Symposium Posters: 25-29

2018 Research Symposium

41 Posters submitted by Natividad and Monterey County Community Providers and Professionals. 

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Posters & Accompanying Audio

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Presenters & Authors

 

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25 - CME Presenter: Olivia Kingsford OMSIII, Touro University; Rene Colorado MD PhD, Caroline Lemon MS, SVMHS Novel stroke awareness tool to improve access to acute stroke treatment among Spanish-speaking Hispanics/Latinos 
26 - CME Presenter: Matthew Musselman OMSIII; Touro University Structural competency in medical education
27 - CME Presenter: Sheree Goldman MSN WHNP, Monterey County Health Department Improving the identification and reporting of commercially sexually exploited children (CSEC) by law enforcement officers
28 - CME Presenter: Christina Zaro MD, Natividad; Bret Namihas MD, Chris Irvine MD, Natividad Evaluating the impact of residency-driven high school pre-participation health screenings
29 - CME Presenter: Ryan Ferguson OMSIII, Touro University; Jeffrey Lin OMSIII, Matt Tunzi OMSIII, Eric Donn OMSIII, Touro University, and Andrew McCague DO, Natividad Role of Repeat Computerized Tomography in the Selective Non-operative Management of Blunt Splenic Injury