NP / patient communication with EMR
Computerized Electronic Medical Record and the effect on nonverbal communication
One aspect of academic psychiatry and teaching is to cultivate medical students and residents and to steer them towards understanding and conducting clinical research. In the Department of Psychiatry, Dr. Schwartz and his colleagues James Megna, M.D., Adekola Alao, M.D., and others, have strong track records of involving students and residents in research. Students and residents routinely present posters at national meetings and have their work published in reputable journals. Students and residents learn how to write case histories, case series, create and conduct surveys, analyze datasets collected by faculty, and occasionally conduct prospective trials. We feel these fundamental research experiences are the gateway to launching careers in more in-depth and formal clinical research for our students and residents. Fortunately, these research experiences can be developed for a fraction of the cost of starting a new research project, but nevertheless funding for such experiences cannot be easily obtained from typical funding streams, such as the U.S. National Institutes of Health.
Quantitative and qualitative outcomes of high fidelity simulation in perfusioin education
Myocardial perfusion territories
Clinical Perfusion (outocomes, techniques and technolgies)
Gene therapy for cancer; Bacterial causes of obesity, diabetes and periodontal disease
Embryo quality; Embryo implantation; Hormone secretion by granulose cells in vitro; Local injury endometrium related to IVF outcome
Late Effects of Childhood Cancer
Primary care and cancer survivorship
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Electromagnetic and mechanical regulation of bone physiology;
Bone density and osteoporosis;
Skeletal irradiation effects;
Overdose; Poisoning; Toxicity; Emergency medicine
Barrett's esophagus and endoluminal therapy of Barrett's esophagus, Endoscopic Ultrasound, Diagnostic and therapeutic.