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Stephen W. Davis, M.A.Wake Forest School of Medicine

Stephen W. Davis, M.A.

Assistant Professor,

Contact Information

Academic: 336-716-2126 | Department: 336-716-4479

Education & Training

  • B.A., Wake Forest University, 1976
  • M.A., Wake Forest University, 1978

NPI Number

  • 1124026588
Stephen W. Davis, M.A.

Stephen W. Davis, M.A.

Assistant Professor, Family & Community Medicine

Research Interests

Soccer; Family Practice; Athletic Injuries; Malingering; Social Support
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Contact Information

Academic: 336-716-2126 | Department: 336-716-4479

Recent Publications

Association of obesity and pediatric venous thromboembolism. Halvorson EE, Ervin SE, Russell TB, Skelton JA, Davis S, Spangler J.. Hosp Pediatr. 2016;6(1):22-26.

Medical student attitudes toward the medically underserved: the USU perspective. Stephens MB, Landers G, Davis SW, Durning SJ, Crandall SJ.. Mil Med. 2015;180(4 Suppl):61-63.

Medical student health literacy perspectives and experiences. Kirk JK, Davis SW, Hairston J, Melius K Marion GS.. J Fam Med Dis Prev. 2015;1():018.

Outcomes and medication use in a longitudinal cohort of type 2 diabetes patients, 2006 to 2012. Kirk JK, Davis SW, Lawrence K, Hildebrandt CA, Lord RW Jr.. J Clin Outcomes Manage. 2014;21(1):9-14.

Perceptions of culturally competent diabetes management in a primary care practice. Kirk JK, Hildebrandt C, Davis S, Crandall SJ, Siciliano AB, Marion GS.. J Cult Divers. 2014;21(1):22-28.

Injury risk due to collisions in Major League Baseball. Rosenbaum DA, Davis SW.. Int J Sports Med. 2014;35(8):704-707.

Measuring medical student attitudes and beliefs regarding patients who are obese. Ip EH, Marshall S, Vitolins M, Crandall SJ, Davis S, Miller D, Kronner D, Vaden K, Spangler J.. Acad Med. 2013;88(2):282-289.

Are medical students aware of their anti-obesity bias?. Miller DP Jr, Spangler JG, Vitolins MZ, Davis SW, Ip EH, Marion GS, Crandall SJ.. Acad Med. 2013;88(7):978-982.

Standardized patient instructors' and physician assistant students' evaluation of diabetes counseling skills. Kirk JK, Hildebrandt CA, Davis SW, Crandall SJ, Marion GS.. J Physician Asst Educ. 2013;24(4):9-14.

Applied relaxation & applied mindfulness (ARAM): A practical and engaging approach for mind-body regulation training in medical education. McCann WJ, Marion GS, Davis SW, Crandall SJ, Hildebrandt CA.. Ann Behav Sci Med Educ. 2013;19(2):10-15.

New lifestyle: a web-based teaching and learning program for nutrition, exercise, and weight management [abstract]. Miller DP, Crandall S, Vitolins MZ, Davis S, Kronner D, Ip E, Vaden K, Spangler J.. J Gen Intern Med. 2012;27(Suppl 2):S563.

NEW lifestyle: a downloadable teaching and learning program for Nutrition, Exercise, and Weight management [tutorial]. Miller DP, Crandall SJ, Davis S, Ip E, Jamback G, Burns C, Kronner D, Marion G, Spangler JG, Vaden K, Vernon J, Vitolins MZ.. MedEdPORTAL. 2012;():ID9256.

Issues encountered by physicians during international travel with youth national soccer teams. Rosenbaum DA, Davis SW.. Sports Health. 2011;3(3):230-234.

Estimation of injury simulation in international women's football. Rosenbaum DA, Sanghani RR, Woolen T, Davis SW.. Res Sports Med. 2011;19(3):162-169.

Hidden in plain sight: residency coordinators' social support of residents in family medicine residency programs. McCann WJ, Knudson M, Andrews M, Locke M, Davis SW.. Fam Med. 2011;43(8):551-555.

Characteristics associated with glycemic control among family medicine patients with type 2 diabetes. Kirk JK, Davis SW, Hildebrandt CA, Strachan EN, Peechara ML, Lord R.. N C Med J. 2011;72(5):345-350.

Patient characteristics and process of care measures as predictors of glycemic control. Kirk JK, Strachan E, Martin CL, Davis SW, Peechara M, Lord R.. J Clin Outcomes Manage. 2010;17(1):27-30.

Medical students are unaware of personal bias toward obese patients [abstract]. Miller D, Spangler J, Davis S, Ip E, Marion G, Vitolins M, Crandall S.. J Gen Intern Med. 2010;25(Suppl 3):331.

A longitudinal comparison of pharmacy and medical students' attitudes toward the medically underserved. Crandall SJ, Davis SW, Broeseker AE, Hildebrandt C.. Am J Pharm Educ. 2009;72(6):art. 148.

Emergency planning for sudden cardiac events in North Carolina high schools. Monroe A, Rosenbaum DA, Davis S.. N C Med J. 2009;70(3):198-204.

Variation in injury risk over the course of a two-day youth club soccer tournament. Rosenbaum DA, Silvis ML, Williams JE, Davis SW.. Inj Prev. 2009;15(4):266-269.

Migrant farmworker stress: mental health implications. Hiott AE, Grzywacz JG, Davis SW, Quandt SA, Arcury TA.. J Rural Health. 2008;24(1):32-39.

Working effectively with interpreters: a model curriculum for physician assistant students. Marion GS, Hildebrandt CA, Davis SW, Marin AJ, Crandall SJ.. Med Teach. 2008;30(6):612-617.

Oral health and quality of life of migrant and seasonal farmworkers in North Carolina. Quandt SA, Hiott AE, Grzywacz JG, Davis SW, Arcury TA.. J Agric Saf Health. 2007;13(1):45-55.

Individualized enhanced adherence intervention study in adults with diabetes. Kirk JK, Raggio GA, Nesbit BA, Davis SW, Mihalko SL, Miller GD, Sevick MA.. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2007;1(4):L1-L2.

Child healthcare in two farmworker populations. Gentry K, Quandt SA, Davis SW, Grzywacz JG, Hiott AE, Arcury TA.. J Community Health. 2007;32(6):419-431.

Housing quality among North Carolina farmworker families. Gentry AL, Grzywacz JG, Quandt SA, Davis SW, Arcury TA.. J Agric Saf Health. 2007;13(3):323-337.

Organophosphorus pesticide urinary metabolite levels of children in farmworker households in eastern North Carolina. Arcury TA, Grzywacz JG, Davis SW, Barr DB, Quandt SA.. Am J Ind Med. 2006;49(9):751-760.

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Assistant Professor, Family & Community Medicine

Stephen W. Davis, M.A.

Stephen W. Davis, M.A.

Assistant Professor, Family & Community Medicine

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