Peer Reviewed Publications

  1. Weppner, W., Fisher, A., Hagman, M., Inouye, L., King, I., Smith, C., Wilper, A., & Knight, C. (2017)Taking SGIM’s “teaching educators across the continuum of healthcare” on the road – a local, interprofessional faculty development innovation, Journal of Graduate medical Education, 9, 378-379.
  2. King, I., Strewler, A., Wipf, J., Singh, M., Painter, E., Shunk, R., Brienza, R., Tivis, R., Weppner, W., Davison, M., Willis, J., Gordon, T., Smith, C. (2017). Translating innovation: Exploring Dissemination of a unique case conference. Journal of Interprofessional Education and Practice, 6, 55-60.
  3. Smith, C., Fisher, A., King, .I., Victorine, D., Brotman, A., Lowther, D., Hedt, J., Smith, D., Speroff, E., & Tivis, R. (2017). Creation and initial validation of a 360o Interprofessional Clinic Assessment Tool (IP-CAT) for pre- and post-licensure trainees. Journal of Interprofessional Education and Practice.
  4. Smith, C., King, I., Fisher, A., Weppner, W., & Gerrish, W. (2017). The foundations of interprofessional curriculum. Finding the right epistemology and learning theory for the task. MedEdPublish. doi: https://doi.org.10.15694/mep.2017.000127
  5. Buu J, Fisher A, Mason B, Weppner WG, Impact of Patient Aligned Care Team interprofessional care updates on metabolic parameters in patients at a Veterans Affairs academic clinic. Federal Practitioner; in press (confirmed February 2016 issue)
  6. Weppner WG, Davis K, Fisher A, Lowther D, Brotman A, Tivis R, Gordon T, Smith CS PACT ICU – Interprofessional Care Conferences for High Risk Primary Care Patients: Effects on Trainee Knowledge and Referral Pattern. Academic Medicine; in press (Accepted Sept 2015)
  7. Smith CS, et al., Professional Equipoise. Getting beyond dominant discourse in an interprofessional team. J Interprofessional Care (2015);29(6):603-609. DOI: 10.3109/13561820.2015.1051216
  8. Smith CS, et.al. Diagnostic Reasoning Across the Medical Education Spectrum. Healthcare (2014), 2;253-271; doi:10.3390/healthcare2030253.
  9. Christopher AS, Smith CS, Tivis R, Wilper AP. Trends in United States Physician Work Hours and Career Satisfaction. Am J Med (2014).127(7);674-680.
  10. Willis JV, Bernotski J. Team Based Care in a Patient Centered Medical Home. RN Idaho, August-October 2013, pgs 5-6.
  11. Wilper AP, Smith CS, Weppner WG. Instituting systems-based practice and practice based learning and improvement: A curriculum of inquiry. Med Ed Online (2013). http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/meo.v18i0.21612
  12. Bitton A, Pereira AG, Smith CS, Babbott SF, Bowen JL. The EFECT Framework for inter-professional education in the patient centered medical home. Health Care (2013). 1:63-68.
  13. Wilper AP, Weppner WG, Smith CS. Instituting systems-based practice and practice-based learning and improvement: a curriculum of inquiry. Medical Education Online 2013; 18:21612.
  14. Smith, CS, Morris M, Francovich C, Tivis, RD, Bush R, Sanders SS, Graham J, Niven A, Kai M, Knight C, Hardman J, Caverzagie K, Lobst W, Pacific Northwest Consortium for Outcomes in Residency Education (2013). A multisite, multistakeholder validation of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education competencies. Academic medicine : Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, 88(7), 997–1001.
  15. Hayes J, Smith CS, Nash M, Gardner A, Gilman S. VA Boise Center of Excellence in Primary Care Education. Case Study for the Macy Foundation Conference “Transforming Patient Care: Aligning Interprofessional Education with Clinical Practice Redesign. Atlanta, GA. Jan 17-20, 2013