Presentations and publications
Office of Rural and Underserved Programs
Scholarly Peer-Rerviewed Presentations
Casapulla, S ., Nieto C. & Gomez, JG. Analisis de datos caulitativos para el diseño de estrategias de prevención y control de enfermedades infecciosas. IV Encuentro Internacional de Investigacion en Enfermadades Infecciosas y Medicina Tropical. Pontifica Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador, June 2016
Casapulla, S ., Nieto C. & Gomez, JG . Experiencias de trabajo interdisciplinar en enfermedades desatendidas: Innovaciones y aprendizajes transnacionales. IV Encuentro Internacional de Investigacion en Enfermadades Infecciosas y Medicina Tropical.. Pontifica Universidad Católica del Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador, June 2016
Longenecker R. “Competencies for Rural Practice,” PeARLS session, International Community Engaged Medical Education Conference (ICEMEN 2016), Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, June 24, 2016.
Longenecker R. “Community Engaged Residency Education in Rural Places,” Oral presentation, International Community Engaged Medical Education Conference (ICEMEN 2016), Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, June 23, 2016.
Brantingham, G., Mullinix, B., Casapulla, S., Hurtubuise, L., & Walkowski, S. Mapping pre-clinical OMM curriculum to AACOM Core Competencies. Workshop and paper presented at the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine annual conference. Washington, DC, April 2016.
Casapulla, S., & Hess, M. Understanding the impact of global health research and service learning on college students. Workshop presented at Community-Campus Partnerships for Health annual conference. New Orleans, LA, May 2016
Casapulla, S., Arcos, G., Wittkorn, E., & Caicedo, G. Food security, health literacy, nutrition and health in two rural farming communities in Ecuador. Poster presented at the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine annual conference. Washington, DC, April 2016.
Longenecker R; Patterson D; Schmitz D. “Rural Training Track Programs: Fostering Resilience,” Seminar and research presentation, NRHA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, May 11, 2016.
Longenecker R; Wendling A; Bowling J. “Competencies for Rural and Underserved Practice,” Seminar and research presentation at STFM Annual Spring Conference, Minneapolis, MN, May 2, 2016.
Longenecker R; Hollander-Rodriguez J; Schmitz D. “Competencies for Rural and Underserved Practice,” Workshop and research presentation, AFMRD Program Directors Workshop, Kansas City, MO, April 1 & 2, 2016.
Longenecker R. “Dual Relationships in Rural Practice,” Presentation to NRHA Student Constituency Group, NRHA Annual Meeting, May 11, 2016.
Longenecker R and Franko J. “Joy in Leadership: Building a deliberate community of practice,” seminar at STFM Annual Spring Conference, Minneapolis, MN, May 3, 2016.
Longenecker R and Balbo J. “Primary Care Curricular Integration: An incremental and emergent approach,” lecture-discussion at STFM Annual Spring Conference, Minneapolis, MN, May 1, 2016.
Longenecker R. “Community Engaged Residency Development” and RTT Collaborative Update, as part of a national panel sponsored by HRSA and the federal ORHP, Rural Residency Planning and Development Webinar, April 11, 2016.
Longenecker R. “Curriculum Design for Rural Programs,” Workshop presentation at the RTT Collaborative Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, February 25, 2016.
Longenecker R. “Building the Rural Workforce and the Role of the RTT (Rural Training Track),” National webinar presentation for 3RNet, January 20, 2016.
Longenecker R. “Why Train Rural: Taking the path less travelled,” Videoconference presentation to the University of Missouri-Columbia rural medicine interest group, January 15, 2016.
Longenecker R. “Community Engaged Education: Expanding GME in Rural Montana,” Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana Board Retreat, Big Fork, Montana, October 29, 2015.
Longenecker R; Patterson D; Schmitz D. “Rural Training Tracks,” Invited workshop at the 2015 Rural Health Summit, Portland, Oregon, September 1, 2015.
Longenecker R. “Community Engaged Residency Education,” Presented as part of a panel at the New Mexico Primary Care Training Consortium (NMPCTC) NMPCTC Summit on Primary Care and Residency Training in New Mexico, August 10, 2015.
Published in peer-reviewed journals, briefs or books
Casapulla S, Beverly E, Longenecker R. The Value of Clinical Jazz: Teaching Critical Reflection On, In, and Toward Practice,
Patterson DG, Andrilla CHA, Schmitz D, Longenecker R, Evans DV. Outcomes of Rural-Centric Residency Training to Prepare Family Medicine Physicians for Rural Practice. Policy Brief #158. Seattle. WA: WWAMI Rural Health Center, University of Washington, Mar 2016.
Patterson DG, Schmitz D, Longenecker R, Andrilla CHA. Family medicine Rural Training Track residencies: 2008-2015 graduate outcomes. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Rural Health Research Center, University of Washington. Feb 2016.
Accepted for publication in peer-reviewed journals, briefs or books
Casapulla, S., & Hess, M. (2016). Engagement education: A model of community—youth engagement in rural Appalachia. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship. (in press)
Scakacs, J., Ackers, I., Rodriguez, J., Ojong-Egbe, O., & Casapulla, S. The effectiveness of home blood pressure monitoring in low income adults living in rural Appalachia. Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. (In press. Manuscript number JAOA-2015-0228.R2. Accepted for publication January 25, 2016).
Evans D; Patterson D; Andrilla CH; Schmitz D; Longenecker R. Do Residencies that Aim to Produce Rural Family Physicians Offer Relevant Training? Family Medicine, (Manuscript #2015-0347 accepted for publication February 16, 2016)