UNC PM&R Research Day - Friday, June 29th

The UNC Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 16th Annual Research Day.

When Jun 29, 2018
from 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Where Fourth Floor Old Clinic Auditorium
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The UNC Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation’s (PM&R) will be holding its 16th Annual Research Day this Friday, June 29th, from 2:00-4:00 pm in the Old Clinic Auditorium (Room 4008).

This year’s graduating resident and T-32 fellows will be presenting the following completed research projects:

Diana Marchese, MD – “Acute Inpatient Rehabilitation: Improving the Day of Admission Process”

Kristin Jerger, MD – “Neural Mechanisms of Qigong Sensory Training Massage for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder”

Aaron Piepmeier, PhD – Feasibility of an 8-week Tai Chi Chuan Intervention for Breast Cancer Survivors”

In addition, members of the Resident and T-32 Fellows, the Class of 2019 will present their research proposals, including:

Daniel Areson, DO – “Can We Trust the Scratch Collapse Tests to Diagnose Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?”

Simonne Francis, MD – “Investigating Trends in Opioid Prescribing in Multi-Trauma Patients Admitted to Inpatient Rehabilitation”

Brittany Lambertus, MD – “Integration of Practice Questions for SAE Preparation as a Component of Rotations”

Carrie Brintz, PhD – “Feasibility of a 4-week Mindfulness Training Program for Adults with Chronic Pain”

Jacob Hill, ND, MS – “Concomitant Conventional Treatment and Traditional, Complementary, and Alternative Medicine (TCAM) Use for Cancer Care in Malawi”

*All members of the UNC Community are invited to attend. For more information, contact Danielle Baker at 984-974-0295*

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