across top 2013OPTIBarusButaniMoss_home-scholarships_activitiesHere is a smattering of recent accomplishments by some of our faculty. For more information, please see individual bios. We also invite you to see what our family medicine faculty and residents are currently doing by clicking here.

McQuiston C, Bailey J, Rafferty A, Beyea A. Promoting best practice at a level II trauma center: An initiative to develop age specific order sets for pain and as needed (prn) medications in the electronic health record (EHR). Poster presentation at the American Geriatrics Society, Annual Scientific Meeting, Orlando, FL: May 15, 2014.

Beyea A, Fischer J, Schenck A, Hanson LC. Integrating palliative care information and hospice referral in Medicaid primary care. J Pall Med. 2013;16:376-82.

Feero WG. Genomics and Health Impact Blog. National Family History Day 2015: Thinking Globally and Acting Locally.

David SP, Johnson SG, Berger AC, Feero WG, Terry SF, Green LA, Phillips RL, Ginsburg GS. Making personalized health care even more personalized: Insights from activities of the IOM genomics roundtable. Annals of Family Medicine. 2015;13(4): 373-380.

Feero WG, Facio FM, Glogowski EA, Hampel HL, Stopfer JE, Eidem H, Pizzino AM, Barton DK, Biesecker LG. Preliminary validation of a consumer-oriented colorectal cancer risk assessment tool compatible with the US Surgeon General’s My Family Health Portrait. Genet Med. 2015;17(9):753-6.

Harmon K. Feedback: Effective Strategies for Medical Teams & Learners. Presentation at Maine General Medical Center Hospital Grand Rounds, Augusta, ME: Dec 3, 2015.

Karnes J. Management of thin melanoma. Presentation at Maine General Medical Center Hospital Grand Rounds, Augusta, ME: Oct 22, 2015.

Rodriguez B, Karnes J. Plaques on dorsal hands & arms. J Fam Pract. 2015;64(3):E11-3.

Karnes JB, Usetine RP. Management of external genital warts. Am Fam Physician. 2014;90(5):312-8.

McDonald J, Johnston J. Postpartum contraception: Increasing patient access while maximizing resident education. Presentation at the 48th STFM Annual Spring Conference, Orlando, FL: April 26, 2015.

O’Connor AB, O’Brien L, Alto WA. Maternal buprenorphine dose at delivery and its relationship to neonatal outcomes. Eur Addict Res 2016;22:127–130.

O’Connor A, Petrie R. Substance Misuse and Abuse & Medication Safety Services. Presentation at Maine General Medical Center Hospital Grand Rounds, Augusta, ME: Oct 15, 2015.

O’Connor AB, O’Brien L, Alto WA, Wong J. Does concurrent in utero exposure to buprenorphine and antidepressant medications influence the course of neonatal abstinence syndrome? J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med. 2015;8:1-3.

Hall J, Cohen DJ, Davis M, Gunn R, Blount A, Pollack DA, Miller ML, Smith CD, Valentine N, Miller BF. Preparing the workforce for behavioral health and primary care integration. The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. 2015;28(Suppl 1): S41–S51.

Smith CD.  A curriculum plan to address family medicine residents’ skills in treating patients with chronic pain.  International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine. 2014;47(4): 327-336.

Sutherland ME, Moss BA. Osteopathy for neonates. Presentation at Maine General Medical Center Hospital Grand Rounds, Augusta, ME: Oct 2, 2014.

Lebensohn P, Dodds S, Brooks AJ, Cook P, Guerrera M, Sierpina V, Teets R, Woytowicz J, Maizes V. Increasing resident recruitment into family medicine: effect of a unique curriculum in integrative medicine. Explore (NY). 2014;10(3):187-92.