Education & Training
University of Missouri School of Medicine
- University of Missouri School of Medicine GME
Post Graduate School
Master of Science in Public Health, University of Missouri
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In the News
- The effect of electronic health record usability redesign on annual screening rates in an ambulatory setting.
Appl Clin Inform. 2020;11(4):580-588.
Pierce RP, Eskridge BR, Rehard L, Ross B, Day MA, Belden JL.
- Improving warfarin safety for hospitalized patients.
Am J Med Qual. 2019;34(4):415.
Day MA, Malone MS, Mandhadi V, Mosa ASM, Koopman RJ.
- EMR Happy Hour: New Approach to Electronic Medical Record Continuous Learning.
Ann Fam Med. 2019;17(4):373.
Day MA, Belden JL.
- Does tailoring asthma management based on sputum eosinophil counts improve outcomes?
Evidence-Based Practice. 2019;22(10):23-25.
Shuler BH, Day M.
- Improving Warfarin Safety for Hospitalized Patients.
Letter to the Editor. American Journal of Medical Quality 2019, Vol. 34(4) 415.
Day, M, Malone, M, Mandhadi, V, Mosa, A, Koopman, R.
- What is the efficacy and safety of immediate postpartum initiative of long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) versus waiting until 6 weeks postpartum?
Evidence-Based Practice. 2018;21(5):10.
Day M, Bruck M.
- Alpha-lipoic acid for treatment of diabetic peripheral neuropathy.
American Family Physician. 2016;93(9):786.
Bartkoski S, Day M.
- Does use of compression stockings after deep vein thrombosis (DVT) improve outcomes?
Evidence-Based Practice. 2016;19(3):12.
Hirner J, Day M.
- “Go low” or say “No” to aggressive systolic BP goals?
Journal of Family Practice. 2016;65(5):342-344.
Day M, Stevermer JJ.
- Improving transitions of care for hospitalized patients on warfarin.
Joint Commission Journal on Quality & Patient Safety. 2016;42(9):425-431.
Day M, Malone M, Burkeybile A, Deane K.