Kenzie A Cameron

  • 2108 Citations
19962020

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Research Interests

Dr. Cameron is a health services researcher who has a background in communication and health behavior theory, with a particular focus on health communication and social influence. Her interests include addressing racial and ethnic disparities, as well as using both quantitative and qualitative methods to increase individuals' use of preventive services such as adult vaccinations and cancer screenings.

Education/Academic qualification

MPH, Northwestern University

… → 2008

PhD, Michigan State University

… → 1998

Research interests

  • Colon / Rectal Cancer
  • Health Communications
  • Health Disparities
  • Health Literacy
  • Health Services Research
  • Infectious Diseases: Viral
  • Internal Medicine / General Medicine
  • Medical Education
  • Preventive Medicine
  • Primary Care
  • Public Health
  • Qualitative Research Methods

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Continuity with patients, preceptors, and peers improves primary care training: A randomized medical education trial

Henschen, B. L., Liss, D. T., Golden, B. P., Cameron, K. A., Bierman, J. A., Ryan, E., Gard, L. A., Neilson, E. G., Wayne, D. B. & Evans, D. B., Jan 1 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Academic Medicine. p. 425-434 10 p.

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  • Setting a Minimum Passing Standard for the Uncertainty Communication Checklist Through Patient and Physician Engagement

    Salzman, D. H., Rising, K. L., Cameron, K. A., Powell, R. E., Papanagnou, D., Doty, A., Piserchia, K., Latimer, L., McGaghie, W. C. & McCarthy, D. M., Feb 1 2020, In : Journal of graduate medical education. 12, 1, p. 58-65 8 p.

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  • 1 Scopus citations
  • Simulation-based mastery learning compared to standard education for discussing diagnostic uncertainty with patients in the emergency department: A randomized controlled trial

    McCarthy, D. M., Powell, R. E., Cameron, K. A., Salzman, D. H., Papanagnou, D., Doty, A. M. B., Leiby, B. E., Piserchia, K., Klein, M. R., Zhang, X. C., McGaghie, W. C. & Rising, K. L., Feb 19 2020, In : BMC medical education. 20, 1, 49.

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    Open Access