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Sara Tariq

TitleAssociate Dean for Student Affairs
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentInternal Med, College of Medicine
DivisionInternal Med General Medicine
Address7D 02 Central Building (old hospital)
4301 W.Markham
Mail Slot # 558
Little Rock AR 72205
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    Dr. Sara Tariq is a professor in the Internal Medicine department at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). She serves as Associate Dean of Student Affairs in the College of Medicine. She received her medical degree from UAMS. She also completed a residency in internal medicine at the Brown University School of Medicine. Dr. Tariq currently sees patients at the Internal Medicine Clinic - South. Currently not accepting new patients.

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    D58HP37580     (HARVIE M ATTWOOD)Jul 1, 2020 - Jun 30, 2025
    Health Resources & Services Administration
    Arkansas Primary Care Training Enhancement
    Role: Co-Investigator

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    1. Sward LB, Tariq SG. Maternal-Fetal Physiology, Intrapartum Care, Postpartum Care: A Team-Based Learning Module for Normal Obstetrics. MedEdPORTAL. 2019 11 22; 15:10856. PMID: 32166112.
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    2. Tariq SG, Thrush CR, Gathright M, Spollen JJ, Graham J, Shorey JM. Crystal clear or tin ear: how do medical students interpret derogatory comments about patients and other professionals? Med Educ Online. 2016; 21:31221. PMID: 27422126.
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    3. Agarwal A, Relia N, Bansal M, Tariq SG. A liver lesion with systemic inflammatory manifestations. Saudi J Gastroenterol. 2012 Jul-Aug; 18(4):290-1. PMID: 22824775.
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    4. Thrush CR, Spollen JJ, Tariq SG, Williams DK, Ii JM. Evidence for validity of a survey to measure the learning environment for professionalism. Med Teach. 2011; 33(12):e683-8. PMID: 22225451.
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    5. Spollen JJ, Thrush CR, Mui DV, Woods MB, Tariq SG, Hicks E. A randomized controlled trial of behavior change counseling education for medical students. Med Teach. 2010; 32(4):e170-7. PMID: 20353316.
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    6. Banken JA, Hutchins D, Greenfield W. Utian Quality of Life: Natural and Surgical Menopause in Postmenopausal Women Menopause. The Journal of The North American Menopause Society. 2008; 15(8):1229.
    7. Thrush CR, Hicks EK, Tariq SG, Johnson AM, Clardy JA, O'Sullivan PS, Williams DK. Optimal learning environments from the perspective of resident physicians and associations with accreditation length. Acad Med. 2007 Oct; 82(10 Suppl):S121-5. PMID: 17895676.
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    8. Thrush CR, Hicks EK, Johnson AM, Clardy JA, O'Sullivan PS, Williams DK. Optimal learning enviornments from teh perspective or resident physicians and associations with accreditation length. Academic Medicine. 2007.
    9. Tariq S, Beland S. Andreoli and Carpenter's Cecil Essentials of Medicine: With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access. Evidence Based Medicine. 2007; 2.
    10. Johnson AM, Thrush CR, Woods MB, Johnson VA, Clardy JC. Pop quizzes: Evidence based on strategy for medical students?. Journal of International Association of Medical Science Educators. 2007; 17(2):101-105.
    11. Tariq S, Clardy JA, Woods MB, Thrush CR. How do working groups really work?. 2006.
    12. Woods MB, Thrush CR, Tariq S, Clardy JA. How do working groups really work?. 2006.
    13. Spollen JJ, Tariq S. Teaching Behavioral Change Counseling to 2nd Year Medical Students. 2006.
    14. Graham CJ, Cantrell MJ, Tariq S. Comparison of methods for teaching physical examination skills to freshman medical students. 2005.
    15. Graham CJ, Cantrell MJ, Tariq S. . How do students prepare for an objective structured clinical exam?. 2005.
    16. Mancino AT, Tariq S, Deloney LA. Development & Implementation of a Breast Cancer Clinical Module for Second-Year Medical Students. 2003.
    17. Bhakta S, Grimes A, Stevens A,Tariq, SG. Attitudes of Arkansas' primary care physicians toward the HPV vaccine. The Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 106(5):113-117.
    18. Large EE, Williams SE, Tariq S, Eastham DG, Hutchins DA, Banken JA. Age at Onset and Quality of Life after Meopause in African American versus Caucasian Women.
    19. Graham J, Gaddy D, Newton B, Tariq S, Miller B, Aitken ME. Longitudinal injury Curriculum Development: One Medical School’s Experience.
    20. Banken JA, Hutchins DA, Large EE, Tariq S, Eastham DG. Looking Beyond Overall Quality of Life and Age: Correlative Factors within the UQOL Scale.
    21. Thrush CR, Hicks EK, Tariq S, Johnson AM, Clardy JA, O'Sullivan PS, Williams DK. "Optimal Learning Environments from the Perspective of Residents.". annual educational meeting.
    22. Tariq S, Deloney LA, Garrett JE, Pasley JN & Jones RR. Does Student Performance in ICM Predict USMLE Step 1 Success?.
    23. Johnson S, Tariq S, Levitskaya A, VanEcko J. “Use of Medical Interpreters in an Introduction to Clinical Medicine Course”.
    24. Hutchins DA, Tariq SG, Sauer KM, Greenfield WW, Eastham DG, Banken JA. Utian Quality of Life: Health Differences Between Black and White Postmenopausal Women.
    25. Banken JA, Large EE, Hutchins DA, Tariq SG, Eastham DG. Missing Item Anaylysis on the Utian Quality of Life Scale: It’s all about Sex.
    26. Tariq S. “A Novel Medical Student Examination Question Appeals Process: The Committee has spoken!”.
    27. Yousaf M, Malak S, Deloney L, Tariq S. What is the most appropriate first imaging study for this patient? Test your knowledge of the American College of Radiology Appropriateness Criteria® for women’s imaging.
    28. Thrush CR, Spollen JJ, Tariq S, Shorey JM. Assessment to foster institutional improvement: A brief survey to measure professionalism in clinical learning environments.
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