2017 Undergraduate/Graduate/Medical Student Research Projects
|Needs Assessment Interviews and Educational Video Development for Pediatric Burn Patients|
|Protein Supplementation in Critically Ill Patients|
|Understanding the Trauma Patient Transfer Process at Harborview Medical Center|
|Pedestrian Safety Risks at University of Washington Medical Center|
|Pediatric Epidural Hematoma Evaluation and Determination of Clinical Care Plan|
|A Scoping Review of Traumatic Brain Injury Among American Indians/Alaska Natives|
|Impact of Gender on Responses to Workplace Violence in the Emergency Department|
|Overtriage to ICU for Renal Trauma Patients at Harborview Medical Center|
|Effects of Genetic Variation on Traumatic Brain Injury Outcomes Using Drosophila Melanogaster|
|Language Disparities in the Utilization of Preventive Health and Dental Services Among Washington Youth|
|Helping Individuals with Firearm Injuries: Assessing Dose and Fidelity for Critical Time Intervention|
|Patterns in Post-Discharge Venous Thromboembolism|
|Athletic Training and the Delivery of Mental Health Education|
|Effect of Patient Fever on Emergency Department Diagnosis of Sepsis|
|Validity Analysis of Behavioral Coding of Trauma Resuscitations|
|A Framework for Selecting Trauma Resuscitations for Trauma Doctor Evaluation|
|Does Helmet Legislation Decrease Bicycle Ridership?|
|Effect of School Services on Academic Performance After TBI|
|Crowding in the Emergency Department: Assessing Relationship with Worker-Directed Violence|
|Current Firearm Safety Practices Across Washington State|
|Piloting a Mobile Application for Wound Care Follow Up in the ED: A Feasibility Study|
In addition to poster talks with INSIGHT undergraduate, graduate and medical students, the INSIGHT Research Symposium also featured original public health campaigns created by the 2017 INSIGHT High School Program.
2017 INSIGHT Poster Winners
Every summer culminates with the INSIGHT Research Symposium, where interns present research posters on their projects for medical professionals and the public.
A panel of judges drawn from the University of Washington, Harborview Medical Center and Seattle Children’s Hospital evaluated INSIGHT projects based on the quality of each intern’s research, the visual format of their poster, their responses to questions and their interpretation of the data. In 2017, the posters were divided into two groups, and a winner was selected from each group.
Group A Winner: Lindsey Call, Amherst College
“Pediatric Epidural Hematoma Evaluation and Determination of Clinical Care Plan.”
Mentor: Mahmud Mossa-Basha, M.D., Department of Radiology.
Group B Winner: Shukri Salad, University of Washington
“Validity Analysis of Behavioral Coding of Trauma Resuscitations”
Mentor: Rosemarie Fernandez, M.D., Division of Emergency Medicine
INSIGHT MVP Award: Alec Sun, Cornell University
Selected by INSIGHT peers for outstanding engagement and assistance.