The department had several presentations at this year’s Academy Health Annual Research Meeting. Three PhD students presented their research: pictured, top left, Ivana Vaughn, MPH; top right, Young-Rock Hong, MPH; bottom right: Ara Jo, MS. Nicole Marlow, MPH, PhD (pictured bottom left with Young-Rock Hong) attended as the department’s faculty representative and as co-author on Young-Rock’s presentation.
Young-Rock Hong received the award for the Best Student Abstract at the Quality and Value Interest Group Meeting which took place on the first day of the meeting.
Arch G. Mainous, III, PhD was co-author on an oral presentation which received a Best Abstract award.
All of the department’s presentations are outlined below:
Medicaid vs. Private Insurance and
Medication Adherence in Adults with
A Pre-Frailty Risk Score to Predict Pre-
Frailty in Adults Using NHANES Data
Effect of Weight Loss to a Healthy Body
Mass Index Target on Prediabetes or
Undiagnosed Diabetes in U.S. Adults
Comparing Performance of Accountable
Care Organizations: Does Type of
Spending Structure Matter?
Determinants of Use and Barriers to
Colorectal Cancer Screening among
Diabetic Patients: Analysis from the
Medical Expenditure Panel Survey
Oral Presentation of Best Abstracts
Mingliang Dai, Michael Peabody, Lars Peterson, Arch Mainous
Adherence to Clinical Guidelines for Monitoring
Diabetes in Ambulatory Care Settings