As a resource for our membership, the following list provides information regarding various articles and publications written by our esteemed members.
If you are aware of any additional publications which should be included, please send the information to the WVGS email address.
Golderg, TH “Continuum of elder care” supports a variety of unique needs, The State Journal July 18, 2013
Elliott, DP, “Pain Management in the Elderly.” Practical Pain Management, January/February 2009, pp. 56-59.
Gray, SL, Elliott, DP, Sernia, T. “Implications for Pharmacy from the Institute of Medicine’s Report on Health Care Workforce and an Aging American.” The Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 2009 June, Volume 43, pp.1133-38.
Elliott, DP. Pharmacotherapy Self-Assessment Program (7th Edition) Book 8; Geriatrics. “Quality Improvement Initiatives in the Elderly.” Hutchison LC, ed. Lenexa, KS: American College of Clinical Pharmacy 2011.
Goldberg, TH. “Senior Moments: Alzheimer’s as…Myth?” The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia PA), September 2009.
Goldberg, TH, “Report: Rethinking Alzheimer’s” The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia PA), May 2011.
Goldberg, TH, Levien, J. 2011 A Pocket Guide to Long Term Care: Chapter 8 “weight Loss and Nutrition” Eds. Pam Fenstemacher and Peter Winn, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, 1st Edition, 2011, ISBN: 978-1-60761-141-7.
Goldberg, TH, Griffith, JP. “Can Alzheimer’s or Vascular Dementia by Prevented with Control of Vascular Risk Factors?” West Virginia Medical Journal. Special Issues Article, Vol. 107; 16-21. (May/June 2011).
Newbrough, MA, Boone, L. “Training” A Workforce to Care for People in West Virginia With Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia, WV Medical Journal; Alzheimer’s /CME Issue, (May/June 2011).
Trotter, CC, Pfister, AK, Whited, BA, Goldberg, TH, Artz, S, “A Controversy Linking Atypical Femoral Fractures to Bisphoate Therapy.” WV Medical Journal, March/April 2011, Vol. 107, No. 2.
Jay Michael Sherman, Kari Sand-Jecklin, Jessica Walters, Courtney Fox Dunithan, Teassa Eddy, Cynthia Harper; Implementation of a Brief Abuse and Basic Needs Tool: Impact on Utilization of Social Services in Ambulatory Medical Clinics, Health & Social Work, Volume 42, Issue 4, 1 November 2017, Pages 223–230, https://doi.org/10.1093/hsw/hlx034