Lake Erie College Physician Assistant Program Publications

Publications, grants, presentations, and awards by Lake Erie College Physician Assistant Program faculty and students:

 2017

  • Kim H, Ghmire A, Smith H, Weber J, Friedman J, Tedesco J. Gold: On the Way to Becoming the Gold Standard in the Fight Against Cancer. Advance for PAs and NPs Journal. Planned 2017.

2016

  • Evans M, Podd K, Wosik S, Weber J. Indole-3-Carbinol: Are you discussing this supplement with patients who have cervical dysplasia? Advance for PAs and NPs Journal. January 2016.
  • Kramer S, Fenner J. Evaluation of Acute Neurologic Impairment. Presented at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center Nursing Conference, May 2016. Cleveland, OH.
  • Kramer S. Evaluation and Management of Acute Asthma and COPD. Presented at St. John Medical Center Emergency Residency Conference, November 2016. Westlake, OH.
  • Kramer S. Management of Chronic and Acute Hypertension. Presented at Ohio Association of Physician Assistants Annual Conference, October 2016. Columbus, OH.
  • Tria C, Hutchison J, Summers D, Kramer S, Knox C. American Academy of Physician Assistants Annual Challenge Bowl Quarterfinalist, May 2016. San Antonio, TX.
  • Tria C, Hutchison J, Summers D, Kramer S, Knox C. Cleveland Clinic Challenge Bowl Champion, June 2016. Cleveland, OH.
  • Rogula T, Saleh A, Aryaie A, Hoppe J. Bariatric Complication: Intussusception with Small Bowel Resection. Presented at American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress 2016, October 20, 2016. Washington, DC.

2015

  • Kramer S, Fenner J. Diabetic emergencies. Presented at Cleveland Emergency Medical Services, February 2015. Cleveland, OH.
  • Kramer S. Alert and Oriented to Drug induced Delirium. Presented at Ohio Association of Physician Assistants Annual Conference, October 2015. Columbus, OH.
  • Kramer S. Cardiovascular, Respiratory, and Infectious disease questions. In: PrepU PA, 2015. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer Health.
  • Kramer, S. Ohio Association of Physician Assistants Educator of the Year, 2015. Columbus, OH.
  • McCloskey J, Conwell M, Stupi J, Kramer S, Sample J. American Academy of Physician Assistants Challenge Bowl Quarterfinalist, May 2015. San Francisco, CA.
  • Kramer S, Sample J, Knox C, Weber J, Sharma P. Examsoft Higher Achievement Award, January 2015.
  • O’Toole Baker V, Cuzzola R, Knox C, et al. Teamwork education improves trauma team performance in undergraduate health professional students. J Educ Eval Health Prof, June 2015;12:36.

2014 and earlier

  • Cavanagh K., Gillespie C, Knox C. Student-centered Learning. Presented at the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Regional Symposium: Excellence and Innovation in Teaching and Learning: May 2007. Gannon University, Erie, PA.
  • Knox C, Selker, E. Acetaminophen and Children: Why have pediatric dosage guidelines changed, and what does it mean in practice? Advance for NP’s and PAs, December 2011, 2(12) 29-32.
  • Knox C. Macular Degeneration. Advance for Physician Assistants, September 2005, 13(9) 38-43.
  • Knox C. Recognition and Treatment of Childhood Depression. Advance for Physician Assistants, November 2007, 15(11-12) 35-39.
  • Knox C. Rosacea: A Review of a Common Disorder. The Internet Journal of Academic Physician Assistants. 2006. Volume 4 Number 2.
  • Knox, C. Funduscopic Examination Workshop. Presented at the Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants 30th Annual CME Conference: October 2005. Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Knox, C. Studies of a Novel Wound Healing Agent, Bismuth Subgallate/Borneal (SSWD) for Acute Wound Healing in the Human Forearm Biopsy Model. Poster presentation at Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants 30th Annual CME Conference, October, 2005.
  • Kramer S. Is it Advisable for Adult Americans in Good General Health to Take a Daily Multivitamin for Disease Prevention? Cleveland State University, 2008. Cleveland, OH.
  • Kramer S. Management of Warfarin Overanticoagulation, Cleveland State University, 2009. Cleveland, OH.
  • Serena T, Knox C, Shay K, et al. Studies of a Novel Wound Healing Agent, Bismuth Subgallate/Borneal (SSWD) for Acute Wound Healing in the Human Forearm Biopsy Model. Wounds, July 2005, 17(4).
  • Serena T, Parnell L, Knox C, et al. Bismuth Subgallate/ Borneal (Suile) is Superior to Bacitracin in the Human Forearm Biopsy Model for Acute Wound Healing. Advances in Skin and Wound Care. 2007; 20(9):485-492.