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Elton Cleveland

InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentDFPM Family & Prevention Med, College of Medicine
DivisionDFPM Medical Staff
Address ACH Adolescent Center
1201 Bishop Street
Mail Slot # 512-9
Little Rock AR 72202
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    InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
    DepartmentCollege of Public Health

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    1. Newton, B.W., J. Clardy, E. Cleveland. Who Has Heart? Vicarious Empathy VS. Residency Match. Med. Sci. Educator. 2014.
    2. Newton BW, Barber L, Clardy J, Cleveland E, O'Sullivan P. Is there hardening of the heart during medical school? Acad Med. 2008 Mar; 83(3):244-9. PMID: 18316868.
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    3. Newton, B.A., Savidge, M.A., Barber, L., Clardy, J., Beeman, G., Hart, T. Differences in Medical Student Empathy. Academic Medicine. 2000; 75(12):1215.
    4. Cleveland ER. Experiences and thoughts of short term foreign medical trips. Arkansas Family Physician. 1999; 2(3):19-20.
    5. Gottlieb AA, Smith PD, Wells, DB. Report of Injuries Among Adolescent Female Competition and Non-competition Cheerleaders. 1996; 53A.
    6. Cantrell M., Heard JK, Lindsey M. Using Standardized Patients in the Time In/Time Out Interviewing Technique. 1996.
    7. Wells D, Teagle SE, Brinsfield C, Hardin BH, Peterson MS, Portilla M, Pumphrey CL, Smith D, West B. Evaluation of Statewide Education Program for School Clinic Staff. 1996; 53A.
    8. Smith PD, Gottlieb A. Eating Disorders and Substance Abuse in Non-competition Adolescent Female Cheerleaders. 1996; 53A.
    9. Teagle SE, Gottleib AA, Portilla MG, Pumphrey CL, Hardin BH. Appointment-Keeping Behavior Among Adolescents in a University Hospital-based Comprehensive Adolescent Clinic. 1996; 53A.
    10. Gottlieb A, Smith PD, Flick E, Capps, JP. Eating Disorders and Alcohol Use among Adolescent Female Cheerleaders. 1994.
    11. Fiser CP, Smith PD, Pasley, RJ, Hardin BH. Nutritional Profiles and Risk Behaviors among Adolescent Athletes: The Influence of Gender. 1994.
    12. Smith PD, Gottlieb A. Cheerleaders-The Unrecognized Athletes: Adolescent's Report of Injuries and Associated Factors. 1994.
    13. Smith PD, Gottlieb A, Flick E, Capps JP. Alcohol Use and Eating Disorders: Their Co-Occurrence Among Adolescent Female Cheerleaders. 1994.
    14. Smith PD, Gottlieb A, Spivey A, Bonner G. Sports Related Injuries Among Adolescent Female Cheerleaders: The Unrecognized Athlete. 1994.
    15. Kozlowski K, Gottlieb AA, Graham CJ. Adolescent Medicine: State of the Art Reviews. Adolescent Gynecologic Conditions Presenting in Emergency Settings. 1993; 1.
    16. Graham CJ, Bonner G. Left-handedness as a Risk Factor for Injuries in Adolescents. 1993.
    17. Smith PD, Hardin BH, Bonner G. Saying No to Alcohol and Drugs: Adolescents' Report of Relative Influences of Peers, Role Models and Prevention Activities. 1993.
    18. Smith PD, Hardin BH, Bonner G. Adolescent Participation in High-Risk Behaviors: Relative Influence of Peers, Role Models, and Prevention Activities. 1993.
    19. Graham CJ, Bonner G. Left-handedness as a Risk Factor for Injuries in Adolescents. 1993.
    20. Hardin BH, Komoroski E, Blasier D, Teagle SE, Mortensen T, Bonner G. Risk of Game-Time Injuries in Junior High Football: A Three Year Study. 1993.
    21. Newton BW, Barber L. "Who Has Heart? Vicarious Empathy vs. Specialty Choice". 11th Annual Meeting of the international Association of Medical Science Educators.
    22. Clardy J, Barber L, Savidge M, O'Sullivan P, Newton B. Medical Student Empathy Changes: Explanations and Interventions. Roundtable Discussion.
    23. Cleveland ER. Is Your Child Physically Fit?. Parenting. 7(2).
    24. Savidge, M.A., Newton, B.W., Barber, L., Clardy, J., Hart, T. A longitudinal assessment of empathy among medical students. Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association.
    25. Cantrell, M, Heard, J, Lindsey, M. Using Standardized Patients in the Time-In/Time-Out Interviewing Technique. The Ottawa Conference.
    26. Newton, B.W., J. Clardy, L. Barber. Can the heart be a predicator of specialty choice? Vicarious empathy vs. specialty choice. 12th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators.
    27. Barber, L., Newton, B.W., Savidge, M.A., Clardy, J. Changes in student empathy during three years of medical education. The Southern Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting.
    28. Newton, B.W., Savidge, M., Barber, L., Clardy, J., O'Sullivan, P. Medical student innate empathy decreases during the basic science and clinical years. 5th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators.
    29. Clardy, J, Beeman, G, Barber, L, Newton, B, Savidge, M. Assessment of Empathy in Medical Students at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences: Preliminary Results of a Longitudinal Study. 37th Annual Research in Medical Education Conference of the Association of American Medical Schools: The Southern Group on Education Affairs.
    30. Newton, B.W., M. Savidge, L. Barber, J. Clardy, P. O'Sullivan. How Empathic Are They? A Longitudinal Interpretive Look at Innate Empathy in the Medical School Class of 2002. 6th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators.
    31. Newton, B.L., L. Barber, J. Clardy, P. O'Sullivan. Innate Empathy Drops Significantly During the First Three Years of Medical School: A Six-Year Cross-Sectional Study. 7th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators.
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