The Institute holds Tenth Annual Research and Innovation Symposium
The Institute held its tenth annual Research and Innovation Symposium on May 25, 2022 at the New York Academy of Medicine. This event allows Institute staff of various disciplines to share innovative research and quality improvement projects with colleagues, the community and Institute partners.
Awards were given to projects in four different categories—Research, Continuous Project Improvement, Innovative Projects, and Resident-led.
First place winners in each category were:
- Research: “Recent Telehealth Utilization at a Large FQHC System: Evidence of Disparities even within Telehealth Modalities,” authored by Ellerie Weber, PhD; Sarah J. Miller, PsyD; Nandini Shroff, MPH; Matt Beyrouty, MPA; and Neil Calman, MD.
- Continuous Project Improvement: “Improving Hepatitis B Vaccination Within the First 24 Hours of Life,” by authors Joe Debrah, MD; Anita Igbokwe, MD; Kyla Gaye Pinnock, MD; Roschel Williams, MD; Aimee Smith, DO; and Robin Stevens, RN.
- Innovative Projects: “IFH Innovation and Integration of Acupuncture in Research Implementation,” authored by Donna Mah, DACM; Arya Nielsen, PhD; Matt Beyrouty, MPA; Phoebe Rosenheim; Estefhany Soto Cossio, MD; and Raymond Teets, MD.
- Resident-led: “Improving Hepatitis B Vaccination Within the First 24 Hours of Life,” by authors Joe Debrah, MD; Anita Igbokwe, MD; Kyla Gaye Pinnock, MD; Roschel Williams, MD; Aimee Smith, DO; and Robin Stevens, RN.
The Institute is proud to recognize and support the dedication and creativity of our staff, who constantly work to improve their services and develop new and better models of care for our patients and communities. We congratulate all of our staff who participated in the Research and Innovation Symposium.