Scholarly activity has been defined as original and creative work that is shared with colleagues. We encourage and support each other in the pursuit of scholarly activities. Read below for some of our recent activities.
Dr. Patel contributed to both Orthopedics and Musculoskeletal for Family Practice Board Review, 3rd edition. He also co-published "Which ankle injury scoring system is the best for reducing the need for X-rays?" and published "Which strengthening/stretching exercises are most effective at relieving the pain of patellofemoral pain syndrome?" with the Family Physician Inquiry Network (FPIN).
Lorna London, Ph.D., Neha Kapil, MD, Jennifer McCartin, MA, Stephanie Edick, MA, Maria Rodriguez, MA, presented "Integrating Primary Care and Behavioral Medicine With Pediatric Patients" at the 118th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association.
Dr. London and Dr. Kapil presented "An Integrated Primary Care Approach to Helping Children B-HIP (Be Happy, Involved and Positive), Order of Name for Family Medicine Conference Issue to be presented at the Forum for Behavioral Science in Family Medicine, September 2010.
Dr. London contributed to the Family Medicine Board Review (Pearls of Wisdom), Fourth Edition, Chapter 21 Behavioral Science, pp. 523-540.
Dr. Brian Adrian authored "Do NSAIDS impair healing of musculoskeletal injuries?" published in the Journal of Musculoskeletal Medicine. 2011; 28; 207-212.
Dr. Neha Kapil contributed to "Stress Fractures: diagnosis, treatment an prevention" published in American Family Physician. 2011; 83(1): 39-46.