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Beatrice Boateng

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentPediatrics, College of Medicine
DivisionPeds Offof Education
Address ACH Sturgis Building
501 Jack Stephens Drive
Mail Slot # 512-19A
Little Rock AR 72205
Phone501-364-1868
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    1. Green A, Jeffs DA, Boateng BA, Lowe GR, Walden M. Evaluating Evidence-Based Practice Knowledge and Beliefs Through the e-Learning EBP Academy. J Contin Educ Nurs. 2017 Jul 01; 48(7):304-311. PMID: 28658498.
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    2. Boateng B, Nelson MK, Huett A, Meaux JB, Pye S, Schmid B, Berg A, LaPorte K, Riley L, Green A. Online Focus Groups with Parents And Adolescents with Heart Transplants: Challenges and Opportunities. Pediatr Nurs. 2016 May-Jun; 42(3):120-3, 154. PMID: 27468513.
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    3. Meaux JB, Green A, Nelson MK, Huett A, Boateng B, Pye S, Schmid B, Berg A, LaPorte K, Riley L. Transition to self-management after pediatric heart transplant. Prog Transplant. 2014 Sep; 24(3):226-33. PMID: 25193722.
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    4. Woods JL, Pasold TL, Boateng BA, Hense DJ. Medical student self-efficacy, knowledge and communication in adolescent medicine. Int J Med Educ. 2014 Aug 20; 5:165-72. PMID: 25341226; PMCID: PMC4212411.
    5. Woods JL, Pasold TL, Boateng BA, Hensel DJ. Adolescent health care and the trainee: roles of self-efficacy, standardized patients, and an adolescent medicine rotation. Simul Healthc. 2013 Dec; 8(6):359-67. PMID: 24096915.
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    6. Kennedy JL, Jones SM, Porter N, White ML, Gephardt G, Hill T, Cantrell M, Nick TG, Melguizo M, Smith C, Boateng BA, Perry TT, Scurlock AM, Thompson TM. High-fidelity hybrid simulation of allergic emergencies demonstrates improved preparedness for office emergencies in pediatric allergy clinics. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract. 2013 Nov-Dec; 1(6):608-17.e1-14. PMID: 24565708.
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    7. Schmid B, Walker L, Huett A, Green A, Boateng BA, Jeffs D, Lowe G, Pate B. Using Interactive E-learning for Evidence-Based Practice. 2013.
    8. Berg A, LaPorte K, Riley L, Green A, Meaux J, Nelson MK, Pye S, Huett A, Schmid B, Boateng BA. Utilization of Online Focus Groups for Qualitative Research in Adolescent Heart Transplant Recipients. International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation 33rd Annual Meeting and Scientific Sessions. 2013.
    9. Berg A, LaPorte K, Riley L, Green A, Meaux J, Nelson MK, Pye S, Huett A, Schmid B, Boateng BA. Transition to Self-Management after Pediatric Heart Transplantation. Southern Nursing Research Society. 2013.
    10. Boateng BA, Liverett KH, Harik NS, Tariq SG. Bugs, Drugs, and Video Games: Utilizing an Emerging Modality in Medical Education. Southern Group of Educational Affairs. 2013.
    11. Berg A, LaPorte K, Riley L, Green A, Meaux J, Nelson MK, Pye S, Huett A, Schmid B, Boateng BA. Adolescent Self-Management after Heart Transplantation: Navigating the Transition to Independence. SPN Convention. 2013.
    12. Liverett KH, Boateng BA, Harik NS, Tariq SG. Bugs, Drugs, and Video Games: Utilizing an Emerging Modality in Medical Education. Pediatric Infectious Disease Conference. 2013.
    13. Boateng BA, Swearingen CJ, Bass LD, Farrar HC, Blaszak RT. . A self assessment rubric to facilitate the measurement of pediatric milestones and development of ILPs. ACGME Annual Education Conference. 2013.
    14. Woods JL, Pasold TL, Boateng BA, Hensel DJ. Medical Student Self-Efficacy: Changes Over Time and Relationship to Communication and Knowledge. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2012.
    15. Boateng BA, Malec L, VanDeusen R, Black EW. Online Professionalism though a multigenerational lens: Lessons from three medical schools. 2012.
    16. Woods JL, Pasold TL, Boateng BA, Hensel DJ. Medical Student Self-Efficacy With Adolescent Gynecological Issues: Knowledge, Communication and Standardized Patients. Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. 2012; e38.
    17. Brown CM, Lloyd EC, Swearingen CJ, Boateng BA. Improving resident self-efficacy in pediatric palliative care through clinical simulation. J Palliat Care. 2012; 28(3):157-63. PMID: 23098014.
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    18. Brown C, Gephardt G, Lloyd C, Swearingen C, Boateng BA. Teaching Palliative Care Skills Using Simulated Family Encounters. MedEd Portal. 2011; 8507.
    19. Boateng BA, Thomas B. How can we ease the social isolation of underrepresented minority students? Acad Med. 2011 Oct; 86(10):1190; author reply 1190-2. PMID: 21955702.
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    20. Barrett C, Thornton K, Boateng BA. A retrospective review of the incidence of necrotizing enterocolitis in very low birth weight neonates before and after the establishment of feeding guidelines. 2011.
    21. Cantrell MJ, Gephardt G, Smith CE, Boateng BA. Do children and parents have different experiences with the same pediatrician? A comparison of parent and child rating of doctors communication skills. SiH (Simulation in Health Care). 2011.
    22. Malec L, Boateng BA, Black EW, VanDeusen R. A multisite study comparing medical student and faculty opinions regarding online professionalism. The Many Faces of Generalism: Building 21st Century Medicine through Education, Research, Policy and Practice. 2011.
    23. Boateng BA, Black EW. Social Media in Medicine. New Forums Press. 2011.
    24. Pasold T, Boateng BA, Portilla M. Fourteen Years of Treating Children and Adolescents with Eating Disorders: Family Satisfaction with Aspects of an Outpatient Multidisciplinary Treatment Team Approach and Influence of Satisfaction on Treatment Components. Miami, Florida, USA. 2011.
    25. Woods JL, Pasold TL, Boateng BA, Hensel DJ. Pediatric Resident Knowledge of Adolescent Medicine and Relationship to Self-Efficacy. Screening in Adolescents: Is an Ounce of Prevention Worth a Pound of Cure?. 2011.
    26. Porter NW, Thompson T, Graham CJ, Maxson RT, Boateng BA, Parnell D. The effect of trauma team training upon pediatric emergency department patient outcomes. 2011.
    27. Thrush CR, Boateng BA. WebQuests in Medical Education. 2011.
    28. Laniewicz M, Thompson T, Boateng BA, Melton C. Assessment of resident confidence and self efficacy with pediatric emergencies after the addition of high fidelity simulation. 2011.
    29. Boateng BA. Should Generational Characteristics be considered in Instructional Methods? The Instructional Preferences of Millennials and its Implications for Medical Education. Internet Journal of Medical Education. 2011; 2(1).
    30. Woods JL, Pasold TL, Boateng BA, Hensel DJ. Pediatric Resident Communication Skills With Adolescent Patients and Relationship to Self-Efficacy. Screening in Adolescents: Is an Ounce of Prevention Worth a Pound of Cure?. 2011.
    31. Woods JL, Pasold TL, Boateng BA, Hensel DJ. Self-Efficacy Changes in Pediatric Residents With Standardized Patients and during an Adolescent Medicine Rotation. Screening in Adolescents: Is an Ounce of Prevention Worth a Pound of Cure?. 2011.
    32. Pasold TL, Woods JL, Boateng BA, Hensel DJ. Use of Standardized Patient Eating Disorder Simulation Module to Evaluate Pediatric Resident-Patient Communication Skills and Relationship. The complexity of Eating Disorders: Many Perspectives, One shared goal. 2011.
    33. Black EW, Malec L, Van Deusen R, Boateng BA, Thompson L. A multisite analysis of medical faculty and student opinions of professionalism in an online social network. 2011.
    34. Pasold TL, Woods JL, Boateng BA, Hensel DJ. Use of a Standardized Patient Education Module to Evaluate Pediatric Resident Knowledge in Assessment for Eating Disorder and Relationship of Knowledge to Self-Efficacy. The complexity of Eating Disorders: Many Perspectives, One shared goal. 2011.
    35. Pasold TL, Boateng BA, Portilla MG. The use of a parent support group in the outpatient treatment of children and adolescents with eating disorders. Eat Disord. 2010 Jul-Aug; 18(4):318-32. PMID: 20603732.
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    36. Means KM, Boateng BA. Practice based learning and improvement: A patient-centered approach to teach continuous quality improvement to PM&R residents. 2010.
    37. Torralba KD, Ben-Ari R, Quismorio FP, Boateng BA. Team-Based Learning in Rheumatology education of Internal Medicine residents. 2010.
    38. Means KM, Boateng BA. Practice based learning and improvement: A patient-centered approach to teach continuous quality improvement to PM&R residents. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2010; 89:S75.
    39. Boateng BA, Boateng K. Joomla! Social Networking with JomSocial. Packt Publishing. 2010; 200.
    40. Bass LD, Boateng BA, Farrar HC, Blaszak RT. Resident Education Points (REPs): A Novel Approach To Promote Self-Directed Learning. 2010.
    41. Cantrell MJ, Gephardt G, Smith CE, Boateng BA. Do children and parents have different experiences with the same pediatrician? A comparison of parent and child rating of doctors communication skills. 2010.
    42. Smith CE, Fontana-Chow K, Boateng BA, Azzie G, Pietrolungo L, Cheng-Tsallis A, Golding F, Tallett S. Tele-education: linking educators with learners via distance technology. Pediatr Ann. 2009 Oct; 38(10):550-6. PMID: 19968192.
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    43. Boateng BA, Bass LD, Blaszak RT, Farrar HC. The development of a competency-based assessment rubric to measure resident milestones. J Grad Med Educ. 2009 Sep; 1(1):45-8. PMID: 21975706; PMCID: PMC2931194.
    44. Thompson TM, Farrar H, Holmes T, Cantrell M, Smith CE, Boateng BA. An Objective, Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE) for Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellows used to evaluate the 6 core ACGME competencies. 2009.
    45. Guise JB, Thrush CR, Boateng BA, Holt A, Clardy JA. Crossing Interdisciplinary Cultures to Enhance Educational Scholarship. Association for Academic Psychiatry Annual Meeting. 2009.
    46. Thrush CR, Stoddard HA, Boateng BA, Moses AS, Guise JB, Clardy JA. After the Conference, Maximizing the Transfer of Acquired Information into Actionable Improvements at Your Home Institution. The Generalists in Medical Education. 2009.
    47. Pasley JN, Boateng BA. A combination TBL/PBL approach in a medical physiology course. 2009.
    48. Boateng BA, Thomas BR. Underrepresented minorities and the health professions pipeline. Acad Med. 2009 Jan; 84(1):6-7. PMID: 19116462.
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    49. Boateng BA. Using Computers in Ghanaian Secondary Schools: Lessons from Twifo Praso. VDM Verlag. 2009.
    50. Bass LD, Kuo DZ, Brown CM, Patil S, Lloyd EC, Blaszak RT, Boateng BA. Pediatric faculty perceptions of the ACGME competencies. 2009.
    51. Pasley JN, Thomas BR, Boateng BA. Improved Scores Using A Modified Team Based Learning Instructional Approach In A MCAT Preparation Program. 2009.
    52. Torralba KD, Wayne R, Ajam A, Boateng BA. Rheumatology Fellow Perspectives on the use of achievement and assessment rubrics in the development of an MS Word Portfolio. 2008.
    53. Torralba KD, Boateng BA. Integrating Active Learning Strategies in Rheumatology, Arthritis and Rheumatism,. 2008.
    54. Looney RA, Carroll PA, Boateng BA. A pilot project on the use of a competency based self assessment tool for dietetic interns and the implications for skill development in the clinical supervised practicum. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 2008.
    55. Kyei-Blankson, L, Blankson J, Boateng BA. Student Evaluation of Faculty Use Of Technology and Its Implication For Technology Integration In Higher Education In C. Crawford et al. (Eds.). 2008; 1126-1131.
    56. Fullerton EE, Boateng BA, Mabry L, Moses AS. Gen-Xers, Cuspars and Millennials in the health professions: Resident perspectives on the generational differences in instruction and its implications for academic medicine. Southern Group on Educational Affairs. 2008.
    57. Boateng BA, Moses AS, Mabry LA. Millennials and GenXers in the health professions: Are we meeting their educational technology expectations in the classroom?. The Generalists in Medical Education. 2008.
    58. Boateng BA, Mabry LA, Moses AS. Not another boring lecture: Creatively using PowerPoint in Medical Education. The Generalists in Medical Education. 2008.
    59. Lavelle E, Boateng BA. Developing Professionalism in Medical Education: Constructs, Strategies and Assessments. Southern Group on Educational Affairs. 2008.
    60. Hankins BA, Boateng BA, Krain LP, Thrush CR, Guise JB. Development of a resident report card. ACGME Annual Education Conference. 2008.
    61. Boateng BA. African Media, African Children. Children’s Television in South Africa: Mandates to Serving the Children. 2008.
    62. Torralba KD, Wayne RL, Ajam A, Boateng BA. Rheumatology Fellow Perspectives on the use of achievement and assessment rubrics in the development of a MS Word e-portfolio. ACGME Annual Education Conference. 2008.
    63. Torralba KD, Boateng BA. Team-Based Learning and Educational Games as Interactive Learning Strategies For Rheumatology Noon Conferences. 2008.
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