Abstract “An interesting summer experience”
Mahmoud A. Abu Hazeem 117. Lactic Acidosis during an asthma exacerbation
Meghan M. Lyman
118. Recognition & Initial Work-up of Interstitial Lung Disease in the
Primary Care Setting
Russell G. Buhr, John Charalambopoulos, Katherine B. Komis,
Christopher B. Walsh
119. Unexpandable lung secondary to spontaneous bacterial pleuritis
with resolution after liver transplantation.
Zahrae Sandouk, Dania Khoulani, Ghassan Bandak, Alan Betensley
120. Preventing Harm: Suicide Prevention in a Nonpatient Family
Member: A Clinical Ethics Vignette
Nora Segar, Julie R. Rosenbaum
121. Nonresolving Rhabdomyolysis revealing an Occult Culprit - a case
report of Paraspinal Compartment Syndrome
Taraka Vijay Gadiraju, Dhivya Sundaramurthy, Christopher R.
Lachance
122. Red herring syncope and a bit of extra storage: A novel allelic form of
Gaucher Disease
David M. Levine, Andrew A. Chang
123. A complicated case of Paget Schroetter Syndrome (PSS)
Haitham Al Ashry, Hamza Tantoush, Ahmed Abuzaid, George Mansour,
Nithan C. Birch
124. Acute kidney injury due to oxalate nephropathy
Sarah Apgar
125. Right Atrial Thrombus: A Hanging Question
Sarah Apgar, Christopher Hoimes
126. Renal Failure Heralding a Deeper Abnormality
Paavani Komanduri, Harish Jasti
127. A Question of Amyloid?
Claiborne Childs
128. Gabapentin Related Neurotoxicity in Hemodialysis Patient
Shyam Patel, Rakesh Malhotra
SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
Saturday
Clinical Vignette Poster Session 3 | 7:30 – 9:00 am
129. An atypical presentation of IgA nephropathy
Christopher Rombaoa, Kah Poh Loh, David Burgess, Owolabi
Ogunneye, Ashish Verma
130. Too Fat To Filter: Obesity-Related Glomerulopathy
Jane Andrews, Chad S. Miller
131. Acute Kidney Injury in an HIV-Infected Patient: A Complex Clinical
Scenario
Monique Duwell, Sara Wikstrom
132. Pneumococcal Endocarditis Masquerading as Gastroenteritis
Rahana Sunesara, Lee Lu
133. Withdrawn by Author
140. Aripiprazole induced rhabdomyolysis
Eunice Y. Chuang, Indumathy Varadarajan, Arooj Hyat
141. Calming the Heart.
Elinor Lee, Anna Kolpakchi, , Lee Lu
142. Successful combination therapy of corticosteroids, plasma exchange
and intravenous immunoglobulin for severe toxic epidermal necrolysis.
Takashi Watari, Joel Branch, Shuku Sato, Haruki Uojima, Daimu
Tutumi, Izumi Kitagawa, Sumi Hidaka, Takayasu Ohtake, Shuzo
Kobayashi
143. Agranulocytosis due to unnecessary trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole
therapy
Pierre E. Blais, Priti Dangayach, Curtiss Moore, Himabindu Kadiyala,
134. Can Treatment of a Common Medical Illness Exacerbate an
Underlying Malignancy?
Dean Drizin, Luke Peters, Kelly McCaffrey, Kristin A. Stratton
144. Coma: Hyperthyroid or Hypothyroid.
Pakhadi Buddhadev, Mihir S. Shah
135. Not So Sweet - Drug-induced Hypersensitivity Reaction Presenting
As Acute Febrile Neutrophilic Dermatosis
Hazem Abugrara, Daniel Jenkins, Faisal Khasawneh
145. When you cannot breath after head trauma: A case of intracranial
bleed and neurogenic pulmonary edema.
Mihir S. Shah, Harvey Friedman, Pakhadi Buddhadev
136. Opiate Endocrinopathy: Food For Thought
Pratik K. Dalal, Divyashree Varma
146. Frozen Valve? … Lytic therapy! A case of Prosthetic Valve thrombosis
Mamatha Siricilla, Pooja Sethi
137. An Unusual Case of Hypercalcemia
Yan Yan S. Xie, Danit Arad
147. A Rare Cause of Anginal Chest Pain
Pooja Sethi, Ankit Madan, Philip Putnam, Tamjeed Arshad
138. Dyspnea: don’t suppress the differential diagnosis
Monica A. Gomberg, Harish Jasti
148. AKI and ITP and the infections that bind them together
Pooja Sethi, Ankit Madan, Khalid Rasheed, Philip Putnam
139. Pantoprazole: A Real Cause Of Acute Renal Failure
Divyashree Varma, Pratik K. Dalal
Interest Group Meetings | 8:00 – 9:00 am
(pick up your continental breakfast first)
IS05
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building Concourse
IS01
Faculty Development
Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Building Concourse
Session Coordinator: Jeremy Smith, MD, University of Wisconsin, Madison,
WI
Academic Physician Administrators and Leaders
Session Coordinator: Thomas O. Staiger MD, University of Washington
School of Medicine, Seattle, WA
IS06
Century Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
IS02
Fellowship Directors
Terrace Room, Tower Building Terrace Level
Session Coordinator: Geetanjali Chander, MD, Johns Hopkins University,
Baltimore, MD
Anticoagulation Thromboembolism
Session Coordinator: Scott Kaatz, DO, MSc, Department of Quality, Hurley
Medical Center, Flint, MI
IS07
Directors Row H, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Health Policy
Spruce Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Arts and Music
Session Coordinator: Mark D. Schwartz, MD, FACP, Department of
Population Health, New York University, New York, NY
Session Coordinator: Linda Jackman Canty, MD, Department of Medicine,
Baystate Medical Center/Tufts University School of Medicine, Springfield,
MA
IS08
IS04
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building Concourse
saturday
IS03
Tower Court C, Tower Building 2nd level
Home Visit
Session Coordinator: Rachel K. Miller, Department of Medicine, University
of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
End of Life
Session Coordinator: Stephanie M. Harman, MD, Department of Medicine,
Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Saturday
Interest Group Meetings | 8:00 – 9:00 am
IS09
IS17
Governor’s Square 16, Plaza Building Concourse
Columbine Room, Tower Building Terrace
Integrating Communication Skill Teaching into Medical
Education
Substance Abuse
Session Coordinator: William L. Iverson, MD, Department of General
Internal Medicine, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
Session Coordinator: Jeanette M. Tetrault, MD, Yale University School of
Medicine, New Haven, CT
IS18
IS10
Silver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Tower Court B, Tower Building 2nd Level
Teachers of Leadership
Integrative Medicine Interest Group (IMIG)
Session Coordinator: April S. Fitzgerald, MD, Department of Medicine,
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
Session Coordinator: Robert E. Graham, MD, MPH, Lenox Hill Hospital,
New York, NY
IS19
IS11
Gold Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Governor’s Square 10, Plaza Building Concourse
Trans-Pacific Generalist Initiative
Medical Informatics
Session Coordinator: Shunzo, Koizumi, MD, Shichijo Clinic, Kyoto, JAPAN
Session Coordinator: Brook Herndon, MD, Department of Medicine,
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
IS20
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building Concourse
IS12
Directors Row E, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Medical Resident Clinic Directors
Session Coordinator: Lee Lu, MD, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX
IS13
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building Concourse
Women’s Caucus
Session Coordinator: Mitra A. Razzaghi, MD, Department of Medicine,
University of Colorado Denver, Aurora, CO
Speaker: Linda A. Barbour, MD, MSPH, Professor of Medicine and
Obstetrics and Gynecology Divisions of Endocrinology, Metabolism, and
Diabetes and Maternal-Fetal Medicine, University of Colorado at Denver
From Primary Care and Public Health to Physician Scientist in Pregnant
Women: Non-Linear Pathways to Translational Research
Obstetric Medicine
Session Coordinator: Michael P. Carson, MD, Department of Medicine,
Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune, NJ
IS21
Directors Row G, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Transitional Care for Youth with Chronic Disease
IS14
Directors Row I, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Session Coordinator: Gregg M. Talente, MD, MS, University of South
Carolina School of Medicine, Columbia, SC
Part Time Careers
Session Coordinator: Rachel B. Levine MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
IS15
Tower Court A, Tower Building 2nd Level
Public Health Education
Session Coordinator: Jillian S. Catalanotti, MD, MPH, Division of General
Internal Medicine, The George Washington University, Washington, DC
IS16
Directors Row J, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Social Responsibility
Session Coordinator: Oliver T. Fein, MD, Departments of Medicine and
Public Health, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY
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SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
Saturday
saturday | 9:00 – 10:30 am
Keynote Speaker
New Payment Models: What’s
Driving Them, and What Do They
Mean for General Internal Medicine?
Plenary Session 3
Welcoming Remarks
Darcy A. Reed, MD, MPH and David
C. Thomas, MD, MHPE, SGIM 36th
Annual Meeting Chair and Co-Chair
Richard J. Baron, MD, MACP
Incoming President and CEO of the American Board of
Internal Medicine and the ABIM Foundation
ABSTRACT presentations
Moderators: Kathlyn E. Fletcher, MD, MA and Gail L. Daumit, MD, MHS,
Chair and Co-Chairs, Scientific Abstracts, SGIM 36th Annual Meeting
1. How Best to Sustain Improvements in Glycemic Control Achieved
in Diabetes Self-Management Training Programs? A Randomized
Controlled Trial Comparing Peer Mentoring with Community Health
Worker (CHW) Outreach
Michele Heisler; Brandy Sinco; Gloria Palmisano; Martha Funnell;
Tricia Tang
2. Trends in the Quality of Care and Racial/Ethnic Disparities in US
Hospitals, 2005-2010
Amal N. Trivedi; Wato Nsa; Leslie R. Hausmann; Jonathan S. Lee; Allen
Ma; Dale W. Bratzler; Kate Goodrich; Fiona M. Larbi; Michael J. Fine
3. Impact of Work Conditions on Errors and Quality: A Comparison of
Primary Care Clinics Serving Large Proportions of Minority Patients
to Those That Do Not.
Anita B. Varkey; Linda Baier Manwell; Said A. Ibrahim; Roger Brown;
Neda Laiteerapong; Mark D. Schwartz; Eric Williams; Diana Burgess;
Jacqueline Wiltshire; Enid Montague; Sara Poplau; Mark Linzer
4. “Friending” Physical Activity: Results from the Social Networking
for Activity Promotion with Cell Phones (SNAP-C) Study
Jennifer Kraschnewski; Liza S. Rovniak; Daniel R. George; Erica Francis; Christopher Sciamanna
saturday
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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Saturday
CONCURRENT SESSION E | 11:00 – 12:30 pm
CONCURRENT SESSION E AT A GLANCE
CLINICAL UPDATE, SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM and
WORKSHOP SESSIONS
SSE1
Plaza F, Plaza Building Concourse
Entering the Belly of the Beast: Physicians in Government
Category: Health Policy/Advocacy/Social Justice
Coordinator: Judy T. Zerzan, MD, MPH, Department of Health Care Policy
and Financing, State of Colorado
Additional Faculty: Irene Aguilar, MD, State of Colorado; Carolyn Clancy,
MD, Agency for Health Care Research and Policy
CUE1
Plaza E, Plaza Building Concourse
CUE2
Plaza D, Plaza Building Concourse
SSE1
Plaza F, Plaza Building Concourse
SSE2
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building Concourse
WTE
Governor’s Square 16, Plaza Building Concourse
WE01
Tower Court C, Tower Building 2nd Level
SSE2
WE02
Terrace Room, Tower Building Terrace Level
Governor’s Square 17, Plaza Building Concourse
WE03
Tower Court A, Tower Building 2nd Level
WE04
Denver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
WE05
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building Concourse
WE06
Governor’s Square 10, Plaza Building Concourse
WE07
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building Concourse
WE08
Columbine Room, Tower Building Terrace Level
WE09
Silver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
WE10
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building Concourse
WE11
Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Building Concourse
WE12
Tower Court B, Tower Building 2nd Level
SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT SESSIONS
ASE1
Directors Row H, Plaza Building Lobby Level
ASE2
Directors Row E, Plaza Building Lobby Level
ASE3
Directors Row I, Plaza Building Lobby Level
ASE4
Directors Row J, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Transitional Care Management: How New Payment for Old
Work Will Affect You Now and in the Future
Category: Healthcare Delivery and Redesign
Coordinator: Jeannine Z. Engel, MD, FACP, Assistant Professor of
Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Utah
Additional Faculty: Yvette M. Cua, MD, University of Louisville; John D.
Goodson, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital; Bruce T. Peyser, MD, FACP,
Duke University Medical Center
WTE
Governor’s Square 16, Plaza Building Concourse
Effective Large Group Presentations: The Heart of Didactics
Category: TEACH Session
Coordinator: Pete Yunyongying, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of
Internal Medicine, University of Texas, Southwestern
Additional Faculty: Katherine Julian, MD, University of California, San
Francisco; Deborah Kwolek, MD, Harvard
WE01
CLINICAL VIGNETTE SESSION E
Tower Court C, Tower Building, 2nd Level
CVE
Highways and Byways to a Career in Academic General
Internal Medicine
Tower Court D, Tower Building 2nd Level
CUE1
Plaza E, Plaza Building Concourse
Clinical Update in Perioperative Medicine
Category: Clinical Practice
Coordinator: Gerald W. Smetana, MD, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Additional Faculty: Amir K. Jaffer, MD, University of Miami, Leonard M.
Miller School of Medicine; Karen F. Mauck, MD, MSc, Mayo Clinic
Category: Personal/Professional Development
Coordinator: Shelly-Ann Fluker, MD, Emory University School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Rosette Chakkalakal, MD, MHS, Vanderbilt University;
Jason Higdon, MD, Emory University School of Medicine; Stacy Higgins,
MD, Emory University School of Medicine; Nancy T. Kubiak, MD, University
of Louisville; Charlene K. Mitchell, MD, MSPH, University of Louisville
WE02
Terrace Room, Tower Building, Terrace Level
CUE2
Plaza D, Plaza Building Concourse
Update in New Medications in Primary Care
Category: Clinical Practice
Coordinator: Shakaib U. Rehman, MD, Professor of Medicine, Medical
University of South Carolina/Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center
Additional Faculty: Dennis W. Cope, MD, FACP, UCLA – Olive View Medical
Center
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How to Teach Guiding Principles for the Care of Older Adults
with Multimorbidity
Category: Aging/Geriatrics/End-of Life
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Geriatrics Interest Group
Coordinator: Shahla Baharlou, MD, Department of Geriatrics and Palliative
Medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Cynthia M. Boyd, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine; Danelle Cayea, MD, Johns Hopkins University School of
Medicine; Alexia Torke, MD, MS, University of Indiana
SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
Saturday
CONCURRENT SESSION E | 11:00 – 12:30 pm
WE03
WE07
Tower Court A, Tower Building 2nd Level
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building Concourse
Co-Management and Consultation: Overcoming Challenges in
Managing Medical Problems in the Surgical Patient
Tools to Break the Cycle: Chronic Opioid Users with
Disabling Pain
Category: Clinical Medicine
Coordinator: Kurt J. Pfeifer, MD, Department of Medicine, Medical College
of Wisconsin
Additional Faculty: Leonard S. Feldman, MD, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine; Efren Manjarrez, MD, University of Miami Miller
School of Medicine; Barbara A. Slawski, MD, MS, Medical College of
Wisconsin; Christopher M. Whinney, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of
Medicine
Category: Mental Health/Substance Abuse
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Substance Abuse Interest Group
Coordinator: Barbara J. Turner, MD, MSED, University of Texas Health
Science Center
Additional Faculty: Maureen J. Simmonds, PhD, PT, University of Texas
Health Science Center
WE08
Columbine Room, Tower Building Terrace Level
WE04
How Doctors Think: Clinical Problem Solving in Action
Denver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Category: Personal/Professional Development
Coordinator: Carlos Estrada, MD, MS, Professor of Medicine, University of
Alabama, Birmingham
Additional Faculty: Robert M. Centor, University of Alabama, Birmingham;
Jeff Kohlwes, MD, MPH, University of California, San Francisco; Ryan
Kraemer, MD, University of Alabama, Birmingham; Jason L. Morris, MD,
University of Alabama, Birmingham; Lisa L. Willett, MD, University of
Alabama, Birmingham
Small Group Discussion Leaders: Chad S. Miller, MD, Tulane University;
Amanda Vick, MD, University of Alabama, Birmingham
A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words: Photovoice for Research
and Advocacy
Category: Health Disparities/Vulnerable Populations
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Disparities Taskforce and CBPR
Interest Group
Coordinator: Carol Horowitz, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, Health
Evidence and Policy, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Arshiya A. Baig, MD, MPH, Mount Sinai School of
Medicine; Giselle Corbie-Smith MD, MSc, University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill
WE09
WE05
Silver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building Concourse
HIV Prevention in Primary Care: What Primary Care
Providers Need to Know to Be Leaders in Clinical Practice
No More Noon Conferences: Implementing Team Based
Learning into the Internal Medicine Residency Core
Curriculum
Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Coordinator: Erik A. Wallace, MD, Internal Medicine, University of
Oklahoma School of Community Medicine
Additional Faculty: John H. Schumann, MD, University of Oklahoma School
of Community Medicine
WE06
Governor’s Square 10, Plaza Building Concourse
Category: Preventive Medicine
Coordinator: Douglas Krakower, MD, Division of Infectious Diseases, Beth
Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Additional Faculty: Kevin Ard, MD, MPH, Brigham and Women’s Hospital;
Harvey J. Makadon, MD, National LGBT Health Education Center, The
Fenway Institute
WE10
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building Concourse
The Journey to a High Reliability Culture in Health Care:
The Road to Achieving Spread and Sustainability of Quality
Improvement Initiatives
Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Coordinator: Jennifer Adams, MD, Department of General Internal
Medicine, New York University School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Kathleen Hanley, MD, New York University School
of Medicine; Deepa Rani Nandiwada, MD, New York University School
of Medicine; Jessica Taff, MD, New York University School of Medicine;
Sondra Zabar, MD, New York University School of Medicine
Category: Quality of Care/Patient Safety
Coordinator: LeeAnn M. Cox, MD, Internal Medicine, Indiana University
School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Anne Kitchens, MD, Indiana University School of
Medicine; Katherine M. McKinney, MD, University of Kentucky College of
Medicine; Heather Woodward-Hagg, MS, Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical
Center
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Interprofessional Education: A Virtual Model for a High-tech
Generation
Saturday
CONCURRENT SESSION E | 11:00 – 12:30 pm
WE11
Governor’s Square 12, Plaza Building Concourse
Managing Admissions and Readmissions: A MultiInstitutional Review of Current Practices and Innovations
Category: Quality of Care/Patient Safety
Coordinator: Gwen Crevensten, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital
Additional Faculty: Harry Burke, MD, PhD, Walter Reed National Military
Medical Center; Leora I. Horwitz, MD, MHS, Yale; Diane L. Levine, MD,
Wayne State University School of Medicine; Amy R. Schwartz, MD, VA
Connecticut Healthcare System
Abstract Session E2
Organization of Care and
Chronic Disease Management
Directors Row E, Plaza Bldg Lobby Level
Moderators: Mita S. Goel, MD, MPH and William S. Yancy, Jr. MD, MHSc
1. The Silo Next Door: Primary Care Leaders’ Perspectives On
Collaborating with Hospitals During Hospital-to-Clinic Care
Transitions in the Safety Net
Oanh K. Nguyen; Jenna Kruger; S. Ryan R. Greysen; Audrey Lyndon; L.
E. Goldman
2. The Correlation Between Patient Propensity for Active Participation
in Decision-Making and Actual Shared Decision Making Behaviors
During Chronic Care Encounters
Gretchen Rickards; Dorothy Becher; Jeffrey L. Jackson; Janice L.
Hanson; Patrick G. O’Malley
3. Screening for Schistosomiasis and Strongyloides Among Brazilian
immigrants in the United States
Alison B. Rapoport; Sarah E. Messmer; Pieter Cohen
4. The Impact of the Diabetes Health Plan on Cardiovascular Risk
Factors among Patients with Diabetes
O. Kenrik Duru; Susan Ettner; Norman Turk; Jinnan Li; Ekaterina
Vaisberg; Lindsay Kimbro; Carol Mangione
5. Community-Partnered Evaluation of Depression Services for Clients
of Community-Based Agencies in Under-Resourced Communities in
Los Angeles
Michael Ong; Jeanne Miranda; Loretta Jones; Bowen Chung; Elizabeth
Dixon; Lingqi Tang; James Gilmore; Cathy Sherbourne; Victoria K.
Ngo; Susan E. Stockdale; Esmeralda Ramos; Thomas R. Belin; Kenneth
B. Wells
6. The effect of patient-centered medical home transformation coupled
with payment reform: Patient experience outcomes
Leonie Heyworth; Asaf Bitton; Stuart R. Lipsitz; Thad Schilling;
Gordon D. Schiff; David W. Bates; Steven R. Simon
WE12
Tower Court B, Tower Building, 2nd Level
Taming Tricky Data and Methods: Missing Data,
Heterogeneity, and Propensity Scores – from Statistical
Editors at the Annals of Internal Medicine
Category: Research Methods
Coordinator: Catharine Stack, PhD, Annals of Internal Medicine, American
College of Physicians
Additional Faculty: Michael Griswold, PhD, University of Mississippi
Medical Center; Anne Meibohm, PhD, Annals of Internal Medicine, American
College of Physicians
Abstract Session E1
Medical Education Scholarship and
Professional Development
Directors Row H, Plaza Bldg Lobby Level
Moderators: Elizabeth Haney, MD and Ravi K. Gopal, MD
1. Role Modeling and Medical Error Disclosure: Results of a National
Survey of Fourth-Year Medical Students
William Martinez; Gerald B. Hickson; Bonnie Miller; David J. Doukas;
John D. Buckley; John Song; Niraj Sehgal; Jennifer Deitz; Clarence H.
Braddock; Lisa Lehamann
2. The Role of Interns as Teachers: Interns’ and Medical Students’
Perceptions
David R. Linz; Carla Spagnoletti
3. “Am I cut out for this?” Understanding the experience of doubt among
first year medical students
Rhianon Liu; Jorie Colbert-Getz; Robert Shochet
4. Learning environment assessment of one curriculum being taught at
medical schools 10,000 miles apart
Sean Tackett; Robert Shochet; Jorie Colbert-Getz; Krishna Rampal;
Nicole A. Shilkofski; Scott Wright
5. The Impact of Limited Team Continuity on Medical Students: A
survey-based evaluation of team fragmentation’s effects on thirdyear medical students during their inpatient internal medicine
clerkship.
David A. Williams; Traci E. Yamashita; Eva M. Aagaard
6. A National Assessment on Patient Safety Education in
Undergraduate Medical Education: A Survey of Clerkship Directors
in Internal Medicine
C. Charles Jain; Meenakshy K. Aiyer; Jean C. Aldag; Eric Alper; Steven
Durning; Elizabeth A. Murphy; Dario M. Torre
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CONCURRENT SESSION E | 11:00 – 12:30 pm
Abstract Session E3
Mental Health/Substance Abuse
Clinical Vignette and Cardiology
Unknown Vignette Session E
Directors Row I, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Moderators: Lydia Chwastiak, MD, MPH and Ian M. Kronish, MD, MPH
Tower Court D, Tower Building 2nd level
Moderator: Jennifer Bracey, MD
Discussant: William T. Branch, MD
1. 2. 3. Association of posttraumatic stress disorder and incident
cerebrovascular disease in a Veterans Administration population
Beth Cohen; Thomas Neylan; Daniel Bertenthal; Kristine Yaffe
Comorbid Depression and Substance Abuse in Safety-net Clients
of Health and Community-based Agencies in Los Angeles: Clinical
Needs and Service Use Patterns
Evelyn Chang; Bowen Chung; James Gilmore; Lingqi Tang; Anna
Morgan; Kenneth B. Wells
Peer mentorship at a methadone maintenance treatment program:
developing self-efficacy through Project GROW
Magni Hamso; Hillary Kunins; Janet Smith; Melissa Stein
4. The PHQ-2 Depression Screen Predicts All-Cause Mortality For Up
to 2 Years Following Hospitalization with Heart Failure
Tatiana Deveney; Bea Herbeck Belnap; Fanyin He; Sati Mazumdar;
Bruce L. Rollman
5. Initiating buprenorphine maintenance for opiate-dependent
hospitalized patients: A randomized controlled trial
Jane M. Liebschutz; Denise Crooks; Debra S. Herman; Bradley J.
Anderson; Lidia Meshesha; Shernaz Dossabhoy; Michael D. Stein
6. Screening and brief intervention for drug use in primary care: the
ASPIRE randomized trial
Richard Saitz; Tibor P. Palfai; Debbie M. Cheng; Daniel P. Alford; Judith
A. Bernstein; Christine A. Lloyd-Travaglini; Seville M. Meli; Christine
E. Chaisson; Jeffrey H. Samet
1. So Basic!
Harman S. Kular
2. The path of least resistance: A lesson in keeping a broad differential
Gretchen Snoeyenbos; Robin Klein
3. Not All Cerebral Spinal Fluid Titers are Made Equal
Daniel Har; Mili Shum; Cindy Sadikot
4. Silent Squeeze: Abdominal Obstruction From Repeated Pericentesis
Omar Ahmad
5. Mystery Case
Chiaki Murase; Naomi Otowa; Jintetsu Minami; Yoshitomo Nishikawa;
Hiroshi Miyake; Hisashi Umeda; Mitsunori Iwase
Abstract Session E4
VA-Related Research
Directors Row J, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Moderators: Luci K. Leykum, MD, MBA, MSc and Jeffrey Whittle, MD,
MPH
1. Adverse Outcomes of Polysedative Use in Veterans with PTSD
Brian C. Lund; Stephen L. Hillis; Elizabeth A. Chrischilles
Comparing Homeless Persons’ Care Experiences in Tailored versus
Non-Tailored Primary Care Settings
Stefan Kertesz; Theresa W. Kim; Adam Gordon; Alexander S. Young;
David E. Pollio; Richard N. Jones; Cheryl L. Holt; Erika L. Austin; David
Roth
3. Women Veterans and Comprehensive Care: Challenges for
Designated Women’s Health PCP’s
Alicia A. Bergman
4. The Effect of a Yoga Intervention on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Risk in
Veteran and Civilian Women with PTSD.
Shivani M. Reddy; Megan R. Gerber; Karen S. Mitchell
5. The Huddle: Trainee experiences in team-based primary care in an
innovative interprofessional education program
Kelli Copeland; Rebecca L. Shunk; Susan L. Janson; Bridget O’Brien
6. Off-label antipsychotic prescriptions in Iraq and Afghanistan
Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder in VA Healthcare, 20012011
Beth Cohen; Ying Shi; Thomas Neylan; Karen H. Seal
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CONCURRENT SESSION F | 1:30 – 3:00 pm
CONCURRENT SESSION F AT A GLANCE
CLINICAL UPDATE and WORKSHOP SESSIONS
WF01
Tower Court C, Tower Building 2nd Level
Negotiating Your First Dream Job – Everything That They Did
Not Teach You in Medical School
CUF1
Plaza E, Plaza Building Concourse
CUF2
Plaza D, Plaza Building Concourse
WF01
Tower Court C, Tower Building 2nd Level
WF02
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building Concourse
WF05
Silver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
WF06
Tower Court A, Tower Building 2nd Level
WF07
Columbine Room, Tower Building Terrace Level
WF08
Governor’s Square 16, Plaza Building Concourse
WF09
Governor’s Square 10, Plaza Building Concourse
WF10
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building Concourse
WF02
WF11
Denver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Governor’s Square 15, Plaza Building, Concourse
WF12
Tower Court B, Tower Building 2nd Level
WF14
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building Concourse
Keeping Your Compass: Using Goals of Care to Guide DNR
Order Discussions
SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT SESSIONS
ASF1
Directors Row H, Plaza Building Lobby Level
ASF2
Directors Row E, Plaza Building Lobby Level
ASF3
Directors Row I, Plaza Building Lobby Level
ASF4
Directors Row J, Plaza Building Lobby Level
CLINICAL VIGNETTE SESSION F
CVF
Tower Court D Tower Building 2nd Level
Category: Aging/Geriatrics/End-of Life
Coordinator: Lauris C. Kaldjian, MD, PhD, Internal Medicine, University of
Iowa
Additional Faculty: David Alfandre, MD, National Center for Ethics in
Health Care, Veterans Health Administration; Kamala Gullapalli Cotts, MD,
The University of Chicago; Matthew DeCamp, MD, PhD, Johns Hopkins
University; Maura George, MD, Emory University
WF05
Silver Room, Tower Building Mezzanine
Bedside Rounds: A Patient-Centered Learning Toolbox
CUF1
Plaza E, Plaza Building Concourse
Update in General Internal Medicine
Category: Clinical Practice
Coordinator: Diane Altkorn, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, The University of Chicago
Additional Faculty: Amber Pincavage, MD, The University of Chicago; Elizabeth Schulwolf, MD, MA, Loyola University Medical Center; Sachin D. Shah,
MD, The University of Chicago; Scott Stern, MD, The University of Chicago
Category: Hospital-Based Medicine
Coordinator: Darlene LeFrancois, MD, Montefiore Medical Center
Additional Faculty: Joseph J. Arcuri, Jr., MD, Beth Israel Medical Center;
Joseph Cofrancesco, Jr., MD, MPH, FACP, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Sanjay
Desai, MD, Johns Hopkins Hospital; Sharon Leung, MD, Montefiore Medical
Center; Athina Vassilakis, MD, MPH, Montefiore Medical Center
WF06
Tower Court A, Tower Building 2nd Level
Implementing Educational Innovations
CUF2
Plaza D, Plaza Building Concourse
Clinical Update in Psychiatry for the General Internist
Category: Clinical Practice
Coordinator: Ian M. Kronish, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Columbia
University Medical Center
Additional Faculty: Beth Cohen, MD, MAS, University of California, San
Francisco, San Francisco VA Medical Center; Danielle F. Loeb, MD, University of Colorado, Denver; Lauren Peccoralo, MD, MPH, Mount Sinai School
of Medicine; Bruce L. Rollman, MD, MPH, University of Pittsburgh Medical
Center
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Category: Personal/Professional Development
Coordinator: Michael D. Landry, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine,
Tulane School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Deepa Bhatnagar, MD, Tulane School of Medicine;
Carlos Estrada, MD, MS, University of Alabama, Birmingham School of
Medicine; Jeff Kohlwes, MD, MPH, University of California, San Francisco
School of Medicine; Geraldine E. Menard, MD, Tulane School of Medicine;
Eric I. Rosenberg, MD, MSPH, University of Florida School of Medicine;
Amanda Salanitro, MD, MS, MSPH, Vanderbilt School of Medicine
Category: Leadership and Administration
Coordinator: William A. Anderson, PhD, Medical Education Research &
Development, College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University
Additional Faculty: Gary S. Ferenchick, MD, Michigan State University;
Martha Grayson, MD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Dale A. Newton,
MD, Brody School of Medicine
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CONCURRENT SESSION F | 1:30 – 3:00 pm
WF07
WF11
Columbine Room, Tower Building Terrace Level
Denver Room, Tower Building, Mezzanine
Teaching Global Primary Care: How (and Why) to Develop
Integrated Global Health and Primary Care Curricula at Your
Home Institution
Management of Substance Withdrawal in Acutely Ill Medical
Patients: Alcohol, Benzodiazepines and Opioids
Category: Mental Health/Substance Abuse
Submitted in Conjunction with: Substance Abuse Interest Group
Coordinator: Anika A. Alvanzo, MD, MS, Department of Medicine, Johns
Hopkins University School of Medicine
Additional Faculty: Amina A. Chaudhry, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Karran A. Phillips, MD, MSc, National Institute on
Drug Abuse; Cara Poland, MD, Boston University School of Medicine; Darius
Rastegar, MD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Coordinator: Patrick T. Lee, MD, Department of Medicine, Massachusetts
General Hospital
Additional Faculty: Rodrigo Cerda, MD, MPH, Massachusetts General Hospital; Madhavi Dandu, MD, MPH, University of California, San Francisco;
Reena Gupta, MD, University of California, San Francisco; David Heller, MD
MPH, University of California, San Francisco; Norifumi Kamo, MD, MPP,
Massachusetts General Hospital
WF12
WF08
Tower Court B, Tower Building 2nd Level
Governor’s Square 16, Plaza Building Concourse
How NOT to Present a Workshop: Pitfalls, Problems and
Possibilities
Teaching Procedures to Internal Medicine Residents:
Curricular Innovations in Procedures Training
Category: Personal/Professional Development
Coordinator: Katherine M. McKinney, MD, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Kentucky
Additional Faculty: Joseph Conigliaro, MD, MPH, Hofstra University
School of Medicine; Rosemarie Conigliaro, MD, Albert Einstein College of
Medicine; Mary Duke, MD, Lexington VA Medical Center
Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Coordinator: Mari Kai, MD, Medical Education, Providence Portland Medical Center
Additional Faculty: Courtland Childers, MD, Providence Portland Medical
Center; Tricia James, MD, Providence Portland Medical Center; Scott W.
Marsal, MD, Providence Portland Medical Center
WF14
WF09
Governor’s Square 11, Plaza Building Concourse
Governor’s Square 10, Plaza Building Concourse
Measuring Health Care Utilization, Cost and Value in the Era
of Accountable Care Organizations
Is a Picture Worth 1,000 Words? Communicating Evidence
to Patients
Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Evidence-Based Medicine Task Force
Coordinator: Daniella A. Zipkin, MD, Department of Medicine, Duke University
Additional Faculty: Rebecca Beyth, MD, MSc, University of Florida; David
Feldstein, MD, University of Wisconsin; Devin Mann, MD, MS, Boston
University; Beth Smith, DO, Oregon Health and Science University; Jeremy
Sussman, MD, MS, University of Michigan
WF10
Governor’s Square 14, Plaza Building Concourse
Tools and Techniques for Training Residents in Shared
Decision Making
Abstract Session F1
Health Disparities/Vulnerable Populations
Directors Row H, Plaza Building Lobby Level
Moderator: Stacey Jolly, MD, MAS
1. Antiretroviral Therapy Use and Adherence among PLWHAs who
have Panic Disorder
Tanyka S. Sam; Heidi Hutton; Jeanne C. Keruly; Richard D. Moore;
Geetanjali Chander
2. Community-based versus random digit dialing samples in chronic
disease prevalence estimates among older Black men in New York
City
Helen Cole
3. Housing First among homeless persons with concurrent disorders
among participants of the Vancouver At Home Study
Anita Palepu; Michelle Patterson; Akm Moniruzzaman; Julian M.
Somers
4. Picture Good Health: A Church-Based, Photovoice Intervention for
Latinos with Diabetes
Arshiya A. Baig; Amanda Giese; Cara A. Locklin; Yue Gao; Sang Mee
Lee; Michael T. Quinn; Marla C. Solomon; Lisa Sanchez-Johnsen;
Deborah L. Burnet; Marshall Chin
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Category: Medical Education Scholarship
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Shared Decision Making Interest
Group
Coordinator: Leigh H. Simmons, MD, Instructor in Medicine, Department of
General Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital
Additional Faculty: Charles D. Brackett, MD, MPH, Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Medical Center; Kathleen Fairfield, MD, Maine Medical Center; Karen R.
Sepucha, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital; Jon C. Tilburt, MD, Mayo
Clinic
Category: Research Methods
Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Research Committee
Coordinator: Lisa M. Kern, MD, MPH, Weill Cornell Medical College
Additional Faculty: Elbert Huang, MD MPH, The University of Chicago;
Rainu Kaushal, MD, MPH, Weill Cornell Medical College; Mona Siddiqui,
MD, Johns Hopkins University
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CONCURRENT SESSION F | 1:30 – 3:00 pm
5. Perceptions of Clinical Research Among Persons with Sickle Cell
Disease
Mary Catherine Beach; Carlton Haywood; Sophie Lanzkron; Shawn M.
Bediako; Gladys Onojobi; Charles Jonassaint; Jennifer Haythornthwaite; Marie Diener-West
6. Descriptive Study of African American Men Successful at Long-term
Weight Loss Maintenance
Ann S. Barnes; Rachel T. Kimbro
Abstract Session F2
Qualitative Research
Directors Row E, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Moderator: Carol R. Horowitz, MD
1. Treating Complex Patients in Primary Care: Physician Offer a New
View of Competing Demands
Danielle F. Loeb; Elizabeth A. Bayliss; Carey Candrian; Frank V. deGruy;
Ingrid A. Binswanger
5. Eye Images Improve Hand Hygiene Compliance in an Emergency
Department
Sarah A. Stella; Roger Stace; Amber Miller; Angela Keniston; Marisha
Burden; Connie S. Price; Richard K. Albert
6. Race, Weight Loss, and Change in Patients’ Utility After Weight Loss
Surgery
Christina C. Wee; Edward R. Marcantonio; Karen W. Huskey; Daniel
B. Jones; George L. Blackburn; Caroline Apovian; Roger B. Davis; Mary
Beth Hamel
Abstract Session F4
Quality of Care/Patient Safety
Directors Row J, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Moderators: Romsai Tony Boonyasai, MD, MPH and Heidi L. Wald, MD,
MSPH
1. Quality of Osteoporosis Care Among Older Medicare Fragility Fracture Patients 2006-2010
John Mecchella; Stephen K. Liu; Jeffrey C. Munson; John-Erik Bell;
Rebecca L. Zaha; Anna N. Tosteson; Nancy E. Morden
2. Withdrawn by Author
3. Visit Based EHR Reminders Improve the Quality of Outpatient Care
Jason Fish; Deepa Bhat; Brett Moran; Temple S. Howell-Stampley;
Lynne Kirk; Michael E. Bowen; Kim Batchelor; David Leonard; Stephen
D. Persell; David W. Baker; Ethan Halm
4. Suboptimal Adherence to Initial Processes of Care in Elderly Patients with Acute Venous Thromboembolism
Anna K. Stuck; Marie Méan; Andreas Limacher; Marc Righini; Kurt A.
Jäger; Juerg-Hans Beer; Joseph Osterwalder; Beat Frauchiger; Christian M. Matter; Nils Kucher; Anne Angelillo-Scherrer; Jacques Cornuz;
Martin Banyai; Bernhard Lämmle; Marc Husmann; Michael Egloff;
Markus Aschwanden; Henri Bounameaux; Nicolas Rodondi; Drahomir
Aujesky
5. Making the EHR Smarter: Patient and Provider Reported Data Improve Performance on Preventative Health Quality Measures
Michael E. Bowen; Jason Fish; Deepa Bhat; Brett Moran; Temple S.
Howell-Stampley; Lynne Kirk; Kim Batchelor; Ethan Halm
Abstract Session F3
Clinical Epidemiology/
Healthcare Effectiveness Research
6. Does the Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records Improve
Chronic Care Above Standard QI Intervention?
Samuel Cykert; Ann Lefebvre; Thomas Bacon
Directors Row I, Plaza Building, Lobby Level
Moderator: Jeffrey A. Linder, MD, MPH
Clinical Vignette and Rheumatology
Unknown Vignette Session F
2. Attitudes and Beliefs Towards Evidence Based Medicine In Health
Marilyn M. Schapira; Eric Oh; Diana Imbert; Elena Byhoff
3. Treatment Trials in Intensive Care
Yael Schenker; Greer A. Tiver; Seo Yeon Hong; Douglas B. White
4. Building cost-consciousness through cost transparency: is this the
right approach? The clinician perspective
L. E. Goldman; Jenna Kruger; Alice H. Chen; Alex Rybkin; Kiren Leeds;
Dominick Frosch
5. Patients Have Something to Say: Analysis of 514 Patient Safety and
Quality Comments from the PROMISES Patient Survey
Namara Brede; Sara Singer; Harry Reyes Nieva; Judy Ling; Nicholas
Leydon; Caitlin A. Colling; Patricia Satterstrom; Catherine Yoon; Endel
J. Orav; Joel S. Weissman; Donald Goldmann; Madeleine Biondolillo;
Gordon D. Schiff
6. How physicians’ presentation of information about PCI to patients
with stable angina may contribute to their belief that it is a life-saving
intervention
Michael B. Rothberg; Sarah L. Goff; Kathleen M. Mazor
1. Pharmacy-based interventions to reduce primary medication nonadherence
Niteesh K. Choudhry; Michael Fischer; Katsiaryna Bykov; Gregory
Brill; Gregory Bopp; Aaron M. Wurst; William Shrank
2. Effectiveness of Mailed Fecal Occult Blood Test Cards and or a
Detailed Colon Cancer Screening Brochure VS a Reminder Letter
for Increasing Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates at a Primary Care
Clinic Serving Medically Vulnerable Patients.
Michael Soliman; Danny McCormick; William Zinn
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Identifying the Risks of Oral Anticoagulation in Patients with Liver
Disease
Lydia M. Efird; Adam Rose
The economic consequences of contemporary patterns of antidepressant prescribing
Niteesh K. Choudhry; Daniel A. Lieberman; Jerry Avorn; Joan Landon
Tower Court D Tower Building, 2nd Level
Moderator: Andrew R. Hoellein, MD, MS
Discussant: Dennis W. Cope, MD, FACP
1. A Belly Full of Jelly
Ashwin Sridharan; Marcus A. Bachhuber; Patrick Hourani
2. The ART of Decreasing Cancer in the Hospitable Host
Michal Gross; Julie Lorton; Marina Shcherba; Mark A. Menegus
3. A Curious Case of Recurrent Rhabdomyolysis
Benjamin Click; Thomas Radomski; Harish Jasti
4. SUGAR AND SPICE: NOT SO NICE
Morgan J. Katz; Matthew N. Peters; John Wysocki; Chayan Chakraborti
5. Mystery Case
Catherine Trimbur; Mayce Mansour
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INDEX OF PRESENTING AUTHORS
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Abdelghany, Mahmoud
Vignette Poster Session 2
Abdelghany, Mahmoud
Vignette Poster Session 3
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
78
Aryal, Madan
Vignette Poster Session 2
15
63
Aryal, Madan
Vignette Poster Session 2
16
Abu Hazeem, Mahmoud
Vignette Poster Session 3
116
Aryal, Madan
Vignette Poster Session 3
2
Abugrara, Hazem
Vignette Poster Session 3
135
Aryal, Madan
Vignette Poster Session 3
3
Acinapura, Lauren
Innovations Poster Session
101
Ashburner, Jeffrey
Abstract Poster Session 3
25
Adamczyk, Janine
Vignette Poster Session 2
66
Ashburner, Jeffrey
Abstract Session B3
6
Adams, Jennifer
Abstract Poster Session 2
95
Ashburner, Jeffrey
Innovations Poster Session
2
Ador-Dionisio, Sweetheart
Vignette Poster Session 2
68
Ashker, Kameron
Vignette Poster Session 2
Ador-Dionisio, Sweetheart
Vignette Poster Session 2
69
Atlas, Steven
Abstract Session B2
Aggarwal, Aakash
Vignette Poster Session 2
106
Atlas, Steven
Innovations Poster Session
Aggarwal, Aakash
Vignette Poster Session 2
107
Atreya, Auras
Vignette Poster Session 1
93
Agrawal, Neeraj
Vignette Poster Session 1
10
Atreya, Auras
Vignette Poster Session 1
94
Ahluwalia, Sangeeta
Abstract Session B1
1
Au, Anita
Abstract Poster Session 3
64
Ahmad, Omar
Clinical Vignette Session E
4
Aung, KoKo
Abstract Poster Session 3
29
Ahuja, Jasmine
Vignette Poster Session 3
69
Aung, Thandar
Vignette Poster Session 3
38
Akinapelli, Abhilash
Vignette Poster Session 1
8
Aung, Thandar
Vignette Poster Session 3
39
Al Ashry, Haitham
Vignette Poster Session 3
123
Awasthi, Disha
Vignette Poster Session 1
46
Alcalan, Paulina
Vignette Poster Session 2
43
Bachhuber, Marcus
Abstract Session C1
Aldeiri, Ahmad
Vignette Poster Session 1
83
Bachhuber, Melissa
Innovations Poster Session
Alemu, Benyam
Vignette Poster Session 2
6
Badal, Madan
Vignette Poster Session 2
27
Alexander, G. Caleb
Abstract Poster Session 1
44
Badgett, Robert
Abstract Poster Session 1
130
Ali, Arshia
Vignette Poster Session 1
47
Bagavathy, Kavitha
Vignette Poster Session 1
86
Alkhatib, Ayad
Vignette Poster Session 1
124
Baggett, Travis
Abstract Poster Session 1
98
Alkhatib, Yaser
Vignette Poster Session 3
76
Baggett, Travis
Abstract Poster Session 2
105
Alkhatib, Yaser
Vignette Poster Session 3
77
Bahaa Aldeen, Mohammed
Vignette Poster Session 2
17
Almuwaqqat, Zakaria
Vignette Poster Session 1
104
Baharith, Harith
Vignette Poster Session 2
126
Alsara, Osama
Vignette Poster Session 1
17
Baig, Arshiya
Abstract Session F1
Altomare, Antonia
Innovations Poster Session
Ambrus, Daniel
Abstract Poster Session 2
Anderson, Ryan
Anderson , Bradley
1
121
4
3
4
57
4
Bajwa-Dulai, Sonia
Abstract Poster Session 3
31
Baker, David
Abstract Session C3
Abstract Poster Session 3
61
Banas, Emerald
Vignette Poster Session 3
30
Vignette Poster Session 1
84
Bandeali, Salman
Vignette Poster Session 2
45
Andrews, Jane
Vignette Poster Session 3
130
Barnes, Ann
Abstract Poster Session 3
60
Ansari, Aziz
Abstract Poster Session 1
24
Barnes, Ann
Abstract Session F1
Ansari, Aziz
Abstract Poster Session 1
25
Barnes, Meredith
Vignette Poster Session 3
96
Antony, Andrew
Vignette Poster Session 1
128
Barnett, Michael
Abstract Poster Session 2
24
Anumandla, Anil Kumar Reddy
Vignette Poster Session 3
104
Barnett, Michael
Abstract Poster Session 2
25
Apgar, Sarah
Vignette Poster Session 3
124
Barocas, Joshua
Abstract Poster Session 2
104
Apgar, Sarah
Vignette Poster Session 3
125
Barocas, Joshua
Abstract Session B2
Appa, Ayesha
Abstract Poster Session 3
10
Battaglia, Tracy
Abstract Poster Session 1
Argintaru, Niran
Abstract Session A4
1
Ari, Mim
Abstract Poster Session 2
Aronson, Louise
IME Session A
Arora, Vineet
IME Session A
Arreola-Owen, Olivia
Innovations Poster Session
Arunachalam, Karuppiah
Vignette Poster Session 2
Arunachalam, Karuppiah
Vignette Poster Session 2
140
5
6
5
66
Battaglia, Tracy
Abstract Poster Session 1
76
54
Beach, Mary Catherine
Abstract Poster Session 2
48
4
Beach, Mary Catherine
Abstract Session F1
2
Becker, William
Abstract Poster Session 3
92
94
Beckert, Angela
Vignette Poster Session 3
80
135
Beckman, Thomas
Abstract Session D4
136
Bedard, Rachael
Innovations Poster Session
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6
120
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INDEX OF PRESENTING AUTHORS
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Behuria, Supreeti
Vignette Poster Session 2
52
Bekelman, David
Abstract Poster Session 1
Bellin Warren, Sophia
Bennett, Katelyn
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Brown, Tiffany
Abstract Poster Session 3
53
106
Buddhadev, Pakhadi
Vignette Poster Session 2
77
Abstract Poster Session 3
108
Buhr, Russell
Vignette Poster Session 3
118
Abstract Poster Session 3
103
Bulova, Peter
Innovations Poster Session
Bennett, Wendy
Abstract Poster Session 2
122
Burgess, David
Vignette Poster Session 1
134
Bennett, Wendy
Abstract Poster Session 3
1
Burke, Harry
Abstract Poster Session 3
115
Benson, Maggie
Innovations Poster Session
46
Burke, Robert
Abstract Poster Session 3
107
Berger, Zackary
Abstract Poster Session 2
81
Burke, Robert
Abstract Session B3
Berger, Zackary
Abstract Poster Session 2
109
Burkland, David
Vignette Poster Session 2
Bergman, Alicia
Abstract Session E4
3
Byars, Lynn
Innovations Poster Session
59
Berkowitz, Seth
Abstract Poster Session 1
67
Byars, Lynn
Vignette Poster Session 1
70
Berkowitz, Seth
Abstract Poster Session 2
56
Caga-anan, Glynda
Opening Plenary Session
4
Bertholet, Nicolas
Abstract Poster Session 3
94
Calcaterra, Susan
Abstract Poster Session 2
103
Bhagavath, Anita
Vignette Poster Session 1
23
Callejas, Leyda
Vignette Poster Session 2
115
Bhattacharya, Saveri
Vignette Poster Session 3
92
Camargo, Marianne
Abstract Poster Session 3
57
Bhattrai, Yagna
Vignette Poster Session 2
133
Cameron, Kenzie
Abstract Poster Session 2
136
Bhide, Manisha
Vignette Poster Session 2
72
Canestaro, William
Abstract Session D3
Bhide, Manisha
Vignette Poster Session 2
73
Carlini, Sara
Abstract Poster Session 3
58
Bichile, Tanmayee
Vignette Poster Session 3
78
Caroff, Daniel
Abstract Poster Session 3
21
Bickell, Nina
Abstract Poster Session 2
11
Carrasquillo, Olveen
Abstract Poster Session 1
40
Binswanger, Ingrid
Abstract Poster Session 1
96
Carrasquillo, Olveen
Abstract Session C2
Binswanger, Ingrid
Abstract Poster Session 3
89
Carullo, Philip
Abstract Poster Session 3
Bischoff, Kara
Innovations Poster Session
88
Casillas, Alejandra
Abstract Poster Session 1
54
Blackey, Cady
Vignette Poster Session 3
55
Casillas, Alejandra
Abstract Poster Session 2
42
Blackey, Cady
Vignette Poster Session 3
56
Casillas, Alejandra
Abstract Poster Session 3
45
Blais, Pierre
Vignette Poster Session 3
143
Caton, Cathryn
Abstract Poster Session 3
71
Blecker, Saul
Abstract Poster Session 3
133
Caverly, Tanner
Abstract Poster Session 1
36
Block, Lauren
Innovations Poster Session
68
Caverly, Tanner
Abstract Session D3
Bodenmann, Patrick
Abstract Poster Session 2
51
Cerasale, Matthew
Abstract Poster Session 2
76
Bokhour, Barbara
Abstract Poster Session 2
114
Cerruti, Marc
Vignette Poster Session 3
25
Borrero, Sonya
Abstract Session A4
2
Chaichana, Khan
Vignette Poster Session 2
85
Borrero, Sonya
Abstract Session C4
1
Chaichana, Khan
Vignette Poster Session 2
86
Bourgi, Kassem
Abstract Poster Session 2
72
Bowen, Michael
Abstract Session F4
Bradley, Katharine
Bradley, Sara
Brede, Namara
Abstract Session F2
Brodt, Zahava
Abstract Poster Session 1
Brower, Jeffrey
Vignette Poster Session 3
Brown, Arleen
Abstract Poster Session 2
46
Brown, Arleen
Abstract Poster Session 3
55
Brown, Lori
Abstract Poster Session 2
Brown, Rebecca
Brown, Rebecca
Brown, Ryan
Brown, Tiffany
82
97
1
88
4
2
83
3
Chaichana, Khan
Vignette Poster Session 3
75
5
Chaiyachati, Krisda
Innovations Poster Session
91
Abstract Poster Session 3
91
Chakkalakal, Rosette
Abstract Poster Session 2
61
Innovations Poster Session
71
Chang, Evelyn
Abstract Poster Session 2
106
5
Chang, Evelyn
Abstract Session E3
23
Chaudhari, Dhara
Vignette Poster Session 2
122
88
Chaudhari, Dhara
Vignette Poster Session 2
123
Chaudhry, Waseem
Vignette Poster Session 2
145
Chen, Anders
Abstract Poster Session 3
16
20
Chen, Annie
Vignette Poster Session 2
132
Abstract Poster Session 1
28
Chen, Zhe
Vignette Poster Session 1
112
Abstract Poster Session 1
29
Cheskin, Lawrence
Abstract Poster Session 1
118
Vignette Poster Session 1
38
Chhabra, Manik
Abstract Poster Session 1
127
Abstract Poster Session 2
47
Childs, Claiborne
Vignette Poster Session 3
127
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Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Chin, Matthew
Abstract Poster Session 3
Chodos, Anna
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
40
Dangayach, Priti
Vignette Poster Session 3
9
Abstract Poster Session 1
16
Dangayach, Priti
Vignette Poster Session 3
10
Choudhary, Swati
Vignette Poster Session 2
84
Choudhry, Niteesh
Abstract Session A4
Choudhry, Niteesh
Choudhry, Niteesh
Chu, Jacqueline
Darby, Anna
Abstract Poster Session 1
15
4
Dattalo, Melissa
Innovations Poster Session
86
Abstract Session F3
1
Davis, Andrew
Abstract Poster Session 2
Abstract Session F3
4
Davis, Elizabeth
Innovations Poster Session
4
Vignette Poster Session 2
127
Davis, Elizabeth
Innovations Poster Session
5
Chua, Abigail
Vignette Poster Session 1
56
DeBiasi, Ralph
Abstract Poster Session 2
Chuang, Cynthia
Abstract Poster Session 3
12
DeCamp, Matthew
Innovations Poster Session
105
Chuang, Cynthia
Abstract Poster Session 3
13
Dedhia, Rupel
Innovations Poster Session
107
Chuang, Cynthia
Vignette Poster Session 1
11
Dedhia, Rupel
Vignette Poster Session 3
36
Chuang, Eunice
Vignette Poster Session 2
98
Dedhia, Rupel
Vignette Poster Session 3
37
Chuang, Eunice
Vignette Poster Session 2
99
Chuang, Eunice
Vignette Poster Session 3
140
Chudgar, Saumil
Innovations Poster Session
Church, Timothy
Abstract Poster Session 1
109
Ciampa, Brian
Vignette Poster Session 1
Click, Benjamin
Cohen, Beth
Cohen, Beth
Abstract Session E4
Cohen, Samuel
Abstract Poster Session 2
Cole, Helen
Abstract Session F1
Combs, Brandon
Innovations Poster Session
Comer, Dominique
Abstract Poster Session 2
Contratto, Erin
Vignette Poster Session 1
122
Cook, David
Abstract Poster Session 2
94
Copeland, Kelli
Abstract Session E4
Corbelli, Jennifer
Abstract Poster Session 3
Corbelli, Jennifer
Abstract Session C4
Corbie-Smith, Giselle
Abstract Poster Session 2
Corey, Anna
Vignette Poster Session 3
Corey, Matthew
Vignette Poster Session 1
140
19
DeJesus, Ramona
Abstract Poster Session 1
100
Del Rosario, Rommel
Vignette Poster Session 2
23
Delgado, Jose
Abstract Poster Session 3
35
DellaVolpe, Jeffrey
Abstract Poster Session 3
14
61
Dembitzer, Anne
Abstract Poster Session 1
92
Clinical Session F
3
Dembitzer, Anne
Innovations Poster Session
Abstract Session E3
1
DeMoss, Margaret
Abstract Poster Session 3
6
Dempsey, Patrick
Abstract Poster Session 2
27
17
Dempsey, Patrick
Abstract Poster Session 3
30
Denizard-Thompson, Nancy
Innovations Poster Session
14
89
Denton, Gerald
Innovations Poster Session
69
28
Desai, Nihar
Abstract Poster Session 1
33
Deshpande, Gautam
Abstract Poster Session 2
70
DeVeaugh-Geiss, Angela
Abstract Poster Session 2
34
5
Deveney, Tatiana
Abstract Poster Session 3
95
11
Deveney, Tatiana
Abstract Session E3
3
Dhindsa, Tajdeep
Vignette Poster Session 3
50
60
Di Capua, Paul
Abstract Poster Session 1
80
99
Diamond, Lisa
Abstract Poster Session 2
55
27
Dirksen, Rachael
Abstract Session A1
74
2
119
50
4
4
Cotorruelo-Martinez, Annia
Abstract Poster Session 3
135
Divatia, Himani
Innovations Poster Session
111
Crotty, Bradley
Abstract Poster Session 3
132
Divoky, Laura
Innovations Poster Session
6
Crotty, Bradley
IME Session A
3
Divoky, Laura
Vignette Poster Session 1
3
Cruz, Brian
Vignette Poster Session 2
60
Dixon, Brian
Abstract Poster Session 1
34
Cruz, Brian
Vignette Poster Session 2
61
Dolan, Emily
Abstract Poster Session 2
111
Cruz, Christina
Vignette Poster Session 2
47
Donze, Jacques
Abstract Poster Session 1
22
Culpepper, Larry
Abstract Poster Session 2
107
Donze, Jacques
Abstract Poster Session 3
111
Culpepper, Larry
Abstract Poster Session 3
93
Donze, Jacques
Abstract Session C1
Curtis, Susanna
Vignette Poster Session 2
91
Drabkin Schade, Anne
Vignette Poster Session 2
138
Cykert, Samuel
Abstract Poster Session 2
6
Drizin, Dean
Vignette Poster Session 3
134
Cykert, Samuel
Abstract Session F4
6
D'Souza, Komal
Vignette Poster Session 2
114
Dalal, Pratik
Vignette Poster Session 3
Dubey, Sudha
Innovations Poster Session
90
Dalton, Kristen
Vignette Poster Session 1
78
Dunlevy, Hillary
Vignette Poster Session 1
39
Dandachi, Dima
Vignette Poster Session 2
63
Duong, Jonathan
Vignette Poster Session 3
95
136
Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13
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INDEX OF PRESENTING AUTHORS
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Duru, O. Kenrik
Abstract Session E2
Duwell, Monique
Vignette Poster Session 3
Dvoskin, Dmitriy
Edelman, E.
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Fish, Jason
Abstract Session F4
131
Fitzgerald, April
Abstract Poster Session 1
64
Vignette Poster Session 3
40
Fitzgerald, April
Abstract Poster Session 2
96
Abstract Poster Session 1
14
Fitzgerald, April
Abstract Poster Session 3
6
Edelman, E.
Abstract Poster Session 2
32
Fitzgerald, April
Abstract Session C4
4
Edelman, E.
Abstract Poster Session 3
23
Flanders, Scott
Plenary Session 2
3
Edukulla, Jaya
Vignette Poster Session 1
67
Fleck, Elaine
Abstract Poster Session 3
101
Edwards, Samuel
Abstract Poster Session 1
116
Flickinger, Tabor
Abstract Poster Session 3
86
Edwards, Samuel
Abstract Poster Session 2
150
Fogerty, Robert
IME Session A
4
3
5
Edwards, Samuel
Abstract Poster Session 3
102
Fogerty, Robert
Vignette Poster Session 1
138
Efird, Lydia
Abstract Poster Session 1
43
Fogerty, Robert
Vignette Poster Session 1
139
Efird, Lydia
Abstract Session F3
Forman, Jane
Abstract Poster Session 3
99
El-Kareh, Robert
Abstract Poster Session 1
132
Forster, Richard
Abstract Poster Session 1
134
Elliott, Daniel
Abstract Poster Session 1
41
Fountain, Eric
Vignette Poster Session 1
113
Elliott, Daniel
Abstract Poster Session 2
71
Fox, Aaron
Abstract Poster Session 1
55
Ellis, Dana
Vignette Poster Session 1
108
Frank, Joseph
Abstract Session C1
Elman, Scott
Abstract Poster Session 2
90
Frank, Maria
Vignette Poster Session 1
Eng, Jessica
Abstract Poster Session 1
51
Frank, Maria
Vignette Poster Session 1
14
Eng, Jessica
Abstract Poster Session 2
89
Frank, Maria
Vignette Poster Session 2
137
Eng, Jessica
Abstract Poster Session 3
109
Fraser, Traci
Clinical VignDate Session B
3
Epperla, Narendranath
Vignette Poster Session 2
36
Frayne, Susan
Abstract Poster Session 3
5
Epperla, Narendranath
Vignette Poster Session 2
37
Freed, Robert
Vignette Poster Session 3
113
Eskin, Rebecca
Abstract Poster Session 1
4
Freed, Robert
Vignette Poster Session 3
114
Eswaran, Manivel
Vignette Poster Session 1
131
Fu, Steven
Abstract Poster Session 2
116
Eytan, Shira
Vignette Poster Session 3
17
Fu, Steven
Plenary Session 2
Eytan, Shira
Vignette Poster Session 3
18
Fujiwara, Motoshi
Abstract Poster Session 2
30
Eytan, Shira
Vignette Poster Session 3
19
Fuller, Brittany
Abstract Poster Session 1
82
Fabreau, Gabriel
Abstract Poster Session 1
53
Fyall, Katherine
Clinical Vignette Session C
Fairfield, Kathleen
Abstract Poster Session 1
1
Gadiraju, Taraka Vijay
Vignette Poster Session 3
Fairfield, Kathleen
Innovations Poster Session
53
Gadziala, Elizabeth
Abstract Poster Session 3
68
Famoori, Foroozan
Vignette Poster Session 1
12
Galiatsatos, Panagis
Abstract Poster Session 2
100
Fanucchi, Laura
Abstract Session A3
Gallagher, David
Innovations Poster Session
Fanucchi, Laura
Innovations Poster Session
78
Ganschow, Pamela
Innovations Poster Session
Farber, Neil
Abstract Poster Session 1
140
Garcha, Gurkaran
Vignette Poster Session 2
64
Farber, Neil
Abstract Session B4
Garg, Rajan
Vignette Poster Session 3
115
Federman, Alex
Abstract Poster Session 1
111
Gass, Abigail
Vignette Poster Session 1
98
Federman, Alex
Abstract Poster Session 2
115
Gay, Hawkins
Vignette Poster Session 1
132
Federman, Alex
Abstract Poster Session 3
106
Geliebter, Ari
Abstract Poster Session 1
131
Fei, Kezhen
Abstract Poster Session 1
57
George, Matthew
Vignette Poster Session 1
63
Feldstein, David
Abstract Poster Session 1
122
Gerber, Megan
Abstract Poster Session 3
Ferenchick, Gary
IME Session A
Geslani, Van
Innovations Poster Session
Ferguson, Monica
Abstract Poster Session 2
10
Gétaz, Laurent
Abstract Poster Session 1
Ferguson, Sancia
Vignette Poster Session 3
16
Gillespie, Colleen
Abstract Session D2
Fetzer, Bradley
Abstract Poster Session 3
97
Glassman, Rebecca
Vignette Poster Session 1
Fischer, Michael
Abstract Poster Session 1
38
Gleason, Nathaniel
Abstract Session A1
2
Fischer, Michael
Abstract Poster Session 3
19
Gleason, Nathaniel
CPI Session B
4
84
3
4
6
1
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13
4
2
121
50
7
4
106
60
6
49
INDEX OF PRESENTING AUTHORS
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Goddu, Anna
Innovations Poster Session
Goel, Mita
Abstract Poster Session 3
Goetz, Celine
Goins, Andrew
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
9
Hanson, Joshua
Abstract Poster Session 2
80
39
Hanson, Joshua
Abstract Poster Session 3
70
Abstract Poster Session 3
15
Haque, Javeria
Vignette Poster Session 1
115
Vignette Poster Session 2
34
Haque, Javeria
Vignette Poster Session 1
116
Goldman, L.
Abstract Poster Session 3
142
Haque, Tanvir
Vignette Poster Session 3
105
Goldman, L.
Abstract Session A3
3
Haque, Tanvir
Vignette Poster Session 3
106
Goldman, L.
Abstract Session F2
4
Har, Daniel
Clinical Vignette Session E
Golob, Anna
Abstract Poster Session 3
75
Hariharan, Jaishree
Innovations Poster Session
41
Gomberg, Monica
Vignette Poster Session 3
138
Hariharan, Jaishree
Innovations Poster Session
42
Gonzalo, Jed
Abstract Poster Session 1
124
Harris, Christina
Abstract Poster Session 1
95
Gonzalo, Jed
Abstract Poster Session 2
86
Harris, Christina
Abstract Poster Session 3
80
Goodman, Robert
Innovations Poster Session
96
Hartley, Sarah
Abstract Poster Session 2
84
Goold, Susan
Abstract Poster Session 2
63
Hauck, Kevin
Abstract Poster Session 2
145
Goold, Susan
Abstract Poster Session 2
64
Hauck, Kevin
Innovations Poster Session
114
Gopalan, Anjali
Abstract Session B4
5
Haverhals, Leah
Innovations Poster Session
11
Gordon, Howard
Abstract Poster Session 3
43
Havyer, Rachel
Abstract Session D2
Gordon, Melanie
Innovations Poster Session
10
Hayton, Amy
Innovations Poster Session
Gowani, Saqib
Vignette Poster Session 1
20
Hebert, Paul
Opening Plenary Session
Gowda Hanumaiah, Lakshmi
Vignette Poster Session 3
28
Heiman, Heather
Innovations Poster Session
Gowda Hanumaiah, Lakshmi
Vignette Poster Session 3
29
Heisler, Michele
Plenary Session 3
1
Goyal, Vishal
Vignette Poster Session 1
103
Heller, David
Abstract Session D3
5
Goytia, Crispin
Abstract Poster Session 2
43
Heller, Lucas
Vignette Poster Session 3
Grande, David
Abstract Session D3
1
Hernandez Munoz, Francisco
Vignette Poster Session 1
41
Grant, Jennifer
Abstract Session C3
6
Herzig, Shoshana
Abstract Poster Session 3
69
Grant, Paul
Abstract Poster Session 2
75
Hess, Sarah
Vignette Poster Session 1
9
Green, Michael
Abstract Poster Session 2
93
Heyworth, Leonie
Abstract Poster Session 2
135
Greene, Richard
Abstract Poster Session 3
38
Heyworth, Leonie
Abstract Session E2
Gross, Michal
Clinical Session F
Hicks, Katy
Innovations Poster Session
103
Grosz, Andrea
Abstract Poster Session 1
126
Higdon, Jason
Innovations Poster Session
12
Guerrasio, Jeannette
Innovations Poster Session
108
Hines, Jonas
Abstract Poster Session 1
37
Gulati, Swati
Vignette Poster Session 2
33
Hirsch, Jan
Abstract Poster Session 3
113
Gupta, Neha
Abstract Session A4
3
Ho, Michael
Innovations Poster Session
13
Gupta, Reshma
Abstract Poster Session 2
110
Hoang, Vu
Vignette Poster Session 3
62
Gupta, Tanya
Vignette Poster Session 2
74
Hoffman, Richard
Abstract Poster Session 2
3
Guthier, Justin
Clinical Vignette Session A
1
Hoffman, Richard
Abstract Poster Session 2
4
Gwynn, Kendrick
Vignette Poster Session 1
130
Hoffman, Richard
Abstract Session C2
4
Habibi, Hamid
Vignette Poster Session 2
109
Holmes-Maybank, Keri
Innovations Poster Session
123
Haist, Steven
Abstract Poster Session 3
82
Hong, Clemens
Abstract Poster Session 2
118
Hale, Andrew
Abstract Poster Session 3
134
Horne, Oliver
Vignette Poster Session 2
8
Hall, Hannah
Vignette Poster Session 1
7
Horowitz, Carol
Abstract Poster Session 1
102
Halm, Ethan
Abstract Poster Session 2
21
Horvath, Emily
Vignette Poster Session 1
44
Hamadeh, Salim
Vignette Poster Session 2
65
Horwitz, Leora
Abstract Session D4
Hamso, Magni
Abstract Session E3
3
Howard-Anderson, Jessica
Clinical VignDate Session D
Hanchate, Amresh
Abstract Session C3
3
Hsu, Jeffrey
Vignette Poster Session 2
Hanley, Kathleen
Abstract Poster Session 2
142
Huang, Susan
Abstract Session A2
Hanson, Joshua
Abstract Poster Session 1
83
Huebschmann, Amy
Abstract Poster Session 2
2
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5
54
1
79
11
6
3
2
38
4
52
85
INDEX OF PRESENTING AUTHORS
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Hurley, Laura
Abstract Poster Session 3
122
Hurst, Jessica
Vignette Poster Session 2
89
Hust, Kate
Vignette Poster Session 2
1
Hutchinson, Deborah
Abstract Poster Session 2
127
Ido, Mirai
Vignette Poster Session 2
Igel, Leon
Innovations Poster Session
Ilangovan, Kumar
Abstract Poster Session 3
7
Isaacson, J.
Abstract Poster Session 2
Islam, Mahmuda
Vignette Poster Session 1
Ito, Ryoji
Iwamoto, Sean
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Kaja, Ajaykumar
Vignette Poster Session 1
Kakoza, Rose
Abstract Session D1
Kalathas, Gliciria
Vignette Poster Session 3
83
Kaldjian, Lauris
Abstract Poster Session 3
85
39
Kalyan Sundaram, Arvind
Vignette Poster Session 2
134
49
Kaminetzky, Catherine
Innovations Poster Session
Kangovi, Shreya
Abstract Session D1
97
Kapila, Nikhil
Vignette Poster Session 1
91
Kaplan, Celia
Abstract Session C4
Vignette Poster Session 1
43
Kaplan-Lewis, Emma
Abstract Poster Session 3
33
Vignette Poster Session 1
76
Karlen, Naomi
Vignette Poster Session 2
2
Iyer, Shwetha
Innovations Poster Session
84
Karlen, Naomi
Vignette Poster Session 2
3
Iyer, Shwetha
Innovations Poster Session
85
Karmacharya, Paras
Vignette Poster Session 2
50
Jaikumar, Likhitesh
Vignette Poster Session 2
140
Karmacharya, Paras
Vignette Poster Session 2
51
Jain, C. Charles
Abstract Session E1
Karwowski, Elizabeth
Abstract Poster Session 3
78
Jalal, Tabish
Vignette Poster Session 3
41
Katz, Arlene M.
Abstract Poster Session 2
125
Jalota, Leena
Vignette Poster Session 3
73
Katz, David
Abstract Poster Session 2
112
Jalota, Leena
Vignette Poster Session 3
74
Katz, Morgan
Clinical Session F
Jan, Sophia
Abstract Poster Session 1
50
Katz, Morgan
Vignette Poster Session 2
Jan, Sophia
Abstract Poster Session 3
98
Katz, Morgan
Vignette Poster Session 2
11
Jarvie, Jennifer
Abstract Poster Session 1
119
Katz, Morgan
Vignette Poster Session 2
12
Javed, Arshad
Vignette Poster Session 2
24
Kaufman, Michael
Vignette Poster Session 2
35
6
125
1
51
5
31
5
4
10
Javed, Arshad
Vignette Poster Session 2
25
Kaushik, Divya
Vignette Poster Session 3
24
Jay, Melanie
Abstract Poster Session 3
131
Kaushik, Manas
Abstract Poster Session 1
89
Jean, Moise
Vignette Poster Session 1
36
Kay, Cynthia
Abstract Poster Session 3
76
Jennings, Lee
Abstract Poster Session 3
143
Kay, Cynthia
Abstract Session D2
Jensen, Ashley
Abstract Poster Session 1
108
Kay, Jenna
Vignette Poster Session 3
Jensen-Otsu, Elsbeth
Abstract Session A4
Jih, Jane
Abstract Poster Session 2
Jih, Jane
John, Amrita
John, Amrita
Clinical VignDate Session B
Johnson, Joseph
Innovations Poster Session
Johnson, Kevin
Vignette Poster Session 1
143
Jones, Christine
Abstract Poster Session 3
Jones, Christine
Vignette Poster Session 2
Joseph, Matthew
61
Kebede, Sosena
Abstract Poster Session 3
66
50
Kern, Lisa
Abstract Poster Session 2
132
Abstract Poster Session 3
52
Kertesz, Stefan
Abstract Session E4
Abstract Poster Session 2
147
Khalid, Laila
Abstract Poster Session 2
138
1
Khokhar, Bushra
Abstract Poster Session 3
26
15
Khoulani, Dania
Vignette Poster Session 3
87
Khullar, Vikas
Vignette Poster Session 3
110
54
Khullar, Vikas
Vignette Poster Session 3
111
71
Kim, David
Vignette Poster Session 2
97
Vignette Poster Session 3
12
Kimbrough-Sugick, Jessie
Innovations Poster Session
Joy, Scott
Innovations Poster Session
16
Kirolos, Irene
Abstract Poster Session 1
6
Joy, Scott
Innovations Poster Session
17
Knapper, Joseph
Vignette Poster Session 2
120
Joy, Scott
Innovations Poster Session
18
Knudsen, Janine
Innovations Poster Session
62
Jubelt, Lindsay
Abstract Poster Session 1
Ko, Michelle
Abstract Poster Session 1
75
Just, Erica
Abstract Session C1
5
Kobayashi, Daiki
Abstract Poster Session 3
62
Justice, Amy
Abstract Poster Session 1
45
Kocurek, Emily
Vignette Poster Session 1
135
Kaczkowska, Beata
Vignette Poster Session 1
2
Kodiyanplakkal, Rosy Priya
Clinical Vignette Session C
Kadiyala, Himabindu
Vignette Poster Session 1
40
Koenig, Christopher
Abstract Poster Session 1
Kaiksow, Farah
Vignette Poster Session 3
107
Kolehmainen, Christine
Abstract Session C1
86
5
4
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3
88
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INDEX OF PRESENTING AUTHORS
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Kollipara, Venkata
Vignette Poster Session 1
Komanduri, Paavani
Vignette Poster Session 3
Kra, Joshua
Clinical Vignette Session A
Kraschnewski, Jennifer
Plenary Session 3
Krauskopf, Katherine
Abstract Poster Session 1
Kripalani, Sunil
Abstract Poster Session 1
Kripalani, Sunil
Abstract Poster Session 1
Krishnan, Sathish kumar
Krishnan, Sathish kumar
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
136
Leverette, Kara
Abstract Poster Session 3
49
126
Levin, Kenneth
Vignette Poster Session 2
30
3
Levine, David
Abstract Poster Session 2
121
4
Levine, David
Vignette Poster Session 3
122
48
Levine, Diane
Abstract Poster Session 2
128
71
Levine, Miriam
Vignette Poster Session 1
18
78
Levy, Douglas
Abstract Poster Session 3
17
Vignette Poster Session 1
57
Lewis, Carmen
Abstract Poster Session 2
18
Vignette Poster Session 1
58
Li, Gloria
Vignette Poster Session 3
54
Krishnarasa, Balakumar
Vignette Poster Session 2
104
Li, Yulong
Abstract Poster Session 1
52
Krug, Michael
Abstract Session D2
1
Liebschutz, Jane
Abstract Session E3
Kruse, Gina
Abstract Session D4
5
Lin, Jenny
Abstract Poster Session 2
Kueny, Katherine
Innovations Poster Session
47
Lin, Shing-Yu
Vignette Poster Session 2
70
Kular, Harman
Clinical Vignette Session E
1
Linsky, Amy
Abstract Poster Session 1
137
Kullgren, Jeffrey
Abstract Poster Session 2
68
Linsky, Amy
Abstract Poster Session 3
128
Kullgren, Jeffrey
Abstract Session B1
3
Linz, David
Abstract Session E1
Kullgren, Jeffrey
Abstract Session B2
2
Linz, David
Vignette Poster Session 1
64
Kumar, Harjinder
Vignette Poster Session 2
103
Litvin, Cara
Innovations Poster Session
19
Kumar, Pooja
Abstract Poster Session 2
78
Liu, Erin
Clinical VignDate Session B
5
Kumar, Pooja
Vignette Poster Session 3
86
Liu, Erin
Vignette Poster Session 2
Kunimatsu, Junwa
Vignette Poster Session 3
89
Liu, Jay
Clinical VignDate Session D
4
Kurman, Jonathan
Vignette Poster Session 3
103
Liu, Michael Pang-Hsiang
Abstract Session B4
2
Kushner, Robert
Abstract Poster Session 1
110
Liu, Michael Pang-Hsiang
Abstract Session C2
5
Kushnir, Margarita
Abstract Poster Session 3
31
Liu, Rhianon
Abstract Session E1
3
Kwon, Daniel
Abstract Poster Session 3
28
Lo, Daphne
Vignette Poster Session 1
24
Lafreniere, Justin
Innovations Poster Session
52
Lobo, Ingrid
Innovations Poster Session
20
Lagu, Tara
Abstract Session A4
6
Lodhi, Atena
Vignette Poster Session 3
21
Lahiji, Arta
Vignette Poster Session 2
57
Lodhi, Atena
Vignette Poster Session 3
22
Lahiji, Arta
Vignette Poster Session 2
58
Loeb, Danielle
Abstract Session F2
Laiteerapong, Neda
Abstract Session A1
Laponis, Ryan
Innovations Poster Session
Larochelle, Marc
Abstract Session D1
Law, Matthew
Vignette Poster Session 1
37
Lebduska, Elena
Vignette Poster Session 2
119
LeCleir, Julie
Vignette Poster Session 1
15
Lee, Elinor
Vignette Poster Session 3
141
Lee, Jonathan
Abstract Session D1
Lee, Kimberley
Abstract Poster Session 2
Lee, Patrick
Innovations Poster Session
Lee, Sei
Abstract Poster Session 1
Lee, Wei Wei
Innovations Poster Session
Leiss, Waltraud
Abstract Poster Session 1
19
Lemay, Megan
Vignette Poster Session 3
Leppin, Aaron
Abstract Poster Session 2
Leung, Alexander
Abstract Poster Session 1
Leung, Lucinda
Innovations Poster Session
1
5
14
2
14
1
Loertscher, Laura
Abstract Poster Session 1
80
Logan, Jessica
Innovations Poster Session
2
Loh, Kah Poh
Vignette Poster Session 1
90
Lowenstein, Margaret
Abstract Poster Session 3
18
Lui, Felix
Vignette Poster Session 3
51
Lui, Felix
Vignette Poster Session 3
52
Lund, Brian
Abstract Session E4
Lupton, Katherine
Innovations Poster Session
53
Lyles, Courtney
Abstract Poster Session 1
69
95
Lyman, Meghan
Vignette Poster Session 3
117
21
Madan, Ankit
Vignette Poster Session 1
119
48
Madan, Ankit
Vignette Poster Session 1
120
Madan, Ankit
Vignette Poster Session 1
121
108
Mafi, John
Abstract Poster Session 2
33
2
Mafi, John
Abstract Session D1
79
Mahmood, Maryam
Vignette Poster Session 3
32
73
Mahmood, Maryam
Vignette Poster Session 3
33
4
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115
1
60
3
87
INDEX OF PRESENTING AUTHORS
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Mainali, Naba
Vignette Poster Session 2
Mainali, Naba
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
18
Miller, Rachel
Abstract Session D2
Vignette Poster Session 2
19
Min, Lillian
Abstract Poster Session 1
Mainali, Naba
Vignette Poster Session 3
42
Min, Lillian
Abstract Session D4
Makam, Anil
Abstract Session C1
Miner, Brienne
Vignette Poster Session 1
45
Makam, Kasaiah
Abstract Poster Session 2
148
Mishuris, Rebecca
Abstract Poster Session 2
143
Malhotra, Rakesh
Vignette Poster Session 2
139
Mishuris, Rebecca
Abstract Poster Session 3
56
Mallikethi Lepakshi Reddy, S.
Vignette Poster Session 1
129
Mitchell, Nia
Abstract Poster Session 2
57
Maltby, Debra
Innovations Poster Session
21
Mitrevolis, Gary
Vignette Poster Session 3
109
Mamdani, Hirva
Vignette Poster Session 1
99
Monacelli, Jennifer
Abstract Poster Session 1
117
100
6
3
17
4
Mani, Mary Anne
Vignette Poster Session 2
Monacelli, Jennifer
Innovations Poster Session
8
Maniam, Nive
Innovations Poster Session
22
Monroe, Anne
Abstract Session B1
4
Mann, Elizabeth
Innovations Poster Session
23
Moore, Carlton
Abstract Poster Session 1
Manohar, Akshay
Vignette Poster Session 2
26
Moore, Courtney
Innovations Poster Session
72
Marcus, Erin
Abstract Poster Session 2
13
Moreland, Christopher
Abstract Poster Session 3
36
Marrast, Lyndonna
Abstract Poster Session 1
74
Morland, Thomas
Innovations Poster Session
Marrone, Kristen
Vignette Poster Session 2
77
Morone, Natalia
Abstract Poster Session 1
11
Martin, Eric
Innovations Poster Session
24
Morone, Natalia
Abstract Poster Session 1
12
Martinez, William
Abstract Session E1
1
Morris, Ashley
Abstract Poster Session 1
27
Masi, Christopher
Abstract Poster Session 3
110
Mosher, Hilary
Abstract Poster Session 1
13
Mastalerz, Katarzyna
Vignette Poster Session 3
68
Mosher, Hilary
Abstract Poster Session 2
73
Matsuura, Hirotaka
Vignette Poster Session 2
13
Mota, Prerna
Vignette Poster Session 3
27
Mauldin, Brandon
Vignette Poster Session 2
105
Moti, Dereje
Vignette Poster Session 3
102
Mayama, Michinori
Vignette Poster Session 2
111
Muldoon, Lily
Opening Plenary Session
2
McBee, Elexis
Abstract Poster Session 2
98
Mulukutla, Surya
Vignette Poster Session 2
110
McCormick, Danny
Abstract Poster Session 2
69
Mundell, Tim
Abstract Poster Session 3
84
McCormick, Danny
Innovations Poster Session
63
Munoz-Mendoza, Jerson
Vignette Poster Session 2
4
McGuire, Maura
Abstract Poster Session 2
131
Munoz-Mendoza, Jerson
Vignette Poster Session 2
5
McGuire, Maura
Innovations Poster Session
45
Munoz-Mendoza, Jerson
Vignette Poster Session 3
13
McKenna, Tatiana
Vignette Poster Session 1
89
Murase, Chiaki
Clinical Vignette Session E
McNeely, Erin
Abstract Poster Session 3
104
Murphy, Daniel
Abstract Poster Session 3
McNeely, Jennifer
Abstract Poster Session 1
99
Nafisi, Arash
Innovations Poster Session
Mecchella, John
Abstract Session F4
1
Nagarkar, Kalpana
Vignette Poster Session 1
Meddings, Jennifer
Abstract Poster Session 1
129
Nagarkar, Kalpana
Vignette Poster Session 1
111
Meddings, Jennifer
Abstract Poster Session 2
134
Nagarkar, Kalpana
Vignette Poster Session 2
101
Mehraban, Navid
Vignette Poster Session 3
26
Nagasaka, Misako
Vignette Poster Session 2
41
Meier, Kristen
Vignette Poster Session 1
92
Naito, Toshio
Abstract Poster Session 2
77
Mejia, Raul
Abstract Poster Session 2
36
Nakamura, Takeomi
Vignette Poster Session 1
19
Mejia, Raul
Abstract Poster Session 2
37
Nall, Ryan
Innovations Poster Session
Mener, Andrew
Vignette Poster Session 1
123
Nall, Ryan
Vignette Poster Session 1
48
Mensz, Jean
Vignette Poster Session 1
28
Nambudiri, Navya
Vignette Poster Session 2
9
Meyer, Emily
Abstract Poster Session 2
101
Nandiwada, Deepa Rani
Clinical Vignette Session C
5
Michaelidis, Constantinos
Abstract Poster Session 1
32
Nasir, Irem
Vignette Poster Session 2
49
Michtalik, Henry
Abstract Session A1
3
Nasir, Saifullah
Vignette Poster Session 3
60
Michtalik, Henry
CPI Session B
5
Nasr, Youssef
Vignette Poster Session 1
72
Miller, David
Abstract Poster Session 1
68
Nassery, Najlla
Abstract Poster Session 1
141
Miller, David
Abstract Poster Session 3
121
Nat, Amitpal
Vignette Poster Session 2
93
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113
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141
25
110
104
INDEX OF PRESENTING AUTHORS
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Nat, Amitpal
Vignette Poster Session 2
Nelsen, Eric
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
94
Patel, Shyam
Vignette Poster Session 3
128
Vignette Poster Session 2
46
Patel, Vaidehi
Vignette Poster Session 2
124
Nelson, Karin
Abstract Poster Session 1
113
Patel, Viraj
Abstract Poster Session 3
41
Neugarten, Carter
Abstract Poster Session 3
87
Patel-Chheda, Monalee
Clinical VignDate Session B
Nevin, Christa
Abstract Poster Session 2
91
Pathmanathan, Ishani
Vignette Poster Session 1
68
Ng, Moyna
Innovations Poster Session
55
Pathmanathan, Ishani
Vignette Poster Session 1
69
Nguyen, Dan-Vinh
Abstract Poster Session 2
16
Pathmanathan, Ishani
Vignette Poster Session 2
95
Nguyen, Oanh
Abstract Session E2
Nichols, Laura
Vignette Poster Session 1
Nicklas, Jacinda
Plenary Session 2
Nickoloff, Sarah
Innovations Poster Session
Niemeyer-Guimaraes, Marcio
Abstract Poster Session 1
1
4
Patil, Mitalee
Abstract Poster Session 1
103
100
Patsias, Iani
Vignette Poster Session 3
31
1
Pazo, Valeria
Abstract Poster Session 3
67
26
Pearson, Meg
Innovations Poster Session
64
30
Peccoralo, Lauren
Innovations Poster Session
98
Niess, Meredith
Vignette Poster Session 1
25
Pedley, Carolyn
Abstract Poster Session 3
119
Niess, Meredith
Vignette Poster Session 1
26
Pels, Richard
Innovations Poster Session
102
Njeru, Jane
Vignette Poster Session 1
Percac-Lima, Sanja
Abstract Poster Session 2
8
Nundy, Shantanu
Innovations Poster Session
27
Perez, Hector
Abstract Poster Session 3
125
O'Brien, Matthew
Abstract Poster Session 2
67
Persell, Stephen
Abstract Poster Session 1
56
O'Donnell, Erin
Clinical VignDate Session D
Odulana, Adebowale
Abstract Poster Session 2
O'Hanlon, Claire
Abstract Session A2
Ohde, Sachiko
Abstract Poster Session 1
86
Ojeda, Jason
Innovations Poster Session
Oktay, Ahmet
Olomu, Ade
5
3
Peters, Matthew
Clinical VignDate Session D
66
Peters, Matthew
Vignette Poster Session 3
66
2
Peters, Matthew
Vignette Poster Session 3
67
Pflaum, Jacqueline
Vignette Poster Session 3
85
92
Phan, Peter-Trung
Vignette Poster Session 1
1
Vignette Poster Session 3
81
Picchioni, Michael
Innovations Poster Session
Abstract Poster Session 1
65
Pinto Miranda, Veronica
Vignette Poster Session 2
Olomu, Ade
Abstract Poster Session 2
15
Pitt, Kelli
Vignette Poster Session 3
53
O'Malley, Patrick
Abstract Session B4
1
Pitts, Samantha
Abstract Poster Session 1
47
Ong, Michael
Abstract Session B3
3
Plakke, Michael
Vignette Poster Session 1
109
Ong, Michael
Abstract Session E2
5
Plakke, Michael
Vignette Poster Session 2
79
Otto, Mallory
Vignette Poster Session 1
42
Plakke, Michael
Vignette Poster Session 2
80
Oyler, Julie
Innovations Poster Session
112
Plumhoff, Jordan
Abstract Poster Session 2
59
Oza, Sandra
Innovations Poster Session
82
Podugu, Amareshwar
Vignette Poster Session 2
87
Oza, Sandra
Innovations Poster Session
83
Pollack, Craig
Abstract Poster Session 2
12
Page, Cameron
Abstract Session A3
5
Pollack, Craig
Abstract Session B3
Palepu, Anita
Abstract Session F1
3
Pong, Denise
Abstract Poster Session 3
126
Palla, Mohan
Abstract Poster Session 3
63
Prasad, Megha
Vignette Poster Session 1
102
Pan, Lu
Vignette Poster Session 3
43
Prasad, Prashant
Vignette Poster Session 2
76
Pandey, Tanu
Innovations Poster Session
58
Press, Matthew
Abstract Session D4
Parikh, Chiti
Abstract Poster Session 2
35
Press, Valerie
Abstract Poster Session 1
77
Park, Doyun
Abstract Poster Session 2
79
Price, Erika
Abstract Poster Session 1
136
Park, Doyun
Vignette Poster Session 2
42
Privette, Emily
Vignette Poster Session 3
5
Park, Lee
Innovations Poster Session
116
Prochaska, Megan
Abstract Poster Session 2
129
Patel, Amit
Innovations Poster Session
28
Provenzano, Audrey
Abstract Poster Session 3
2
Patel, Anar
Vignette Poster Session 1
29
Pudusseri, Anita
Vignette Poster Session 2
40
Patel, Dhruti
Vignette Poster Session 2
112
Purnell, Tanjala
Abstract Poster Session 1
26
Patel, Kartik
Innovations Poster Session
110
Quinlan, Patrick
Vignette Poster Session 2
125
Patel, Mitesh
Abstract Session D1
6
Quwatli, Waleed
Vignette Poster Session 1
16
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87
141
2
1
89
INDEX OF PRESENTING AUTHORS
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Radomski, Thomas
Vignette Poster Session 2
Rahman, Irene
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
90
Rothberg, Michael
Abstract Session F2
Vignette Poster Session 1
75
Roy, Michael
Abstract Poster Session 2
108
Raizada, Miles
Vignette Poster Session 1
114
Ryskina, Kira
Abstract Poster Session 3
72
Ramachandran, Ambili
Abstract Poster Session 3
46
Ryu, Changwan
Innovations Poster Session
31
Ramesh, Navitha
Vignette Poster Session 1
107
Sabari, Joshua
Clinical VignDate Session B
2
Ramirez, Rigoberto
Vignette Poster Session 1
137
Sabari, Joshua
Clinical Vignette Session A
4
Ramirez-Zohfeld, Vanessa
Abstract Poster Session 2
9
Sabia, Eiad
Vignette Poster Session 2
Ramos, Michelle
Abstract Session C3
2
Sadikot, Cindy
Abstract Poster Session 2
99
Randall, Lori
Vignette Poster Session 3
100
Saenger, Michael
Innovations Poster Session
32
Rane, Meghan
Vignette Poster Session 2
142
Safo, Stella
Vignette Poster Session 3
15
Rao, Megha
Abstract Poster Session 2
149
Saitz, Richard
Abstract Session E3
Rapoport, Alison
Abstract Session E2
3
Salahudeen, Ameen
Vignette Poster Session 3
Rappaport, Michelle
Abstract Poster Session 3
24
Salanitro, Amanda
Abstract Poster Session 2
74
Rashid, Qura Tul Ain
Vignette Poster Session 1
60
Salman, Ahmed
Vignette Poster Session 1
80
Ratner, Shana
Innovations Poster Session
29
Salvana, Jose
Innovations Poster Session
33
Ratner, Shana
Opening Plenary Session
3
Sam, Tanyka
Abstract Session F1
Ravaee, Ben
Vignette Poster Session 2
59
Samal, Lipika
Abstract Poster Session 2
Ravenell, Joseph
Abstract Poster Session 1
72
Sandler, Rachel
Vignette Poster Session 2
31
Rawal, Shail
Vignette Poster Session 3
101
Sandler, Rachel
Vignette Poster Session 2
32
Ray, Maile
Abstract Poster Session 3
117
Sandler, Rachel
Vignette Poster Session 3
57
Raza, Yasmin
Vignette Poster Session 1
141
Sandouk, Zahrae
Vignette Poster Session 2
55
Razouki, Zayd
Abstract Poster Session 2
29
Sandouk, Zahrae
Vignette Poster Session 2
56
Reddy, Kartika
Vignette Poster Session 1
97
Sandouk, Zahrae
Vignette Poster Session 3
119
Reddy, Shivani
Abstract Poster Session 3
3
Sankare, Ibrahima
Abstract Poster Session 2
41
Reddy, Shivani
Abstract Session E4
4
Sankey, Christopher
Vignette Poster Session 1
81
Redmond, Nicole
Abstract Poster Session 3
44
Sankey, Christopher
Vignette Poster Session 1
82
Reed, Stewart
Abstract Poster Session 2
45
Sankey, Christopher
Vignette Poster Session 2
28
Rhayem, Joelle
Vignette Poster Session 3
35
Sankey, Christopher
Vignette Poster Session 2
29
Rickards, Gretchen
Abstract Session E2
2
Sankey, Christopher
Vignette Poster Session 3
91
Rief, John
Abstract Poster Session 2
Rigotti, Nancy
Abstract Session C2
Rios, Rebeca
75
6
93
1
133
Santoyo-Olsson, Jasmine
Abstract Session B4
3
Sarkar, Urmimala
Abstract Poster Session 1
139
Abstract Poster Session 1
123
Sarkar, Urmimala
Abstract Poster Session 3
137
Rios, Rebeca
Abstract Poster Session 2
85
Sato, Tatsuya
Vignette Poster Session 1
96
Ripp, Jonathan
Abstract Poster Session 3
77
Satyal Chaudhary, Archana
Vignette Poster Session 3
97
Rodriguez, Giovanna
Vignette Poster Session 2
108
Satyal Chaudhary, Archana
Vignette Poster Session 3
98
Rogers, Elizabeth
Abstract Session B3
Saunders, Katherine
Vignette Poster Session 3
84
Rogers, Stephanie
Abstract Poster Session 3
32
Sawatsky, Adam
Abstract Poster Session 1
87
Rombaoa, Christopher
Vignette Poster Session 3
129
Sayanlar, Jason
Clinical VignDate Session D
1
Rosa, Rossana
Vignette Poster Session 3
14
Schapira, Marilyn
Abstract Session F2
2
Rose, Stephanie
Abstract Poster Session 1
105
Schenker, Yael
Abstract Session F2
Rose, Stephanie
Abstract Poster Session 3
116
Schiff, Gordon
Abstract Poster Session 1
138
Rosland, Ann-Marie
Abstract Poster Session 3
100
Schiff, Gordon
Abstract Poster Session 2
144
Rosner, Zachary
Innovations Poster Session
30
Schmidt, Stacie
Innovations Poster Session
127
Ross, Kathryn
Abstract Poster Session 3
73
Schmidt, Stacie
Innovations Poster Session
128
Rothberg, Michael
Abstract Poster Session 2
146
Schmitt, Jessica
Abstract Poster Session 1
94
Rothberg, Michael
Abstract Session D3
Schoenborn, Nancy
Abstract Poster Session 1
18
90
126
6
4
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INDEX OF PRESENTING AUTHORS
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Schonberg, Mara
Abstract Session C2
Schott, Stacey
Vignette Poster Session 3
Schwartz, Noa
Schwei, Rebecca
Schwei, Rebecca
Sciamanna, Christopher
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Silveira, Maria
Abstract Session A2
65
Silverman, Julie
Vignette Poster Session 3
79
Vignette Poster Session 1
62
Simmons, Leigh
Abstract Poster Session 3
96
Abstract Poster Session 1
73
Simmons, Leigh
CPI Session B
Abstract Poster Session 2
58
Simon, James
Abstract Poster Session 3
8
Abstract Poster Session 1
104
Simon, Steven
Abstract Poster Session 1
101
Sciamanna, Christopher
Abstract Poster Session 2
120
Singer, Jessica
Abstract Session A1
Scotto, Lena
Vignette Poster Session 3
Singh, Mamta
Innovations Poster Session
Seal, Karen
Innovations Poster Session
Singh, Pahul
Vignette Poster Session 1
Secemsky, Brian
Vignette Poster Session 3
6
Singh, Prabhat
Vignette Poster Session 1
30
Segar, Nora
Vignette Poster Session 3
120
Singh, Sonal
Abstract Poster Session 1
42
Segon, Ankur
Abstract Poster Session 2
87
Singh, Sonal
Abstract Poster Session 2
23
Segon, Yogita
Vignette Poster Session 1
105
Singh, Sonal
Abstract Poster Session 3
20
Segon, Yogita
Vignette Poster Session 2
21
Singla, Abhishek
Vignette Poster Session 1
126
Segon, Yogita
Vignette Poster Session 2
22
Sirotin, Nicole
Innovations Poster Session
100
Selden, Elizabeth
Vignette Poster Session 3
8
Sivagnanam, Kamesh
Vignette Poster Session 2
128
Sengupta, Vikram
Vignette Poster Session 1
88
Sivagnanam, Kamesh
Vignette Poster Session 2
129
Sertich, Anthony
Clinical Vignette Session A
Sethi, Pooja
Vignette Poster Session 3
1
1
44
5
1
6
81
127
2
Slight, Sarah
Abstract Poster Session 2
22
146
Slight, Sarah
Abstract Poster Session 3
139
Sethi, Pooja
Vignette Poster Session 3
147
Smith, Christopher
Innovations Poster Session
77
Sethi, Pooja
Vignette Poster Session 3
148
Smith, Christopher
Vignette Poster Session 1
71
Shah, Mihir
Vignette Poster Session 3
144
Smith, Dustin
Innovations Poster Session
56
Shah, Mihir
Vignette Poster Session 3
145
Smith, Dustin
Innovations Poster Session
109
Shah, Neil
Abstract Poster Session 2
1
Smith, Dustin
Vignette Poster Session 2
Shah, Riddhi
Vignette Poster Session 2
130
Smith, Robert
Innovations Poster Session
Shahukhal, Ravi
Vignette Poster Session 1
95
Snapinn, Elizabeth
Vignette Poster Session 2
Shaikh, Armaan
Vignette Poster Session 3
72
Snoeyenbos, Gretchen
Clinical Vignette Session E
Shakeel, Qasim
Abstract Poster Session 3
114
Snounou, Hani
Vignette Poster Session 1
87
Shameem, Raji
Abstract Poster Session 3
27
Sodavarapu, Soujanya
Vignette Poster Session 1
51
Shameem, Raji
Vignette Poster Session 1
117
Sodavarapu, Soujanya
Vignette Poster Session 1
52
Shameem, Raji
Vignette Poster Session 1
118
Soliman, Michael
Abstract Session F3
2
Shameem, Raji
Vignette Poster Session 2
117
Sommers, Benjamin
Plenary Session 2
2
Shameem, Raji
Vignette Poster Session 2
118
Sonpal, Niket
Vignette Poster Session 3
44
Sharma, Aparna
Vignette Poster Session 1
53
Sonpal, Niket
Vignette Poster Session 3
45
Sharma, Rashmi
Abstract Poster Session 1
5
Sonpal, Niket
Vignette Poster Session 3
46
Sharma, Rashmi
Abstract Session A2
1
Soones, Tacara
Abstract Poster Session 1
31
Shen, Amy
Abstract Poster Session 1
128
Spagnola, Michael
Vignette Poster Session 1
101
Shen, Jane
Vignette Poster Session 1
142
Spain, Thomas
Innovations Poster Session
34
Sheridan, Stacey
Abstract Poster Session 3
124
Spataro, Brielle
Vignette Poster Session 3
34
Shochet, Robert
Abstract Poster Session 3
81
Sridharan, Ashwin
Clinical Session F
Shoffeitt, Michael
Vignette Poster Session 1
140
Stark, Allison
Abstract Poster Session 1
Shokr, Aiman
Vignette Poster Session 3
70
Stella, Sarah
Abstract Session F3
Shroff, Swati
Abstract Poster Session 3
47
Sterling, Madeline
Abstract Poster Session 2
26
Siddharthan, Trishul
Innovations Poster Session
76
Sterling, Madeline
Vignette Poster Session 3
48
Siddiqi, Aisha
Vignette Poster Session 1
54
Stewart, Emily
Abstract Poster Session 1
Siddiqui, Ammar
Innovations Poster Session
67
Stiegler, Bridget
Innovations Poster Session
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131
2
1
20
5
35
117
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Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Streit, Sven
Abstract Poster Session 3
Stuck, Anna
Abstract Session F4
Stull, Mandy
Vignette Poster Session 1
Sudore, Rebecca
Abstract Session A2
Sue, Kimberly
Innovations Poster Session
Sugiyama, Takehiro
Abstract Poster Session 1
Sulaiman, Samian
Vignette Poster Session 3
Sulaiman, Samian
Sultan, Anita
Sundaragiri, Pranathi
Sunesara, Rahana
Suri, Arjun
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Thamwiwat, Alisa
Vignette Poster Session 3
23
Thapa, Rachana
Abstract Poster Session 3
123
Thiel, Brent
Vignette Poster Session 3
4
Thimmisetty, Ravi
Vignette Poster Session 2
54
35
Thomas, Holly
Abstract Session C4
2
2
Thomas, John
Abstract Poster Session 1
9
58
Thomas, John
Abstract Poster Session 1
10
Vignette Poster Session 3
59
Thorndike, Anne
Abstract Session B2
Vignette Poster Session 2
48
Tilburt, Jon
Abstract Poster Session 2
65
Vignette Poster Session 1
79
To, Matthew
Abstract Poster Session 2
39
Vignette Poster Session 3
132
Tofighi, Babak
Abstract Poster Session 1
97
Innovations Poster Session
70
Tofighi, Babak
Innovations Poster Session
75
Sussman, Jeremy
Abstract Poster Session 1
46
Torke, Alexia
Abstract Poster Session 1
8
Suwachittanont, Nattachai
Vignette Poster Session 1
6
Torok, Haruka
Abstract Poster Session 3
65
Swedish, Kristin
Abstract Session B2
6
Trimbur, Catherine
Abstract Poster Session 1
125
Sweeney, Kathryn
Abstract Poster Session 3
112
Trimbur, Catherine
Clinical Session F
5
Szymusiak, John
Vignette Poster Session 1
65
Trivedi, Amal
Plenary Session 3
2
Szymusiak, John
Vignette Poster Session 1
66
Trivedi, Ranak
Abstract Poster Session 2
102
Tackett, Sean
Abstract Session D2
2
Tsai, Adam
Abstract Poster Session 1
112
Tackett, Sean
Abstract Session E1
4
Tsai, Eugenia
Vignette Poster Session 3
82
Taitel, Michael
Abstract Session C3
4
Tsugihashi, Yukio
Abstract Poster Session 1
85
Takahashi, Osamu
Abstract Poster Session 2
124
Tudtud-Hans, Leah
Abstract Poster Session 2
92
Takahashi, Traci
Innovations Poster Session
118
Turk, Jordan
Vignette Poster Session 1
4
Takiar, Radhika
Abstract Poster Session 3
130
Turner, Barbara
Abstract Poster Session 2
130
Taksler, Glen
Abstract Poster Session 2
7
Turner, Barbara
Abstract Poster Session 3
127
Talamantes, Efrain
Abstract Poster Session 2
137
Ukaigwe, Anene
Vignette Poster Session 2
82
Tamariz, Leonardo
Abstract Poster Session 1
61
Ukaigwe, Anene
Vignette Poster Session 2
83
Tamariz, Leonardo
Abstract Poster Session 1
62
Usifo, Katrin
Vignette Poster Session 2
67
Tamariz, Leonardo
Abstract Poster Session 2
40
Vaisberg, Ekaterina
Abstract Poster Session 1
59
Tamariz, Leonardo
Abstract Poster Session 3
34
Vaisberg, Ekaterina
Abstract Poster Session 2
117
Tamrat, Ruth
Abstract Poster Session 1
81
Vallabhajosyula, Saraschandra
Vignette Poster Session 1
34
Tan, Chunzhen
Abstract Session A3
2
Vallabhajosyula, Saraschandra
Vignette Poster Session 1
35
Tan, Mimi
Vignette Poster Session 2
44
Valluru, Nalini
Vignette Poster Session 2
116
Tang, Joyce
Abstract Poster Session 3
129
van Eeghen, Constance
Innovations Poster Session
Tang, Joyce
Abstract Session B1
Van Wieren, Andrew
Innovations Poster Session
99
Tang, Ning
Abstract Poster Session 3
22
Varadarajan, Indumathy
Vignette Poster Session 3
90
Tang, Ning
Innovations Poster Session
36
Varghese, Santosh
Abstract Poster Session 3
105
70
Tannis, Candace
Abstract Poster Session 1
Tartaglia, Kimberly
Innovations Poster Session
138
4
106
3
2
1
37
Varkey, Anita
Plenary Session 3
124
Varma, Divyashree
Vignette Poster Session 3
139
3
Tartaglia, Kimberly
Innovations Poster Session
125
Veazey, Kathyrn
Vignette Poster Session 2
143
Tartaglia, Kimberly
Innovations Poster Session
126
Veerappan Kandasamy, V.
Vignette Poster Session 1
32
Tartaglia, Kimberly
Vignette Poster Session 1
55
Veerappan Kandasamy, V.
Vignette Poster Session 1
33
Tashman, Ra'ad
Abstract Poster Session 2
83
Velez, Christopher
Vignette Poster Session 3
7
Tau, Jianhua
Vignette Poster Session 3
49
Viana, Artur
Vignette Poster Session 2
113
Teasdale, Sara
Abstract Poster Session 3
74
Villegas, Luis
Innovations Poster Session
Tetrault, Jeanette
Abstract Poster Session 3
88
Vimalananda, Varsha
Abstract Session B4
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Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Vincent, Duncan
Abstract Poster Session 1
Virapongse, Anunta
CPI Session B
Virgini, Vanessa
Abstract Poster Session 1
Visrodia, Kavel
Clinical Vignette Session A
Voit, Jessica
Vora, Alpa
Wachterman, Melissa
Abstract Session B1
115
2
120
Presentation Order
Poster Number
Presenting Author
Session
Wray, Charlie
Abstract Poster Session 2
Wrenn, Katherine
Clinical Vignette Session C
82
4
Wu, Charlotte
CPI Session B
5
Wu, Ethel
Abstract Poster Session 1
3
Vignette Poster Session 2
7
Wu, Rebekah
Abstract Poster Session 1
121
Vignette Poster Session 3
47
Wu, Rebekah
Abstract Poster Session 2
123
5
Xie, Yan Yan
Vignette Poster Session 3
137
84
Wahner-Roedler, Dietlind
Vignette Poster Session 3
94
Yalamanchili, Bindu
Clinical Vignette Session C
Wakeman, Sarah
Abstract Poster Session 3
90
Yang, Juliana
Vignette Poster Session 3
112
Walling, Anne
Abstract Poster Session 1
7
Yao-Cohen, Morgen
Vignette Poster Session 1
50
Wang, Emily
Abstract Poster Session 1
107
Yeh, Shihfan
Innovations Poster Session
39
Wang, Emily
Abstract Poster Session 2
49
Yehuda, Marelle
Innovations Poster Session
40
Wang, Emily
Abstract Session C3
Wang, Linda
Innovations Poster Session
Ward, Charlotte
Ward, Charlotte
Ward, Charlotte
Abstract Session D4
Ward, Charlotte
Innovations Poster Session
Warde, Carole
Innovations Poster Session
1
1
Yoo, Michael
Vignette Poster Session 3
20
66
Yoshihara, Masato
Vignette Poster Session 3
71
Abstract Poster Session 1
91
Young, Eric
Abstract Session B1
Abstract Poster Session 2
139
Yu, Eunice
Abstract Poster Session 1
90
Zackula, Rosalee
Abstract Poster Session 1
49
38
Zagha, David
Vignette Poster Session 2
62
43
Zane, Andrew
Vignette Poster Session 2
102
42
2
1
6
Watanabe Tejada, Luis
Abstract Session A3
Zhang, Lujia
Abstract Poster Session 3
Watari, Takashi
Vignette Poster Session 3
142
Zipkin, Daniella
Abstract Session D3
2
Wee, Christina
Abstract Poster Session 1
39
Zreloff, Jennifer
Abstract Session B3
5
Wee, Christina
Abstract Poster Session 2
38
Zulman, Donna
Abstract Session A1
5
Wee, Christina
Abstract Session F3
Wei, Melissa
Vignette Poster Session 2
81
Weinstein, Zoe
Abstract Poster Session 3
120
Weir, David
Vignette Poster Session 1
73
Weir, David
Vignette Poster Session 1
74
Wenger, Neil
Abstract Poster Session 1
3
Werner, Carly
Abstract Poster Session 3
9
Werner, Robert
Vignette Poster Session 2
20
Wharam, James
Abstract Session B2
White, Richard
Abstract Poster Session 1
58
Whitely, Kristin
Abstract Poster Session 3
37
Wieland, Mark
Abstract Poster Session 1
63
Wiles, Mary
Vignette Poster Session 1
59
Willens, David
Abstract Poster Session 3
118
Williams, David
Abstract Session E1
Wilper, Andrew
Abstract Poster Session 2
113
Winston, Ginger
Abstract Poster Session 3
48
Winston, Ginger
Abstract Poster Session 3
51
Witt, Rebecca
Vignette Poster Session 1
133
Wofford, James
Abstract Poster Session 3
79
Wolf, Michael
Abstract Poster Session 2
62
Wolf, Michael
Abstract Poster Session 3
136
Wolff, Hans
Abstract Poster Session 2
44
6
3
5
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Caridad Hernandez, MD
Joseph S. Rabatin, MD
Urmimala Sarkar, MD, MPH
Patricia A. Thomas, MD
Preventive Medicine
Scott E. Sherman, MD, MPH, Chair
Michael P. Carson, MD
Ramona S. DeJesus, MD
Martina J. Jelley, MD, MSPH
Kristin M. Jensen, MD, MS
Alaka Ray, MD
Asher A. Tulsky, MD
Quality of Care/Patient
Safety
Leora Horwitz, MD, MHSc, Chair
Romsai Tony Boonyasai, MD, MPH
Harry B. Burke, MD
Susan C. Day, MD
Jason S. Fish, MD, MSHS
Blair W. Fosburgh, MD
Diane Lynn Levine, MD
Sandhya K. Rao, MD
Urmimala Sarkar, MD, MPH
Research Methods
Lori Orlando, MD, MHS, Chair
Arshiya A. Baig, MD, MPH
David Edelman, MD, MHSc
Carlos A. Estrada, MD, MS
Nicole Redmond, MD, PhD, MPH
Jodi B. Segal, MD, MPH
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Christine C. Welles, MD
John W. Williams, Jr., MD, MHSc
Women’s Health
Erin D. Snyder, MD, Chair
Megan R. Gerber, MD, MPH
Jennifer L. Kraschnewski, MD, MPH
Deborah S. Kwolek, MD
Jenny J. Lin, MD
Blanca M. Sckell, MD, MPH, FACP
Susan Y. Urban, MD
Innovations in Medical
Education Review
Committee Members
Steven Angus, MD
Sudeep K Aulakh, MD, FRCPC
Kimberly Marie Baker-Genaw, MD
Jeffrey T Bates, MD
Raquel K Belforti, DO
Christine L Bryson, DO, FACP
Cathryn Caton, MD, MS
Karen M. Chacko, MD
Karen A. Clarke, MD, MPH, MSc
Barbara A. Cooper, MD, FACP
Rupel Dedhia, MD
Sean M. Drake
Andy Ekpenyong, MD
Katherine I. Harris, MD
Peggy B. Hasley, MD
Jason Higdon, MD
Stephen J. Huot, MD, PhD
Ryan R Kraemer, MD
Michael S Langan, MD, BS
Rita S. Lee, MD
Lia S Logio, MD
Katherine M McKinney, MD
Melissa A. McNeil, MD, MPH
Robert J. Nardino, MD
Cheryl W O’Malley, MD
Jaya Raj, MD
Subha Ramani, MBBS, MMEd, MPH
Eileen E. Reynolds, MD
Sheira L Schlair, MD, MS
Dustin T Smith, MD
Maria A. Wamsley, MD
Colin P West, MD, PhD
Clinical Practice
Innovations Review
Committee Members
Aniyizhai Annamalai, MD
Rebecca S. Brienza, MD, MPH
Yvonne Marie Diaz, MD, FACP
Bradley N. Doebbeling, MD, MSc
David C. Dugdale, MD
Jason S. Fish, MD, MSHS
Martha S. Gerrity, MD, MPH, PhD
Jennifer Neuman Goldstein,
Jed D Gonzalo, MD
Ellie Grossman, MD, MPH
David Haggstrom, MD
Stephen G Henry, MD, MSc
Brooke Herndon, MD
Stacy L Hess, MD
Danielle Hoover, MD,MPH
Rose M Kakoza, MD
Kurt Kroenke, MD
Luci K Leykum, MD, MBA, MSc
Debra K. Litzelman, MD
Danielle F. Loeb, MD
Marianne S Matthias, MS, PhD
Daniel R. Murphy, MD, MBA
Anna B. Reisman, MD
Calie Santana, MD,MHSc
Michelle L Schoepflin Sanders, MD,
MTS
Christopher N Sciamanna, MD, MPH
Eileen L. Seeholzer, MD,MS
Hardeep Singh, MD, MPH
Malathi Srinivasan, MD
Mark Glenn Stokes, MD
Jason H Szostek, MD
Alexia M Torke, MD, MS
Mark G. Weiner, MD
William G. Weppner, MD MPH
James L. Wofford, MD,MS
Elizabeth M. Yano, PhD,MSPH
Clinical Vignette Review
Committee Members
Nadia N Amin, MD
Scott Arnold, MD
Anne-Marie Audet, MD,MSc,SM
Melissa R Bachhuber
Stuart J Bagatell, MD
Jennifer S Bequette, MD
Loretta Berger, MD
Lisa B Bernstein, MD
Deepa Bhatnagar, MD,BA
Anjan Bhattacharyya, MD
Sujata Bhushan, MD
Kara Bischoff, MD
Shannon K Boerner, MD
Anne M. Brancaccio, MD
Ursula K Braun, MD, MPH
Rebecca T Brown, MD
Shahed L Brown, MD
Christopher Bruti
Andree A.Burnett, MD
Elizabeth McNeill Byrd, MD
James C Byrd, MD
Marianne Camargo, MD
Jessica E Campbell,
Jillian S Catalanotti, MD, MPH
Teresa Cheng, MD
Huai Y. Cheng, MD
Colleen Christmas, MD
Shawn Cole, MD
Ricardo Correa, M,MD, ATD
Kelly Cunningham Sponsler, MD
Patrick Daly, MD
Rupel Dedhia, MD
Parakkal Deepak, MD
Stephan Dehmel,
Radha Devi, MD
Michelle J Devor, MD
Deborah Julia DeWaay, MD
Abigail K Deyo, MD
Margretta M. Diemer, MD
Tracey E. Doering, MD
Abigail P Eastburn
Jessica Eng, MD
Michele M Fang
Christopher A.Feddock, MD, MS
Robert L Fogerty, MD,MPH
Emily D. Fondahn, MD
Maria G. Frank, MD
Morganna Louise Freeman-Keller,
DO
David W Frost, MD
John R. Fudyma, MPH,MD
Evelyn W Gathecha, MD
Susan B. Glick, MD
Jennifer Neuman Goldstein,
Maria Gove, FAAP, FACP
Jaspal S Gujral, MBBS
Nageshwara Gullapalli, MD,MPH
Shanu Gupta, Bachelor of Medicine,
MD
Catherine H Habashy, MD
Melissa (Moe) Hagman, MD
Laura A. Hanyok, MD
Nowreen Haq, MD, MPH
Jerome E. Herbers, MD,MBA
Takahiro Higashi, MD,PhD
William W Hung, MD, MPH
Saraswati R Iobst, MD
Rhett L Jackson, MD
Atul Jain, MD, MS
Jane Jih, MD, MPH
Cortney N Joneikis, MD, MS
Christine D Jones, MD
Girish L Kalra, MD
Areeba Y Kara, MBBS
Mahzuz Karim
Sudhakar P Karlapudi, MD
Morgan J Katz, MD
Lubna Khawaja, MD
Meghan M Kiefer, MD
Victor O. Kolade, MD
Ryan R Kraemer, MD
Gina R Kruse, MD, MS
Ethan F Kuperman, MD
Meredith Lash-Dardia,
Amanda K LaViolette, MD, MPH,
FACP
Michael E Lazarus, MD
Bennett B. Lee, MD, MPH
Debra S Leizman, MD
Abigail Lenhart, M.D.
Sharon Leung, MD
Jenny J Lin, MD
Patrick W. Lindner, M.D.
Dandan Liu, MD
Schuyler D Livingston, MD
Sean M Lockwood, MD
Lee Lu, M.D.
Elizabeth A.Lyons, MD
Archana M Mahankali, MD
Renee M Mallory, M.D.
Mia Marcus, MD
Lyndonna M Marrast, MD
Johanna Martinez,
Victoria L Mayer
Elexis C McBee, DO
Yasmin S Meah, MD
Brian J Meyer, MD, MPH
Chad S Miller, MD
SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
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ANNUAL MEETING PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Denise M. Millstine, MD
Charlene Mitchell, MD
Cassandra W Murphy, MD
Vijaiganesh Nagarajan, MD, MRCP
Vinod E Nambudiri, MD, MBA
Jeremiah H Newsom, MD
Avital Y O’Glasser, MD
Deborah Omori, MD
Sandra K Oza, MD
Smitha R Pabbathi, MD
Lee H. Park, MD
Shalini Patel
Matthew N Peters, MD
Jay I Pomerantz, MD, MMM, FACP
Mario C Ponce, MD
Heidi S. Powell, MD
Rhea E. Powell, MD, MPH
Vijay Rajput, MD
Harsha Ramchandani, MD
Padmashri Rastogi, MD
Shakaib U. Rehman, MD, FACP,
FAACH
Jonathan A.Ripp, MD
Michelle Rossi, MD
Michael Rotblatt, MD, PharmD
Lisa M. Rucker, MD
Rene Salazar, MD
Elizabeth R Sandman, MD
Christopher B Sankey, MD
Mrinalini Sarkar, MD
Urmimala Sarkar, MD, MPH
Simone Scarlata, MD
Ami Schattner, MD
Shwetha Sequeira, MD
Noppon P Setji, MD
Vinay Shah, MD,FACP
Bradley Allen Sharpe, MD
Mona Siddiqui, MD
Leigh H Simmons, M.D.
Aditi Singh, MD
Madhusree Singh, MD
Abbijai Singh, MD
Halle G. Sobel, MD
Maria Sobolev, MD
Niket Sonpal, MD
Carol L Sprague, MD
Corrie A. Stankiewicz, MD
Daniel I Steinberg, MD
Mark Glenn Stokes, MD
Christine M. Stoltz, MD
Quratulain Syed, MD
Samuel Calvin Thigpen, MD,FACP
Sadie Trammell Velasquez, MD
Thomas Triantafillou, MD
Joseph Truglio, MD
Matthew G. Tuck, MD,FACP
Asher A. Tulsky, MD
Brian S Uthlaut, MD
Janine M Valosky, MD
Jerome V. Van Ruiswyk, MD
Athina Vassilakis, MD,MPH
Rachel R Waller, MD,FACP
Brook Watts, MD,MS
Melissa Y Wei, MD, MPH
Eric M Weil, MD
Shoshana Weiner, MD,MPH
Christine C Welles, MD
Sara W Wikstrom, MD
Majken Textor Wingo, MD
Susan Wolver, MD
Steven H. Yale, MD, FACP
Robert S Young, MD,MS
Joseph W. Zaky, MD
Halah Ibrahim, FACP
Thomas S. Inui, ScM, MD
Chrysoula I. Liakou, MD
William M. Tierney, MD
Scientific Abstract Review
Committees Members
Aging/Geriatrics/End of Life
Jayna Marie Holroyd-Leduc, MD,
Subcommittee Chair
Joan M. Neuner, MD, MPH,
Subcommittee Chair
Jennifer L Carnahan, MD, MPH
Hollis Day, MD, MS
Elizabeth Haney, MD
Rachel L. Murkofsky, MD, MPH
Sarah J Nickoloff, MD
Laura L. Sessums, JD, MD
Alexander K Smith, MD, MS, MPH
Steven H Smoger, MD
Rebecca L Sudore, MD
Louise Christie Walter, MD
Clinical Decision-Making
and Economic Analyses
Marilyn M. Schapira, MD, MPH,
Subcommittee Chair
Zia Agha, MD, MS
Diane L. Altkorn, MD
Ruric C. Anderson, MD, MBA
Harry B. Burke, MD
Samuel Cykert, MD
Monica O. Ferguson, MD
Anjali Gopalan, MD
Rachel Hess, MD, MS
Erin N. Marcus, MD, MPH
Jodi B. Segal, MD, MPH
Health Disparities/
Vulnerable Populations
Mark L. Wieland, MD, MPH,
Subcommittee Chair
Obidiugwu Kenrik Duru, MD,
Subcommittee Chair
Vinny M Arora, MD, MA
Nazleen Bharmal, MD, PhD, MPP
Loida E Bonney, MD, MPH
Arleen F. Brown, MD, PhD
Jada C. Bussey-Jones, MD
Kenzie A. Cameron, PhD, MPH
Crystal Wiley Cené, MD, MPH
Rosette J Chakkalakal, MD
Tracie C. Collins, MD, MPH
Chinazo Cunningham, MD, MS
Gail L. Daumit, MD, MHS
Joseph W Frank, MD
Erica Just, MD
Neda Laiteerapong, MD
Judith A. Long, MD
Victoria L Mayer,
Brian J Meyer, MD, MPH
Diane Sharon Morse, MD
Jane W. Njeru, MD
Douglas P. Olson, MD
Shalini Patel, MD
Amber T Pincavage, MD
Joseph E Ravenell, MD, MS
Urmimala Sarkar, MD, MPH
Hilary K. Seligman, MD, MAS
John Y. Song, MD, MPH
Monica Vela, MD
Jeff Whittle, MD, MPH
Health Policy/Advocacy/
Social Justice
Elizabeth Jacobs, MD, MPP,
Subcommittee Chair
Marcella Nunez-Smith, MD, MHS,
Subcommittee Chair
Oni J Blackstock, MD
Jose A. Delgado, MD
Aaron D Fox, MD
Tara C. Lagu, MD
Lenny Lopez, M.D.
Nora Porter, MD
Nicole Redmond, MD, PhD, MPH
Joseph S. Ross, MD, MHS
Anita B Varkey, MD
Karen Wang, MD
Le Chauncy Woodard, MD, MPH
Clinical Epidemiology/
Health Effectiveness
Research
Peter Cram, MD, MBA,
Subcommittee Chair
Jeffrey A. Linder, MD, MPH, FACP,
Subcommittee Chair
Michael A. Fischer, M.D., M.S.
Robert H. Fletcher, MD, MSc
Leora Horwitz, MD, MHSc
Stacey Jolly, MD, MAS
Valerie A. Lawrence, MD, MSc
Mark Liebow, MD, MPH
Rebecca G Mishuris, MD, MS
Adam Rose, MD, MSc
Kenneth J. Smith, MD, MS
Anne N. Thorndike, MD, MPH
Adam Gilden Tsai, MD, MSCE
Jason L. Vassy, MD, MPH, SM
Christine C Welles, MD
Global Health/Preparedness
John E. Sidle, MD, Subcommittee
Chair
Dominique L Cosco, MD
Elizabeth W Dzeng, MD, MPH,
MPhil, MS
Hospital-based Medicine
Valerie G Press, MD, MPH,
Subcommittee Chair
Siddhartha Singh, MD,
Subcommittee Chair
Moises Auron, FAAP, FACP
Rachel N Caskey, MD, MaPP
Sumanta Chaudhuri, MD
Allison S DeKosky, MD
Gabriela Ferreira, MD
Edmund Liles, MD
Elizabeth A. Paesch, M.D.
Milda R Saunders, MD, MPH
Corrie A. Stankiewicz, MD
Kimberly M Tartaglia
Medical Education
Scholarship and
Professional Development
Neera K. Ahuja, MD, Subcommittee
Chair
Jeanne M. Farnan, MD, MHPE,
Subcommittee Chair
Eve Bargmann, MD
Alfred Paul Burger, MD
Heather L. Davidson, MD
Aashish K. Didwania, MD
Rebecca A. Harrison, MD
Rachel D.A. Havyer, M.D.
Seonaid F Hay, MD
Stephen R. Holt, MD, MS
Bruce E. Johnson, MD
Sarang Kim, MD
Justin P. Lafreniere, MD
Shannon K Martin, MD
Peter Pompei, MD
Joanna Rebecca Rea, M.D.
Shadia Santos, MD, MPH
Bradley Allen Sharpe, MD
Christopher J Smith, MD
Donna M Windish, MD, MPH
Medical Humanities and
Ethics
Susan D. Goold, MD, MHSA, MA,
Subcommittee Chair
Matthew DeCamp, MD, PhD
Carla C Keirns, MD, PhD
Adam B Possner, MD
Julie Rothstein Rosenbaum, MD
Maria J. Silveira, MD, MA, MPH
Jon Tilburt, MD
Mental Health/Substance
Abuse
Lydia Chwastiak, MD, MPH,
Subcommittee Chair
Ian M. Kronish, MD, MPH,
Subcommittee Chair
Sarah M. Bagley, MD
Megan R. Gerber, MD, MPH
Daniel F. Goldsmith, MD
Patrick Hemming, MD
Theresa Kim, MD
Anuradha Paranjape, MD, MPH,
FACP
Lauren A. Peccoralo, M.D.
Paul A. Pirraglia, MD, MPH
Michael J. Roy, MD, MPH
Charles E. Schwartz, MD
Scott E. Sherman, MD, MPH
Jessica R. Singer, MD
Barbara J. Turner, MD, MSEd, MA
Sarah E. Wakeman, MD
John W. Williams, MD, MHSc
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ANNUAL MEETING PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Organization of Care
and Chronic Disease
Management
Jennifer Lynn Kraschnewski, MD,
MPH, Subcommittee Chair
Joyce W Tang, MD, Subcommittee
Chair
Sangeeta Ahluwalia, PhD
Harry B. Burke, MD
Ramona Suelto DeJesus, MD
Andem Effiong, MBBS, MS, MBE
April S. Fitzgerald, MD
Mita Sanghavi Goel, MD, MPH
Nowreen Haq, MD, MPH
Jaishree Hariharan, MD
Jeffrey L. Jackson, MD, MPH
Muriel Jean-Jacques, MD
Scott V. Joy, MD
Christopher Masi, MD, PhD
Jason S Mathias, MD
J Michael McWilliams, MD, PhD
Matthew J Press, MD, MSc
Steven J. C. Shea, MD
Niket Sonpal, MD
Joanna L. Starrels, MD, MS
Toshiko L. Uchida, MD
Sankey V. Williams, MD
Laura J. Zimmermann, MD, MS
Preventive Medicine
Howard S. Gordon, MD,
Subcommittee Chair
Christianne L. Roumie, MD, MPH,
Subcommittee Chair
Thad E Abrams, MD
Michael E Bowen, MD, MPH
Linda Jackman Canty, MD
Philip J Ciampa, MD, MPH
Dominic J Cirillo, MD, PhD
Joseph Conigliaro, MD, MPH
Ravi Kumar Gopal, MD
Ashley Rowatt Karpinos, MD
Darlene LeFrancois, MD
David Philip Miller, MD, MS
Alaka Ray, MD
Amanda H. Salanitro, MD, MS,
MSPH
Judith M. E. Walsh, MD, MPH
David E. Willens, MD, MPH
Qualitative Research
Dominick L Frosch, PhD,
Subcommittee Chair
Carol R. Horowitz, MD,
Subcommittee Chair
Mary Catherine Beach, MD, MPH
Barbara Bokhour, Ph.D.
Richard M. Frankel, PhD
Paul M. Haidet, MD, MPH
Kenneth Locke, MD, MSc, FRCPC
Monica L. Lypson, MD
Neda Ratanawongsa, MD, MPH
Yael Schenker, MD
Rashmi K Sharma, MD, MHSc
Quality of Care/
Patient Safety
Romsai T. Boonyasai, MD, MPH,
Subcommittee Chair
David Haggstrom, MD,
Subcommittee Chair
Thad E. Abrams, MD
Mary Anderson, MD
Mel L. Anderson, MD
Tara F. Bishop, MD
Saul Blecker, MD, MHS
Harry B. Burke, MD
Chayan Chakraborti, MD
Amina A. Chaudhry, MD, MPH
LeeAnn M. Cox, MD
Daniel J. Elliott, MD, MSCE
Kathlyn E. Fletcher, MD, MA
Richard M. Frankel, PhD
Eric H. Green, MD
Devan Kansagara, MD, MCR
Rajil M. Karnani, MD, MME, FACP
Neha Patel, MD
Brent G. Petty, MD
David A. Rand, DO, MPH
Lipika Samal, MD
Jaren G. Thomas, MD
Anne M. Tomolo, MD, MPH
Jerome V. Van Ruiswyk, MD
Women’s Health
Sonya Borrero, MD, Subcommittee
Chair
Pamela Ganschow, MD,
Subcommittee Chair
Irene S. Aluen Metzner, MD
Bevanne Bean-Mayberry, MD, MHS
Wendy L. Bennett, MD, MPH
Jennifer S. McCall-Hosenfeld, MD,
MSc, FACP
Brita Roy, MD, MPH
Holly Thomas, MD
Sarah A.Tilstra, MD
Mitra A. Razzaghi, MD
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FUTURE MEETING DATES
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plenary session ballroom.
The Association of Specialty Professors has provided an unrestrict-
April 23–26, 2014
San Diego, CA
Manchester Grand Hyatt
ACP: April 10–12, Orlando, FL
AGS: May 14–May 17, Orlando, FL
SHM: April 30–May 3, Honolulu, HI
ed educational grant to support Geriatrics related activities including the
tenth SGIM Distinguished Professor in Geriatrics. These program activities
include both educational and networking events.
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April 22–25, 2015
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Sheraton Centre Hotel
tional grant to support the fourth SGIM Distinguished Professor in Cancer
Research. This program includes both educational and networking events.
The United States Department of Veterans Affairs Health
Services Research and Development Service, VA Quality
Enhancement Research Initiative (QUERI) has provided an
unrestricted educational grant to support the VA Programming Series. This
program includes both educational and networking events.
The Hess Foundation has provided an unrestricted educational grant
to support the Leon Hess Management Training and Leadership Institute of
ACLGIM.
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