About Therese M. Zink
Therese Zink has extensive expertise in the areas of family violence, sexual assault, women’s health, rural health care delivery and education, international health, medical professionalism and creative writing. She has conducted research on better care in the medical office for families living with violence and examined the costs of transforming medical practices and how to implement guidelines for chronic kidney disease.
Qualitative Differences Between Traditional and Rural-Longitudinal Medical Student OSCE Performance
Family Medicine (2010)
Background and Objectives: To ensure adequate observation, supervision, and mentoring of trainees, long-term preceptorships or apprenticeships are being reestablished in ...
Systematic Review of Health Information Exchange in Primary Care Practices
Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine (2010)
Background: Unprecedented federal interest and funding are focused on secure, standardized, electronic transfer of health information among health care organizations, ...
Comparison of Methods for Identifying Ano-Genital Injury After Consensual Intercourse
Journal of Emergency Medicine (2010)
Background: Microtrauma occurs after consensual intercourse. Understanding the injury pattern from consensual intercourse may enlighten our understanding of the ano-genital ...