Resident/Fellow Research

In the UMKC Department of Community and Family Medicine one of our program goals is to promote scholarly work for our residents, fellows and faculty. Before graduation our residents are required to do a research project, prepare a poster presentation and participate in Research Day in the spring. It is also strongly encouraged to present these projects in other venues and publish scholarly work whenever possible.

Below you will find each year’s poster presentations of our graduating residents. Click on the Research Day header to review the PDF booklet of posters presented during Research Day that year.

 

Research Day 2017

 

Hailey Avila, DO; Jayme Decker, DO, MS; Maaroof Islam, MD;
Kevin Munger, DO, MS
Teaching OMT to MDs

Neil Bryan, MD
Extended Effectiveness of Paraspinous Bupivacaine Injections

Kevin Gray, MD; Michael Moreland, DO; Chadwick Byle, MD
Normal Variant EKGs in Athletes

Emily Grewe-Nelson, DO
Building Teamwork and Leadership Skills Through Resident Retreat

Christine Lilly, DO, MS
Integrative Medicine Approach to Reduce Resident Burnout

Nicholas Miller, DO; Jacob Shepherd, MD; Whitney Trusty, MD;
Noushin Ansari, MD
Prospective Quality Improvement Study Comparing Usage of Apollo Sepsis App Verses Traditional Identification Method in Identifying Sepsis

Colleen Quinn, MD
Decreasing Maternal Morbidity & Mortality from Postpartum Hemorrhage

Rachel Seymour, MD, MSc; Cierra Johnson, MD, MS
Using a Simulated Patient Case to Improve Medical Students’ Skill at Providing Integrative Medical Therapies

Aniesa Slack, MD
Oral vs. Vaginal Misoprostol in Uncomplicated Inductions of Labor