index to articles: 2007 authors of Peer- reviewed articles

Index to Articles: 2007
Authors of PeerReviewed Articles
Abu-Hajir, MD, Majed: 1-34
Ahluwalia, MD, MHA, Ajit Singh:
5-266
Ahmed, MD, RVT, M. Habeeb:
2-90
Ahmed, MD, Mubashir: 4-219
Ahmed, MD, MPD, DrPH, Syed:
7-397
Akhtar, MD, Masood: 8-481
Allaqaband, MD, Suhail: 8-481
Ambuel, PhD, Bruce: 7-397
Andreoli, Philip: 8-471
Attila, MD, Tan: 1-34
Bajwa, MD, Tanvir: 8-481
Barlow, Shari: 8-471
Barrett, MD, PhD, Bruce: 8-473
Batten, MD, Casey G.: 6-307
Baumgardner, MD, Dennis J.:
7-366
Belongia, MD, Edward A.: 2-78
Bergen, PhD, Lawrence: 8-481
Berger, PhD, Lisa K.: 7-389
Bertler, MD, David E.: 5-275
Besser, MD, Richard E.: 2-78
Bhattacharya, PhD, Abhik: 3-130
Bhupathi, MD, MPH, Satya SV.:
1-30
Bick, MD, David: 3-145
Binkley, MD, Neil: 8-466
Blustein, MD, MPH, Joseph N.:
2-85
Booske, PhD, Bridget C.: 7-373
Bragg, PhD, Dawn S.: 6-307
Busey, MD, Sharon L.: 6-307
Cayley, Jr, MD, MDiv, William:
8-486
Chalasani, MD, MPH, Sreelatha:
1-30
Cheng, MD, Yee Chung: 4-225
Choi, MD, Hongyung: 4-225
Chyou, PhD, Po-Huang: 2-78
Cisler, PhD, Ron A.: 7-366, 7-385
Croft, MD, MS, Donita R.: 2-78
Crouse, MD, Byron J.: 5-256
Daram, MD, Sumanth R.: 8-490
Datta, MD, Milton W.: 1-34
Davis, MD, Jeffrey P.: 2-78, 4-185,
4-191
Dieter, MD, RVT, Robert S.: 2-90
Djelmami-Hani, MD, M.: 8-481
Doering, BS, Michael: 4-185
Dottl, PhD, Susan L.: 5-251
Drezner, MD, Marc K.: 8-466
Durkin, PhD, DrPH, Maureen S.:
1-12
Egbujiobi, MD, Leo C.: 8-481
Endrizzi, Sarah: 8-473
Fendrich, PhD, Michael: 7-389
Fetter, PhD, Bruce: 8-461
Fleming, MD, MPH, Michael F.:
6-319
Foldy, MD, MPH, FAAFP, Seth:
3-120
Foote, MS, Mary: 4-196
Fox, DVM, Patricia E.: 4-185
Geske, MS, David A.: 4-185
Gilmore, MPH, PhD, Gary D.: 2-71
Glaser, DVM, Linda C.: 4-185
Gleason, MS, RD, Linda A.: 1-12
Gottschlich, DO, Laura M.: 6-330
Gutterman, MD, David D.: 6-301
Hall, MD, Matthew C.: 3-126
Halsmer, BS, Sarah E.: 7-366
Hamberger, PhD, L. Kevin: 7-397
Hashim, MD, Abdelazim: 8-481
Hatfield, PhD, MS, Peggy: 3-130
Heffron, PhD, Mary Gleason:
4-215
Hoch, DO, Anne Z.: 6-301
Hoffman, MS, Gary: 1-12
Hoffmann, PhD, Raymond G.:
6-301
Hunter, MD, Paul: 7-397
Ikram, MD, Sohail: 2-90
Imm, MS, Pamela: 3-137
Jagodzinski, MD, Tanya D.: 6-319
Jain, MD, Nitin: 3-152
Janette, MEd, Carolyn: 2-78
Jurva, MD, Jason W.: 6-301
Kaikobad, MD, Mahazrin: 4-225
Kanarek, PhD, MPH, Marty S.:
1-16
Kazmierczak, DVM, MS, James
J.: 4-191
Kerr, MD, Sarah: 8-490
Kimball, MS, IV, Erin B.: 5-256
Kindt, BS, Joshua: 8-490
Kling, MD, Pamela J.: 3-130
Knobeloch, PhD, Lynda: 3-137
Knobloch, MPH, Mary Jo: 2-78,
3-126
Kochar, MD, MACP, Mahendr S.:
4-215
Kolan, BS, Anne: 5-251
Krueger, BS, CCRC, CDT, Diane:
8-466
Landis, MS, Matthew J.: 6-312
Lau, PhD, Eduardo: 3-145
Lee, MA, Sang Lim: 7-380
Lindh, MS, CGC, Heidi: 1-12
Lippert, MA, Adam: 7-389
Liu, PhD, Jingxia: 7-394
Loyo-Berrios, PhD, Nilsa I.: 2-85
Maginot, MD, Kathleen R.: 6-335
Mannebach, MD, Pat: 2-90
Mao, MS, Jingnan: 4-211
Massey, MD, Benson T.: 1-34
Matloub, MB, BS, Jackie: 4-196
Mazza, MD, MACP, Joseph J.:
5-266
McCarty, PhD, MPH, RD,
Catherine A.: 2-68
McCarty, PhD, Daniel J.: 2-68
McCormick, MD, Michael: 2-92
McLaughlin, PhD, Mary K.: 2-71
Merkitch, MD, Ken W.: 6-326
Mejicano, MD, MS, George C.:
3-126
Melzer-Lange, MD, Marlene D.:
7-394
Michels, MSN, Marilyn A.: 4-205
Mouanoutoua, MD, Mouatou:
8-481
Nanjundappa, MD, RVT, Aravinda:
2-90
Nelson, MD, Todd: 2-92
Ng, MD, Benton: 6-335
Niedfeldt, MD, Mark W.: 6-330
O’Brien, PhD, Mallory: 7-385
Oldridge, PhD, Neil: 8-481
Pacanowski, Jr, MD, John P.: 2-90
Pajewski, BS, Nick: 6-301
Patel, MD, Dhaval: 3-152
Pecher, Carrie A.: 3-126
Peppard, PhD, Paul P.: 6-312
Pfeifer, MD, Kurt J.: 3-152
Pfeiffer, MD, Christopher D.: 4-191
Pohlmann, MD, Gunther: 1-20
Pomeranz, MD, Albert J.: 4-211
Porter, MD, Emily B.: 6-330
Prell, RN, Ann M.: 6-326
Ratanawong, MD, Chirasakdi:
5-270
Reither, PhD, Eric N.: 7-380
Remington, MD, MPH, Patrick L.:
6-312, 7-366, 7-373
Rezkalla, MD, Shereif H.: 4-219
Rhead, MD, William: 1-12
Robinson, BS, Jane F.: 4-205
Rokey, MD, FACC, FASE, Roxann:
1-30
Rydmark, RN, Terri F.: 4-205
Sabnis, MBBS, Svapna: 4-211
Sartin, MD, Jeffrey S.: 4-205
Sarto, MD, PhD, Gloria E.: 3-130
Schauberger, MD, MS, Charles
W.: 6-326
Schilling, PhD, PsyD, Rae: 8-486
Schrager, MD, MS, Sarina: 5-251
Schwan, PhD, William R: 2-71
Serrano, MD, Karen: 5-260
Simspon, PhD, Deborah: 4-215
Smith, MD, David: 7-397
Smullen, MD, Michael J.: 5-275
Solis, MD, Joaquin: 8-481
Sotir, PhD, Mark J.: 4-185
Staton, MD, Megan A.: 6-301
Stephenson, BA, Laura: 4-196
Strawn, MD, Estil: 3-145
Strickland, MA, Rick: 4-196
Suechting, MEPD, Ralph: 8-486
Sudakoff, MD, Gary: 1-34
Swain, MD, MPH, Geoffrey R.:
7-366, 7-397
Swanson, MS, CGC, Amy: 3-145
Tellez-Giron, MD, Patricia: 7-402
Teves, MD, Denise: 4-225
Thielke, PhD, Robert: 6-301
Tuan, MS, Wen-Jan: 3-130
Van Calcar, MS, RD, Sandra C.:
1-12
Van Dusen Thatcher, MD, Charis:
7-394
Vanden Elzen, Darcy: 2-78
Vaughan-Batten, MPH, Heather:
4-196
Vila, BS, Peter M.: 7-366, 7-373
Vockley, MD, Gerard: 1-12
Warshauer, PhD, David M.: 4-185
Wegner, MD, MPH, Mark V.: 7-373
Wetter, PhD, CSCS, Annie C.: 2-68
Wichman, MD, Heather J.: 1-27
Wolff, MD, Jon A.: 1-12
Wolff, PhD, Marie: 7-397
Woods, MS, Laurie: 7-385
Wright, MT(ASCP), MS,
Marc-Oliver: 3-126
Yale, MD, Steven H.: 5-266
Young, MD, Craig C.: 6-307, 6-330
Zhang, PhD, Zhengjun: 8-473
Zhu, MD, PhD, Shankuan: 7-394
Zickerman, MD, Philip M.: 5-270
Authors of Non-PeerReviewed Articles
Akgulian, MD, Nick: 2-53
Babovic-Vukasanovic, MD, Dusica:
8-433
Barrett, MD, PhD, Bruce: 1-9
Barrett, Tom: 7-364
Belknap, MD, FACP, Mark K.:
8-436
Boebel, CPA/ABV, CVA, Mark I.:
Wisconsin Medical Journal • 2007 • Volume 106, No. 8
6-349
Bonness, MD, Michelle: 1-5
Brendel, MD, John K.: 2-53
Buchanan, JD, Brian L.: 4-230
Busalacchi, Steve: 8-437
Chauhan, MD, Suneet P.: 4-183
Chou, MD, Clarence: 8-442
Crepeau, MD, Alixandra: 4-183
Crowe, MD, A. Derrill: 2-101
Davis, JD, MPA, Sarah: 8-444
DiTullio, JD, Stephen A.: 2-96
Doherty, RN, BSN, Doris: 8-453
Dresang, PhD, Dennis L.: 8-441
Dunn, MD, Michael J.: 1-37,
3-159, 5-285, 7-418
Feldstein, MD, David A.: 1-7,
4-181
Fett, MD, Nicole: 4-181
Fleishman, MD, Alan: 8-453
Frey, III, MD, John J: 1-1, 2-49,
4-179, 5-249, 6-300, 7-363
Gaard, RN, MS, Susan: 8-449
Gaines, JD, LLM, Martha E.:
8-444
Giampietro, MD, PhD, Philip F.:
8-433
Gibson, CFP, Daniel: 4-233
Godar, JD, Thomas: 3-156
Gold, MD, JD, MPH, Jay A.: 1-41,
3-163, 4-235, 6-351, 7-420,
8-506
Golden, MD, Robert N.: 2-100,
4-231, 6-347
Gupta, MD, Lata: 4-183
Hanrahan, PhD, MS, Lawrence P.:
3-112, 3-116
Hansen, CLU, Maureen E.: 3-161
Heitz, JD, Ruth: 6-343
Hsu, MD, Jennifer: 1-7
Iyama, MD, Christina M.: 5-245
Katayama, JD, Alyce C.: 5-280
Kiehl, Dianne: 8-455
Kiehn, MD, Kathryn: 4-181
Kindschi, MD, George W.: 8-434
Kratz, Susan: 3-116
Krumholz, CFP, Kurt G.: 7-422
Kuhnen, Gary W.: 8-455
Kutty, MD, MACP, Kesavan: 7-407
Landis, MS, Matthew J.: 3-116
Leiker, JD, Michelle: 8-501
Leonhardt, MD, MPH, Kathryn:
8-447
Lindor, MD, Noralane M.: 8-433
Lyons, JD, Lisa A.: 5-280
McCarragher, JD, Molly J.: 1-40
Michaud, MPP, Mary Davis: 8-444
Pack, MD, Quinn: 1-7
Powell-Mattioli, MD, Kathleen:
4-183
Queram, Christopher: 8-455
Schauberger, MD, Charles: 1-5
Schlough, Cynthia: 8-455
Schoff, MD, Erik: 3-109
Schrager, MD, MS, Sarina: 8-449
Simmons, MA, Greg: 8-506
Simmons, MA, Kay: 8-506
Smalley, MD, Rebecca: 4-181
Spaans-Esten, Linda: 3-116
Starnes, JD, Stan: 8-504
Stiles, MD, Melissa: 1-9
Tumerman, MD, Marc: 2-56
Turney, MD, MS, FACP, FACMPE,
Susan L.: 5-246, 8-439
Verbeten, Nileen: 8-458
Wagner, MD, Steve F.: 8-433
507
Weigelt, MD, John A.: 8-455
Walmer, CFP, Claire: 5-287
Zaleski, MS, Christina: 8-433
Peer Reviewed
Papers
2-Methylbutyryl-CoA
Dehydrogenase Deficiency
in Hmong Infants Identified
by Expanded Newborn Screen
(van Calcar, Gleason, Lindh,
Hoffman, Rhead, Vockley,
Wolff, Durkin): 1-12
Acute Cystitis in Women:
Experience with a
Telephone-Based Algorithm
(Schauberger, Merkitch, Prell):
6-326
Assessment of Emergency
Preparedness in Western
Wisconsin, An (Gilmore,
Schwan, McLaughlin): 2-71
Athletic Amenorrhea and
Endothelial Dysfunction
(Hoch, Jurva, Station,
Thielke, Hoffmann, Pajewski,
Gutterman): 6-301
Basal Cell Carcinoma of the
Sole: Possible Association
with the Shoe-Fitting
Fluoroscope (Smullen,
Bertler): 5-275
Calories from Newspaper
Dessert Recipes are
Associated with Community
Obesity Rates (McCarty,
McCarty, Wetter): 2-68
Changes in Themes Over
Time from Medical Student
Journaling (Cayley, Schilling,
Suechting): 8-486
Characteristics of SchoolSanctioned Sports:
Participation and Attrition
in Wisconsin Public High
Schools (Landis, Peppard,
Remington): 6-312
Clinical Decision Support
Systems Use in Wisconsin
(Wright, Knobloch, Pecher,
Mejicano, Hall): 3-126
Clinical Significance of
Common Cold Treatment:
Professinals’ Opinions
(Barrett, Endrizzi, Andreoli,
Barlow, Zhang): 8-473
Cocaine-induced Fatal Acute
Eosinophilic Pneumonia:
A Case Report (McCormick,
Nelson): 2-92
Competency-based Physician
Education, Recertification,
and Licensure (Heffron,
Simspon, Kochar): 4-215
Continuing Medical Education
in Wisconsin: Current
Status and Future Directions
(Pohlmann): 1-20
Correlates of Postpartum
Alcohol Use (Jagodzinski,
Fleming): 6-319
Development and Evaluation
of Community Health
Competencies for Family
Medicine, The (Wolff,
Hamberger, Ambuel, Ahmed,
Swain, Hunter, Smith): 7-397
Discography: Over 50 Years of
Controversy (Wichman): 1-27
Elective Percutaneous Coronary
Intervention Without
508
On-Site Surgical Backup:
A Community Hospital
Experience (Djelmami-Hani,
Mouanoutoua, Hashim, Solis,
Bergen, Oldridge, Egbujiobi,
Allaqaband, Akhtar, Bajwa):
8-481
Endemic Human
Mosquito-borne Disease
in Wisconsin Residents,
2002-2006 (Sotir, Glaser, Fox,
Doering, Geske, Warshauer,
Davis): 4-185
Epidemiologic Features of
Human Babesiosis in
Wisconsin, 1996-2005
(Pfeiffer, Kazmierczak, Davis):
4-191
Extrahepatic Portal
Hypertension Following
Abdominal Surgery (Ahluwalia,
Mazza, Yale): 5-266
FoxHollow Atherectomy as
a Treatment Modality
for Common Femoral
Artery Occlusion (Dieter,
Pacanowski, Ahmed,
Mannebach, Ikram,
Nanjundappa): 2-90
Health Disparities in Milwaukee
by Socioeconomic Status
(Vila, Swain, Baumgardner,
Halsmer, Remington, Cisler):
7-366
Hypertensive Heart Disease
Mortality in Wisconsin,
1979-2004 (Knobeloch, Imm):
3-137
Hypophosphatemia Associated
with Paraproteinemia: A
Case Report and Review of
the Literature (Kerr, Kindt,
Daram): 8-490
Impact of a Child Care
Educational Intervention
on Parent Knowledge about
Appropriate Antibiotic Use
(Croft, Knobloch, Chyou,
Vanden Elzen, Janette, Davis,
Besser, Belongia): 2-78
Implementing CAP
Guidelines: Impediments
and Opportunities (Sartin,
Rydmark, Robinson, Michels):
4-205
Improving Cancer Incidence
Estimates for American
Indians in Wisconsin
(Foote, Matloub, Strickland,
Stephenson, VaughanBatten): 4-196
Intrahepatic Portal
Hypertension Secondary
to Metastatic Carcinoma of
the Prostate (Attila, Datta,
Sudakoff, Abu-Hajir, Massey):
1-34
Inventory of Electronic Health
Information Exchange in
Wisconsin, 2006 (Foldy):
3-120
Is That Your Pager or Mine: A
Survey of Women Academic
Family Physicians in Dual
Physician Families (Schrager,
Kolan, Dottl): 5-251
Low Vitamin D Status: Time
to Recognize and Correct a
Wisconsin Epidemic (Binkley,
Krueger, Drezner): 8-466
Management Strategies for
ST-Elevation Myocardial
Infarction in the Emergency
Department (Rezkalla,
Ahmed): 4-219
Milwaukee Homicide Review
Commission: An Interagency
Collaborative Process to
Reduce Homicide, The
(O’Brien, Woods, Cisler): 7-385
Nanomaterial Health Effects Part
3: Conclusion—Hazardous
Issues and the Precautionary
Principle (Kanarek): 1-16
Penile Oleogranuloma Among
Wisconsin Hmong (Zickerman,
Ratanawong): 5-270
Perspectives of Female
Physicians Practicing in Rural
Wisconsin (Kimball, Crouse):
5-256
Physician Beliefs and Practices
Regarding the Use of
Hepatitis A Vaccine (Sabnis,
Pomeranz, Mao): 4-211
Possible Factors Illuminating
Increased Disparities
in Neonatal Mortality in
Wisconsin from 1991-2005
(Tuan, Hatfield, Bhattacharya,
Sarto, Kling): 3-130
Preimplantation Genetic
Diagnosis: Technology and
Clinical Applications (Swanson,
Strawn, Lau, Bick) 3-145
Prevalence and Characteristics
of Hazardous Drinkers:
Results of the Greater
Milwaukee Survey (Berger,
Fendrich, Lippert): 7-389
Preventable Causes of Death in
Wisconsin, 2004 (Vila, Booske,
Wegner, Remington): 7-373
Primary Mediastinal Embryonal
Carcinoma Masquerading
as Chronic Pancreatitis
(Kaikobad, Cheng, Choi,
Teves): 4-225
Primary-Open Glaucoma and
Myopia: A Narrative Review
(Loyo-Berrios, Blustein): 2-85
Providing Culturally Sensitive
End-of-Life Care for
the Latino/a Community
(Tellez-Giron): 7-402
Racial and Ethnic Disparities
in AIDS Incidence: An
Examination of Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, 1990-2000 (Reither,
Lee): 7-380
Secret Behind Profuse Bleeding
Following a Routine Skin
Biopsy, The (Chalasani,
Bhupathi, Rokey): 1-30
Sport-Specific Injuries and
Medical Problems of Figure
Skaters (Porter, Young,
Niedfeldt, Gottschlich): 6-330
Sudden Cardiac Death in Young
Athletes: Trying to Find the
Needle in the Haystack (Ng,
Maginot): 6-335
Survey of Inner City Youth
and Their Parents about
Participation in Sports, A
(Busey, Batten, Young, Bragg):
6-307 Vertebral Osteomyelitis
in a Healthy Young Adult (Jain,
Patel, Pfeifer): 3-152
Urban Community
Characteristics and
Adolescent Assault Victims
Wisconsin Medical Journal • 2007 • Volume 106, No. 8
(Melzer-Lange, Van Dusen
Thatcher, Liu, Zhu): 7-394
Wisconsin Blues’ Conversion:
The Privatization of a Health
Insurer (Fetter): 8-461
Women Residents, Women
Physicians and Medicine’s
Future (Serrano): 5-260
In This Issue
A white male what? (Frey): 1-1
‘Tis the season (Frey): 4-179
Treating the Health of Wisconsin
Athletes (Frey): 6-300
Editorials
What we mean when we talk
about “conflict of interest”
(Frey): 2-49
Why can’t a man be more like a
woman? (Frey): 5-249
Poverty and human development:
A global and local issue
(Frey): 7-363
As goes Milwaukee’s health,
so goes Wisconsin’s health
(Barrett): 7-364
The privatization of Wisconsin
Blue Cross Blue Shield: Public
and private goods (Dresang):
8-441
Moving our mission forward
(Turney): 8-439
Invited Editorials
eHealth: The Foundation for
Health System Transformation
(Hanrahan): 3-112
Commentary
SPHERE: Tracking Public Health
Improvement with Electronic
Records (Landis, Kratz,
Spaans-Esten, Hanrahan):
3-116
Wisconsin Medical Society
launches DRconnection: a
new resource designed to
help patients and physicians
(Turney): 5-246
In Remembrance
3-109, 5-245, 8-432
Focus on . . .
Empowering the
Patient
Helping our patients help
themselves (Chou): 8-442
Ten strategies to build
partnerships with patients
(Michaud, Davis, Gaines):
8-444
Partnering with our patients
(Leonhardt): 8-447
Empowering patients with a
written agenda (Gaard,
Schrager): 8-449
Power of education, The
(Fleishman, Doherty): 8-453
Aligning the forces for quality: The
Wisconsin Way (Schlough,
Weigelt, Kiehl, Kuhnen,
Queram): 8-455
Empowered physician, The
(Verbeten): 8-458
Letters to the Editor
Physicians need help crossing the
“quality creek” (Schauberger):
1-5
Freedom to choose (Bonness):
1-5
Reviews should be
comprehensive and
non-biased (Brendel): 2-53
Caribbean clinic seeks volunteers
(Akgulian): 2-53
Additional risk factors for open
angle glaucoma (Schoff):
3-109
Autism: One face of the child with
developmental disabilities
(Iyama): 5-245
Do not discount the power of
prayer (Belknap): 8-436
From the Office of
the General Counsel
Crucial aspects of the hiring
process (DiTullio): 2-96
Covenants non-compete
agreement: What good are
they, anyhow? (Godar): 3-156
The DEA Proposes Schedule II
Substance Rule (Buchanan):
4-230
Per-click, under arrangements,
mark-up, and other dirty words
(Lyons, Katayama): 5-280
Case for Advance Directives, A
(Heitz): 6-343
Stark Phase III regulations go
into effect December 4, 2007
(Leiker): 8-501
As I See It
What a fair and rational health
system would look like
(Barrett, Stiles): 1-9
Paying for population health
care: The link between
reimbursement models
and quality health care
(Tumerman): 2-56
2006 Summer Fellowships in
Government and Community
Service: 2-58
Residents are right, and I am
confused: A short story
(Powell-Mattioli, Gupta,
Crepeau, Chauhan): 4-183
The Sound of Silence (Kindschi):
8-434
Dean’s column
Translational research has new
home on Medical College
campus (Dunn): 1-37
Looking back, looking forward
(Golden): 2-100
Benefits of electronic medical
records outweigh every
challenge (Dunn): 3-159
Academic campuses extend the
school’s reach to all corners of
the state (Golden): 4-231
National trend indicates women’s
growing representation in
medicine (Dunn): 5-285
Tackling obesity from many angles
(Golden): 6-347
Efforts to increase health care
quality and reduce medical
errors must be maintained
(Dunn): 7-418
Your Practice
Clinical Use of Evidence-Based
Medicine—Clinical Questions
(Hsu, Pack, Feldstein): 1-7
Pension Protection Act benefits
individual employees
(McCarragher): 1-40
Medical malpractice insurance
tests the mettle of insurance
companies (Crowe): 2-101
Women: Don’t shortchange your
retirement (Hansen): 3-161
Clinical use of evidence-based
medicine: Studies used to
assess harm (Fett, Smalley,
Kiehn, Feldstein): 4-181
Roth IRA opportunity expanded in
2010 (Gibson): 4-233
Get organized for retirement
planning (Walmer): 5-287
Family Limited Partnerships
preserve wealth (Boebel):
6-349
Partial or full retirement requires
careful planning (Krumholz):
7-422
ProAssurance and PIC
WISCONSIN: Prepared for the
inevitable (Starnes): 8-504
Your Society
Nominating Committee solicits
nominees: 1-6
Wisconsin Medical Society’s
Standard Benefit Plan, The:
2-62
Nominating Committee solicits
nominees: 6-299
Resolution deadline date for 2008
Wisconsin Medical Society
Annual Meeting: 8-435
Physician Citizen of the Year
finds uninsured not only ones
in need of free health care
(Busalacchi): 8-437
Proceedings
Proceedings from the 2005 Annual
Meeting of the American
College of Physicians,
Wisconsin Chapter (Kutty):
7-407
Proceedings from the 2007
Wisconsin Quality and Safety
Wisconsin Medical Journal • 2007 • Volume 106, No. 8
Forum: 8-495
MetaStar Matters
The physician’s role in improving
home health care (Gold): 1-41
Implementing electronic health
records in physician offices:
Lessons learned (Gold): 3-163
Medicare Physician Quality
Reporting Initiative (Gold):
4-235
Physicians should make use of
‘Welcome to Medicare’ visit
(Gold): 6-351
The primary care physician’s role
in treating chronic kidney
disease (Gold): 7-420
Patient safety from the patient
perspective (Gold, Simmons,
Simmons): 8-506
Annual Meeting
2007 House of Delegates Action
on Resolutions and Board
Reports: 3-165
Instructions to
Authors
3-155, 4-229, 5-279, 8-460
Call for Reviewers
8-438
Classified Ads
1-47, 2-102, 3-171, 4-239, 5-291,
6-355, 7-427, 8-512
Foundation Donors,
2006
1-42
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