P4 Publications


Evaluation Core Manuscripts
  1. Eiff MP, Garvin R, Fogarty CT, LoPresti L, Young RA, Duane MR, Creach ED, Saultz JW, Pugno P, Carney PA. A model for a standardized national family medicine graduate survey. Fam Med 2009;41(5):337-41.
  2. Carney PA, Eiff MP, Saultz JW, Tillotson C, Douglas A, Crane S, Jones S, Green LA. Aspects of the patient-centered medical home currently in place: initial findings from the P4 (Preparing the Personal Physician for Practice) project. Fam Med 2009;41(9):633-640.
  3. Carney PA, Green LA. An emerging epidemic of innovation in family medicine residencies. Fam Med 2011 ;43(7):461-3.
  4. Garvin RD, Eiff MP, Pugno P, Douglass A, Duane M, Young R, Saultz JW, Waller E, Carney PA. Effect of curriculum innovation on residency applications and match performance: A P4 report. Fam Med 2011 ;43(7):472-9.
  5. Carney PA, Eiff MP, Jones SD, Lindbloom E, Osborn J, Waller E, Green LA. Preparing the Personal Physician for Practice (P4): site-specific innovations, hypotheses, and measures at baseline. Fam Med 2011 ;43(7):464-71.
  6. Carney PA, Eiff MP, Saultz JW, Lindbloom E, Waller E, Jones SD, Osborn J. Green LA. Assessing the impact of innovative training of family physicians for the patient-centered medical home. J Grad Med Educ 2012;4(1):16-22.
  7. Eiff MP, Waller E, Fogarty CT, Krasovich S, Lindbloom E, Douglass AB, Pugno P, Green LA, Carney PA. Faculty development needs in residency redesign towards the patient centered medical home: a p4 report. Fam Med 2012;44(6):387-95.
  8. Carney PA, Waller E, Eiff MP, Saultz JW, Jones SD, Fogarty CT, Corboy JE, Green LA. Measuring family medicine identity: the development of a new instrument. Fam Med 2013;45(10):708-18.
  9. Eiff MP, Garvin RD, Green LA, Pugno PA, Kozakowski SM, Dostal J, Waller E, Carney PA. Innovating within the ACGME regulatory environment is not an oxymoron. Fam Med 2014;46(4):282-7.
  10. Carney PA, Waller E, Green LA, Crane S, Garvin RD, Pugno PA, Kozakowski SM, Douglass AB, Jones S, Eiff MP. Financing residency training redesign. J Grad Med Educ 2014;6(4):686-92.
  11. Kozakowski SM, Eiff MP, Green LA, Pugno PA, Waller E, Jones S, Fetter G, Carney PA. Five key leadership actions needed to redesign family medicine residencies. J Grad Med Educ 2015;7(2):187-191.
  12. Carney PA, Waller E, Dexter E, Marino M, Rosener SE, Green LA, Jones G, Keister DM, Dostal J, Jones SM, Eiff PM.  Association between patient centered medical home features and satisfaction with family medicine residency training in the U.S. Fam Med 2016;48(10):784-794.
  13. Carney PA, Jacob-Files E, Rosenkranz SJ, Cohen DJ, Green LA, Jones S, Fogarty CT, Waller E, Eiff MP. Perceptions of becoming personal physicians within a patient-centered medical home. J Health Edu Res Dev 2016;4(3):179-184.
  14. Eiff MP, Green LA, Jones G, Devlaeminck AV, Waller E, Dexter E, Marino M, Carney PA. Varied rates of implementation of patient centered medical home features and residents’ perceptions of their importance based on practice experience. Fam Med 2017;49(3):183-92.
  15. Carney PA, Waller E, Dexter E, Marino M, Morton K, Green L, Fogarty CT, Jones S, Eiff MP.  Team training in family medicine residency programs and its impact on team-based practice post-graduation. Fam Med 2017; 49(5): 346-352.
  16. Eiff MP, Hollander-Rodriguez J, Skariah J, Young RA, Waller E, Dexter E, O’Neill TR, Peabody MR, Green LA, Carney PA. Scope of practice among recent family medicine residency graduates. Fam Med 2017;49(8):607-18.
  17. Waller E, Eiff MP, Dexter E, Garvin R, Douglass AB, Rinaldo JCB, Phillips R, Green LA, Marino M, Carney PA. Impact of residency training redesign on residents’ clinical knowledge. Fam Med (in press, Oct 2017).
Site-Specific Manuscripts
  1. Webb AR, Young RA, Casey DF, Baumer JG. Matching up with P4. Fam Med 2008;40:692.
  2. Crane S. The role of health information technology in creating networks of medical homes in rural North Carolina. NC Med J 2009;70(3):258-261.
  3. Ringdahl E, Kruse RL, Lindbloom EJ, Zweig SC. The University of Missouri Integrated Residency: evaluating a four-year curriculum. Fam Med 2009;41(7):476-80.
  4. Fogarty CT, Schultz S. Team huddles: the role of the primary care educator. Clin Teach 2010;7:157-60.
  5. Miller W, Cohen-Katz J. Creating collaborative learning environments for transforming primary care practices now. Fam Sys Health 2010;28(4):334-347.
  6. Baglia J, Foster E, Dostal J, Keister D, Biery N, Larson D. Generating developmentally appropriate competency assessment at a family medicine residency. Fam Med 2011;43:90-8.
  7. LoPresti L, Young R, Douglass A. Learner-directed intentional diversification: the experience of three (P4) programs. Fam Med 2011;43:114-6.
  8. Douglass AB, Rosener SF, Stehney MA. Implementation and preliminary outcomes of the nation’s first comprehensive four year residency in family medicine. Fam Med 2011;43(7):510-3.
  9. Jones G, Lima E. The effects of residency practice re-design on providers and staff. Fam Med 2011;43(7):522-5.
  10. Dysinger W, Foster T, King V. Incorporating population medicine into primary care residency training. Fam Med 2011;43(7):480-6.
  11. Mazzone M, Krasovich S, Fay D, Ginn P, Lopresti L, Nelson K. Implementing radical curriculum change in a family medicine residency: the Majors and Masteries Program. Fam Med 2011;43(7):514-21.
  12. Lurie S, Schultz S, Lamanna G. Assessing teamwork: a reliable 5 question survey. Fam Med 2011;43(10):731-4.
  13. Erlich DR, Shaughnessy AF. Sleeping at home: A new model for a hospital teaching service. J Grad Med Ed 2011; 3(2):243-245.
  14. Crane, SD. Reinventing the rural health center; high tech, high touch, low-overhead. NC Med J 2011;72(3):212-215.
  15. Crane S, Collins L, Hall J, Rochester D, Patch S. Reducing utilization by uninsured frequent users of the emergency department: combining case management and drop-in group medical appointments. J Am Board Fam Med 2012;25:184–191.
  16. Shaughnessy AF, Gupta PS, Erlich DR, Slawson DC. Ability of an information mastery curriculum to improve residents’ skills and attitudes. Fam Med 2012;44(4):259-64.
  17. Keister DM, Larson D, Dostal J, Baglia J. The Radar Graph: the development of an educational tool to demonstrate resident competency. J Grad Med Educ 2012;4(2):220-226.
  18. Foster E, Biery N, Dostal J, Larson D. RAFT (Resident Assessment Facilitation Team): Supporting resident wellbeing through an integrated advising and assessment process. Fam Med 2012;44(10):731-4.
  19. Shaughnessy AF, Sparks J, Cohen-Osher M, Goodell KH, Sawin GL, Gravel J. Entrustable Professional Activities in Family Medicine. J Grad Med Educ 2013;5(1):112-118.
  20. Lindbloom EJ, Ringdahl E. Resident duty hour changes: impact in the patient-centered medical home. Fam Med 2014;46(6):463-466.
  21. Keister DM, Hansen SE, Dostal J. Teaching resident self-assessment through triangulation of faculty and patient feedback. Teach Learn Med. 2017 Jan-Mar;29(1):25-30.
  22. Young RA, Casey D, Singer D, Waller E, Carney PA. Early career outcomes of family medicine residency graduates exposed to innovative flexible longitudinal tracks. Fam Med. 2017;49(5):353-60.