Lisa McPeak, MD
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Bio: UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON                                                                      March  2017

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Lisa A. McPeak, M.D.

(formerly:  Lisa A. Schlicht, M.D.)

Place of Birth:  Butler, PA

 

 

EDUCATION

Years

Degree

Institution

1979-1983

B.S.

Gannon University

  Erie, PA

 

 

 

1982-1986

M.D.

Hahnemann University

  Philadelphia, PA

 

 

 

1986-1990

PM&R Residency

Schwab Rehabilitation Center

  Chigaco, IL

 

 

FACULTY POSITIONS HELD

Month/Year

Position

Institution

August 1990

to

December 1997

Assistant Professor

  promoted to

  Associate Professor

  in 1996

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

  Little Rock, AR

 

 

 

December 1997

to

July 2007

Clinical Assistant

  Professor promoted

  to Clinical

  Associate Professor

  in 1998

University of Kansas Medical Center

  Kansas City, KS

 

 

 

October 2007

to

Present

Clinical Associate

  Professor

University of Washington School of Medicine

  Seattle, WA

 

 

 

HOSPITAL POSITIONS HELD

Position

Dates

Place

Rehabilitation Unit Medical Director

1997-2001

Baptist Medical Center

  Kansas City, MO

 

 

 

Rehabilitation Unit Medical Director

2001-2006 and

2007

University of Kansas Medical Center

   Kansas City, KS

 

 

 

Amputee Clinic Medical Director

2001-2002 and

2006-2007

University of Kansas Medical Center

   Kansas City, KS

 

 

 

Spinal Cord Injury Clinic Medical Director

2006-2007

University of Kansas Medical Center

   Kansas City, KS

 

 

 

Rehabilitation Consultation Medical Director

2006-2007

University of Kansas Medical Center

   Kansas City, KS

 

 

 

Pediatric Rehabilitation Medical Director

2006-2007

University of Kansas Medical Center

   Kansas City, KS

 

 

 

Adult Seating Clinic Medical Director

2007

University of Kansas Medical Center

   Kansas City, KS

 

 

 

Adult Rehabilitation Medical Director

 

Polytrauma Medical

Director

2006-2007

 

 

2007-present

The Rehabilitation Institute,

  Kansas City, MO

 

VA Puget Sound Health Care System

Seattle, WA

 

 

 

HONORS

Year

Honor/Award

1989

Second Place at the First Annual Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

  Regional Research Conference, Oral Presentation.  Effects of Cooling

  on Distal Latencies in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.  Chicago, Illinois.

 

 

1992-3

Clinical Instructor of the Year, Department of Physical Medicine and

  Rehabilitation, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

 

 

1996-7

Clinical Instructor of the Year, Department of Physical Medicine and

  Rehabilitation, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

 

2005-6

 

John B. Redford Faculty Teaching Award, Department of

  Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Kansas Medical Center

 

 

2006

President’s Citation Award, American Academy of PM&R (for the 4

  highest rated oral presentations/abstracts submitted at the AAPM&R

  Annual Assembly)

 

 

CERTIFICATIONS

Certification                                                Date

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,                                                                      May 1991

              from the American Board of PM&R   

                      

Spinal Cord Injury Medicine, Subspecialty Certificate                                                   initial: Oct. 2002

              from the American Board of PM&R                                                                      recert:  Nov. 2012

 

Acupuncture Certification, University of California-LA                                                   May 2004

 

Brain Injury Medicine

              From the American Board of PM&R                                                                      Oct. 2015

 

LICENSURE

                            Number              Year              State

    04-27393              issued: 1997, exp: 2015              Kansas

 

 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS/HONORS AND OFFICES HELD

Present Professional and Society Memberships

American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

 

National Committee Activities

                            1993-2001              Medical Student and Resident Education Subcommittee, American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

1993-1997              Membership Committee, Association of Academic Physiatrists

1994-1997              Finance Committee, American Academy of Physical Medicine and

                            Rehabilitation

1994-1998              Item (Question) Writer for the Written Board Examination, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, writes 30 questions for the written board examination and critiques other questions submitted yearly

              1999-2004              Manuscript Reviewer, American Journal of Physical Medicine and                   Rehabilitation

1997              Written Board Examination Seminar, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, seminar to better standardize the written board examination

1997-2004              Co-Chair of Membership Committee, Association of Academic

                                          Physiatrists

1998-2000              Item (Question) Writer for the Spinal Cord Injury Specialty Examination, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, writes 30 questions for the examination and critiques other questions submitted yearly

1999-2001              Associate Editor, Association of Academic Physiatrists Newsletter

2001-2004              Editor, Association of Academic Physiatrists Newsletter

1999-2005              Board of Trustees, Association of Academic Physiatrists, Ex-Officio Board Member

1999-2001              Secretary, Resident and Fellowship Directors Council, Association of Academic Physiatrists

2001-2003              Vice President, Resident and Fellowship Directors Council, Association of Academic Physiatrists

2003-2005              President, Resident and Fellowship Directors Council, Association of Academic Physiatrists

 

State Committee Activities

1992-1994              President, Arkansas Society of Physical Medicine and

                                          Rehabilitation

1993-1996              State Liaison to the American Academy of Physical Medicine

                                          and Rehabilitation, Arkansas Society of Physical Medicine

                                          and Rehabilitation                           

 

 

TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES

Program Administration

1995-1997              Assistant Residency Program Director

                            University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

 

1998-2005              Residency Program Director

                            University of Kansas Medical Center

1991 - 2007              Functional Anatomy Course Director

This is a yearly course provided to the physical medicine and rehabilitation residents.  It includes lectures on peripheral nerve and muscle function, manual muscle testing, and clinical correlations.  Cadaver demonstrations are included.  A final test is used to evaluate resident comprehension.

1995-2007              Stroke Course Director

This is a course provided to the physical medicine and rehabilitation residents. 12 hours of instruction concerning rehabilitation care of stroke patients. A final test is used to evaluate resident comprehension.

1995-2007                Brian Injury Course Director
This is a course provided to the physical medicine and rehabilitation residents. 12 hours of instruction concerning rehabilitation care of TBI patients. A final test is used to evaluate resident comprehension.

2005-2007                            Spinal Cord Injury Course Director
This is a course provided to the physical medicine and rehabilitation residents. 12 hours of instruction concerning rehabilitation care of TBI patients. A final test is used to evaluate resident comprehension.

 

Teaching Committees

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

1992-1997                            Educational Committee

 

University of Kansas Medical Center

2001-2007              Curriculum Committee, Chair

2001-2007              Educational Promotions Committee

 

Faculty Teaching Responsibilities

1990-1997              Responsible for the clinical education of 2 residents during their 3 month rotation at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

1998-2007              Responsible for the clinical education of 2 residents during their 2 month rotation at the University of Kansas Medical Center.

2008-2014              Bimonthly Neurorehabilitation lecture to the rotating VA PM&R resident staff.

2007-present              Responsible for faculty supervision and clinical education for 1 resident in the Polytrauma Clinic.

4/2017              VA resident Lecture Series:  TBI evaluation Scales.

10/2017              VA Resident Series Lecture: Understanding Neuropsychology Tests 

 

 

EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

1995-2001              Editorial Board, American Journal of Physical Medicine and

              Rehabilitation

 

SPECIAL NATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

See prior section listed as National Committee Activities.

 

SPECIAL LOCAL RESPONSIBILITIES

University of Kansas Medical Center

2004-2006              Executive Committee Member for the Hospital, voting member for the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

2001-2007              Faculty Council for the School of Medicine, voting member for the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

 

BILBIOGRAPHY

Full Length Papers in Scientific Journals

1.  Sliwa JA, McPeak LA, Gittler M, Bodenheimwer C, King, J, Bowen J.  Clinical Ethics in Rehabilitation Medicine:  Core Objectives and Algorhythm for Resident Education.  American Journal of PM&R, Sept 2002:81(9), 708-719.

2.  Mukherjee M, McPeak LK, Redford JB, Sun C, Liu W.  The Effect of Electro-Acupuncture on Spasticity of the Wrist Joint in Chronic Stroke Survivors.  Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.  Feb 2007: 88(2), 159-166.

Book and Book Chapters

1.  Schlicht LA and Smelz JK.  Metastatic Spinal Cord Compression.  In Cancer

Rehabilitation, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation State of the Art Reviews, F.H.

Garden and M. Grabois, eds. 8(2):345-361, Hauley & Belfus Inc., Philadelphia,

Pennsylvania, 1994.

2.  Smelz JK and Schlicht LA.  Rehabilitation after Bone Marrow Transplantation.  In

Cancer Rehabilitation, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation State of the Art Reviews,

F.H. Garden and M. Grabois, eds. 8(2):345-361, Hauley & Belfus Inc., Philadelphia,

Pennsylvania, 1994.

3.  McPeak LA.  Physiatric History and Examination.  In Textbook of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1st and 2nd ed, R. Braddom (ed),  W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2000, pp. 1-42.

4.  McPeak, LA.  Beds, Lifters, and Chairs:  Practical Considerations. In Orthotic Devices, Redford JB (ed), PM&R State of the Art Reviews, 14(3):Oct 2000, pp. 493-513.

5.  McPeak, LA, Stiers, W, and Cope, DN.  Disability Evaluation after Traumatic Brain Injury.  In Disability Evaluation, Rondinelli, RD and Katz, RT (eds), RM&R Clinics of North America, 12(3): August 2001.

Abstracts

1.  Schlicht LA, Bonfiglio RP, and Newton T. Multiphasic Ankle Foot Orthosis.  Arch Phys

Med Rehab, 69(l):794, Sep 1988 and presented at the 1988 Annual Academy of the

American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

2.  Schlicht LA, Alexander B, Sisung C, Bonfiglio RP, and Welch D. Effect of Cooling on

Distal Latencies in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.  Arch Phys Med Rehab, 70(2): A60-A61,

Oct 1989 and presented at the 1989 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

3.  Luckhart W, Alexander B, Sankoorikal J, Schlicht LA.  Interdisciplinary Stroke Education: Focus on Family.  Arch Phys Med Rehab, 70(2): A79, Oct 1989 and presented at the 1989 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

4.  Smelz JK, VanBierviiet A, and Schlicht LA.  Development of a Program of Computer Assisted Electrodiagnosis.  Arch Phys Med Rehab, 73(2): 1023-4, Oct 1992 and presented at the 1992 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

5.  Schlicht LA, and Smelz JK.  Functional Anatomy: Utilizing Computer Technology.  Amer J Phys Med Rehab, 73(2):143, Apr 1994 and presented at the 1994 Annual Meeting of the Association of Academic Physiatrists.

6.  Stiff-Man Syndrome Misdiagnosed as Psychogenic: A Case Report.  Natarajan J, McPeak L, Belville A.  Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.  September 2005.

7.  Patterns of Inpatient Rehabilitation Discharges to Acute Care Services.  Augusthy R, McPeak L, Varghese G.  Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.  September 2005

8.  Functional Improvement Through a Combination of Electroacupuncture and Strength Training in Chronic Stroke Survivors.  McPeak LA, Mukherjee M, Redford J, Lui W.  Annual Meeting of the AAPM&R.  November 2006.

Book Review

  1. Medical Aspects of Disability:  A Handbook for the Rehabilitation Professional.  American Journal of PM&R.  Aug 2011:  90(8), p 627.

 

 

PAST RESEARCH

Consultant on approved grant through University of Washington Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Model TBI Research group titled:

“Telephone-Delivered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain following Traumatic Brain Injury, 2011-2016.

 

NATIONAL AND RECENT REGIONAL INVITED LECTURES

3/27/02              Resident Scholarly Activities:  How to ensure you fulfill the RRC requirements, Residency Program Directors Workshop, Annual Meeting of the Association of Academic Physiatrists, Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

3/28/02              Resident Competencies, Residency Program Coordinators Workshop, Annual Meeting of the Association of Academic Physiatrists, Las Vegas, Nevada

 

2/28/04              Evaluation of Resident Competencies, Residency Program Coordinators Workshop, Annual Meeting of the Association of Academic Physiatrists, Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

3/1/05              Evaluation of Resident Competencies, Residency Program Coordinators Workshop, Annual Meeting of the Association of Academic Physiatrists, Tuscon, Arizona

 

3/2/06              Resident and Fellowship Program Directors Council Program Discussing the use of Interventional Procedures in Residency Programs, Annual Meeting of the Association of Academic Physiatrists.

 

3/4/06              Evaluation of Resident Competencies, Residency Program Coordinators Workshop, Annual Meeting of the Association of Academic Physiatrists.

 

5/16/08      Medical Evaluation of the Traumatic Brain Injury Patient, Seattle Certified Rehabilitation RN Conference on May 16, 2008, Medical Aspects of TBI, Linwood, Washington.

 

6/8/10              Polytrauma:  The Signature Wound, West Seattle Rotary Club, Seattle, WA.

 

11/15/10               Post Acute Rehabilitation of the Polytrauma and Blast Related Injuries:  The importance of the team in working effectively with Combat Veterans”, University of Washington Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Interdisciplinary Case-based Conference, Seattle, WA.

 

4/2/11              Traditional Neurorehabilitation Techniques, Stroke Module in the University of Washington Board Review Course, Seattle, WA.

 

5/11/11              Traumatic Brain Injury in the Military Population.  Presentation during a Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs Outreach Program.  South Seattle Community College, WA.

 

3/31/12              Traditional Neurorehabilitation Techniques, Stroke Module in the University of Washington Board Review Course, Seattle, WA.

 

3/20/13              Mock Board Examiner. University of Washington Board Review Course, Seattle, WA.

 

3/23/13              Traditional Neurorehabilitation Techniques, Stroke Module in the University of Washington Board Review Course, Seattle, WA.

 

5/20/13               Post Acute Rehabilitation of the Polytrauma and Blast Related Injuries:  The importance of the team in working effectively with Combat Veterans”, University of Washington Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Interdisciplinary Case-based Conference, Seattle, WA.

 

3/28/14              Mock Board Examiner. University of Washington Board Review Course, Seattle, WA.

 

3/21/14              Traditional Neurorehabilitation Techniques, Stroke Module in the University of Washington Board Review Course, Seattle, WA.

 

5/4/15              TBI Evaluations via Telehealth.  Presentation  in the TMH (Tele Mental Health) Didactic, Puget Sound Health Care System Mental Health Service Line.

 

3/14/16              Mock Board Examiner. University of Washington Board Review Course, Seattle, WA.

 

3/18/16              Mild Traumatic Brain Injury,  Traumatic Brain Injury Module in the University of Washington Board Review Course, Seattle, WA.

 

6/27/16              Chronic Traumatic Encehalopahy.  Presentation in the Rehabilitation Psychology Education Series,  Puget Sound Health Care System  Rehabilitation Care Service Line.

 

6/29/16              TBI/Polytrauma Care.  Presentation in to Seattle Primary Care Providers,  Puget Sound Health Care System  Primary Care Service Line.

 

3/6/17              Mock Board Examiner. University of Washington Board Review Course, Seattle, WA.

 

3/10/17              Mild Traumatic Brain Injury,   Traumatic Brain Injury Module in the University of Washington Board Review Course, Seattle, WA.

 

11/10/17              Co-occurring TBI and PTSD in Military Populations.  Association of Rehabilitation Nurses Yearly National Conference, Seattle, WA.

 

 

 

NATIONAL VETERANS ADMINISTRATION PRESENTATIONS

 

8/10/11              Challenges of Ensuring Quality TBI Comprehensive Evaluation Program

              in a Rural VISN.  Presentation on the Polytrauma Teleconference given yearly

              to all Polytrauma Network Sites.  Specific goal is to update VA Physical Medicine

              and Rehabilitation Central Office and all other Polytrauma Network Sites on

              our VISN Polytrauma Network Site's primary initiatives.

 

6/19/12  and  6/20/12             

                            Lifetime Care of the Polytrauma Patient,  New Horizons Conference, Annual Polytrauma VA Central Office Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia.

 

8/13/14              VISN 20: Polytrauma System  of Care.  Presentation on the Polytrauma Teleconference given yearly to all Polytrauma Network Sites. 

 

VA QUALITY ASSURANCE PROJECTS

 

5/2012 to 10/2014.

                            Comprehensive TBI Evaluation Telehealth Initiative. 

                            -Attended 2 day conference in 5/2012 to set guidelines for the evaluation  process. 

                            -Gave in proposal to be identified as a pilot site for this project with VA PUG Telehealth Coordinator assistance. 

                            -Proposal approved 10/2012.

                            -Teleheath Education completed 12/2012.

-Started Comprehensive TBI Evaluations via telehealth in April 2013 with 2 outside VA clinics

-Will add other sites as indicated but project completed.

 

7/2014 to 7/2015

CQI Project:  Ensure Veterans are Provider with consistent written education  information concerning issues discussed in the Comprehensive TBI Evaluation.

-working with Resident work group and all providers that perform TBI evaluations in VAPUGHCS.

                            -educational material decided upon.

-study completed and more than 85%  of Veterans participating in the Comprehensive TBI Evaluation received the decided upon standard educational packet. 

                            -Completed and accepted as my American Board of PM&R Practice

                            Improvement Project in 7/2015 with a positive review as follows:

“This is a fantastic project which I expect would have occurred with or without the need to report on a PIP for Board certification. It was meaningful for providers and patients, clearly described and successfully executed.”

-Standard educational packet continues to be provided to the Veterans in the Comprehensive TBI Evaluations for all who perform these examiniations within our VA.

7/2016 to 7/2017

Development of the Polytrauma Interdisciplinary Clinic.  Took lead in developing this clinic that provided at least yearly rehabilitation evaluations of all within VA Puget Sound Healthcare System with a known diagnosis of moderate to severe TBI.  Primary focus is to assist the individual as they age with a disability.  I was able to develop a clinic that runs monthly in which Polytrauma MD, RN, SW, PT, OT, SP, Neuropsychology, Vocational and Recreational specialists see these Veterans at least yearly and assist them with any ongoing or new rehabilitation needs.  After developing this clinic and in 10/2017, it became a VA Central Office mandate to follow such Veterans at least yearly.

 

 

 

 

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