Selected Resident Presentations

Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS)

  1. Chappell-Campbell L., Capdarest-Arest N., Schwenk H., Schroeder A. Reporting and Categorization of Blood Culture Contaminants in Infant Bacteremia: A Systematic Review. 2017
  2. Chi K., Bogetz A., Blankenburg R., Hilgenberg S. De-Escalating High Intensity Patient Encounters (DEHIPE): A Qualitative Analysis of Medical Student Perspectives and Experiences with Angry Patients and Caregivers. 2017
  3. Chiang A., Bogetz A., Loutit C., Rassbach C. A National Needs Assessment of Pediatric Residency Program Directors and Chief Residents on Physical Diagnosis Skills Education. 2017
  4. Joshi N., Lucas B., Schroeder A. Physician Preferences Surrounding Urinary Tract Infection Management in Young Infants. 2017
  5. Pavitt S., Bogetz A., Blankenburg R. Optimizing Resident-fellow Communication: A Qualitative Analysis of Residents’ Perspectives of Communication Modalities Used During Inpatient Consultations. 2017
  6. Peterson R., Blankenburg R., Cidon M., Hsu J. Enhancing Pediatric Rheumatology Education Through Computer-assisted Fellow-taught Case Modules. 2017 (Poster presentation)
  7. Shin D., Bogetz A., Blankenburg R. Quiet Doctors: How Does Introversion Affect Residency Training? 2017
  8. Joshi, N., Gupta A., Kim J., Weldon B., Cohen R., Aby J., Benitz W., Frymoyer A. Towards Safely Reducing Antibiotic Exposure and Laboratory Testing in Well-Appearing Newborns Born to Mothers with Chorioamnionitis. 2016
  9. McClary A., Peterson J., Loutit K., Huffman L., Chamberlain, L. Paternal Attributes Contributing to Child School Readiness: Narrowing the Educational Achievement Gap. 2016
  10. Peterson J., Louden T., Gribben V. Teaching Interns Clinical Practice Guidelines through a “Flipped Classroom” Model. 2016
  11. Ragavan M., Bruce J., Lucha S., Stein H., Chamberlain L. Health Education Initiative for Intimate Partner Violence Survivors and Their Children: A Community-Campus Partnership. 2016
  12. Ragavan M., Chang A., Halpern-Felsher B., Carlson J. Healthy Relationships and Physical Activity: A Qualitative Analysis of Middle School Girls and Their Parents. 2016
  13. Chan T., Blankenburg R., Rassbach C. How Well Do Residents Communicate with Patients? 2015
  14. Chan T., Blankenburg R., Rassbach C.Impact of Coaching of Resident Self-Assessment of Communication Skills. 2015
  15. Dorwart, E., Blankenburg R., Rassbach C. Nursing Feedback To Residents: Comparison of Nurse and Resident Attitudes, 2015
  16. Gribben, V. Bogetz A., Bachrach L., Blankenburg R. The Golden Ticket Project: A Pilot Program in Resident Peer Recognition. 2015
  17. Nagata JM., Hagan MJ., Heyman MB., Wojcicki JM. No Association Between Obesity and Behavior Problems in 4- and 5-Year-Old Latino Children. 2015
  18. Nagata, JM, Park KT, Colditz K, Golden NH. Prevalence and Predictors of Elevated Liver Enzymes Among Hospitalized Adolescents With Anorexia Nervosa. 2015.
  19. Peterson J., Chamberlain L., Bruce J., Patel, N. School Readiness in Low Income Hispanic Children: A Primary Care Clinical Assessment. 2015
  20. Ravid N., Pulido L., Bruce J., Chamberlain L., Huffman L. High-Risk Infants: Barriers to Utilization of Early Intervention Services. 2015
  21. Santoro JD, Nespor C, Poole RL, Kerner JA. Iodine Supplementation for Pediatric Patients Receiving Long-term Parenteral Nutrition. 2015
  22. Wadhwa, E., Ma C., Shaw G., Carmichael S. Gastroschisis and Maternal Intake of Phytoestrogens. 2015
  23. Whitgob E., Bogetz A., Blankenburg R. “I Don't Want Someone Like You Taking Care of My Child”: Strategies To Address Discrimination Towards Trainees. 2015
  24. Alvarez, E. Pediatric Oncology Discharges With Diagnosis of Febrile Neutropenia: Utilization of Pediatric Cancer Specialty Centers, California, 1983-2011. 2014
  25. Arrain, Y. Parental Attitudes towards Child Television Viewing in a Low-Income Latino Population Attending WIC.
  26. Barrero, A., Multisite Development and Validation of a Psychosocial Needs Survey for Very Low Birth Weight Infants. 2014
  27. Birnie, K. Temporal Relationship between Enteric Feeding or Powdered Milk Fortifier and Onset of Necrotizing Enterocolitis in Preterm Infants. 2014
  28. Glenn, N. Understanding the Health Needs of Incarcerated Commercially Sexually Exploited Girls, 2014.
  29. Nwobu, C. Improving Pediatricians' Use of Effective Communication Techniques: Observational Results from the Greenlight Intervention Trial.
  30. Pham, T. Characterization of Care Practices, Effectiveness, and Efficiency of Acute Asthma Management in a Resource-Limited Setting. 2014
  31. Stevensen, T. Environmental Smoke Reduction in a Sheltered Homeless Population. 2014
  32. Velazquez, M. What the Nose Knows: Intranasal Dexmedetomidine as a Novel Agent for Pediatric Sedation.

Association of Pediatric Program Directors (APPD)

  1. Shin D., Bogetz A., Blankenburg R. Quiet Doctors: How Does Introversion Affect Residency Training? 2017
  2. Gribben V., Bachrach L, Mark J., Buckway C. Wellness on a Budget: Practical Solutions for Your Pediatric Residency. 2016
  3. Wang N., Madzimbamuto F, Kache S. Creation of E-Learning Modules for Short Medical Student Course in Zimbabwe. 2016
  4. Goldstein, R., Toney A., Blankenburg R. What Do Residents Want? Faculty and Resident Perspectives on Point-of-Care Clinical Tools. 2015
  5. Louden T., Stuart E., Destino L., Yemane L. Improved Cycle Times in a Resident Continuity Clinic: A Resident Led Process Improvement Project. 2015.
  6. Whitgob E., Bogetz A., Blankenburg R. “I Don't Want Someone Like You Taking Care of My Child”: Strategies To Address Discrimination Towards Trainees. 2015

Other Selected National Presentations

  1. Castellanos, M., Sakamoto K. The Role of Ribosomal S6 Kinase (RSK) in Acute Myelogenous Lukemia. American Society of Hematology. 2017.
  2. Iqbal M., Mohammed S. Using Photovoice to Understand the Experience of Street Working Children in Karachi. Consortium of Universities for Global Health Conference. 2017.
  3. Meyers M., Delucchi K., Halpern-Felsher B. Adolescents’ Access to Tobacco: A Comparison Across Products Among California Adolescents. Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine. 2017
  4. Cornaby T., Was A. The Ideal Gas Lounge: Boosting Resident Happiness with Empowerment and Common Space. International Conference on Physician Health. 2016    
  5. Nagata JM., Golden NH, Peebles R., Bachrach LK, Long J, Chang AO., Carlson JL. Assessment of Sex Differences in Bone Deficits in Adolescents with Anorexia Nervosa. International Conference on Eating Disorders. 2016
  6. Pavisic, J. Leyden J., Kay H., Dalal H., Fisher P., Effinger K. Knowledge and Communication about Weight and Exercise in Pediatric Cancer Survivors. Poster presented at: The American Society of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology (ASPHO) Annual Meeting. 2016
  7. Wong C., Bogetz A, Stuart E. Empowering Medical Students to Meaningfully Engage in the Juvenile Hall Health Visit: A structured Juvenile Hall curriculum. Platform Presentation Presented at Annual Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics Annual Conference. 2016
  8. Spencer D. Research Scholarship: Introduction and Advice on Getting into Health Science Research. Building the Next Generation of Academic Physicians. Presentation at Academic Medicine Career Development Regional Conference. 2015
  9. Stein ML, Yeh J, Reinhartz O, Rosenthal DN, Kaufman BD, Almond CS, Hollander SA, Maeda K. Heartware HVAD for biventricular support in children and adolescents: The Stanford Experience.” Podium presentation ASAIO 61st Annual Conference. 2015