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Current Scholar Awards and Accomplishments

Efrain Talamantes (UCLA CSP VA 12-14) and Gerardo Moreno (UCLA 08-10) served on a Q&A physician panel at the 2nd Annual Medicos Para El Pueblo (MEDPEP) Pre-Health Conference hosted by Dr. David Hayes-Bautista at UCLA on September 8, 2012. The panel focused on addressing the Latino physician shortage.

Efrain Talamantes (UCLA CSP VA 12-14) was selected for the 2013- 2014 Latino Physicians Advisory Committee for the Los Angeles County Medical Association. He will be working on addressing various priority issues: physician shortage, career and practice support, and leadership development.


Current Scholar Publications and Press

Charlene Collier (Yale CSP) and Eric Hodgson (Yale CSP 10-12). “Family Planning and Contraceptive Decision-making by Economically Disadvantaged, African-American Women.” Contraception (in press).

Kelly Doran (Yale CSP, VA Scholar)

  • published an op-ed, “Hospitals Should Never Discharge Homeless Patients to the Streets.” Huffington Post, November 12, 2012.

  • “An Intervention Connecting Low Acuity Emergency Department Patients with Primary Care: Impact on Future Primary Care Linkage.” Annals of Emergency Medicine (in press.)

Charles Scales, Jr. (UCLA CSP VA), “Editorial Comment re: Disparities in Access to Hospitals with Robotic Surgery for Patients with Prostate Cancer Undergoing Radical Prostatectomy.” Journal of Urology, 189(2): 519-520, 2013.

Gordon Sun (Michigan CSP, VA Scholar) The digital divide in Internet-based patient education materials.
Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery. 2012 Jul 31 [EPub ahead of print].


Alumni Publication and Press

Capt. David A. Lane (Yale CSP 94-96) took command of the Naval Hospital at Camp Lejeune, NC on June 8, 2012. Read an interview conducted by the RWJF Alumni Network about his transition and his appeal to RWJF alums with experience in post traumatic stress. Information about the naval hospital is available at their website. Also read a recent article from the US Army's official website about Capt. Lane's work in the Philippines.

http://rwjcsp.unc.edu/alumni/news/DavidLane_ClinicalScholarsQ&A.pdf

http://www.army.mil/article/77867/Shoulder_to_shoulder_cooperation_invests_in_knowledge_at_
Philippine__U_S__medical_symposium

Justin Fox (Yale CSP 10-12) and Marjorie Rosenthal (Yale CSP 03- 05). “Mental-Health Conditions, Barriers to Care, and Productivity Loss among Officers in an Urban Police Department”. Connecticut Medicine, 76(9):525-31, 2012.

Katherine Neuhausen (UCLA) and alumni Mitchell Katz (UCSF CSP 89-91) wrote an op-ed piece in the Archives of Internal Medicine written warns of the danger of reducing funding to the Medicaid and Medicare Disproportionate Share Hospital (DSH) programs and how it would negatively impact Safety Net Hospitals.

Aasim Padela (Michigan CSP 08-11) and Basser, T. “Brain Death: The Challenges of Transalting Medical Science into Islamic Bioethical Discourse. Med Law (2012) 31:433- 450

Recent graduate Stephen Patrick (Michigan CSP 10-12 VA Scholar) published an article in Health Affairs demonstrating how the number of insured children significantly increased after the federal government provided matching funds to Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP).

Joe Ross (Yale CSP 04-06). “Discharge Disposition Disagreements and Re-admission Risk among Older Adults: A Retrospective Cohort Study.” BMJ Open, 31; 2(6), pii: e001646, 2012.

 
 
 
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