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Tag Archives: health information technology
On February 12, 2015, Center Assistant Professor Dr. Karen Kelly-Blake presented a poster, “African-American Patients’ Perception of Health Information Technology Use in their Doctor’s Office: A Qualitative Analysis of Telephone Interviews,” at the 2015 Conference for the National Association of African American … Continue reading
Center Research Associate Karen Kelly-Blake, PhD, won best poster presentation for practitioner/faculty/teacher at the 37th Annual Michigan Family Medicine Research Day Conference on May 22, 2014 in Howell, MI. Dr. Kelly-Blake presented the poster “African American patient’s perception of health information technology … Continue reading