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Published: March 4, 2020

2020 Resident Poster Contest Winners Announced

California family medicine residents are engaged in many scholarly activities, including research and case-studies. CAFP Foundation is pleased to support this work by hosting the Resident Poster Contest, now in its 8th year. The process begins at the end of each year where residents submit abstracts, which are blindly scored. Twenty abstracts are chosen and the authors are asked to submit full posters.

These 20 residents are invited to be part of the Family Medicine Clinical Forum poster hall. The posters are once again blindly-scored and 10 are selected for presentation on the main stage of the Forum. Scholarly work on dozens of topics has increased the visibility of our residents, added valuable content to the Forum, and served as an entry point for residents into CAFP activities.

The 20 residents chosen to be part of the 2020 Clinical Forum are (main author, year, program, and abstract title):

  1. Anna Askari (PGY-2, Eisenhower Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program): Dietary Sugar in a California Public High School Meal Program: Are We Contributing to Lifelong Obesity?
  2. Yohanns Assefa (PGY-3, OPTI-West/Downey Regional MC - Family Medicine Residency): Impact of Rapid Response Team Education on Ward Code Blues
  3. Rob Assibey (PGY-3, San Joaquin General Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program): A Sweet Success: A Multidimensional Approach to Diabetes Control
  4. Lulua Bahrainwala (PGY-3, Emanate Health Family Medicine Residency Program): Integrated Community Medicine: Elevating Resident Confidence & Teen Health at a School-Based Clinic
  5. Megan Baikie (PGY-2, Eisenhower Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program): To Be or Not To Bee: The Story of A Rare Cause of Ischemic Stroke
  6. Matilde Fredrickson (PGY-3, Stanford-O'Connor Hospital Family Medicine Residency): Psychoeducational Intervention for Spanish-speaking Patients
  7. Lina Hadj Smaine (PGY-2, Riverside University Health System/UCR Family Medicine Residency Program): Acute Acalculous Cholecystitis in a 6-year-old female with Primary Epstein-Barr Virus Infection- A Case Report
  8. Krystal Jimenez (PGY-3, Scripps Mercy Family Medicine Residency Program): Isolated and In Labor: Managing active respiratory tuberculosis during pregnancy and across the US-Mexico border.
  9. Thu Nguyen (PGY-2, Pomona Valley Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program): Universal Screening for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia in Female Patients Ages 15-24
  10. Anne Oh (PGY-2, Loma Linda University Health Education Consortium Family Medicine Residency): Hammering Pain
  11. Kacie Paik (PGY-2, UC Riverside School of Medicine Family Medicine Residency Program in Palm Springs): Art of Cryotherapy: Treatment for Basal Cell Carcinoma
  12. Heidi Pang (PGY-3, Riverside University Health System/UCR Family Medicine Residency Program): Patient Satisfaction on Receiving Enough Information on Medical Treatment: A Quality Improvement Approach
  13. Lagina Scott (PGY-3, Family Medicine Residency Training Program at Family Health Centers of San Diego): Missed Opportunities: Improving Same Day Birth Control Initiation Using the One Key Question® Method in an Urban Underserved Population at a Community Health Center
  14. Elizabeth Sophy (PGY-3, UCSD Family Medicine Residency Program): Premature Thelarche
  15. Priya Thumma (PGY-2, Riverside University Health System/UCR Family Medicine Residency Program): A Case of Atypical Wernicke's Encephalopathy: Suspicion Trumps All
  16. John Tran (PGY-2, UCLA Family Medicine Residency Program (Santa Monica)): The "Bruins and the Bees" Program: Sex Ed for Los Angeles High School Students
  17. Abraham Vela (PGY-2, Pomona Valley Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program): Thromboembolism following high risk pregnancy
  18. Timothy Vu (PGY-2, Riverside Community Hospital/UC Riverside School of Medicine Family Medicine Residency Program): An Extra-pulmonary Complication of Vaping: Pneumomediastinum in a Young Male
  19. Shane Walker (PGY-3, Natividad Family Medicine Residency Program): Harnessing the potential of the EHR in support of I-PASS protocols can improve the resident care transition experience
  20. Dennis Woo (PGY-1, UC Riverside School of Medicine Family Medicine Residency Program in Palm Springs): Not All Sepsis is Sepsis: A Case of Beta Blocker Overdose Masquerading as Sepsis

Join your colleagues at the 2020 Family Medicine Clinical Forum in Long Beach, CA and meet and talk to these residents about their posters!

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