Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) is addressing the burdens of chronic maladies in South Carolina, and ultimately other states in the southeast, through the implementation of SE VIEW. Sabra C. Slaughter, PhD is the Principal Investigator.
Rural residents can't always come to us, so we're taking healthcare to them.
SE VIEW Programs: SE VIEW Administrative Core (SEVAC): •Jennifer Friday, PhD (Evaluation Consultant) •Thomas A Gordon, PhD (Stategic Planning Consultant) •Sabra C. Slaughter, PhD (Principal Investigator) •Peggy Schachte, MBA (SE VIEW Consultant) •Garcia Williams (Marketing Consultant) •Tracey W. Smith, MHA (Program Manager) •Bart Yancey, MPA (Business Manager) Telemedicine Projects: •Stroke and Stroke Risk Initiative: Robert Adams, MD •SC Tele-Support: Diabetes Management Initiative: Leonard Egede, MD •Tele-Critical Care Program to Reduce Rural Health Disparities (CREST): Dee Ford, MD •Telemedicine in the Evaluation of Alzheimer’s Disease in a Rural, African American Population: Jacobo Mintzer, MD •Providing a Medical Home for Children in Williamsburg Cnty via Telemedicine: James T. McElligott, MD Broad-Based Community Programs: •Community Engaged Scholars: Carolyn Jenkins •Health Empowerment Zone: Deborah Williamson, DHA •Promoting Good Health In Williamsburg County Across The Lifespan: Brent Egan, MD •Mobile Outreach Van, Educational, and Navigational Health Services for Underserved Populations (MOVENUP): Marvella Ford, PhD •MUSC Public Information and Community Outreach (PICO) Initiative and the Community Institutes for Traditional and Nontraditional Leaders (CLI): David Rivers, PhD •Evaluating a Media Strategy - CGHI: Marvella Ford, PhD •CBPR to Improve Oral Health: Renata S. Leite, DDS •STEER Away From Alcohol and Drugs: Deborah Deas, MD •Patient Health Risk Assessment & Health Education w/Computer Kiosks: Arch G. Mainous, PhD Pediatric Cohort: •Preventive Cardiology Research Center: Melissa Henshaw, MD •The Lean Team Initiative: Janice Key, MD •Junior Doctors of Health: Scotty Buff, PhD
Mission: SE VIEW's mission is to address the burdens of chronic diseases in South Carolina through the implementation of a series of community-based research and service outreach programs.
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