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Score each of the six factors, as well as overall impact, on a 1-5 scale (1=exceptional, 5=poor). The overall impact score is not an average of the scores of the six factors. Your impression of overall impact takes the factors into account but reflects your gestalt of the project’s impact.

Comment on strengths and weaknesses. Specific details are more helpful than general comments.

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Scholar(s) Department Description Documents

Amy Abramowitz, MD

Jennifer Muise, MS, OTR/L, LCSW, LCAS

Outpatient This project would aim to improve the outpatient care of patients with a dementia through targeted support for their caregivers.  

Application (outpatient dementia)

Savannah Erwin, PhD

Shelby Ortiz, PhD


The Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders (CEED) Implementation of Clinical Treatment Outcome Evaluation within The Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders (CEED). We aim to use clinical outcomes to empirically inform programmatic changes, such as adaptations of existing ED treatments to better address the needs of low-SES and minority patients, who have historically been underserved in NC. Application (CEED)

Kittra Felton, Patient Services Manager

Rebecca Fenner, CN IV

Christina Martin, CN IV

Reaves Houston. 4th Year Med Student

David Lynch, MD

Geriatrics The goal of this project is to supply the Nursing staff with evidence based, quantitative data to discuss with the physician team and create a plan of care conversation with all parties involved with geriatric patients with dementia.  Application (geriatric dementia)
Shiva Zargham, MD Pediatrics My initial goal is to develop a debriefing culture in the pediatric emergency department along with educating our future debriefing leaders. 

Application (pediatric debriefing)

Application attachment (table)

Katie Butler, MD

Erin Finn, MD

Ria Dancel, MD, FACP, SFHM, FAAP

Pediatrics Our project will lead to early identification and documentation of pediatric patients with difficult intravenous access (DIVA) and earlier use of ultrasound guidance and involvement of specialized venous access teams. It will furthermore decrease the reliance on central venous catheters and their associated complications including central line associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI). Application (DIVA)

Melissa Chen, MD

Maggie Hodges, MD

Randy Detwiler, MD

Judy Lester, Clinical Dietician II

Transplant Establish a joint multi-disciplinary, multi-specialty clinic to address barriers to kidney transplant candidacy for morbidly obese adults. We believe this initiative will reduce disparities in transplant listing faced by obese patients with end-stage renal disease.  Application (kidney transplant)

Anne Peery, MD

Emily Coscia, MS, RD, LDN, CNSC


To decrease inappropriate initiation of parenteral nutrition (PN). To evaluate timing of PN initiation in patients who have a clinical indication that is consistent with current guidelines. To decrease delays in discharge for patients requiring home PN (HPN) therapy and to ensure continuity of care. 


Application (PN)
Afsaneh Pirzadeh, MD Pediatrics Implementing a standardized care pathway for pediatric patient falling within the defined criteria for acute stroke. Application (pediatric stroke)