Usability of a novel mobile health iPad app by vulnerable populations. Miller DP Jr, Weaver KE, Case LD, Babcock D, Lawler D, Denizard-Thompson N, Pignone MP, Spangler JG.. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 2017;5(4):e43.
Usability of a novel Mhealth Ipad application by vulnerable populations [abstract]. Miller DP, Weaver K, Case D, Babcock DP, Kronner D, Denizard-Thompson NM, Pignome M, Troyer JL, Spangler JG.. J Gen Intern Med. 2016;31(Suppl 2):S450-S451.
'It's bigger than just the visit': a hospital follow-up initiative to address social determinants of health and promote high quality transitions of care [abstract]. Denizard-Thompson NM, Feiereisel K.. J Gen Intern Med. 2015;30(Suppl 2):S514.
STAR (Safe Transitions Across Care): an initiative to improve resident and faculty education to improve patient care across the healthcare continuum [abstract]. Denizard-Thompson NM, Feiereisel K.. J Gen Intern Med. 2015;30(Suppl 2):S507.
Care plus: addressing medical and psychosocial needs through team based primary care and care coordination [abstract]. Martin M, Feiereisel K, Denizard-Thompson NM.. J Gen Intern Med. 2015;30(Suppl 2):S526.
Crafting appealing text messages to encourage colorectal cancer screening test completion: a qualitative study. Weaver KE, Ellis SD, Denizard-Thompson N, Kronner D, Miller DP.. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 2015;3(4):e100.
Older adults' attitudes about receiving text messages related to colorectal cancer screening [abstract]. Denizard-Thompson NM, Weaver KE, Ellis SD, Kronner D, Miller DP.. J Gen Intern Med. 2014;29(Suppl 1):S157.
STAR (Safe Transitions Across Care): a focus on an interdisciplinary discharge process [abstract]. Denizard-Thompson NM, Feiereisel K, Wofford JL.. J Gen Intern Med. 2013;28(Suppl 1):S446.
Ipad-based patient education and data collection for colorectal cancer screening [abstract]. Miller DP, Denizard-Thompson NM, Wofford JL, Babcock D, Weaver KE, Case LD, Spangler J, Pignone M.. J Gen Intern Med. 2013;28(Suppl 1):S245-S246.
iPod technology for teaching patients about anticoagulation: a pilot study of mobile computer-assisted patient education. Denizard-Thompson NR, Singh S, Stevens SR, Miller DP, Wofford JL.. Prim Health Care Res Dev. 2012;13(1):42-47.
Physical activity, opioid medication use, and interest in yoga in an urban community health center [abstract]. Campos C, Denizard-Thompson NM, Pedley CR [sic] [Pedley CF], Miller DP, Wofford JL.. J Gen Intern Med. 2012;27(Suppl 2):S273.
The digital divide at an urban community health center: implications for quality improvement and health care access. Denizard-Thompson NM, Feiereisel KB, Stevens SF, Miller DP, Wofford JL.. J Community Health. 2011;36(3):456-460.
Developing successful leaders in medicine [newsletter article]. Feiereisel KB, Denizard-Thompson NR, Miller DP, Lichstein PR.. Academic Internal Medicine Insight. 2010;8(3):10-11,16.
Patient education systems built around the Ipod: a new use for a popular technology [abstract]. Denizard-Thompson N, Singh S, Miller DP, Stevens S, Wells M, Wofford JL.. J Gen Intern Med. 2009;24(Suppl 1):257.
Improving hypertension management in an internal medicine residency continuity clinic [abstract]. Denizard-Thompson N, Feiereisel KB, Singh S.. J Gen Intern Med. 2008;23(Suppl 2):202-203.
Teaching resident-physicians about insurance programs, prescription drug costs and community resources to improve continuity clinic experience [abstract]. Denizard-Thompson N, Singh S, Feiereisel KB, Gamble E.. J Gen Intern Med. 2008;23(Suppl 2):211-212.
Using IPOD technology for warfarin education: mobile computer-assisted patient education for improving office efficiency [abstract]. Denizard-Thompson N, Singh S, Wells M, Wofford JL.. J Gen Intern Med. 2008;23(Suppl 2):230.
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Doctor always goes over all medical problems, prescriptions, etc.
thank you for such great service
My doctor shows concern and helps me make decisions in my treatment and I can understand what's going on with my health. My experiences are good.
Always refer others.
It was fair.