J. Dewey Lutes Peer Research Award

The Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Health & Business Administration has informally established the J. Dewey Lutes Peer Research Award, recognizing excellence in student research. The award was established in 1987 and named after J. Dewey Lutes, FACHA, the primary founder and the first Director General of the ACHA (now ACHE) from 1933 to 1937. From 1987 to 2010, the J. Dewey Lutes Peer Research Award was bestowed upon the best student project generated in the Research Methods class. However, in 2011, due to changes in the curriculum, the Research Methods class was no longer a required course for students in the Master in Health Administration (MHA) track; thus, the award program was changed in order to provide a process by which all Army-Baylor students in their didactic year of instruction can compete.

 

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2014

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2013

Title: The Effects of Patient-Centered Medical Home Implementation on Cervical Cancer Screening Compliance Rates at the Screaming Eagle Medical Home

Authors: LTJG Eric Harasimowitz, Dr. Michael Hawkins, CPT Jeremy Trescott

2012

Title: Impact of Embedded Behavioral Health Teams on Soldier Behavioral Health Inpatient Admissions

Authors: Ms. Jessica Jones, Mr. Mike Henry

2011

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2009

Title:  An Investigation of Pulse Oximetry Methods in a Vasoconstricted Environment

Authors:  1Lt Joshua Dean, Ms. Barbara Marquette, CPT David Glad, MAJ Ron Gesaman

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2007

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