• Publications and Presentations

     

    Selected Center Publications and Presentations

    Compretta C. Growing Gaps: Children's Experiences of Inequality in a Faith-based Afterschool Program in the US South.  [dissertation]. Lexington: University of Kentucky;2012.  240 pages.

    Compretta C.. Through Their Eyes: Child and Adolescent Agency in the Urban Environment In: VOICES: A Publication of the Association for Feminist Anthropology, 8(1):12-16. 2008 

    Compretta, CE.  “I Know the Holy Ghost:” Children's Spiritual Experiences Amidst Staff Misconceptions in a Faith-Based Afterschool Program in the US South.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, November, 2013.

    Didlake R. Bioethics of the 21st Century. Presented at the UMMC Leadership Development Conference for SHRP, University of MS Medical Center, Jackson, MS, March 30, 2012.

    Didlake R. Bioethics of Food. Presented to NE MS Community College, Booneville, MS, March 5, 2012.

    Didlake R.  Ethics for Health Care Professionals.  (Presented to the Mississippi Association for Nurse Practitioners, Biloxi, MS, July 18, 2015).  

     Didlake R. Innovative Health Professional Education:  The challenges of Integration. Presented at MS Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting, Lake Terrace Convention Center, Hattiesburg, MS, February 23-24, 2012.

    Didlake R.  Medical Imagery in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath.  Plath profiles; vol. 2.  Indiana University Northwest, August 2009.  Available from: http://www.iun.edu/~plath/.

    Didlake, R.  Observations on the Centenary College Medical Curriculum 1841-1844.  (Presented at the SAHMS Conference, Jackson, MS, March 12-14, 2015.)

     Didlake R.  Reporting Medical Errors.  Presented at MS Nurses Association Annual Convention, Biloxi, MS, October 19-22, 2011.

    Didlake R. Surgical Training in Mississippi- Impact on the state's surgical workforce during the Twentieth Century. Journal MSMA, 2006;47(5):131-136.

    Didlake R. Terms of Art: Plath, the Medical Lexicon, and the Human Body in Health and Disease.  In: Buckley W, Editor. Critical Insights Sylvia Plath.  Sale, Press Inc. 2013. pp 258-272.

    Didlake R, Compretta C.  Viewing attitudes and behaviors in medicine through the lens of diversity. Presented to the Robert !. Marston Symposium on Race and Medicine. June20, 2014.

    Didlake R, Fordham JA.  Do No Harm: Neurodiversity, Health Care Advocacy and the Language and Culture of Informed Consent. In: Herrera DC and Perry A. Ethics and Neurodiversity:  Studies in Theoretical & Applied Ethics. (100-110).   Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 2013.

    Didlake R, Gaughf N. TIME Teaching In Medical Education) Series:  Residents As Teachers, UMMC, November 23, 2011.

    Didlake R, Lawhead W. A Student Fellowship in Bioethics: a novel approach to bridging medicine and the humanities.  (Presented at the 12th International Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum, Schenectady, NY.  October 9, 2010). 

    Didlake R, Redmont S.  Professionalism across the curriculum of an academic medical center Presented at the 12th International Conference on Ethics Across the Curriculum, Schenectady, NY.  October 9, 2010. 

    Didlake, RH, Smith, PO.  Editorial:  Focusing on Professionalism.  Jour MSMA 2012 Feb: 2: 54.

    Ellender, CE. 2011.  Interrogating Benevolence: The Provision of Faith-based Social Services in the Deep South Poster presented at the Multiple Childhoods/Multidisciplinary Perspectives Conference, Rutgers University - Camden, New Jersey, March 2011.

    Fordham JA. Representing.  Memorial recollections at the Celebrating the Life and Science of Jack Belliveau Symposium.  Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston MA, June 2014.

    Fordham JA. Disparity, Health, and Calculating to Thrive. Poster presentation at the inaugural International Cultural Neuroscience Conference, Northwestern University, Evanston IL, May, 2013.

    Hill LH, Wright M, Didlake RH.  How do you clean a shark tank?  Faculty-to-Faculty Incivility In the Health Sciences.  (Presented at American Association for Adult and Continuing Education Conference, Charleston, SC, November 6, 2014.)

     Nemati N, Didlake R. Attitude toward disclosure of clinical errors and unprofessional caregiver behavior among student and practicing nurses (Presented at MS Academy of Sciences Annual meeting, Lake Terrace Convention Center, Hattiesburg, MS, February 23-24, 2012).

    Pfeifle AL, Ballard J, Black EW, Blue AV, Davidson RA, Didlake RH, Miller B, Norman L, Rockhold R.  Presented at the Southeast Consortium for Interprofessional Education:  Using Blended Interprofessional e-Learning to Teach Collaborative Practice, Principles of Patient Safety and Quality, and Improving Transitions of Care, Vancouver, BC, June 12-14, 2013.

    Scheinman SJ, Didlake, RH, Lindeman B, Brown JT.   Oath-Taking in Academic Medicine: Expanding the Commitment to Ethics within the Profession.  (Presented at AAMC 2014 Conference, Chicago, IL, November 7-12, 2014.)

    Tucker AR, Didlake R. Human subjects research in a southern academic medical center: Ethical Observations on Selected Demographic Characteristics Journal. 2015; 60(1):98.  (Presented at MS Academy of Sciences Annual meeting, Hattiesburg, MS, February 26-27, 2015).

     Wright M, Didlake R.  Dual Loyalty:   What is this phenomenon and what are the core journals in which research is published?  Presented at the 4th Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Libraries International Conference, Limmerick Ireland, May 22-25, 2012.