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PUBLICATIONS

Applying the Medications at Transitions and Clinical Handoffs (MATCH) Toolkit in a Rural Primary Care Clinic: Implications for Nursing, Patients, and Caregivers (2019) *

  • Cochran J, Jarrett T, Baus A. Applying the Medications at Transitions and Clinical Handoffs (MATCH) Toolkit in a Rural Primary Care Clinic: Implications for Nursing, Patients, and Caregivers. Journal of Nursing Care Quality. 2019. JNCQ-D-19-00127. 


Feasibility of a mHealth Approach to Nutrition Counseling in an Appalachian State (2019) *

  • Olfert M, Barr M, Hagedorn R, Long D, Haggerty T, Weimer M, Golden J, Maurer M, Cochran J, Hendershot T, Whanger S, Mason J, Hodder S. Feasibility of a mHealth Approach to Nutrition Counseling in an Appalachian State. Journal of Personalized Medicine. 2019; 9(4): 50. doi: 10.3390/jpm9040050


MedManage: The Development of a Tool to Assist Medication Reconciliation in a Rural Primary Care Clinic (2019) *

  • Jarrett T, Cochran J, Baus A, Delmar K. MedManage: The development of a tool to assist medication reconciliation in a rural primary care clinic. Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. 2019; 1-6. doi: 10.1097/JXX.0000000000000197 


Prescription Opioid and Heroin Awareness Toolkit (2019)

  • Prescription Opioid and Heroin Awareness Toolkit: A Prevention Guide. Provided by: Greenbrier County CARxE Coalition. 1st ed. Lewisburg, WV: Center for Rural and Community Health at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine.


An Electronic Health Record Data-driven Model for Identifying Older Adults at Risk of Unintentional Falls (2017)

  • Baus A, Coben J, Zullig K, Pollard C, Mullett C, Taylor H, Cochran J, Jarrett T, Long D. An Electronic Health Record Data-driven Model for Identifying Older Adults at Risk of Unintentional Falls. Perspectives in Health Information Management. 2017; 14 (Fall): 1b. PMID: 29118679; PMCID: PMC5653950. 


Development and Evaluation of a Customizable Electronic Medical Record for Clinical Outcomes Research and Patient Engagement (2017)

  • Miller W, Patton J, Lally P, Cusick-Lewis J, Fitzpatrick K, Heinsberg H. Development and evaluation of a customizable electronic medical record for clinical outcomes research and patient engagement. International Journal of Medicine. 2017; 5(1): 10-13. doi: 10.14419/ijm.v5i1.6958 


Inappropriate Use of Homeostasis Model Assessment Cutoff Values for Diagnosing Insulin Resistance in Pediatric Studies (2017) *

  • Fox C, Bernardino L, Cochran J, Essig M, Bridges K. Inappropriate use of homeostasis model assessment cutoff values for diagnosing insulin resistance in pediatric studies. The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. 2017; 117(11): 689-696. doi: 10.7556/jaoa.2017.135


Making the Data Talk (2017) *

  • Cochran J, Baus A, Jarrett T, Plaugher C. Making the data talk. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics. 2017; 21(2). 


Community Adaptations to an Impending Food Desert in Rural Appalachia, USA (2016) *


Use of the Triglyceride to HDL Cholesterol Ratio for Assessing Insulin Sensitivity in Overweight and Obese Children in Rural Appalachia (2016) *


Community Health Workers Can Have an Integral Role in Community Medicine (2015)


Developing Interventions for Overweight and Obese Children using Electronic Health Records Data (2015) *


Evaluation of a Community Health Worker Training Program in Rural Appalachia, USA (2015)


Jeopardy Application Exercise on Basic Nutrition, Exercise, Obesity, and Lifestyle (2015)


Misconceptions About Health and Disease Prevention Behaviors of Rural Appalachian Americans (2014)

  • Miller W, Griffith B, Bikman T, Meyer C. Misconceptions about health and disease prevention behaviors of rural Appalachian Americans. International Journal of Medicine. 2014; 2(2): 71-75. doi: 10.14419/ijm.v2i2.3572


Self-rated Health in Rural Appalachia: Health Perceptions Are Incongruent with Health Status and Health Behaviors (2011)


HIV/HCV Co-morbidity: A Study of Clinician Referrals for Treatment Decision (2009)


POSTERS & PRODUCTS

County-Wide Community Engagement Creates Potential for Community Research (2019) *

  • Hereford C, Hurst S, Mace D. West Virginia Clinical and Translational Science Institute Annual Meeting. Lewisburg, WV, April 3, 2019.


Difficult Conversations with Patients About Discontinuing Opioid Pain Medication: A Standardized Patient Encounter for Medical Students (2019)

  • Lovett G, Balakrishnan M, Kepfinger J, Wise T. West Virginia Rural Health Association Annual Conference. Huntington, WV, October 10, 2019.    


Harm Reduction in Calhoun County, WV: Community Perceptions and Paths Forward (2019)  *

  • Limegrover E, Hereford C, Romaniello C. West Virginia Rural Health Association Annual Conference. Huntington, WV, October 10, 2019.


Improving Health Literacy Through the Health Index Score & Health Enhancement Response (HIS&HER) Health Literacy Campaign (2019) *

  • Heinsberg H, Griffith B, Stroud J, Bazzy H, Parsons G, Khazey K, Duff A, Saba S, Stout A. WVCTSI Practice-Based Research Network Annual Retreat. Roanoke, WV, May 17, 2019.


QI/QA: Compliance with National Atrial Fibrillation Anticoagulation Guidelines in a Rural Primary Care Clinic (2019)

  • Varon K, Thomas E, Cochran J. West Virginia Rural Health Association Conference. Huntington, WV, October 10, 2019.


QI/QA: Compliance with National Atrial Fibrillation Anticoagulation Guidelines in a Rural Primary Care Clinic (Post-Intervention) (2019)

  • Varon K, Thomas E, Cochran J. American College of Physicians, West Virginia Chapter Annual Meeting. Roanoke, WV, October 24, 2019.  


Strategies and Models for Community-Based Participatory Research (2019) *

  • Hurst S, Hereford C, Mace D. West Virginia Clinical and Translational Science Institute. Morgantown, WV, March 15, 2019.


The Clingman Center: Investing in the Art and Science of Community Engagement Design (2019) *

  • Hurst S, Hereford C, Harman K, Redden J, Chuang C. West Virginia Rural Health Association Annual Conference. Huntington, WV, October 10, 2019.


Using Electronic Medical Health Records (EHR) to Identify and Describe Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) in a Rural Clinic Population (2019) *

  • Cochran J, Jarrett T, Baus A. WVCTSI Practice-Based Research Network Annual Retreat. Roanoke, WV, May 17, 2019.


West Virginia Community Voices: Training Communities to be Research Partners (2019) *


Community Engagement Collaborative: Mobilizing Leadership and Change Through Action (2017) *

  • Hurst S, Miller M, Korman C, Sizemore D. Lewisburg, WV, 2017.


WVPBRN Resident Learning Collaborative: Developing and Implementing QI in the Clinical Setting (2017) *


Rural Businesses’ Reactions to an Impending Food Desert (2016) *

  • Zia N, Rogalla D, Spencer D, Miller W, Griffith B, Heinsberg H. National Rural Health Association Conference, Minneapolis, MN, May, 18, 2016. 


Rural Community Member Adaptations to a Recent Food Desert (2016) *

  • Miller W, Griffith B, Rogalla D, Spencer D, Zia N, Heinsberg H. National Rural Health Association Conference. Minneapolis, MN, May 18, 2016.


Rural Families’ Adaptations to an Impending Food Desert (2016) *

  • Spencer D, Rogalla D, Zia N, Miller W, Griffith B, Heinsberg H. National Rural Health Association Conference. Minneapolis, MN, May 18, 2016.


Appalachian Misconceptions About the Relationships Between Health and Health Behaviors (2014)

  • Miller W, Griffith B, Bikman T, Meyer C. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting. Orlando FL, May 30, 2014.


Relationships Between Perceived Health and Objective Health Status of Rural Appalachian Adults (2013)

  • Bikman T, Meyer C, Miller W, Griffith B. American Osteopathic Association Annual Research Conference. Las Vegas, NV, September 30, 2013.


After School Physical Activity and Eating Behavior of Rural and Urban Middle School Students (2011)

  • Miller W, Hering M, Cothran C, Croteau K, Dunlap R. West Virginia Rural Health Association Annual Conference, October, 2011.

*CRCH project collaborations with West Virginia Clinical and Translational Science Institute (WVCTSI) are supported by the National Institute National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number 5U54GM104942-04. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

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