Colleen J Kalynych

Adjunct • Ph.D

Public Health • Brooks College of Health

Areas of Expertise

Education


Bachelor of Science in Health, December 1987
San Diego State University, San Diego, California

 

Master’s of Science in Health: Community Health, 2001
University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida

 

Doctorate
Education and Educational Leadership, April 2010

University of North Florida
 


Former Certified International Childbirth Educator (ICCE)


International Childbirth Education Association, 1992-2000

Biography

Director of Research and Education Development
University of Florida Health Science Center/Jacksonville
Department of Emergency Medicine
June 2006-Present

 

Community Initiatives Director
University of Florida Department of Pediatrics/Jacksonville
Duval County Health Department: Institute for Health, Policy and Evaluation Research
June 2003-June 2006

 

Assistant Director
Northeast Florida Area Health Education Center
1996-2003

 

Senior Adjunct Faculty
University of North Florida
Brooks College of Health
 

2001-present

Courses Taught:
Evaluation of Health Programs, Community Service Internship Program, Medical Terminology, Personal Health Trends, Alternative Healing (Complimentary& Alternative Medicine)
 

 

 

Program Director, K.I.D.S. Project, Family Resources, Inc., Beaufort, South Carolina, 1993-1996

 

Accreditation Coordinator, Family Resources, Inc., Beaufort, South Carolina, 1996

 

Certified Childbirth Education Instructor, Alvarado Hospital, San Diego, California,

1992-1993

 

Health Promotion Program Manager, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
Charleston, South Carolina, 1989-1991

 

Assistant Coordinator, Prenatal Program, Planned Parenthood, El Cajon, California, 1987

Awards

Distinguished Emergency Medicine Faculty Award 2010 

 

Educator of the Year 2004
Clinical/Medical Health Education
FAHPERD

 

National AHEC Center Directors Association for Excellence in Health Professions Student Training 2001

 

University of Florida Family Practice Residency Program

Exceptional Dedication to the Education and Training of Medical Students 1999

Affiliations

Society of Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) 2009-present
 

National Council of University Research Administrators (NCURA)
2008-present


American Public Health Association 2001-present
 

Florida Public Health Association 2001-present

 

Council of Residency Directors: Emergency Medicine (CORD)
 

Grants and Contracts Awarded

United Way: KIDS Project, Beaufort, South Carolina
Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Program targeting high-risk youth
Developed the program, timelines and project plan, completed the grant application, provided grant management, reports, and program implementation
$100,000/ 3 years



March of Dimes: KIDS Project, Beaufort, South Carolina
Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Program targeting high-risk youth
Developed the program, timelines and project plan, completed the grant application, provided grant management, reports, and program implementation
$30,000/ 1 year



Federal HRSA SRANS Grant and Florida Title V Grant: Abstinence Only Education, Baker County Health Department
Developed the program and work plan, completed the grant application with Baker County Health Department Director, Kerry Dunlavey, developed the evaluation plan for the grant and served as an evaluator of the program
$300,000.00/ 5 years

 

University of Florida Jacksonville, Dean’s Research Fund
Childhood Obesity Prevalence and Physician Training Program, January 2004
Developed the research protocol and IRB, budget, and served as the administrator of the grant dollars
$3,000/1 year

 

American Academy of Pediatrics- CATCH Implementation Grant
Childhood Obesity Screening and Educational Program, October 2004 Co-PI $5,000/1year



American Academy of Pediatrics- Research Grant, January 2004
Prevalence of Pediatric Asthma and Outpatient Follow-up
Co-PI $3,000/2 years

 

American Academy of Pediatrics-CATCH Planning Grant
Breastfeeding Research, March 2005
Co-PI $5,000/2years

 

UF Deans Research Grant- Breastfeeding Barriers Among African American Women March 2005
Co-PI $3,000/1year



Aetna Foundation 2006 Regional Community Health Grant
Improving Oral Health of Duval County (FL) Children
Grow a Healthy Smile
Co-PI $50,000/2 years

 

Impact of an Immunization Registry Program on Children Aged 6-24 months who present to the ED with Fever Without a Source
Investigator: $4,635 PI: Zeretzsky
UF Dean’s Grant 2007

 

Pupillary Response to Light is Preserved in Patients Undergoing Pharmacologic Neuromuscular Blockade for Rapid Sequence Intubation
Investigator: $4,360 PI: Andescavage
UF Dean’s Grant 2007

 

Emergency Medicine Attrition and the Application of Margin
PI on the research and grant, developed the Protocol, IRB, budget, reports and implementation of the study

PI: Kalynych $10,000/2 years
UF Deans Grant 2007

 

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Coordinator
Reducing Risk by Engineering Resilience into Health Information Technology for Emergency Medicine
September 2008-ongoing
$900,000.00PI: Robert L. Wears



Perception of Simulation as an Educational Modality for Teaching Pediatric Emergency Medicine to Emergency Medicine Residents
Investigator $6,681.00 PI: Wylie
UF Dean’s Grant 2008



Incidence and Recognition of Elevated Blood Pressure in the Pediatric Emergency Department
Investigator: $4,800 PI: Ricke
UF Dean’s Grant 


 

Ultrasound Guided Intra-articular Anesthesia In Anterior Shoulder Dislocations
Investigator: $3,200 PI: Lissoway UF Dean’s Grant 2009
Radiation Exposure in the Emergency Department
Investigator: $3,950 PI: Mark Laperouse
UF Dean’s Grant 2009

 

A Comparison of AnaVip and Cro-Fab in the Treatment of Patients with Crotalinae (Pit Viper) Envenomation: A Randomized, Prospective, Blinded, Controlled, Comparative, Multi-Center Study Co-PI $34,000/on-going PI: Sollee
2007-ongoing:

 

Multi-center, randomized intervention to compare the effects of 2 dietary programs on cardiometabolic risk factors in subjects with metabolic syndrome. 2007-2009
Investigator $254,000 PI: McIntosh 

 

Florida Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriter’s Association: Pediatric Emergency Care Safety Initiative,
Investigator $451,704 PI: Luten 2009-2011

 

Area Health Education Center Tobacco Cessation
Implement Smoke-free hospital, teach smoking cessation principles to health professions students (n=900), and complete a study in regard to Third-hand Smoke

Investigator $90,000 PI: McIntosh 2007-2010



National Institute of Health Awarded to University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Sub-contract to UF/jax EM Applying Biopsychosocial Model to Post-MVC Pain Development in African Americans 2010
Investigator $6,000 PI: Hendry

 

National Institute of Health Awarded to University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 2010 Sub-contract: UF/jax EM Genetic Predictors of Acute and Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain After MVC. Role: Research Director/Coordinator and Investigator onsite fiscal management. 2010-ongoing
Investigator $60,000 PI: Hendry



A prospective, single-centre study to evaluate the use of LiquiBand™ skin adhesive in the closure of scalp wounds.
Investigator: $26,700 PI: Hendry 2010-2011
 

Quantitative Capnometry: the next vital sign?
Investigator: $4,800 PI: Williams

UF Dean’s Grant 2010

 

Ultrasound Evaluation of Cranial and Long Bone Fractures in Cadaver Models
Investigator: $5,000 PI: Simon
UF Dean’s Grant 2010

 

Third-hand Smoke Education and its Impact on Parents who Smoke and Present to the Pediatric Emergency Department with their Children.

Investigator PI: Patel $3,000 AHEC grant

 

National Institute of Health- National Heart, Lung, Blood Institute System dynamics modeling of emergency department and hospital crowding.
Grant Management $365,141 PI: Wears, RL 2010

 

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Medicalizing Patient Safety: Exploring barriers to and enablers of social change in health care: Lessons from the patient safety movement.

Grant Management $334,605 PI: Wears
 

 

National Institute of Health Awarded to University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Outcome of elderly patients treated in the emergency department after motor vehicle accidents. 
Investigator: $6,000 pilot study

 

Human Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
Faculty Development and Fellowship in Community and Societal Pediatrics (2011-2013)
Development of Education/Learning Curriculum

$912,000

 

End Tidal Carbon Dioxide Measurements as a Predictor of Severity of Illness
Investigator $10,000

 

The Relationship of ETCO2 to SVO2 and Lactate During Early Goal Directed Therapy for the Treatment of Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock
Investigator $10,000

 

Contribution of Ethanol to the Serum Osmol Gap
Investigator $10,400

 

 

 

APPLICATIONS NOT FUNDED:

 

 

Developed Concept Paper Application for Bellsouth Foundation
Website Development: Childhood Obesity Prevention

$30,000

 

Developed program plan, completed the application, budget, and evaluation plan for an American Dental Association: Grow a Healthy Smile grant
$50,000

 

Developed program plan, completed the application, budget, and evaluation plan for an Jaguars Foundation: Grow a Healthy Smile
$90,000

 

Co-authored the Letter of Intent for the Arthur Vining Foundation: Simulation Education 
$200,000

 

Co-Investigator
EMSC-Targeted Issues Grant
Language Barriers in the Pediatric Emergency Care System
“Do you Speak Safety?”

$865,820.06 over 3 years
 

Publications & Presentations

Feleke, R., Luten, R., Kalynych, C., Wears, R. Color Coded Medication Safety System Reduces Community Pediatric Emergency Nursing Medication Errors. Journal of Patient Safety 2009.

 

Advancing the Treatment and stabilization of dental trauma by the Emergency Medicine Physician utilizing “Just-In-Time” Training, M. McIntosh, J. Konzelmann, J, Smith, C. Kalynych, H. Schneider, A. Kominski, M. Joseph, R. Wears. Annals of Emergency Medicine, October 2009



Ref.: Ms. No. JOT-2010-16180R1. Solomon, B., Hendry, P., Taylor, P., Tepas, JJ.
Do Perceptions of Effective Distractive Driving Public Service Announcements (PSAs) Differ Between Adults and Teens? The Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infection and Critical Care

 

The application of margin in life theory in regard to attrition and remediation among emergency medicine residents. Kalynych, C. UMI Dissertation: DAI-A 71/05, Nov 2010 3407421

 

McIntosh M, Westenbarger R, Kalynych CJ, Wylie T. Use of just-in-time training to teach EM physicians new stabilization techniques for dental avulsions and fractures. Innovations in Emergency Medicine Education, Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2010 17(5) Abstract

 

Ricke, T., Hendry, P.L., Kalynych, C., et al., Incidence and Recognition of Elevated Triage Blood Pressure in the Pediatric Emergency Department. Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2010 17(5) Abstract

 

Zeretzke C, McIntosh M, Wylie T, Kalynych C. Impact of an immunization registry on fever with source in children aged 6-24 months who present to the Pediatric Emergency Department.
Academic Emergency Medicine, May 2010 17(5) Abstract

 

Ricke, T., Hendry, P.L., Kalynych, C., et al., Incidence and Recognition of Elevated Triage Blood Pressure in the Pediatric Emergency Department. Accepted October 2010. Pediatric Emergency Care

 

Caro, D., Andescavage, S., Akhlaghi, M. Kalynych, C., Wears, RL. Pupillary Response to Light is Preserved in Patients Undergoing Pharmacologic Neuromuscular Blockade for Rapid Sequence Intubation Annals of Emergency Medicine, 2011 January

 

McIntosh, M., Kalynych, C.., DeVos, E., Akhlaghi, M., Wylie, T. The Curriculum Development Process for an International Emergency Medicine Rotation. Teaching and Learning in Medicine

 

Jones JL, Barona J, Calle M, Lerman R, McIntosh M, Kalynych C, Vukich C, Volek JS, Fernandez ML. A Mediterranean-style low glycemic load diet decreases the risk for heart disease by decreasing atherogenic lipoproteins: addition of a medical food containing plant sterols and soy protein has a more favorable effect on LDL metabolism. Abstract FASEB J. 2010;24:938.8.

 

LaPia BJ, Jones J, Barona J, Calle M, Kim JE, McIntosh M, Kalynych C, Vukich C, Najm WI, Volek JS, Fernandez ML. Trunk fat and insulin resistance are postiively correlated with carbohydrate intake and glycemic index in subjects classified with the meatbolic syndrome. Abstract FASEB J. 2010;24?733.8.

 

Ackermann D, Jones J, Comperatore M, Volek JS, McIntosh M, Kalynych C, Vukich C, Lott M, & Fernandez ML. (2009). Correlation between dietary intake and parameters of the metabolic syndrome in women. Abstract FASEB J. 2009;23:550.8.

 

McIntosh M, Kalynych C, Vukich C, Lott M, Lerman RH. Racial differences in fasting lipids: low levels of triglycerides in overweight and obese non Hispanic black women. Abstract FASEB J. 2010;24:362.9.

 

McIntosh M, Kalynych CJ, Vukich C, Kumar V, Lott M, Lerman RH. Global improvement in multiple cardiovascular disease risk factors with a medical food containing soy, phytosterols, hops rho iso-alpha acids, and acacia proanthocyanidins and a Mediterranean-style low glycemic load diet in women with metabolic syndrome. Abstract FASEB J. 2010 24:219.7.

 

Ricke TL., Hendry, PL, Kalynych, CJ, Buzaianu, E., Kumar, V., Redfield, C. Incidence and Recognition of Elevated Triage Blood Pressure in the Pediatric Emergency Department. Pediatric Emergency Care 2011:27(10):922-927.

 

Patel, S., Hendry, PL, Kalynych, CK, et al
Third-hand Smoke Education and its Impact on Parents who Smoke and Present to the Pediatric Emergency Department with their Children. Int J Disabil Hum Dev 2012;11(4):00-00

 

 

INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL, STATE, REGIONAL & LOCAL PRESENTATIONS:

 

 American Federation of Medical Research-Southern Regional Meeting
Percentage of BMIs Being Recorded by Pediatricians in Two Inner-City Clinic and a Physician Training Program-Poster, New Orleans, LA, February 2005

 

American Academy of Pediatrics- Community Pediatrics Training Initiative
A Childhood Obesity Screening and Educational Program, Oral Presentation, March 2005

 

Association of Pediatric Program Directors Workshop Presentation, Using Community-Oriented Primary Care to Develop Resident Competence in System-Based Practice Washington, DC, May 2005

 

American Academy of Pediatrics: Regional CATCH Conference. Oral Presentation: Obesity Prevention Project/Study, Sand Destin, FL, September 2005

 

Pediatric Academic Society Meeting. Workshop Presentation, Utilization of Instructional Alignment for Resident Community-based Projects, San Francisco, CA May 2, 2006 

 

UF Research Day, Breastfeeding Barriers Among African American Women
University of Florida Department of Pediatrics/Jacksonville, May 12, 2006 Oral and Poster Presentations

 

UF Research Day, Prevalence of Traumatic and Atraumatic Dental Emergencies in the Pediatric Emergency Department,University of Florida May 12, 2006 Poster Presentation

 

Society of Academic Emergency Medicine: Southeastern Region
Flumazenil-Good Medicine in Suspected OD? Poster Presentation March 14-15, 2008

 

Presenting: UF Faculty Development Series, Introduction to Transformational Leadership
University of Florida Health Science Center Jacksonville, April 9, 2008

 

National Oral Health Conference,Pursuing Excellence in Dental Public Health Grow A Healthy Smile Campaign, Poster Presentation Miami, FL April 2008

 

Society of Academic Emergency Medicine Advancing the Treatment and stabilization of dental trauma by the Emergency Medicine Physician utilizing “Just-In-Time” Training, Washington, D.C. May 2008



UF Med Ed Week. Remediation trends associated with learning styles in an emergency medicine residency. David Caro, MD, SA Godwin, MD, A. Acrement, MD, D. Kleiner, PhD, C.Kalynych, MSH, EdDc
UF Poster Presentation April 24, 2008

 

UF Med Ed Week. Addressing ACGME core competencies: An international medicine template
Mark McIntosh, MD, MPH, E. Fihe, MD, C.Kalynych, MSH, EdDc, M. Akhlaghi, MD, T. Wylie, MD
Poster Presentation April 24, 2008

 

Society of Academic Emergency Medicine. Pupillary Response to Light is Preserved in Patients Undergoing Pharmacologic Neuromuscular Blockade for Rapid Sequence Intubation. S. Andescavage, D. Caro, C. Kalynych, M. Akhlaghi, B. Whisenant. Oral Presentation: Andescavage May 2009

 

Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference: Public Health in the Emergency Department- Surveillance, Screening, and Intervention. Proceedings: Society of Academic Emergency Medicine May 2009

 

Fifth Mediterranean Emergency Medicine Congress, Zeretzke C, McIntosh M, Wylie T, Kalynych C, Wood D. Impact of an immunization registry program on children aged 6-24 month who present to the ED with fever without a source. Valencia, Spain. September 14-17, 2009.

 

National Association of EMS Physicians Conference, Sabato J, Lim A, Dembitsky Z, Redfield C, Kalynych C. Prehospital induced hypothermia SIM training. Poster presented at Phoenix, AZ. January 2010



Experimental Biology Conference,McIntosh M, Kalynych CJ, Vukich C, Kumar V, Lott M, Lerman RH. Global improvement in multiple cardiovascular disease risk factors with a medical food containing soy, phytosterols, hops rho iso-alpha acids, and acacia proanthocyanidins and a Mediterranean-style low glycemic load diet in women with metabolic syndrome. Poster Anaheim, CA April 2010

 

Experimental Biology Conference,McIntosh M, Kalynych C, Vukich C, Lott M, Lerman RH. Racial differences in fasting lipids: low levels of triglycerides in overweight and obese non-Hispanic black women. Poster Anaheim, CA. April 2010

 

Experimental Biology Conference, McIntosh M, Lerman RH, Kalynych C, Vukich C, Fernandez ML, Harris WS. Effects of a Mediterranean-style, low glycemic load diet on RBC omega-3 index and fatty acid profile in women with metabolic syndrome. Poster, Anaheim, CA. April 2010

 

Experimental Biology Conference, Andersen C, Jones J, Barona J, Calle M, Lerman RH, McIntosh M, Kalynych C, Vukich C, Volek JS, Fernandez ML. A Mediterranean-style low glycemic diet decreases inflammation and insulin resistance in subjects classified with the metabolic syndrome. Poster Anaheim, CA. April 2010

 

Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, Zeretzke C, McIntosh M, Wylie T, Kalynych C. Impact of an immunization registry on fever with source in children aged 6-24 months who present to the Pediatric Emergency Department. Poster Phoenix, AZ. June 2010

 

Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, McIntosh M, Westenbarger R, Kalynych CJ, Wylie T. Use of just-in-time training to teach EM physicians new stabilization techniques for dental avulsions and fractures. Innovations in Emergency Medicine Education Phoenix, AZ. June 2010

 

International Conference on Emergency Medicine. DeVos, E., McIntosh, M., Kalynych, C., Akhlaghi, M., Wylie, T. Curriculum development for an international emergency medicine rotation. Poster presentation. Poster Singapore, June 2010.

 

McIntosh M, Sheikh-ali M, Lerman RH, Kalynych CJ, Vukich C. Improvement of cardiovascular risk factors in women with metabolic syndrome on a Mediterranean-style low-glycemic-load diet and a medical food containing soy protein, phytosterols, hops rho iso-alpha acids, and acacia proanthocyanidins. American Diabetes Association's 70th Scientific Session. Orlando, FL. June 25-29, 2010. Poster Presentation

 

Florida College of Emergency Physicians Symposium by the Sea, Zeretzke CM, McIntosh MS, Wylie T, Kalynych CJ, Wood D. Emergency physicians using an online immunization registry perform fewer blood screens for occult bacteremia on children aged 6-24 months who present to ED with fever without a source. Boca Raton, FL. July 30, 2010. Poster Presentation

 

Florida College of Emergency Physicians Symposium by the Sea, McIntosh M, Konzelmann J, Smith J, Kalynych C, Wears R, Schneider H, Wylie T, Kaminski A, Matar-Joseph M. Stabilization and treatment of dental avulsions and fractures by emergency physicians using just-in-time training. Boca Raton, FL. July 30, 2010. 3rd Place Poster Presentation

 

Florida College of Emergency Physicians Symposium by the Sea. Ricke T, Hendry P, Kalynych C, Kumar V, Redfield C. Incidence and recognition of elevated triage blood pressure in the pediatric emergency department. Boca Raton, FL. July 30, 2010. Poster Presentation

 

Florida College of Emergency Physicians Symposium by the Sea. Solomon BJ, Hendry P, Kalynych C, Taylor P, Tepas JJ. Do perceptions of effective distractive driving public service announcements (PSAs) differ between adults and teens? Boca Raton, FL. July 30, 2010. Poster Presentation

 

Florida Medical Association 5th Annual Poster Symposium. Schwartz J, Joseph MM, Kalynych C. training background: variations in prescribing inhaled corticosteroids for children with persistent asthma from the emergency department. 1st Place Poster Presentation. Orlando, FL. August 2010

 

UF Health Science Center Jacksonville, Office of Graduate Medical Education
Faculty Development Series,The Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence, Learner Insight, and Effective Feedback October 2010



Duval County Medical Society.Akhlaghi M, Swanson T, Brimblecom D, Wears R, Kalynych C, Kumar V, Lott M. Accuracy of ECG interpretations by emergency medicine residents and the efficacy of immediate feedback by EM attendings. Jacksonville, FL. December 1, 2010. Poster Presentation

 

Duval County Medical Society. Zeretzke CM, McIntosh MS, Wylie T, Kalynych CJ, Wood D. An online immunization registry perform fewer blood screens for occult bacteremia on children aged 6-24 months who present to ED with fever without a source. Duval County Medical Society Annual Meeting. Jacksonville, FL. December 1, 2010. Poster Presentation

 

Duval County Medical Society. Lissoway J, Caro D, Kalynych C, Kumar V. Ultrasound guided intra-articular analgesia in anterior shoulder dislocations. Annual Meeting. Jacksonville, FL. December 1, 2010. Poster Presentation

 

Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors. Kalynych, C., Vukich, D., Caro, D., et al
Application of Margin In Life Theory To Remediation And Attrition Rates Among Emergency Medicine Residents,Poster presentation March 2011 San Diego, CA

 

Emergency Medicine Patient Safety Foundation Annual Meeting. Hendry, P., Luten, R., Kalynych, C., Joseph, M., Godwin, SA. Pediatric Emergency Care Safety Initiative,Poster Presentation, May 2011, Las Vegas, NV

 

UF Research Day.Williams, DJ., Morrissey, T., Caro., D., Kalynych, C. Quantitative Capnometry: The Next Vital Sign? Oral Presentation, May 2011, 2nd Place Winner

 

UF Research Day.Patel, S., Hendry, P., Kalynych, C., et al, Third-hand Smoke Education and its Impact on Parents who Smoke and Present to the Pediatric Emergency Department with their Children. Poster Presentation, May 2011 5th Place Winner

 

Society of Academic Emergency Medicine. Kalynych, C., Vukich, D., Caro, D., et al. Application of Margin In Life Theory to Remediation And Attrition Rates Among Emergency Medicine Residents. Oral Presentation, June 2011. Boston, MA.

 

Florida Medical Association. Ricke, T., Hendry, P., Kalynych, et al,Incidence and Recognition of Elevated Triage Blood Pressure in the Pediatric Emergency Department. Poster Presentation: Honorable Mention. July 2011, Orlando, FL Honorable Mention

 

Florida Medical Association.Kalynych, C., Vukich, D., Caro, D., et al, Application of Margin In Life Theory to Remediation and Attrition Rates Among Emergency Medicine Residents. Poster Presentation, July 2011, Orlando, FL

 

Florida Medical Association. Patel, S., Hendry, P., Kalynych, C., et al,Third-hand Smoke Education and its Impact on Parents who Smoke and Present to the Pediatric Emergency Department with their Children. Poster Presentation, August 2011, Naples, FL.

 

Florida Medical Association. Williams, DJ., Morrissey, T., Caro., D., Kalynych, C., Quantitative Capnometry: The Next Vital Sign? Poster Presentation, July 2010, Orlando, FL.

 

Association for Medical Education in Europe. Kalynych, C., Vukich, D., Caro, D., et al, Application of Margin In Life Theory to Remediation and Attrition Rates Among Emergency Medicine Residents. Oral and Poster Presentation, August 26-30th , Vienna, Austria.

 

Florida College of Emergency Physicians Symposium by the Sea. Hendry, P., Luten, R., Kalynych, C., Joseph, M., Godwin, SA, Pediatric Emergency Care Safety Initiative Booth Presentation, August 2011, Naples, FL

 

Florida College of Emergency Physicians Symposium by the Sea. Hendry, P., Kalynych, C., Webb, KL., Westenbager, R., Lissoway, J, A Prospective Single Center Study to Evaluate the Use of LiquiBand in Scalp Closures. Poster Presentation, August 2011, Naples, FL. 4th Place Winner

 

Florida College of Emergency Physicians Symposium by the Sea. A Mass Casualty Registry to Study Patient Surge and Mass Casualty Incidents” Sabato, Abbassi, Kalynych, Paul, Wears, Winton, Yap won 5th place

 

Florida College of Emergency Physicians Symposium by the Sea. Kalynych, C., Vukich, D., Caro, D., et al
Application of Margin In Life Theory to Remediation and Attrition Rates Among Emergency Medicine Residents. Poster Presentation, August 2011, Naples, FL



Florida College of Emergency Physicians Symposium by the Sea.Williams, DJ., Morrissey, T., Caro., D., Kalynych, C, Quantitative Capnometry: The Next Vital Sign? August 2011, Naples FL. Poster
Presentation 1st Place Winner

 

Florida College of Emergency Physicians Symposium by the Sea. Patel, S., Hendry, P., Kalynych, C.,

et al, Third-hand Smoke Education and its Impact on Parents who Smoke and Present to the Pediatric Emergency Department with their Children. Poster Presentation, August 2011, Naples, FL.

 

American College of Emergency Physicians.Hendry, P., Kalynych, C., Webb, KL., Westenbager, R., Lissoway, J, A Prospective Single Center Study to Evaluate the Use of LiquiBand in Scalp Closures
Poster & Oral Presentation, San Francisco, CA. October 2011,

 

American College of Emergency Physicians. Williams, DJ., Morrissey, T., Caro., D., Kalynych, C.
Quantitative Capnometry: The Next Vital Sign? Poster & Oral Presentation, San Francisco, CA. October 2011

 

Duval County Medical Society. Kalynych, C., Vukich, D., Caro, D., et al, Application of Margin In Life Theory to Remediation And Attrition Rates Among Emergency Medicine Residents. Poster Presentation Jacksonville, FL December 2011

 

Duval County Medical Society. Williams, DJ., Morrissey, T., Caro., D., Kalynych, C. Quantitative Capnometry: The Next Vital Sign? Poster Presentation Jacksonville, FL December 2011

 

Duval County Medical Society. Hendry, P., Kalynych, C., Webb, KL., Westenbager, R., Lissoway, J
A Prospective Single Center Study to Evaluate the Use of LiquiBand in Scalp Closures. Poster Presentation. Jacksonville, FL December 2011 

KalynychContact Information

(904) 620-2840

ckalynyc@unf.edu