Monday, December 17, 2018

The second annual Discovery Presentation Day was held in late November at the Medical Education Research Facility (MERF) atrium with 28 project listings. The event is a culmination of P3 student research under a previously matched faculty mentor. Discovery is a key part of the Learning and Living Curriculum; the poster presentation is part of the fourth and final sequence of the Discovery course. 

Poster winners are:

Student Choice Award - First Place
 

Students: Samantha Johnson, Joel Hoyman, Michael Parisi-Mercado, Matti Mason

Mentor: William Doucette

Project Title: The Effect of Value-Based Programs in Pharmacy: A Multi-Case Study


Student Choice Award - Second Place
 

Students: Reid Ellingson, Courtney Fischels, Brenna Robinson, Alexa Sieren
Mentor: Korey Kennelty 
Project Title: Surveying rural primary care providers to determine their clinical needs 


Faculty Choice Award - First Place
 

Students: Caprisse Honsbruch, Leah Mouw, Zach Mulford, Jay Tieri

Mentor: Sara Wiedenfeld

Project Title: Development of a Direct Oral Anticoagulant Monitoring Service in a Family Medicine Clinic 


Faculty Choice Award - Second Place
 

Students: Caleb Rux, Mackenzie McGraw, Kyle Erkel, Maryanne Menge

Mentor: Matthew Witry

Project Title: Retrospective Analysis of Internet Reviews Related to Patient Satisfaction for Community Pharmacies in the State of Iowa


Read more about Discovery projects and last year's winners