Tosha Wetterneck, MD, MS (pictured at right), professor (CHS), General Internal Medicine, and members of her research group presented two posters and a workshop at the North American Primary Care Research Group meeting on November 9-13, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois.
NAPCRG is a multidisciplinary organization for researchers from all primary care generalist disciplines and related fields, including epidemiology, behavioral sciences and health services research. Its annual meeting is a forum for primary care researchers from across the globe to gather and present their research, collaborate for new research, and foster growth for up-and-coming researchers.
The titles and co-authors included:
- Who Is My Team: An Insiders’ Perspective by Shimeng Du; Douglas Wiegmann; John Beasley, MD; Randi Cartmill; Laura Farrell; David Hahn, MD, MS; Amanda Hoffmann, MPH; Paul Smith, MD; Linsey Steege; Jessica Tarnowski; Tosha Wetterneck, MD, MS
- Designing for Team Situational Awareness in Primary Care by Laura Farrell; Douglas Wiegmann; Linsey Steege; Shimeng Du; Randi Cartmill; Amanda Hoffmann, MPH; Jessica Tarnowski; John Beasley, MD; David Hahn, MD, MS; Paul Smith, MD; Tosha Wetterneck, MD, MS
- Workshop: Reclaiming Our Profession: Getting the Human Back in Primary Care With Human Factors Engineering with Edmond Ramly; John Beasley, MD; Tosha Wetterneck, MD, MS