Annual Northeast Ohio Regional Family & Community Medicine Scholarship Day
The Department of Family and Community Medicine at NEOMED and NEON® celebrate research and scholarship at our annual Family and Community Medicine Scholarship Day event. Residents and faculty from family and community medicine and partner residencies and internal medicine are invited to present their scholarly work on Scholarship Day. Awards are provided to the top three resident oral and poster presentations. CME credits are provided through the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP).
SAVE THE DATE: May 17, 2023
During this day-long event, eight residents are selected to give a podium presentation of their scholarly work and the remaining resident projects are poster presentations. Monetary awards are given to the top three resident oral and poster presentations.
For Family and Community Medicine Faculty
Family and Community Medicine faculty have the opportunity to present their scholarly work in the afternoon as a podium presentation.
List of Winners – Oral and Poster
34th annual NEOMED Regional Scholarship Day
ORAL – PRIMARY CARE
1st Place Oral – Primary Care Track – $300
NAME: Kayla Trautman Buckley D.O., Internal Medicine, Mercy Health St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital.
Evaluating the Impact of Narrative Medicine Workshops on Reflective Learning, Empathy and Burnout: A Prospective Observational Cohort Study.
2nd Place Oral – Primary Care Track – $200
NAME: Foyinsola Amoye M.D., Family Medicine Aultman Hospital
Capturing Food Insecurity Among the Geriatric Population of a Residency Outpatient Office
3rd Place Oral – Primary Care Track – $150
NAME: Bharti Gupta M.D., Co-author Katharine Greenland, D.O. – they will split prize. Family Medicine, Aultman Hospital.
Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy to Increase Vaccination Rates in Children 2 Years Old or Younger
ORAL – SPECIALTY CARE
1st Place Oral – Specialty Care Track – $300
NAME: Matthew Hammer D.O., Internal Medicine, Summa Health, Akron City.
Parvimonas micra Prosthetic Joint Infection: A Rare and Unexpected Knee Ache
2nd Place Oral – Specialty Care Track – $200
NAME: MacKenzie Dreher D.O., MPH, Pediatrics, Akron Children’s Hospital
The Effects of Low Dose Morphine Protocol on Post-Operative Congenital Heart Patients
3rd Place Oral – Specialty Care Track – $150
NAME: Elmer DeCamps Martinez, M.D., Internal Medicine, Western Reserve Health Education.
Reversible Autoimmune Cardiomyopathy Secondary to a Vaccine-Induced Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome
POSTERS – PRIMARY CARE
1st Place Poster- Primary Care Track – $150
NAME: Alberto Maximino Llaneza Santacruz, M.D., Family Medicine, Mercy Health St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital.
Percentage of Orthopedic Surgery Referrals That Result in Surgery within the First Two Encounters: A Retrospective Cohort Study of Referrals
3rd Place Poster- Primary Care Track – $50
NAME: Elaine Koberlein, M.D., Transitional, Mercy Health St. Elizabeth Youngstown
TIPIC Syndrome: A Case Report on a COVID-19 Sequela
POSTERS – SPECIALTY CARE
1st Place Poster-Specialty Care Track – $150
NAME: Kayla Schlosser, D.O., Pediatrics, Akron Children’s Hospital
Does Initiation of a Small Baby Unit Impact Primary Outcomes at 30 Weeks Gestation?
2nd Place Poster-Specialty Care Track – $100
NAME: Hazel Choi, M.D., Psychiatry, Cleveland Clinic Akron General Hospital
Clinically and Radiologically Interesting Toxic Leukoencephalopathy: A Case Report
3rd Place Poster-Specialty Care Track – $50
NAME: Mary Robinson, PsyD., Pediatrics, Akron Children’s Hospital
Cognitive Phenotypes in Pediatric Congenital Heart Defects
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