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Our Publications

The ultimate step of research is the sharing of knowledge; through publishing in regional, national, and international medical journals, our faculty members disseminate ideas, methodologies, and findings to a large audience within both family medicine and the broader medical community. The following are some of our faculty members’ most recent publications. 

  1. Nair, D., Dr., Vaughan, F., Dr., & Bennett, K., Dr. (2017). A Chart Review of Acute Care Inter-Hospital Transfers form Rural WV Hospitals. Mar,3(1), 47-56. Retrieved January 30, 2017.
  2. Ranavaya, M., Dr. (2017). Empowering Ability in Disability--Avoiding the Web of Disability. Marshall Journal of Medicine,3(1), 14-17. Retrieved January 27, 2017.
  3. Becher, K., M.D. (2017, January). Ensuring Appropriate Care When Views of Physician, Patient Collide. 12-13.
  4. Franks, A. M., Guzzo, R., Barker, S., & King-Mallory, R. (2016). Progressive Supranuclear Palsy – A Case Study from the Perspective of a Primary Care Physician Son. West Virginia Medical Journal -OA, 1-3.
  5. Nair D, Harrell L, Germani, R. Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma: A Rare Cause of Epistaxis. WVMJ OA 2016;1(24).
  6. Huntington MK, Allison J, Nair D, “Emerging Vector-Borne Diseases”. American Family Physician. 2016 10 1: Volume 94 (7): pp. 551-557
  7. Roberts J, Rupp D, Petrizzi M. Foot Injuries. Muscluloskeletal and Sports Medicine for the Primary Care Practitioner 4th Edition. 2016
  8. Becher K. In Family Medicine, Sometimes the Hoofbeats Are Zebras. 2016
  9. Kozakowski SM, Becher K, Hinkle T, Blackwelder R, Knight C, Pugno P. Responses to Medical Students’ Frequently Asked Questions About Family Medicine. 2016.
  10. Liaw W, Bazemore A, Xierali I, Walden J, Diller P. Impact of Global Health Experiences During Residency on Graduate Practice Location: A Multisite Cohort Study. Journal of Graduate Medical Education. Vol. 6, No. 3. September, 2014.
  11. Rondeinelli R, Ranavaya M. Current American Medical Association Guidelines for Evaluating Musculoskeletal Impairment at Maximum Medical Improvement. Chapter 17 in Gatchel et Al. Musculoskeletal Disorder in the Workplace. August, 2014.
  12. Pewen W. HIPAA. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Big Data. (In press).
  13. Petrany S M, Christiansen M. Knowledge and Perceptions of the Affordable Care Act by Uninsured Patients at a Free Clinic. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. May, 2014.
  14. Nair D. Traveler’s Diarrhea: Prevention, Treatment, and Post-trip Evaluation. Clinician Reviews. 2014.
  15. Walden J. Jungle Travel and Survival. Wilderness Medicine. 2014.
  16. Rondinelli R, Ranavaya M. Practical Aspects of Impairment Rating and Disability Determination. Braddom’s Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2014.
  17. Rondinelli R, Ranavaya M. Disability Assessment. Chapter 17 In Benson HT, et. Al. Practical Management of Pain. 2014.
  18. Rondinelli R, Ranavaya M. Current Medical Association Guidelines for Evaluating Musculoskeletal Impairment at Maximum Medical Improvement. Handbook of Musculoskeletal Pain and Disability Disorders in the Workplace. 2014.
  19. Nair D. A Dream. Family Medicine. 2014
  20. Goldstein M, Pewen W. The HIPAA Omnibus Rule: Implications for Public Health Policy and Practice. Public Health Reports. 2013.
  21. Franks A, Shapiro J. Simple Acid-Base Disorders: Metabolic Acidosis. Nephrology in 30 Days. October, 2013
  22. Petrany S M. Meaningful Scut Work. Family Medicine. September, 2013.
  23. Petrany S M. Hoping to Inspire. Academic Medicine (Web). August, 2013.
  24. Nair D. What Does It Really Take to Evaluate Complementary and Alternative Medicine Therapies? Medical Science Educator. August, 2013.
  25. Nair D. Gibbs M M. Inter-hospital Transfer from Rural hospitals to an Academic Medical Center. West Virginia Medical Journal. July 2013.
  26. Nair D. Traveler’s Diarrhea: Prevention, Treatment, and Post-trip Evaluation. Journal of Family Practice. July, 2013.

 Publication list updated 2017.

For access to full-text articles or to contact one of our faculty authors, please call our research assistant at 304-691-1123.