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CURRICULUM VITAE
PATRICK BRIAN BARLOW, PHD.
CONTACT INFORMATION:
5150 E Cheryl Pa...
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expectations. Conducted by Dr. Bob Porter at the University of
Tennessee, Knoxvil...
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RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
March 2014-Pres Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Pugh ...
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with sub-grantees and TN government officials, and preparing an
interim report. A...
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Affairs, which included: recording several focus groups;
transcription of audio r...
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Skolits, G., &Barlow, P.B. (2012). Interim Report for the Tennessee College Acces...
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TEACHING ACTIVITIES:
Spring 2014 Co-taught lecture series for Internal Medicine, ...
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Duties included: Curriculum development, lecture creation and
editing, activity c...
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Summer 2012 Co-taught lecture series for Pharmacy Residents. The University of
Te...
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Duties included: Curriculum development, lecture creation and
editing, activity ...
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(Parametric), Power Analysis, and Randomized Control Trial
Designs.
Fall 2011 Te...
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Barlow, P.B. (2014, March). Maximizing Benefit: Five Strategies for Getting the ...
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Lee, P.H., Franks, A.S., Barlow, P.B.& Farland, M.Z. (2012) Hospital Readmission...
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Mahlow, W.J., Shah, U.L., Hirsh, J.B., Cox, J.W. Jr., Barlow, P.B., Smith, T.L.,...
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Barlow, P.B.& Kelly, J. (2011, May). Assessing Needs of Probationary Students at...
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INVITED MANUSCRIPTS
Barlow, P.B., Smith, T.L., & Skolits, G. (2013). Five strate...
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specific surveys were developed to evaluate the teachers at baseline, immediatel...
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Role: Principle Investigator
10/10—12/10
University of Tennessee
Evaluation of t...
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Demystifying reflective practice: using the data model to enhance evaluators’
pr...
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The focus of this interdisciplinary project is to integrate a counselor educatio...
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2012 Coordinated review process for the Graduate Student and New
Evaluator TIG, ...
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REFERENCES
Gary Skolits, Ed.D.
Director of the Institute for Assessment and
Eval...
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  1. 1. Patrick Brian Barlow 1 Updated 5/12/2014 CURRICULUM VITAE PATRICK BRIAN BARLOW, PHD. CONTACT INFORMATION: 5150 E Cheryl Parkway, Unit 207 Phone: (763) 227-4585 Fitchburg, WI 53711 Email: barlow.p1218@gmail.com EDUCATION: 2014 Ph.D., Educational Psychology and Research Concentration: Evaluation, Statistics, and Measurement Cognate: Public Health (Epidemiology) University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee Dissertation: Development of the Biostatistics and Clinical Epidemiology Skills Assessment for Medical Residents Dissertation Chair: Gary Skolits, Ed. D. 2010 B.A., Psychology & English (double major), May 2010 Saint John's University, Collegeville, Minnesota ADDITIONAL TRAINING: Fall 2012 Best Practices in Teaching Program: Participated in a seven session workshop program that provided additional training to graduate students and future/new faculty members in teaching- related issues. Example topics were mentorship, course design, diversity in the classroom, classroom ethics and civility, and constructing a teaching portfolio. Upon successful completion of the program, participants receive a certificate for their teaching portfolios. Conducted by Dr. Joy DeSensi, Associate Dean of the Graduate School, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Fall 2011 TERA-PAMS Proposal Preparation: Participated in a two-hour training session to prepare principal investigators (PIs) to use the Tennessee Electronic Research Administration (TERA) system. The module used for proposal creation, routing/approval, and award maintenance is Proposal and Award Maintenance System (PAMS). Sponsored by the University of Tennessee Office of Research, Knoxville, TN. Fall 2011 Writing Successful Grants, Part I: The first in a two-part series. This two-hour workshop covered basic principles of good grant writing with special attention being paid to the perspectives of grant reviewers and how to write in ways that will meet their
  2. 2. Patrick Brian Barlow 2 Updated 5/12/2014 expectations. Conducted by Dr. Bob Porter at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Fall 2011 Writing Successful Grants, Part II: The second in a two-part series. This two-hour workshop covered basic principles of good grant writing with special attention being paid to the perspectives of grant reviewers and how to write in ways that will meet their expectations. Conducted by Dr. Bob Porter at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Fall 2011 Finding Funding: Participated in a two-hour workshop that focused on the use of online tools such as Community of Science, the Foundation Center, and Grants.gov to help find appropriate sources of funding for specific research interests.Conducted by Dr. Bob Porter at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Fall 2010 SPSS Training Workshop: Participated in a three-hour training session on data management and statistical analyses with IBM SPSS v. 18 conducted by Dr. Jennifer Ann Morrow at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. Fall 2010 NIH Ethics Training for Human Subjects Research: Completed the online certification for ethical practice in human subjects research sponsored by the National Institute of Health (NIH). Fall 2010 CITI Ethics Training for Human Subjects Research: Completed the online certification program for ethical practice in human subjects research sponsored by the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI). 2008-2010 Teagle Foundation Supported Course ―Assessment 101‖: Participated in twenty-four workshops entitled ―Assessment 101‖ focused on educating faculty members and staff on effective assessment techniques. Conducted by Dr. Philip Kramer and Dr. Kenneth Jones of Saint John's University and the College of Saint Benedict, Collegeville, MN. Spring 2009 Teagle Research Scholar Training: Participated in one semester of graduate-level educational research training to prepare three students for assisting faculty and staff members with assessment research. Conducted by Dr. Philip Kramer of Saint John's University, Collegeville, MN.
  3. 3. Patrick Brian Barlow 3 Updated 5/12/2014 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE: March 2014-Pres Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Pugh Research Lab, Department of Surgery, The University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine & Public Health. Supervisor: Dr. Carla Pugh, MD, PhD. Duties include: Developing the evaluation, assessment, and research methodology for several large-scale grants for surgical education using simulation. Spring 2013- Spring 2014 Graduate Research Assistant at the Institute for Assessment and Evaluation. Supervisor: Dr. Gary Skolits, Ed. D. Duties included: Managing a statewide evaluation of the Tennessee College Access and Success Network which included meeting with stakeholders, developing data collection methods, conducting qualitative interviews with state and national college access representatives, analyzing data, writing two large reports, and presenting findings to stakeholders. Approximately 10 hours per week, paid. Fall 2012-Pres Graduate Student Intern at the University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine. Supervisors: Dr. James Neutens, MD, Dr. William Metheny, PhD., Eric Heidel, PhD. Duties include: One of two statistical and research design consultants for the UT Graduate School of Medicine. Responsible for providing educational interventions, research consultation, and statistical consultation for all medical fellows, residents, and faculty at the University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine. The internship experience also focuses on curricular and assessment development related to my dissertation. Approximately 10 hours per week, paid. Fall 2012 Graduate Research Assistant at the University of Tennessee (Institute for Assessment and Evaluation). Supervisors: Dr. Gary Skolits. Duties included: Managed a large, state-wide evaluation for the Tennessee College Access and Success Network. Management duties included meeting with stakeholders, developing interview protocols, coordinating an evaluation team, conducting interviews
  4. 4. Patrick Brian Barlow 4 Updated 5/12/2014 with sub-grantees and TN government officials, and preparing an interim report. Approximately 10 hours per week, paid. Fall 2012 Graduate Research Assistant at the University of Tennessee (Educational Psychology Department). Supervisor: Dr. Jennifer Ann Morrow Duties included: Working on a grant funded by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) funded grant, which included formal editing, and data visualization for technical reports. Also, provided measurement consultation services to develop, edit, and validate a new instrument created under a grant funded by the Tennessee Department of Intellectual Disabilities. Approximately 10 hours per week, paid. Fall 2011-Fall 2012 Internship in Evaluation: UT-PSCC Bridge Program Evaluation at the University of Tennessee. Supervisors: Dr. Ruth Darling, Dr. Gary Skolits. Duties included: Designing, implementing, and reporting on an evaluation of the new UT-PSCC Bridge Program aimed at assisting students to be successful at the University of Tennessee through cooperation with the local community college system. Fall 2010-Fall 2012 Graduate Research Assistant at the University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine. Supervisors: Dr. James Neutons, MD, Dr. William Metheny, PhD. Duties included: One of three statistical and research design consultants for the UT Graduate School of Medicine. Responsible for providing educational interventions, research consultation, and statistical consultation for all medical fellows, residents, and faculty at the University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine. Approximately 20 hours per week, paid. Fall 2010 Graduate Research Assistant at the University of Tennessee (Educational Psychology Department). Supervisor: Dr. Jennifer Ann Morrow Duties included: Working on a grant funded by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) funded grant, which included formal editing of technical reports and learning about qualitative research methods. Additionally, working on an evaluation of the University of Tennessee’s Division of Student
  5. 5. Patrick Brian Barlow 5 Updated 5/12/2014 Affairs, which included: recording several focus groups; transcription of audio recordings; qualitative coding of transcription; and preparing final technical reports. Approximately 5-10 hours per week, paid. Fall 2010 Graduate Research Assistant at the University of Tennessee (Institute for Assessment and Evaluation). Supervisors: Dr. Gary Skolits and Dr. Stephanie Robinson. Duties included: Working on several evaluation projects including a review of literature on college access for the GEAR-UP program. Approximately 10 hours per week, paid. EVALUATION AND GRANT REPORTS: Barlow, P.B., & Smith, T.L. (2013). Final Report on Transcript Analysis for the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University. For Dr. Phil Kramer, The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University. (no Project #, 1 Table, 1 Figure, 10 pages). Morrow, J.A., Skolits, G., Hughes, A., Pathirage, N., Walpitage, L., &Barlow, P.B. (2013). University of Tennessee’s Undergraduate Advising – Final Evaluation Report. For Dr. Ruth Darling, Assistant Provost for Student Success, University of Tennessee. (no Project #, 42 Tables, 4 Figures, 3 appendices, 87 pages). Morrow, J.A., Hughes, A., Barlow P.B.,& Skolits, G. (2013). University of Tennessee’s Advisors’ Survey – Brief Report. For Dr. Ruth Darling, Assistant Provost for Student Success, University of Tennessee. (no Project #, 16 Tables, 2 Figures, 0 appendices, 27 pages). Morrow, J.A., Skolits, G., Barlow P.B.,Hughes, A. (2013). University of Tennessee’s Advisors’ Interviews – Brief Report. For Dr. Ruth Darling, Assistant Provost for Student Success, University of Tennessee. (no Project #, 6 Tables, 0 Figures, 1 appendix, 11 pages). Morrow, J.A., Barlow P.B., Hughes, A., & Skolits, G. (2013). University of Tennessee’s Advisors’ Survey – Brief Report – Open-Ended. For Dr. Ruth Darling, Assistant Provost for Student Success, University of Tennessee. (no Project #, 8 Tables, 0 Figures, 0 Appendices, 33 pages). Skolits, G., &Barlow, P.B. (2013). The Tennessee College Access & Success Network: Study Results & Stakeholder Perspectives. For Dr. Bob Obrohta, Executive Director for the Tennessee College Access and Success Network. (no Project #, 0 Tables, 0 Figures, 4 appendices, 28 pages).
  6. 6. Patrick Brian Barlow 6 Updated 5/12/2014 Skolits, G., &Barlow, P.B. (2012). Interim Report for the Tennessee College Access and Success Network (TCASN). For Dr. Bob Obrohta, Executive Director for the Tennessee College Access and Success Network. (no Project #, 0 Tables, 0 Figures, 10 pages). Barlow, P.B.& Abernathy, J. (2012). UT-Knoxville Pellissippi State Community College Bridge Program Evaluation Results. For Dr. Ruth Darling, Assistant Provost for Student Success, University of Tennessee. (no Project #, 6 tables, 4 figures, 6 appendices, 45 pages). Barlow, P.B. (2011). Evaluation Results for Counselor Education 212 Career and Personal Development. For Dr. Tricia McClam, Professor & Associate Department Head, Counselor Education, University of Tennessee.(no Project #; 5 tables; 1 figure; 1 appendix; no references; 10 pages). Barlow, P.B. (2011). UT-Knoxville Pellissippi State Community College Bridge Program Evaluation Results. For Dr. Ruth Darling, Assistant Provost for Student Success, University of Tennessee. (no Project #; 5 tables; 2 figures; 2 appendices; no references; 19 pages). Barlow, P.B. (2011). Analyses of Gender Differences for Academic Probation.For Mr. Jason Kelly, Assistant Dean and Director of Academic Advising, The College of Saint Benedict & Saint John’s University. (no Project #; 2 tables; 2 figures; no appendices; no references; 5 pages). Barlow, P.B. (2011). Assessing Needs of Probationary Students at The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University. For Mr. Jason Kelly, Assistant Dean and Director of Academic Advising, The College of Saint Benedict & Saint John’s University. (no Project #; 5 tables; 6 figures; 6 appendices; no references; 54 pages). Barlow, P.B., Kaesbauer, S.& Morrow, J.A. (2011). UT Counseling Center VolAware focus group results – LGBT students. For Dr. Connie Briscoe, Assistant Director of Student Counseling, University of Tennessee. (no Project #; 6 tables; 3 appendices; no references; 18 pages). Barlow, P.B., Black, J., Morrow, J.A., Kaesbauer, S., Smith, T., Cisney-Booth, A., & Skolits, G.(2011). UT Student Focus Group Results. For Ms. Melissa Shivers, Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, University of Tennessee. (no Project #; 5 tables; 2 appendices; no references; 16 pages). Barlow, P.B., Skolits, G., Morrow, J.A., Smith, T., Kaesbauer, S., & Cisney-Booth, A. (2011). UT Staff Focus Group Results. For Ms. Melissa Shivers, Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, University of Tennessee. (no Project #; 4 tables; 2 appendices; no references; 15 pages).
  7. 7. Patrick Brian Barlow 7 Updated 5/12/2014 TEACHING ACTIVITIES: Spring 2014 Co-taught lecture series for Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, and Transitional Year residents. The University of Tennessee Medical Center. Supervisor: Eric Heidel, PhD. Duties included: Curriculum development, lecture creation and editing, activity creation, and giving one-hour lectures on Comparing Research Designs, Commonly Used Statistics in Medicine, and Common Measures of Association in Medical Research. Fall 2013 Co-taught lecture series for Anesthesiology residents, Family Medicine residents, Radiology residents, OGBYN residents, Oralmaxiofacial Surgery residents, Pharmacy residents, and Internal Medicine residents. The University of Tennessee Medical Center. Supervisor: Eric Heidel, PhD. Duties included: Curriculum development, lecture creation and editing, activity creation, and giving one-hour lectures on Comparing Research Designs, Commonly Used Statistics in Medicine, and Common Measures of Association in Medical Research. Summer 2013 Co-taught lecture series for Pharmacy Residents. The University of Tennessee Medical Center. Supervisor: Eric Heidel, PhD. Duties included: Curriculum development, lecture creation and editing, activity creation, and giving one-hour lectures on Comparing Research Designs and Common Measures of Association in Medical Research. Summer 2013 Co-taught lecture series for Pathology Residents. The University of Tennessee Medical Center. Supervisor: Eric Heidel, PhD. Duties included: Curriculum development, lecture creation and editing, activity creation, and giving one-hour lectures on Comparing Research Designs and Common Measures of Association in Medical Research. Summer 2013 Co-taught lecture series for Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBGYN) Residents. The University of Tennessee Medical Center. Supervisor: Eric Heidel, PhD.
  8. 8. Patrick Brian Barlow 8 Updated 5/12/2014 Duties included: Curriculum development, lecture creation and editing, activity creation, and giving one-hour lectures on Comparing Research Designs and Common Measures of Association in Medical Research. Summer 2013 Co-taught Fellowship Research Week 2013. The University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville. Supervisor: William Metheny, PhD. Duties included: Curriculum, syllabus, and activity development, PowerPoint creation and editing, creation of evaluation materials, co-taught: Biostatistics Overview &Developing the Research Question using the FINER test; Comparing Research Designs,Measurement of Variables, & Power Analysis; Commonly Used Statistics in Medicine; Common Measures of Association; Survival and diagnostic testing; and Equivalence/non-inferiority and Meta-Analysis. . Spring 2013 Guest Lecturer for Family Medicine residents and faculty members. The University of Tennessee Medical Center. Duties included: Gave three monthly lectures to the family medicine journal club attendees on statistical versus clinical significance, factorial and cross-over clinical trials, and diagnostic/screening test indices (i.e. sensitivity, specificity, and predictive value). Fall 2012 Teaching Assistant at the University of Tennessee for Survey Research (EP 583) under Dr. Jennifer Morrow. Duties included: Assisted with in class discussions and activities, provided feedback on student projects, developed a new activity on survey item creation, developed two new lectures on statistical analysis, developed activities for two statistical analysis lectures, co-taught two statistical analysis lectures with another TA. Fall 2012 Teaching Assistant at the University of Tennessee for Principles of Epidemiology (PUBH 540) under Dr. Paul Terry. Duties included: Assisted with class discussions and activities, provided private and group tutoring sessions to students, developed lectures on comparing research designs and common measures of statistical association, presented lecture on comparing research designs.
  9. 9. Patrick Brian Barlow 9 Updated 5/12/2014 Summer 2012 Co-taught lecture series for Pharmacy Residents. The University of Tennessee Medical Center. Supervisor: Eric Heidel, PhD. Duties included: Curriculum development, lecture creation and editing, activity development, homework creation, co-taught: Biostatistics and Research Overview (Homework: Research Design and Measurement of Variables), Developing the Research Question Using the FINER Test, Measurement & Power Analysis Database ManagementParametric Statistics,Non-Parametric Statistics: Odds, Risk, and Sensitivity/Specificity. Summer 2012: Co-taught Fellowship Research Week. The University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville. Supervisor: William Metheny, PhD. Duties included: Curriculum, syllabus, and activity development, PowerPoint creation and editing, creation of evaluation materials, co-taught: Biostatistics Overview &Developing the Research Question using the FINER test; Research Designs,Measurement of Variables, & Power Analysis; The Importance of IRB&Preparing for Statistical Consultation; Commonly Used Statistics I: Parametric Statistics; Commonly Used Statistics II: Odds, Relative Risk, Sensitivity & Specificity; Advanced Statistical Methodology: Survival, Equivalence, Meta-Analysis; and How to Present at a National Meeting. Spring 2012: Co-taught lecture series for Internal Medicine Residents. The University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville. Supervisor: William Metheny, PhD. Duties included: Curriculum development, lecture creation and editing, activity development, homework creation, co-taught: Biostatistics and Research Overview (Homework: Research Design and Measurement of Variables), Developing the Research Question Using the FINER Test, Measurement & Power Analysis Database Management (Homework: Literature Search and Power Analysis), Parametric Statistics (Homework: Determining the Right Statistic I), Non-Parametric Statistics: Odds, Risk, and Sensitivity/Specificity (Homework: Determining the Right Statistic II). Spring 2012: Co-taught lecture series for Internal Medicine Transitional Year Residents. The University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville. Supervisor: William Metheny, PhD.
  10. 10. Patrick Brian Barlow 10 Updated 5/12/2014 Duties included: Curriculum development, lecture creation and editing, activity development, co-taught: Developing the Research Question Using the FINER Test&Research Design and Measurement of Variables, How to Interpret Commonly Used Statistics in Medical Research, and Preparing for Statistical Consultation& Database Management. Spring 2012: Co-taught lectureseries for Pathology Residents. The University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville. Supervisor: William Metheny, PhD. Duties included: Curriculum development, lecture creation and editing, activity development, co-taught: Biostatistics Overview, Measurement of Variables & Statistical Power, Developing the Research Question Using the FINER Test, Preparing for Statistical Consultation, Commonly Used Parametric and Non-Parametric Statistics. Fall 2011 Co-taught lecture for Nurses Research Council. The University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville. Supervisor: William Metheny, PhD. Duties included: Lecture and activity development which resulted in a thirty minute lecture on how to read and interpret statistics in the nursing literature. Topics addressed included: How to critique statistical methods in published literature, how to interpret common parametric statistics, and how to interpret common nonparametric statistics when read in the literature. Fall 2011 Co-taught lecture series for Radiology Research Presentations. The University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville. Supervisor: William Metheny, PhD. Duties included: Curriculum development, lecture creation and editing, activity development, co-taught: Measurement of Variables, Power Analysis, Measurement of Risks, Selecting the Correct Statistic, Parametric and Non-Parametric Statistics, Research Design (brief overview of RCTs). Fall 2011 Co-taught lecture series for Pharmacy Residents. The University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville. Supervisor: William Metheny, PhD. Duties included: co-taught: Comparing Research Designs (Observational Research, Cohort, Case Control, Longitudinal, Cross-sectional, Case Study), Statistics for Clinicians I
  11. 11. Patrick Brian Barlow 11 Updated 5/12/2014 (Parametric), Power Analysis, and Randomized Control Trial Designs. Fall 2011 Teaching Assistant at the University of Tennessee for Statistics in Applied Fields II (EP 677) under Dr. Jennifer Morrow. Duties included: Wrote and presented a lecture on IBM SPSS v. 19 training (one hour); grading homework and posting feedback to Blackboard Online module; proctoring and grading exams; creating various classroom activities including logistic regression practice; providing an in-class walkthrough on SPSS for each of six homework assignments; and assisting students with additional out of class practice. Summer 2011 Co-taught Fellows’ Research Week. The University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville. Supervisor: William Metheny, PhD. Duties included: Curriculum development, PowerPoint creation and editing, activity development, co-taught: Comparing Research Designs (Observational Research, Cohort, Case Control, Longitudinal, Cross-sectional, Case Study), Statistics for Clinicians I (Parametric), Preparing for Statistical Consultation (Data Management). Spring 2011 Teaching Assistant at the University of Tennessee for Statistics in Applied Fields I (EP 577) under Dr. Jennifer Morrow. Duties included: Wrote and presented a lecture on IBM SPSS v. 18 training (two activities, two hours and fifty minutes); grading homework and posting feedback to Blackboard Online module; proctoring and grading exams; creating various classroom activities including one-way ANOVA practice; and assisting students with additional out of class practice. RESEARCH PRESENTED AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS: Barlow, P.B. (2014, October). An Introduction to Item Response Theory for the Casual User. Workshop Demonstration submitted to the 2014 American Evaluation Association Conference (AEA), Denver, CO. Barlow, P.B. (2014, October). Developing the Biostatistics and Clinical Epidemiology Skills Assessment for Medical Residents. Oral Presentation submitted to the 2014 American Evaluation Association Conference (AEA), Denver, CO.
  12. 12. Patrick Brian Barlow 12 Updated 5/12/2014 Barlow, P.B. (2014, March). Maximizing Benefit: Five Strategies for Getting the Most from Your Survey Assessment Instruments. Poster presented at the ACS-AIE Annual Consortium Meeting, Chicago, IL. Smith, T. L., Peters, J., Skolits, G., &Barlow, P.B. (2013, October). Demystifying Reflective Practice: Using the DATA Model to Enhance Evaluators Professional Activities. Paper presented to the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association (AEA), Washington, DC. Morrow, J.A., Skolits, G., Barlow, P.B, Cisney-Booth, &Smith, T. L.(2013, October). Preparing to Go on the Job Market: Strategies for Academic and Non-Academic Job Searches. Paper presented to the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association (AEA), Washington, DC. Barlow, P.B. (2013, June). ―Learning by Doing:‖ A Hands-on Approach to Multiple Choice Assessment. Workshop conducted at the Association for Assessment of Learning in Higher Education (AALHE), Lexington, KY. Barlow, P.B., Smith, T.L., Metheny, W. & Heidel, R.E. (2012, October). Methods for Developing Assessment Instruments to Generate Useful Data in the Presence of Vague Course Objectives. Oral presentation given at the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association (AEA), Minneapolis, MN. Smith, T.L., Barlow, P.B., Heidel, R.E. & Metheny, W. (2012, October). Application of Assessment and Evaluation Data to Improve a Dynamic Graduate Medical Education Curriculum. Oral presentation given at the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association (AEA), Minneapolis, MN. Barlow, P.B.& Heidel, R.E., (2012, October). Retrospective Application of Systems Thinking and Isomorphism to a Complex Multi-Institutional Evaluation Project. Oral presentation given at the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association (AEA), Minneapolis, MN. Jeffcoach, D.R.,Sams, V.G., Lawson, C.M., Enderson, B.L., Smith, S.T., Kline, H., Barlow, P.B., Wylie, D.R., Krumenacker, L.A., McMillen, J.C., Pyda, J.,& Daley, B.J. Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Medications Impact on Non-Union and Infection Rates in Long Bone Fractures. Oral presentation given to the American Surgical Congress Sams, V.G.,Jeffcoach, D.R., Lawson, C.M., Enderson, B.L., Smith, S.T., Kline, H., Barlow, P.B., Wylie, D.R., Krumenacker, L.A., McMillen, J.C., Pyda, J.,& Daley, B.J. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications impact non-union and infection rates in long bone fractures. Oral presentation presented at the Tennessee Committee on Trauma Competition, Tennessee Chapter, American College of Surgeons Annual Scientific Meeting, Chattanooga, TN August 2012. *Won second place award*
  13. 13. Patrick Brian Barlow 13 Updated 5/12/2014 Lee, P.H., Franks, A.S., Barlow, P.B.& Farland, M.Z. (2012) Hospital Readmission and Emergency Department Use in Patients With Severely Uncontrolled Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Oral presentation presented at the annual Southeastern Residency Conference in April, 2012. Athens, Georgia. Hopkins K., Van Nes J., Zite, N., Barlow, P. B., Lockett, A., & Smith, T. L. (2012).Robotics Surgery: Changing resident operative education and experience. Oral presentation presented at the annual meeting of Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstertics and Congress of Obstertricians and Gynecologysts (APGO & CREOG) in March, 2012. Orlando, Florida. Zite N, Hopkins K., Van Nes J., Barlow, P. B., Lockett, A., & Smith, T. L. Robotic Surgery Impact on Resident Hysterectomy Experience: A Survey of Residency Coordinators and Directors.Poster presented at the annual meeting of Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstertics and Congress of Obstertricians and Gynecologysts (APGO & CREOG) in March, 2012. Orlando, Florida. Van Nes J, Hopkins K., Zite, N., Barlow, P. B., Lockett, A., & Smith, T. L. Survey-based Research in OB/GYN-Are We Getting the Data We Need to Better Educate Our Residents?Poster presented at the annual meeting of Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstertics and Congress of Obstertricians and Gynecologysts (APGO & CREOG) in March, 2012. Orlando, Florida. Sams, V.G., Lawson, C.M., Coan, P.N., Bemis, D.A., Newkirk, K.M., Karlstad, M.D., Norwood, J., Barlow, P.B., Goldman, M.H., & Daley, B.J. (2012, January).Effect of Local Anesthetic on Microorganisms in a Murine Model of Surgical Site Infection. Oral presentation given at the 25th Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma Annual Scientific Assembly, Orlando, FL. Skolits, G., Morrow, J. A., Barlow, P. B., Cisney-Booth, A., Heidel, R., Lenard, B., Sall, A. B., Smith, T. L. (2011, November). Helping New Evaluators Conceptualize, Manage, and Reflect Upon Initial Evaluation Experiences: Easing the Transition from Classroom to Practice. Oral presentation given at the American Evaluation Association conference, Anaheim, CA. Barlow, P. B., Heidel, R., &Smith, T. L. (2011, November). New Venues for Practical Experience in Evaluation: Cultivation of Evaluator Competencies Within a Graduate School of Medicine. Roundtablediscussion held at the American Evaluation Association conference, Anaheim, CA. Barlow, P.B. (2011, November) Assessing Needs of Probationary Students at a Private Liberal Arts University. Poster presented at the American Evaluation Association conference, Anaheim, CA.
  14. 14. Patrick Brian Barlow 14 Updated 5/12/2014 Mahlow, W.J., Shah, U.L., Hirsh, J.B., Cox, J.W. Jr., Barlow, P.B., Smith, T.L., Heidel, R., & Wortham, D.C. (2011, May). Does Securing The Implantable Pulse Generator To The Pectoralis Fascia Affect Complication Rates?Poster presented atThe Heart Rhythm Society’s 32nd Annual Scientific Sessions, San Francisco, CA. Mahlow, W.J., Shah, U.L., Hirsh, J.B., Cox, J.W. Jr., Smith, T.L., Barlow, P.B., Heidel, R., & Wortham, D.C. (2011, May). Late Complications Following Pacemaker Or Defibrillator Implantation: An Eight Year Single Center Experience.Poster presentedThe Heart Rhythm Society’s 32nd Annual Scientific Sessions, San Francisco, CA. Barlow, P.B. (2010, August) Collection, Analysis, and Dissemination of CLA Data at CSBSJU. Poster presented the CIC/CLA Consortium Summer Meeting, Jersey City, NJ. Kramer, P., Jones, K., Wing, C., and Barlow, P.B. (2010 August) CIC/CLA Consortium Action Plans—College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University. Roundtable discussion held at the CIC/CLA Consortium Summer Meeting, Jersey City, NJ. OTHER PRESENTATIONS: Brown, K., Meyers, C.R., Grubaugh, J., and Barlow, P.B. (2013), September). Focus on Practice-Based Research: The Women’s Clinic Missed Appointments Study. Oral presentation given as part of the 2013 Department of Public Health Presentation to the Board of Advisors for the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences. Barlow, P.B. & Abernathy, J. (2012, September). Summary of Bridge Program Year One Evaluation.Oral presentation given at the September 2012 meeting of the University of Tennessee & Pellissippi State Community College Bridge Program Committee, Knoxville, TN. Barlow, P.B., (2012, April). Summary ofResults for Bridge Back to UT Orientation Survey. Oral presentation given at the April 2012 meeting of the University of Tennessee & Pellissippi State Community College Bridge Program Committee, Knoxville, TN. Barlow, P.B., (2011, September). Results of UT/PSCC Bridge Program Evaluation. Oral presentation given at the September 2011 meeting of the University of Tennessee & Pellissippi State Community College Bridge Program Committee, Knoxville, TN. Kelly, J. &Barlow, P.B. (2011, August). Research on Academic Underachievement at CSB/SJU, Who and Why? Oral Presentation given at the 2011 College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University Fall Faculty Workshop, St. Joseph, MN.
  15. 15. Patrick Brian Barlow 15 Updated 5/12/2014 Barlow, P.B.& Kelly, J. (2011, May). Assessing Needs of Probationary Students at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University. Oral presentation given at the 2011 College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University Scholarship and Creativity Day, Collegeville, MN. Barlow, P.B. Cisney-Booth, A.M., Smith, T.L., & Morrow, J.A. (2011, March). Strengthening the Social Network: Religiosity and Spirituality in First-Year Perceptions of Belongingness. Poster presented at the University of Tennessee 7th Annual College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences Graduate Student Advisory Board Research Colloquium, Knoxville, TN. Barlow, P.B. (2010, December). Assessing Needs of Probationary Students at Saint John's University and the College of Saint Benedict. Poster presented at the Program Evaluation Poster Presentation, Knoxville, TN. PUBLISHED MANUSCRIPTS Shoulders, B. R., Franks, A. S., Barlow, P. B., Williams, J. D., & Farland, M. Z. (2014). Impact of Pharmacists ’ Interventions and Simvastatin Dose Restrictions. The Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 48(1), 54-61. doi:10.1177/1060028013511323 Lee, P. H., Franks, A. S., Barlow, P. B., & Farland, M. Z. (2014). Hospital readmission and emergency department use based on prescribing patterns in patients with severely uncontrolled type 2 diabetes mellitus. Diabetes technology & therapeutics, 16(3), 150–5. doi:10.1089/dia.2013.0168 Jeffcoach, D.R.,Sams, V.G., Lawson, C.M., Enderson, B.L., Smith, S.T., Kline, H.,Barlow, P.B., Wylie, D.R., Krumenacker, L.A., McMillen, J.C., Pyda, J.,& Daley, B.J. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs’ impact on nonunion and infection rates in long-bone fractures. The journal of trauma and acute care surgery, 76(3), 779–783. doi:10.1097/TA.0b013e3182aafe0d. (Impact factor: 2.348). Sams, V. G., Lawson, C. M., Humphrey, C. L., Brantley, S. L., Schumacher, L. M., Karlstad, M. D., Norwood, J. E., Jungwirth, J.A., Conley, C.P., Kurek, S., Barlow, P.B.& Daley, B.J. (2012). Effect of rotational therapy on aspiration risk of enteral feeds.Nutrition in Clinical Practice, 0884533612462897–. doi:10.1177/0884533612462897(Impact factor: 1.594) Sams, V., Lawson, C.M., Coan, P., Bemis, D., Newkirk, K., Karlstad, M., Norwood, J., Barlow, P.B., Goldman, M.H. & Daley, B.J. (2012). Effect of local anesthetic on microorganisms in a murine model of surgical site infection.The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 73(2), 441–6. doi:10.1097/TA.0b013e3182583e4f
  16. 16. Patrick Brian Barlow 16 Updated 5/12/2014 INVITED MANUSCRIPTS Barlow, P.B., Smith, T.L., & Skolits, G. (2013). Five strategies for effective assessment in graduate medical education. World Medical & Health Policy, 6 (1) p. 51-62. MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEWOR IN PREPARATION Smith, T. L., Peters, J. M., Skolits, G. J., Barlow, P. B. (Under Review). Demystifying reflective practice: Using the DATA model to enhance evaluators’ professional activities.Evaluation and Program Planning. Barlow, P.B., Skolits, G. (2014). An Introduction to Item Response Theory for the Casual User. Manuscript in preparation. Barlow, P.B., Skolits, G., Metheny, W., Heidel, R.E. (2014). Development of the Biostatistics and Clinical Epidemiology Skills Assessment for Medical Residents. Manuscript in preparation for submission to the Journal of Graduate Medical Education. Farland, M.Z., Franks, A.S., Barlow, P.B., Rowe, S.A., Chisolm-Burns, M. (2014). Assessment of student study patterns, performance, and long-term knowledge retention following use of didactic lecture compared to team-based learning. Manuscript submitted to The American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. Bourgeois, A., Faulkner, A., Barlow, P.B., Bradley, Y., Gash, J., Reid, W.S. (2013). Increasing the accuracy of minimally invasive transpedicular screw placement in the lumbar spine with three dimensional stereotactic image guidance. Manuscript rejected to The Spine Journal. (Impact factor 3.55). Barlow, P. B., Smith, T. L., Heidel, R. E., Metheny, W. (2013, September). Applying an integrated course design model to a weeklong biostatistics and clinical epidemiology course for sub-specialty fellows. Manuscript Rejected from Academic Medicine. Krumenacker, L., Winters, S., Faircloth, B., McMillen, J., Wylie, D., Barlow, P.B., Ranganath, H., & Branca, P. (2013). Insulin glargine vs. NPH Insulin in critically ill patients. Manuscript in preparation for submission. PROGRAMEVALUATION PROJECTS 9/13 – 3/14 University of Tennessee Evaluation of the STEMSpark Program This evaluation consists of a longitudinal cross-sectional measurement of middle school science teachers as they complete a series of professional development trainings. Three
  17. 17. Patrick Brian Barlow 17 Updated 5/12/2014 specific surveys were developed to evaluate the teachers at baseline, immediately post- training, and at the end of the school year. Role: Student Evaluation Team Advisor 2/13 – 10/13 University of Tennessee Women’s Health Clinic No-Show Study This is a mixed-methods assessment of need for the Knoxville Department of Health’s Women’s Health Clinic. The aim of the project is to ascertain the reasons for missed appointments at the clinic, and provide feedback as the organization transitions to a new records system. Role: Student Researcher 7/12-9/13 University of Tennessee Evaluation of the Tennessee College Access and Success Network This two-year project is a mixed-method evaluation of a new statewide college access network created in provide resources and support to state, local, and non-profit college access and success programs across Tennessee. Role: Co-Principle Investigator, Student Evaluation Team Manager. 3/13 – 8/13 Collegeville, Minnesota Evaluation of the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University Common Curriculum We were tasked to perform a mixed-methods evaluation of the Common Curriculum at these two institutions as part of a larger report prepared by Dr. Phil Kramer (CSB/SJU). The project included both a quantitative analysis of student transcripts, and a series of one-on-one interviews with some of the students. Role: Co-Principal Investigator 10/12-5/13 Minneapolis, Minnesota Evaluation of the Wellstone-Barlow Mental Health Initiative This evaluation is an ongoing, developmental evaluation of a new mental health non- profit initiative founded by David Wellstone and Ken Barlow. The initiative is aimed at reducing the stigma surrounding mental illness through providingeducation, supporting policy, and raising awareness of the issue. Role: Principal Investigator 5/11-9/12 University of Tennessee Evaluation of the University of Tennessee Bridge Program This project will be evaluating the pilot implementation of a new program at UT designed to aid students in making a successful transition to college after completing a year in a community college.
  18. 18. Patrick Brian Barlow 18 Updated 5/12/2014 Role: Principle Investigator 10/10—12/10 University of Tennessee Evaluation of the FINRA Investor Education Program for College Students This project assessed the effectiveness of an online investor education program for college students sponsored by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Role: Graduate Assistant. 08/10—8/11 University of Tennessee Assessing Needs of Probationary Students at Saint John's University and the College of Saint Benedict The goal of this project was to evaluate the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University’s office of Academic Advising to address issues with students on academic probation. Role: Principal Investigator 1/11—3/11 University of Tennessee Evaluation Services for the University of Tennessee Division of Student Affairs The purpose of this project is to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, and effectiveness of the University of Tennessee’s division of Student Affairs. Role: Graduate Assistant RESEARCH PROJECTS 1/14 – Present Using Partial Credit Models as Evidence for Multiple-Choice Test Distractor Analysis In collaboration with a colleague in pharmacy education, we plan to administer several exams using a partial credit model in which a student assigns a value of ―points‖ to each possible multiple-choice option based on their confidence in that option being correct. These ratings will then be compared to traditional distractor analysis results. 9/13 – Present ―Meta-Validity:‖ Assessing the Tools for Gathering Content Validity Evidence in Assessment Research This new project stems from developing the BACES assessment’s content validity evidence. Although content validity is used very often instrument development, the process by which the evidence is gathered is somewhat lax when compared to the impact such feedback can have on the overall instrument creation process. To that end, this project puts forth a more rigorous, systematic approach to gathering content validity evidence. 8/13 – Present
  19. 19. Patrick Brian Barlow 19 Updated 5/12/2014 Demystifying reflective practice: using the data model to enhance evaluators’ professional activities The focus for this project is to investigate the use of reflective practice in evaluation in an effort to enhance evaluators’ professional practice. Reflective practice, one of the core competencies for evaluators, is rarely thought of as a systematic and deliberate process. This project uses the DATA model to provide a framework for implementing reflective practice into evaluation. 8/13 – Present Using Integrated Course Design in Graduate Medical Education This project stems from Dee Fink’s (2003, 2013) work on integrated course design, and extends the concept to help graduate medical education professionals conceptualize their interventions in a new way, specifically when designing curriculum for the non-clinical skills such as biostatistics and epidemiologic research methods. 07/13-Present Characteristics of Academic Health Departments This project is a nationwide survey of practitioners and faculty who serve as members of an Academic Health Department (AHD). The aim of the study is to assess the demographic characteristics and common activities of these AHDs. 07/12-Present Development of the Biostatistical and Clinical Epidemiologic Skills (BACES) Assessment for Medical Residents The focus of this dissertation research project is to build off my previous research on assessing resident knowledge in clinical epidemiology and biostatistics to develop and validate a new assessment instrument using Item Response Theory (IRT). The long-term goal for the project is a reliable yet adaptable set of items that can be used to supplement the varied approaches to teaching these topics in the Graduate Medical Education environment. Past Projects: 08/10-03/14 Statistical and Research Design Consultant: The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Office of Medical Education, Research, & Development This entry encompasses a series of over 100 different resident and faculty-led research projects and over 300 separate consultations that took place from 2010 to 2014. Duties on these projects ranged from minor assistance with statistical analysis, write-up, and interpretation, to fully participating in the development, design, analysis, and publication of the research study. 06/12-6/13 Integration of Isomorphism into Systems-Thinking Evaluation
  20. 20. Patrick Brian Barlow 20 Updated 5/12/2014 The focus of this interdisciplinary project is to integrate a counselor education construct known as isomorphism into systems-thinking evaluation. The goal is to use both constructs to bolster evaluator knowledge of the conflicts and difficulties that can arise when two similar, complex systems must unify toward a common objective. 07/11—7/12 Assessing Baseline Research and Statistical Knowledge of Medical Residents This project focuses on the creation and pilot-testing of a new baseline knowledge assessment for medical residents and fellows. I am testing medical residents before and after a series of educational interventions on basic statistics and research-related topics. 01/11—6/11 ICD/Pacemaker Survey Research My colleague Tiffany Smith and I assessed a homegrown survey assessing the prevalence of certain electrocardiologist practices across the country. This survey was created for Dr. William Mahlow, MD. Role: Graduate Assistant: Survey methodology and statistical consultant, database construction, data collection/analysis, survey creation and dissemination, and appropriating the project budget. 09/10—02/11 Religiosity and Spirituality in First-Year Perceptions of Belongingness This project was formed as a preliminary analysis of the link between religious attitudes and strength of social support systems in the first year of college. Role: Co-Principal Investigator: Responsible for all statistical analyses, and assisting in presentation of findings. MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES 2011 – Present American Evaluation Association (AEA), Graduate Student and New Evaluator Topical Interest Group (GSNE TIG), Higher Education Assessment TIG CONFERENCE SUBMISSION REVIEWER 2011 – 2014 Reviewed submissions to the 2011 – 2014 American Evaluation Association conference as a member of the GSNE TIG. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 2012 – 2013 Member of the Board of Advisors for the Wellston-Barlow Mental Health Initiative 2012 Chaired/Led four multi-paper presentation sessions at the 2012 American Evaluation Association Conference
  21. 21. Patrick Brian Barlow 21 Updated 5/12/2014 2012 Coordinated review process for the Graduate Student and New Evaluator TIG, and created AEA 2012 program for GSNE TIG. 2011 – 2013 Elected Program Chair for the AEA GSNE TIG 2013 – Pres. Co-founder of the GSNE TIG peer mentorship program RELEVANT COURSEWORK Advanced Evaluation I Classroom Measurement** Advanced Evaluation II Educational Research Fundamentals Advanced Epidemiologic Methods Formal Measurement Applied Statistics I** Qualitative Research Methods Applied Statistics II** Program Evaluation I Applied Statistics III Program Evaluation II Biostatistics Psychometrics Principles of Epidemiology* Survey Research** *Courses in which I have been a TA **Courses that I have both taken and been a TA COMPUTER SKILLS Office Software: Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint 1997—2003, 2007, 2010, & 2013 (PC), and 2011 (Mac) Statistical Software: SPSS and JMP quantitative data analysis software. Also have written several statistical analysis spreadsheets the ―everyday user‖ in Excel. Other Software: QDA Miner qualitative data analysis, Express Scribe qualitative transcription software, Blackboard course management, Remark OMR Software
  22. 22. Patrick Brian Barlow 22 Updated 5/12/2014 REFERENCES Gary Skolits, Ed.D. Director of the Institute for Assessment and Evaluation& Dissertation Chair University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN 37996 Office Phone: (865) 974-2777 Email: gskolits@utk.edu William P. Metheny, Ph. D. Assistant Dean for Graduate Medical and Dental Education Graduate School of Medicine University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN 37920 Office Phone: (865)305-9339 Email: wmetheny@mc.utmck.edu Kent Wagoner, Ph. D. Institutional Research Analyst III Office of Institutional Research and Assessment University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN 37996 Phone: (865) 974-1437 Email: kwagoner@utk.edu Jennifer A. Morrow, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Evaluation and Assessment Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN 37996 Office Phone: (865) 974-6117 Email: jamorrow@utk.edu Philip Kramer, Ph.D. Director of the Office of Academic Assessment and Curricular Advancement The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University St. Joseph, MN 56321 Office Phone: (320)363-5289 Email: pkramer@csbsju.edu Ruth A. Darling, EdD Assistant Provost for Student Success The University of Tennessee 1817 Melrose Ave. Knoxville, TN 37996 Phone: (865) 974-3523

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