Focus on teamwork: 2018 North American Primary Care Research Group

Dr. Tosha Wetterneck

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