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  1. e-Health - Promoting Health and Wellness at FAMU Presented by Zandra M. Glenn, Pharm D Principal Investigator

  2. Personnel • Dr. Zandra M. Glenn, Principal Investigator • Dr. Selika Sampson, Health Coordinator • Ms. Pauline Hicks, Senior Trainer • Dr. Otis Kirksey, Drug Information Specialist

  3. Primary Goal #1 • Increase the awareness and accessibility of NLM’s online health and medical resources to the medical community, FAMU COPPS faculty, staff and students.

  4. Primary Goal #2 • Train Nims Middle School students to use and navigate the NLM databases and gain knowledge on topics that could change their lives and result in healthier decision-making.

  5. Primary Goal #3 • Train Bond Community Health Center clinical staff and patients to use and navigate the NLM databases and gain knowledge on topics that could change their lives and result in healthier decision-making.

  6. Kick-off Training Event • October 20, 2003 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. • Thirty-three (33) participants • Included: local school and public librarians, BCHC staff, LCHD staff, FAMU personnel and students • Hosted Press Conference

  7. Press Release • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: • NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE AWARDS GRANT TO HELP EDUCATE BOND COMMUNITY ON HEALTH ISSUES • Project gives medically underserved access to health information • WHAT: The Florida A&M University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, the Science Research Center Library, Bond Community Health Center and Nims Middle School will announce a grant received from the National Library of Medicine to fund a project to provide access to medical information for medically underserved residents of Tallahassee. • WHO: Commissioner Cliff Thaell, Leon County Dr. Henry Lewis, III, Dean FAMU COPPS Albert Hannon, National Library of Medicine Bill Montford, superintendent, Leon County Schools Also available for interviews: Dr. Fred Gainous, president, Florida A&M University Pamela Hayman, principal, Nims Middle School Dr. Zandra Glenn, director, FAMU Health Department Pharmacy • WHEN: Monday, October 20, 200311:30 a.m. • WHERE: The new FAMU Pharmacy building on FAMU campus. The building is on Pershing Street between Martin Luther King Blvd. and Bronough St.

  8. Customized Training Modules for Target Populations • Nims Middle School Students • FAMU Drug Information Students • FAMU COPPS Faculty and Staff • Bond Community Health Center Staff

  9. Training Dates February 2-3, 2004 March 31- April 1, 2004 Seventy (70) Seventh Grade Science Students divided into two groups Discussed Health Disparities in African American the Community and introduced MEDLINEplus Conducted e-Health Poster Contest Purchased a fully loaded computer for student access in Media Center Nims Middle School Student Training

  10. Poster Contest • Voluntary participation • Poster Boards provided for students • Topics Limited to: Nutrition, Exercise, Obesity, Complications of Obesity • MEDLINEplus only resource • Judging Dates • April 16, 2004 (8 participants) • May 5, 2004 (10 participants)

  11. E-HEALTH GUIDELINES 1. Use the project boards provided for you. 2. First choose a specific topic from the following categories: • Nutrition • Exercise • Obesity • Complications of Obesity 3. Navigate (search, surf) ONLY for all of your data (information) for your poster. Please show your exact references from the site using a modified bibliography. For example, topics/interactive tutorial/exercising for a healthy heart. This will explain to anyone who views your poster how to get the information on his own search. Use this method for all data retrieved. 4. We will award 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th place with prizes. We will honor all participants with a special “fun activity.” Posters will be displayed at the Bond Community Health Center. 5. Each participant will be judged on the following categories for a maximum of 25 points for each category: Creativity,Application to daily life, Craftsmanship, and References to

  12. POSTER # ________ of 100 points CREATIVITY ____ of 25 points ____/05 Catchy topic related to Nutrition, Exercise, Obesity, or the Complications of Obesity ____/10 Oral interpretation of information retrieved (Is the student excited about the information?) ____/10 Visual interpretation of information retrieved is displayed in the student’s own words and not taken directly from the website APPLICATION TO DAILY LIFE ____ of 25 points ____/05 The student’s life has been impacted by the information presented (positive change in attitude) ____/10 The presentation is applicable to daily life ____/10 The lay public (peers, adults & elderly) will understand the poster without the student present CRAFTSMANSHIP ____ of 25 points ____/05 Overall appearance shows the care and time the student dedicated to the project ____/10 The presentation is easy to follow (chronological order) ____/05 The font or penmanship is visible from at least 1 foot and is neat ____/05 The method of adhesion is not visible (tape is neatly folded, glue is not visible, etc.) REFERENCES _____ of 25 points ____/05 Located on the front of the board ____/10 Easy to re-apply (i.e.…) ____/10 The student used or its resources only

  13. Awards May 18, 2004 • Two 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place awardees (one from each group) • 1st place $300 • 2nd place $75 Savings Bond & polo shirt • 3rd place $50 Savings Bond & roll of quarters • 4th place $50 Savings Bond

  14. Community Sponsors • Smith-Kline Beecham – Kick-off lunch • BristolMyers Squibb – Kick-off lunch • Schering – “give aways” • AmSouth Bank - $270/ Savings Bonds • Capital City Bank - $100/ Saving Bonds • Tallahassee Regional Airport – polo shirts • WalMart Stores Inc. – Gift Certificate • Fun Station – Gift Tokens

  15. FAMU COPPS Drug Information Class Training • Training Date: February 9, 2004 • Two hour training session • Forty-six (46) third professional year students trained (approximately 1/2 of total class enrollment) • NLM databases incorporated into the syllabus of the Drug Information Class • Students trained on: • PubMed • MEDLINEplus • • HIV/AIDS info • HSDB (Hazardous Substance Data Bank)

  16. Training Agenda Florida A & M University College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Drug Information Spring 2004 Course 11:00Introductions and Purpose 11:05 MEDLINEplus CD-Rom 11:10 MEDLINE/PubMed Hands-on Practice 11:40 MEDLINEplus Hands-on Practice 11:50 Clinical Hands-on Practice 12:10 HIV/AIDS Information Hands-on Practice 12:30 Hazardous Substances Data Bank (HSDB) Hands-on Practice 12:45 Question and Answer 12:55 Evaluations 1:00 Dismissal

  17. Faculty Participation • Coordinator for Drug Information Course: Dr. Otis Kirksey • Co-instructor: Dr. Patty Ghazvini • Responsibilities: • Incorporate NLM databases into Drug Information Syllabus (PubMed preexisting) • Evaluate student progress via classroom examinations

  18. FAMU COPPS Faculty and Staff Training • Training conducted during a scheduled faculty meeting • Training Date: May 11, 2004 • Two hour training session • Thirty-four (34) faculty and staff members trained • Faculty trained on: • PubMed • MEDLINEplus • • HIV/AIDS info • HSDB (Hazardous Substance Data Bank)

  19. BCHC Clinical Staff Training • Scheduled for July 7, 2004 • Agenda: • PubMed • MEDLINEplus • • HIV/AIDS info • HSDB (Hazardous Substance Data Bank)

  20. BCHC Patient Training • Purchased a fully loaded computer for patient access • Computer configured to access NLM databases only • Free patient access to computer in BCHC waiting room

  21. Research Question • Did the orientation and utilization of the NLM databases enhance pharmacy student research skills during clinical rotations?

  22. Clinical Rotation Responsibilities • Journal Club Reviews • Drug Information Questions • Grand Rounds • Research Projects - American Society of Health-Systems Pharmacists (ASHP) presentations - Florida Pharmacy Association (FPA) presentations • Community Health Fairs and Patient Educational posters

  23. Study Design • Test subjects: 108 3rd prof. year pharmacy students • Control group: 62 students did not receive NLM training • Test group: 46 students received NLM training during Drug Information course.

  24. Outcome Measurements • Students will be surveyed at the conclusion of clinical rotations (prior to graduation) • Measurements: Level of difficulty in finding- - full text articles - consumer information - clinical trial information - sources used for HIV/AIDS consultations

  25. During “final week” prior to graduation, remaining 62 pharmacy students will be trained

  26. Benefits • Impact on lives of Nims Students • “I don’t want to be fat when I get old.” • “I want to be like Barry Bonds and he eats healthy.” • “I don’t want diabetes like my grandmother. They had to cut off her leg.” • “It’s not fair that black people get more sick.” • “I can help my mom with her medication.” • “Hey, what’s an adverse reaction?” • “This is cool!”

  27. Benefits • Impact on FAMU COPPS faculty/staff • “I already use MEDLINEplus in my class, but I didn’t know about all of this.” • “Can you teach a segment of my Research Course (Public Health graduate students) this summer, they can really benefit from this.” • “I teach Drug Information and didn’t know all of this was available.”

  28. Benefits • Impact on pharmacy students • “Now I know how to find a full text article.” • “This is good for explaining things to patients.” • “Do they really do clinical trials in Tallahassee?” • “Everyone can benefit from AIDSinfo… from patients to clinicians.”

  29. Benefits • Impact on patients of the BCHC • This is yet to be determined. Patients are hungry for health information and we anticipate a high level of enthusiasm for the project.

  30. Hind Sight • Don’t try to reach everyone this time • Plan to do project in phases • Utilize committed public librarians to assist with training • Be realistic about the elasticity of $20,000

  31. The Future • Possible Sources of future funding • National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) • Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) • National Science Foundation (NSF) • Howard Hughes Foundation