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3. Poorman E. “The Inmate Exception: A Medicaid Loophole with Serious Consequences.” SGIM Forum. 37(15): 12, December, 2014.

4. Poorman E. “New York Addresses Needs of Mentally Ill Citizens.” SGIM Forum. 38(1), January, 2015.

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7. Poorman E and Pels R. “ACGME Sends Mixed Messages on Patient Safety and Resident Wellness.” SGIM Forum. May, 2017.

8. Poorman E. “Supporting Residents through Mental Health Crises.” SGIM Forum. April, 2107.

9. Poorman E; Torres, H; Mccormick, D. “The Potential Impact of Universal Medicaid Expansion on Coverage and Disparities.” Poster presentation at SGIM National Meeting, 2019.

10. Poorman E. “Depression and Suicide: Occupational Hazards of Practicing Medicine.” Journal of Patient Safety and Risk Management, 2019.