Elizabeth Barnhardt Kirkland

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentGeneral Internal Medicine
AddressP.O. Box MSC 591
135 Rutledge Ave
Phone843-876-0888
Fax843-792-7285
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    2014 - 2015Internal Medicine Outpatient Resident of the Year, Medical University of South Carolina
    2013 - 2014Internal Medicine Inpatient Resident of the Year, Medical University of South Carolina
    2012 - 2013Internal Medicine Intern of the Year, Medical University of South Carolina
    2015 - 2016Chief Resident, Internal Medicine Residency Program, Medical University of South Carolina

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    Dr. Elizabeth Kirkland earned her medical degree from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in 2012 after earning a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with concentration in Neurosciences and a certificate in Spanish Language and Culture from Princeton University in 2008. Following her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at MUSC, she served as Chief Resident for the residency program from 2015-2016. During that year, she also launched her clinical research career, matriculating into the Masters of Science in Clinical Research program with anticipated completion in 2017. She plans a career in academic General Internal Medicine with continued direct patient care as well as clinical research particularly related to healthcare disparities.
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    Patient-centered care, Hypertension, Education, medical, Quality improvement, Healthcare disparities

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    1. Kirkland EB, Marsden J, Zhang J, Schumann SO, Bian J, Mauldin P, Moran WP. Remote patient monitoring sustains reductions of hemoglobin A1c in underserved patients to 12 months. Prim Care Diabetes. 2021 Jun; 15(3):459-463. PMID: 33509728.
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    2. Randall MH, Haulsee ZM, Zhang J, Marsden J, Moran WP, Kirkland EB. The effect of remote patient monitoring on the primary care clinic visit frequency among adults with type 2 diabetes. Int J Med Inform. 2020 11; 143:104267. PMID: 32927269.
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    3. Bishu KG, Lekoubou A, Kirkland E, Schumann SO, Schreiner A, Heincelman M, Moran WP, Mauldin PD. Estimating the Economic Burden of Acute Myocardial Infarction in the US: 12 Year National Data. Am J Med Sci. 2020 05; 359(5):257-265. PMID: 32265010.
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    4. Heincelman M, Gebregziabher M, Kirkland E, Schumann SO, Schreiner A, Warr P, Zhang J, Mauldin PD, Moran WP, Rockey DC. Impact of Patient-Level Characteristics on In-hospital Mortality After Interhospital Transfer to Medicine Services: an Observational Study. J Gen Intern Med. 2020 04; 35(4):1127-1134. PMID: 31965521.
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    5. Kirkland EB, DuBose-Morris R, Duckett A. Telehealth for the internal medicine resident: A 3-year longitudinal curriculum. J Telemed Telecare. 2019 Dec 31; 1357633X19896683. PMID: 31888396.
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    6. Schreiner AD, Bian J, Zhang J, Kirkland EB, Heincelman ME, Schumann SO, Mauldin PD, Moran WP, Rockey DC. When Do Clinicians Follow-up Abnormal Liver Tests in Primary Care? Am J Med Sci. 2019 08; 358(2):127-133. PMID: 31331450.
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    7. Mawardi G, Kirkland EB, Zhang J, Blankinship D, Heincelman ME, Schreiner AD, Moran WP, Schumann SO. Patient perception of obesity versus physician documentation of obesity: A quality improvement study. Clin Obes. 2019 Jun; 9(3):e12303. PMID: 30816010.
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    8. Schreiner AD, Moran WP, Zhang J, Kirkland EB, Heincelman ME, Schumann Iii SO, Mauldin PD, Rockey DC. Evaluation of liver test abnormalities in a patient-centered medical home: do liver test patterns matter? J Investig Med. 2018 12; 66(8):1118-1123. PMID: 29941546.
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    9. Kirkland EB, Heincelman M, Bishu KG, Schumann SO, Schreiner A, Axon RN, Mauldin PD, Moran WP. Trends in Healthcare Expenditures Among US Adults With Hypertension: National Estimates, 2003-2014. J Am Heart Assoc. 2018 05 30; 7(11). PMID: 29848493.
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    10. Kirkland E, Zhang J, Brownfield E, Heincelman M, Schumann S, Schreiner A, Bishu K, Mauldin PD, Moran WP. Sustained Improvement in Blood Pressure Control for a Multiracial Cohort: Results of a Patient-centered Medical Home Quality Improvement Initiative. Qual Prim Care. 2017; 25(2):297-302. PMID: 31363347.
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    11. Kirkland E, Schatz R, Rose K, Wolfman T. Thinking Outside of the Lines: Diagnosing Babesiosis in the Lowcountry. Southern Medical Journal. 2015; 1(111):21-23.
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