SHARING students to speak at national conference
|Top row: Alexandra Burt (M2), Michelle Clevenger (M2), Derek Shafer (M2), Joshua Gruhl (M2) Middle row: Margot Chima (M2), Chris Koehn (M2) Bottom row: Krystal Davis (CLS), Ashley Neumann (P3), Alicia Blum (M2)|
The SSRFC promotes and supports student-run clinics, advocating for resources and health policy that benefit patients.
The SHARING Clinics will have nine posters presented at the event.
"The number of posters that were accepted for presentation is very gratifying," said Elizabeth Pflug of the SHARING Clinics. "The SHARING Clinics have had an impact on the development of student-run free clinics at other academic medical institutions, and this response -- every poster that was submitted was accepted -- underscores our knowledge and leadership in this important area."
Posters to be presented include:
Interdisciplinary care in student-run free clinics: Involvement of social work and medica family therapy students
Alexandra Burt, Derek Shafer, Margot Chima
Successful fundraising through collaboration: How the UNMC SHARING Clinics' fundraising committee meets goals with public relations partnership and design thinking
Ali McCabe, Margot Chima
Integration of multiple disciplines in the SHARING Clinics
The integration of preventive medicine into a student-run clinic
Michelle Clevenger, John Mitchell, Miranda Mesloh, Daniel Owen, Tyler Hitchler, Jim Medder
Assessing UNMC student interest in primary care in student-run free clinics: Descriptive analysis of the career interests of SHARING volunteers
Margot Chima, Chris Koehn, Joshua Gruhl, Jenenne Geske
An interprofessional guide to laboratory testing for student-run free clinics
Krystal Davis, Amanda Stastny, Ulrike Otten
Analyzing the impact of patients' transportation methods on missed appointments at the UNMC SHARING Clinic: A follow-up study after integrating social work students into the clinic for one year
Joshua Gruhl, Margot Chima, Chris Koehn
Financial impact of SHARING Clinics
Chris Koehn, Margot Chima, Joshua Gruhl, Jenenne Geske
Congratulations on a job well done! Great representation at the national level!