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Rhonda Dailey, M.D.
Title
Assistant Professor, Full-time
Phone
(313) 577-6860
Biography

Dr. Dailey is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences and currently serves as Co-Director of Scholarly Activity for the Family Medicine and Transitional Year Residency Programs housed at Crittenton Hospital. Dr. Dailey has an extensive background in research and project management and utilizes her experience and knowledge to teach research methods and provide guidance to the medical residents and clinical faculty on Quality Improvement (QI) projects, case reports, and research projects. Her research interests include reducing patient disparities related to health literacy and health education and improving patient outcomes by increasing the efficiency of primary care practices.

Publications

(1) Slaughter-Acey J, Sealy-Jefferson S, Helmkamp L, Caldwell C, Osypuk T, Platt R, Straughen J, Dailey-Okezie RK, Abeysekara P, Misra D. Racism in the form of micro aggressions and the risk of preterm birth among Black women. Annals of Epidemiology. 2016(1):7-13 PubMed PMID: 26549132.
(2) Xu J, Neale AV, Dailey RK, Eggly S, Schwartz KL. Patient perspective on watchful waiting/active surveillance as an initial management strategy for localized prostate cancer. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 2012; 25(6):763-771. PubMed PMID: 23136314.
(3) Xu J, Dailey RK, Eggly S, Neale AV, Schwartz KL. Men's perspectives on selecting their prostate cancer treatment. Journal of the National Medical Association. 2011 Jun;103(6):468-78. PubMed PMID: 21830629.
(4) Neale AV, Dailey RK, Abrams J. A Neale AV, Dailey RK, Abrams J. Analysis of citations to biomedical articles affected by scientific misconduct. Science and Engineering Ethics. 2010 Jun;16(2):251-61. PubMed PMID: 19597966
(5) Penner LA, Dovidio JF, West TV, Gaertner SL, Albrecht TL, Dailey RK, Markova T. Aversive racism and medical interactions with black patients: a field study. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 2010 Mar 1;46(2):436-440. PubMed PMID: 20228874. *Winner of the 2010 Karmanos Cancer Institute Research Award
(6) Schwartz KL, Dailey R, Bartoces M, Binienda J, Archer C, Neale AV. Predictors, barriers, and facilitators of lipid-lowering medication use among African Americans in a primary care clinic. Journal of the National Medical Association. 2009 Sep;101(9):944-52. PubMed PMID: 19806853.
(7) Penner LA, Dovidio JF, Edmondson D, Dailey RK, Markova T, Albrecht TL, Gaertner SL. The Experience of Discrimination and Black-White Health Disparities in Medical Care. Journal of Black Psychology. 2009 May 1;35(2). PubMed PMID: 24347741
(8) Neale AV, Northrup J, Dailey R, Marks E, Abrams J. Correction and use of biomedical literature affected by scientific misconduct. Science and Engineering Ethics, 2007; 13(1):5-24. PubMed PMID: 17703606.
(9) Dailey R, Schwartz K, Binienda J, Moorman J, Neale AV. Challenges in making therapeutic lifestyle changes among hypercholesterolemic African American patients and their physicians. Journal of the National Medical Association, 2006;98 (12):1895-1903. PubMed PMID: 17225831.
(10) Xu J, Bartoces M, Neale AV, Dailey R, Northrup J, Schwartz KL. Natural history of menopause symptoms in primary care patients: a MetroNet study. Journal of the American Board of Family Practice, 2005; 18(5):374-82. PubMed PMID: 16148247.
(11) Dailey R, Neale AV, Northrup J, West P, Schwartz KL. Herbal product use and menopause symptom relief in primary care patients: a MetroNet study. Journal of Women’s Health, 2003;12(7):633. PubMed PMID: 14583104.

Book Authorships, Editorships, and Chapters

Neale, AV, et al. PBRN Research Good Practices (PRGP). September 2014. http://www.napcrg.org/PBRNResearchGoodPractice

Published Abstracts

Xu J, Neale V, Dailey R, Northrup J, Schwartz K. Natural history of menopausal symptoms in primary care patients. Journal of Investigative Medicine, March 2005; 53 (2): S402-S402. http://jim.bmj.com/content/53/2/S402.4 DOI: 10.2310/6650.2005.00205.89.

Invited Lectures/Presentations
Local/regional

Dailey, Rhonda. “How to Use the Qualtrics Research Suite: A Web-based Survey Tool”. Department of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences, Wayne State University. Detroit, MI. 2014 Dec 10. Brown Bag Lecture Series 

Interests

Dr. Dailey’s interests include reducing disparities related to patient health literacy and health education and increasing the efficiency of primary care practices to improve patient outcomes.

Education Training

Courses Taught over the Last 2 Years

Medical Residents and Clinical Faculty: Co-Director for Scholarly Activity; Currently providing guidance and teaching research methods to Clinical Faculty and Family Medicine and Transitional Year residents on Scholarship activities, which include Quality Improvement projects, case reports and research projects

Graduate students: (FPH 7250, Applied Epidemiology), guest lecturer for 2015 and 2016 and provided a session on the basics of Qualtrics, a web-based survey program

Education

University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine: MD, 1998

Jackson State University: BS Biology, Cum Laude, W.E.B. DuBois Honors College Graduate, 1992

Post graduate Training

Fellow, Practice-Based Research Methods Certificate Program; Case-Western Reserve University, Collaborative Ohio Inquiry Network (COIN); 2016-present

University of Buffalo SUNY, Millard Fillmore College, Buffalo, NY: Practice Facilitation Certificate, 2014

Stanford University Faculty Development Training: Faculty Development Training, 2013

Research Associate, Wayne State University Department of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences, 2000-2016

Crozer Keystone Family Medicine Residency, Springfield, PA: Internship, Family Medicine, 2000