Resident presentations wow at Resident Research Day

Tags: residency, Education, research, anna drewry, brenda niu, kathleen ireland, sierra jansen, Mary Kao, Kali Rivas

On March 5, 2020, residents in the 2020 graduating class presented results from their long-term research projects at Resident Research Day.

The day kicked off with the inspiring keynote presentation “What’s My Impact?” by Amy Young, MD, of the UT Austin Dell Medical School, followed by resident research:

Patient perceptions, opinions and satisfaction: survey results for remote blood pressure monitoring in the postpartum period” – presented by Anna Drewry, MD

Cost-effectiveness of Telehealth with Remote Monitoring for Postpartum Hypertension” – presented by Brenda Niu, MD

“Cardiovascular Risk Counseling with Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy” – presented by Kathleen Ireland, MD

“The Impact of Fecal Incontinence on Urinary Tract Infections: A Retrospective Chart Review” – presented by Sierra Jansen, MD

“Patient-reported barriers to vibrating vaginal wand therapy post-radiation: A prospective study” – presented by Mary Kao, MD

(Family) Planning for the Future: A Survey of LARC and Abortion Training for Ob/Gyn and Family Medicine Residents in Wisconsin” – presented by Kali Rivas, MD

Congratulations to all!