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CURRICULUM VITAE

William J. Hueston MD
Associate Provost, Sr Associate Dean, Professor
Department of Family Medicine
Division of Administration

OFFICE ADDRESS:
Medical Education Building
8701 Watertown Plank Rd
Milwaukee, WI 53226

EDUCATION:
1975 - 1979 Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio
1979 - 1983 Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
1983 - 1986 Residency in Family Medicine
1991 - 1992 Family Development Fellowship (part-time)
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Columbus, Ohio
Degree: B.A., 1979
Degree: M.D., 1983
Major fields of study: Psychology and chemistry
POSTGRADUATE TRAINING:
Riverside Methodist Hospital
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS:
1983 - 1986 Clinical instructor, Ohio State University School of Medicine, Columbus, OH
1986 - 1993 Voluntary faculty, College of Allied Health, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
1986 - 1993 Assistant Clinical Professor of Family Medicine, College of Medicine, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
1990 - 1993 Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
1993 - 1997 Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and
1997 - 2013 Professor and Chair, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
Public Health

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:
1986 - 1993 Director of Patient Services, Menifee Medical Center, Frenchburg, KY
1991 - 1993 Director Research and Grant Development for Northeast Kentucky Area Health Education Center, Morehead, KY
1994 - 1995 esidency Program Director, Eau Claire Family Practice Residency
1995 - 1997 Associate Chair, Department of Family Medicine, Eau Claire Clinical Campus, University of Wisconsin-Madiso
1997 - 2012 Chair, Department of Family Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina
2013 - Present Senior Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Medical College of Wisconsin

EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:
1994 - 1997 Residency Program Director, Eau Claire Family Practice Residency

HOSPITAL AND CLINICAL ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:
1989 - 1991 Chair, Department of Medicine
1995 - 1997 Member, Medical Staff Executive Committee
1997 - 2012 Board of Directors, University Medical Associates
2000 - 2006 Member, Curriculum Committee, College of Medicine, MUSC
2001 - 2002 Chair, Educational Resources Task Force, College of Medicine, MUSC
2002 - 2003 Chair, Resources and Administration Committee, MUSC Strategic Planning
2007 - 2013 Member at large, Executive Committee, University Medical Associates
2007 - 2013 Member, Retirement Investment Committee, University Medical Associates
2008 - 2011 Chair, Clinical Space Committee, University Medical Associates
2011 - 2012 Executive Committee, University Medical Associates
2011 - 2012 Chair, Continuing Education Subcommittee for LCME accreditation self-study
2011 - 2012 Treasurer, University Medical Associates
2011 - 2013 Member, Finance Subcommittee for LCME accreditation self-study
Medical University of South Carolina
Steering Committee
Luther Hospital, Eau Claire, WI
St. Claire Medical Center, Morehead, KY

RESEARCH ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:
2005 - 2009 Chair, Institutional Review Board, Trident Regional Medical Center, North Charleston, SC

HOSPITAL STAFF PRIVILEGES:
1987 - 1993 Active staff, St. Claire Medical Center, Morehead, KY
1993 - 1997 Active staff, Sacred Heart Hospital, Eau Claire, WI
1993 - 1997 Active staff, Luther Hospital, Eau Claire, WI
1997 - 2013 Active staff, Medical University of South Carolina Hospital, Charleston, SC
1998 - 2009 Active staff, Trident Regional Medical Center, North Charleston, SC

SPECIALTY BOARDS AND CERTIFICATION:
Board Certified
Issue DateExpiration
American Board of Family Medicine
10/1986
12/2014
ABIM - Cardiology
None
 
Certificates
Issued By Issue DateExpiration
CPR
AHA
07/2013
None
ACLS
AHA
07/2013
06/2015
 

Licensure
Number Issue DateExpiration
Wisconsin License pending
None
 

AWARDS AND HONORS:
Visiting professorships
• Regional administrator's award for exemplary service in Public Health Service positions, National Health Service Corps, 1988.
• Simon Doff Visiting Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Florida Jacksonville Campus, November, 1996.
• Visiting Professor, SUNY-Upstate residency in Johnson City, NY, October, 1994.
Research
• Honorable Mention Best Paper of the Year, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, 1995.
• William Scheckler Award for Best Paper Published by a member of the Department of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin, 1995.
• Best research paper by a practicing family physician, Michigan Academy of Family Physicians Research Day XVI, November, 1992.
• Outstanding Research Poster at 1992 Kentucky Academy of Family Physicians Annual Scientific Assembly, June, 1992.
• Best Research Paper published by a member of Kentucky Academy of Family Physicians (for "A comparison of albuterol and erythromycin in acute bronchitis") Presented June, 1992.
• Best Research Paper by community physician, North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meeting, Richmond, Virginia, April, 1992
• Walter Kemp Award for Best Paper Published by a Family Physician in the American Family Physician, 1990
• Best research paper at the AAFP Annual Scientific Assembly, Washington, DC, September, 1991.
• Best research paper by a practicing family physician, Michigan Academy of Family Physicians Research Day XIV, November, 1990.
• Best research paper by a practicing family physician, Michigan Academy of Family Physicians Research Day XII, November, 1988.
• McNeil Award for research by a family practice resident, 1983.
Teaching/academic
• AOA, Medical University of South Carolina, 2011
• Faculty Excellence Teaching Award - Fourth Year Class of MUSC, 2008.
• Golden Apple Faculty Excellence Award Nominee, Medical University of South Carolina School of Medicine, 1998-1999; 1999-2000; 2000-2001; 2003-2004; 2006-2007; 2011-2012.
• Voluntary faculty preceptor of the year, 1990 91, University of Kentucky Department of Family Practice residency program, June, 1991.
• Fourth Annual Walter E. Kemp Award for most outstanding article authored by a family physician published in the American Family Physician, October, 1990.
• Phi Beta Kappa, 1978.
Administrative/leadership
• Chairman's Award for Leadership, Northeast Kentucky Area Health Education Center, October, 1991.
• Fellowship Visiting Professor, Shadyside Residency Program/University of Pittsburg, June, 2007.

LOCAL/REGIONAL APPOINTED LEADERSHIP AND COMMITTEE POSITIONS:
• Board of Directors, Charleston County Medical Society, 2009- 2012t
• Chair, Kentucky Academy of Family Physician Research Committee, 1989 1993.
• South Carolina Medical Board Physician Assistant Committee, 2007 - 2013
• Vice President, South Carolina Academy of Family Physicians, 2003 - 2004
• Chair, Board of Directors, South Carolina Academy of Family Physicians, 2006-2007
• President, South Carolina Academy of Family Physicians, 2005-2006
• President-elect, South Carolina Academy of Family Physicians, 2004- 2005
• Chair of Scientific Programs Committee of SCAFP, 2004 - 2005
• Chair of Legislative and Government Affairs Committee of SCAFP, 2002 - 2004
• Chair of Advisory Committee to Students and Residents of SCAFP, 2001 - 2004
• Board of Directors, South Carolina Academy of Family Physicians, 1998 - 2007
• Appointed to South Carolina Chronic Kidney Disease Task Force, 2006 -2007
• Palmetto Group Benefits Association (Medicare) Carrier Advisory Committee, 2007 - 2010
• South Carolina Medicaid Advisory Committee, 2006 - 2009
• Charleston County Medical Society, 1997-2013
• Member, Medical-legal Committee of Charleston County Medical Society, 2003 - 2013
• Member of Legislative Committee of SCAFP, 2001-3
• Member of Nominating Committee of SCAFP, 2000
• Member of Advisory Committee to Departments of Family Medicine of SCAFP, 1998-9
• Member of Resident and Students Committee of SCAFP, 1998-2004
• Member of Bioethics Committee, Trident Regional Medical Center, 2001-2004.
• Medical Executive Committee, MUSC Medical Center, 1997-2000.
• Member of Executive Committee, Department of Family Practice, Luther Hospital, 1995-1997.
• Member of Executive Committee, Department of Family Practice, Sacred Heart Hospital, 1995-1997
• Member of Medical Staff Executive Committee, Luther Hospital, 1994-1997.
• Member of Medical Staff Executive Committee, Sacred Heart Hospital, 1994-1997.
• Member, Wisconsin statewide Community Education Center Task Force, 1993-1997
• Secretary, Kentucky Academy of Family Physicians (KAFP), 1991 1993
• Chair, KAFP Scientific Assembly Commission, 1991 1992
• President, Charleston County Medical Society, 2010.

NATIONAL ELECTED/APPOINTED LEADERSHIP AND COMMITTEE POSITIONS:
• Member, National Center for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Women & Child Measurement Advisory Panel (WCMAP), 2006-2010.
• Member American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation Joint Grant Awards Committee, 1993.
• Member AMA Physician Consortium on Quality Improvement, Section on Hypertension and Heart Disease, 2002-2003.
• Member of Technical Advisory Committee for Evidence Based Report on Hyperbilirubinemia in the Newborn, AHRQ/Tufts-New England Medical Center, 2002
• Member on AMA/NCQA/JCAHO Expert Panel on Pregnancy and Neonatal Care, 2001.
• Member of Advisory Committee for Evidence Based Report on Hypertension in Pregnancy, AHRQ/University of Texas-San Antonio, 1999.
• Peer reviewer, Evidence Based Report on Preterm Labor Management, AHRQ/Research Triangle Institute, 1999.
• National Advisory Board to HRSA Maternal and Child Health Healthy People 2010 Recommendations on Cesarean Section, 1999.
• Chair, American Academy of Family Physicians Subcommittee on International Family Medicine, 2009-2010.
• American Academy of Family Physicians Commission on Education, 2007 - 2010
• Fellow, US Department of Health and Human Services Health Care Policy Fellowship program, 2003
• AAFP Liaison to American College of Surgeons' Hernia Study Group, 1996.
• Member, Wisconsin State Medical Society Low Back Pain Outcomes Study Group, 1996.
• Board of Directors, Northern Wisconsin Area Health Education Center, 1995-1997
• Member of Clinical Policies, Research, and Scientific Activities Commission of American Academy of Family Physicians, 1995-6.
• Member, Pew Charitable Trusts Primary Care Achievement Awards Evaluation Committee for the award for research achievement, 1994
• Member of Executive Committee, Commission on Clinical Policies Research and Scientific Activities, American Academy of Family Physicians, 1995-1996.
• Member of Academic Family Medicine Organizations (AFMO) Subcommittee on Research, 1994-1995.
• Member of Committee on Research, American Academy of Family Physicians, 1992-1995.
• Executive committee, Committee on Research, American Academy of Family Physicians, 1992-1995.
• Liaison from American Academy of Family Physicians Committee on Research to North American Primary Care Research Group, 1993-1995
• Member, American Academy of Family Physician Task Force on Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Section, 2003-2004.


BIBLIOGRAPHY
Refereed Journal Publications/Original Papers
1. Hueston WJ, Benich JJ, Christian NJ. Medical school research intensity and academic rank of family medicine faculty. Family Medicine 2013 (in press)
2. Hueston WJ, Carek SM. Patients' preference for physician attire: a survey of patient in family medicine training practice. Family Medicine 2011:43;643-7.
3. Mainous AG, Diaz, VA, Matheson EM, Gregorie SH, Hueston WJ. Trends in hospitalizations with antibiotic-resistant infections: U.S., 1997-2006. Public Health Reports 2011:126;354-360.
4. Matheson EM, Mainous AG, Hueston WJ, Diaz VA, Everett CJ. Vitamin D and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus nasal carriage. Scan J Infect Dis; 2010:42:455-460.
5. Freedy JR, Steenkamp MM, Magruder KM, Yeager DE, Zoller JS, Hueston WJ, Carek PJ. Post-traumatic stress disorder screening test performance in civilian primary care. Family Practice 2010; doi: 10.1093/fampra/cmq049.
6. Freedy JR, Magruder KM, Zoller JS, Hueston WJ, Carek PJ. Traumatic events and mental health in primary care: implications for training and practice. Family Medicine 2010;42:179-186.
7. Hueston WJ. Does having a personal physician improve quality of care in diabetes? Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine 2010;23:82-87.
8. Mainous AG, Everett CJ, Post RE, Diaz VA, Hueston WJ. Availability of antibiotics for purchase without a prescription on the internet. Annals of Family Medicine 2009;7:431-5.
9. Hueston WJ, Quattlebaum RG, Benich JJ. How much money can early prenatal care for teen pregnancies save?: A cost-benefit analysis. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine 2008;21:184-90.
10. Hueston WJ, Geesey ME, Diaz V. Prenatal care initiation among pregnant teens in the United States: an analysis over 25 years. Journal of Adolescent Health 2008;42:243-8.
11. Gibson MV, Hueston WJ. Recruiting faculty to perform deliveries in family medicine residencies: results of a residency program survey. Family Medicine 2007;39:178-83.
12. Liszka HA. Steyer TE. Hueston WJ. Virtual medical care: how are our patients using online health information? Journal of Community Health 2006;31:368-78.
13. Mainous AG III, Saxena S, Hueston WJ, Everett CJ, Majeed A. Ambulatory antibiotic prescribing for acute bronchitis and cough and hospital admissions for respiratory infections: time trend analysis. Journal of The Royal Society of Medicine 2006;99:358-62.
14. Mainous AG III, Hueston WJ, Everett CJ, Diaz VA. Nasal carriage of Staphylococcus aureus and methicillin-resistant S Aureus in the United State, 2001-2002. Annals of Family Medicine 2006;4:132-7.
15. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG III, Weiss BD, Macaulay AC, Hickner J, Sherwood RA. Protecting participants in family medicine research. Family Medicine 2006:38:116-20.
16. Liszka HA, Steyer TE, Hueston WJ. How to guide patient for online information: focus on chronic disease. Journal of the SC Medical Assn 2005:101;378-80.
17. Hueston WJ, King DE, Geesey ME. Serum biomarkers for cardiovascular inflammation in subclinical hypothyroidism. Clinical Endocrinology 2005;63:582-7.
18. Taylor ML, Hueston WJ, Chessman AW. Fourth-year curriculum for students entering family medicine: residents' perspective. Family Medicine 2005:37:387-8.
19. Wells BJ, Hueston WJ. Are thyroid peroxidase antibodies associated with cardiovascular disease risk in patients with subclinical hypothyroidism. Clinical Endocrinology 2005;62:580-584.
20. Carek PJ, Hueston WJ. Ranking departments of family medicine: eye of the beholder. Family Medicine 2004;36:660-663.
21. Hueston WJ, Pearson WS. Subclinical hypothyroidism and the risk of hypercholesterolemia. Annals Family Med 2004;4:351-355.
22. Hueston WJ, Bradford WD, Sheperd TM. Family medicine and hospital specialty match rates: does the economy have anything to do with it? Family Medicine 2004;36:265-9.
23. Pearson WS, Hueston WJ. Treatment of HIV/AIDS in the Nursing Home: Variations in rural and urban long-term care settings. Southern Medical Journal 2004;97;338-341.
24. Hueston WJ, Benich JJ. A cost-benefit analysis of testing for influenza in high-risk adults. Annals of Family Medicine 2004;2:33-40.
25. Hueston WJ, Koopman RJ, Chessman AW. A suggested fourth-year curriculum for medical students planning on entering family medicine. Family Medicine 2004:36:118-22.
26. Topping DB, Hueston WJ, MacGilvray P. Family physicians delivering babies: what do obstetricians think? Family Medicine 2003;35:737-41.
27. Mainous AG III, Hueston WJ, Davis MP, Pearson WS. Trends in antimicrobial prescribing for bronchitis and upper respiratory infections among adults and children. American Journal of Public Health 2003;93:1910-4.
28. Dickerson L, Ye X, Sack JL, Hueston WJ. Glycemic control in medical inpatients with type 2 diabetes mellitus receiving sliding scale insulin regimens versus routine diabetes medications: a multicentered randomized controlled trial. Annals Family Medicine 2003;1:29-35.
29. Johnson AH, Brock CD, Hueston WJ. Resident physician who continue Balint training: a longitudinal study 1982-1999. Family Medicine 2003;35:428-33.
30. Hueston WJ, Mallin R, Kern D. To What Degree Do Problem-Based Learning Issues Change With Clinical Experience? Teaching and Learning in Medicine 14(4), 218-222.
31. Hueston WJ, Gilbert GE, Davis L, Sturgill V. Delayed prenatal care and the risk of low birth weight delivery. J Community Health 2003;28:199-208.
32. Mainous AG III, King DE, Hueston WJ, Gill JM, Pearson WS. The utility of a portable patient record for improving ongoing diabetes management. Diabetic Educator 2002;28:196-207.
33. Hueston WJ, Scibelli S, Mainous AG III. Use of microalbuminuria testing in persons with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Journal of Family Practice 2001;50:669-73.
34. Yawn BP, Mainous AG, Love MM, Hueston WJ. Do rural and urban children have comparable asthma care utilization? Journal of Rural Health 2001;17:32-9.
35. Hueston WJ, Lewis-Stevenson S. Provider distribution and variations in statewide cesarean section rates. Journal of Community Health 2001;26:1-10.
36. Lewis-Stevenson S. Hueston WJ. Mainous AG 3rd. Bazell PC. Ye X. Female and underrepresented minority faculty in academic departments of family medicine: are women and minorities better off in family medicine?. Family Medicine 2001;33:459-65.
37. Thiedke CC, Blue AC, Hueston W, Mallin R, Shepherd C. Early exposure to primary patient care in the first year medical school curriculum. Journal of South Carolina Medical Association 2001;97:63-65.
38. Hueston WJ, Jenkins R, Mainous AG III. Does drug treatment of patients with acute bronchitis reduce additional care seeking? Evidence from the Practice Partner Research Network. Archives of Family Medicine 2000;9:997-1001.
39. Mainous AG III, Hueston WJ, Ye X, Bazell C. A comparison of family medicine research in research intense and less intense institutions. Archives of Family Medicine 2000;9:1100-1104.
40. Hueston WJ, Hopper JE, Dacus EN, Mainous AG III. Why are antibiotics prescribed for patients with acute bronchitis? A post-intervention analysis. Journal of American Board of Family Practice 2000;13:398-402.
41. Hueston WJ, Sutton A. Managed care market share and cesarean section rates in the United States: Is there a link? American Journal of Managed Care 2000;6:1202-8.
42. Hueston WJ, Slott K. Improving quality of shifting diagnoses: what happens when antibiotic prescribing is reduced for acute bronchitis? Archives of Family Medicine 2000;9:933-5.
43. Pan Q, Ornstein S, Gross AJ, Hueston WJ, Jenkins RG, Mainous AG 3rd, Silverstein MD. Antibiotics and return visits for respiratory illness: a comparison of pooled versus hierarchical statistical methods. American Journal of Medicine in Science 2000;319:360-5.
44. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG, Dacus E, Hopper J. Does acute bronchitis really exist. Journal of Family Practice 2000;49:401-6.
45. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG III, Bazell C, Connor MK. Challenges to academic family medicine in the current health care environment. Family Medicine 2000;32:240-5.
46. Hueston WJ, Hubbard ET. Preventive services for rural and urban African American adults. Archives of Family Medicine 2000;9:263-6.
47. Mainous AG III, Hueston WJ, Connor MK. Serum Vitamin C levels and use of health care resources for wheezing episodes. Archives of Family Medicine 2000;9:241-5.
48. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG, Brauer N. Predicting cost-benefits before programs are started: looking at conjugate vaccine for invasive pneumococcal infections. Journal of Community Health 2000:25:23-33.
49. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ, Love MM, Evans ME, Finger R. An evaluation of statewide strategies to reduce antibiotic overuse. Family Medicine 2000;32:22-9.
50. Carek PJ, Futrell M, Hueston WJ. The preparticipation physical examination history: who has the correct answers? Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine 1999;9;124-8.
51. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG, Ornstein S, Pan Q, Jenkins R. Antibiotics for upper respiratory tract infections: Follow-up utilization and antibiotic use. Archives of Family Medicine 1999;8:426-430.
52. Spencer E, Hueston WJ. A diabetes self-care simulation for residents and medical students. Academic Medicine 1999;74:589.
53. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ, Love MM, Griffith CH. Access to care for the uninsured: is access to a physician enough. American Journal of Public Health 1999;89:910-912.
54. Mainous AG, MacFarlane LL, Connor MK, Green LA, Fowler K, Hueston WJ. Survey of clinical pharmacists' knowledge of appropriateness of antimicrobial therapy for upper respiratory infections and bronchitis. Pharmacotherapy 1999;19:388-392.
55. Hueston WJ, Werth J, Mainous AG. Personality disorder traits: prevalence and effects on health status in primary care patients. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 1999;29:63-74.
56. Hueston WJ, Slaughter S, Carek PJ. Physician supply in underserved areas of South Carolina: going from bad to worse. Journal of South Carolina Medical Association 1999;95:72-76.
57. Hueston WJ, Ornstein S, Jenkins RG, Pan Q, Wulfman JS. Treatment of recurrent otitis media after a previous treatment failure: which antibiotics work best? Journal of Family Practice 1999;48:43-46.
58. Spencer E, Swanson T, Hueston WJ, Edberg DL. Tool to improve documentation of smoking status: continuous quality improvement and electronic medical records. Archives of Family Medicine 1999;8:18-22.
59. Hueston WJ. Preterm contractions in community settings: I. Treatment of preterm contractions. Obstetrics and Gynecology 1998;92:38-42.
60. Hueston WJ. Preterm contractions in community settings: II. Predicting preterm birth in women with preterm contractions. Obstetrics and Gynecology 1998;92:43-48.
61. Hueston WJ, Eberlein C, Johnson D, Mainous AG. Criteria used by clinicians to differentiate sinusitis from viral upper respiratory tract infection. Journal of Family Practice 1998;46:487-492.
62. Hueston WJ. Family physicians satisfaction with practice. Archives of Family Medicine 1998;7:242-247.
63. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ, Love MD. Who are the high prescribers. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 1998;152:349-352.
64. Hueston WJ, Baumgardner DJ, Turkal NW, Eliason BC, Beasley JW. Economic and humanitarian contributions of Wisconsin's family medicine residencies. Wisconsin Medical Journal 1998;96:38-42.
65. Mainous AG III, Evans ME, Hueston WJ, Titlow WB, McCown LJ. Patterns of antibiotic-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae in children in a day-care setting. Journal of Family Practice 1998;46:142-146.
66. Mainous AG III, Hueston WJ. The cost of antibiotics in treating upper respiratory tract infections in a Medicaid population. Archives of Family Medicine 1998;7:45-49.
67. Hueston WJ. Variations between family physicians and obstetricians in the evaluation and treatment of preterm labor. Journal of Family Practice 1997;45:336-340.
68. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ, Eberlein C. Color of respiratory discharges and antibiotic use. Lancet 1997;350;1077.
69. Mainous III AG, Hueston WJ. Using other people's data: the ins and outs of secondary data analysis. Family Medicine 1997;29:568-571.
70. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG. A comparison of the number of pharmaceutical advertising pages in family medicine research journals and journals in other medical specialties. Academic Medicine 1997;72:804-806.
71. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG, Brauer N, Mercuri J. Evaluation and treatment of respiratory infections: Does managed care make a difference? Journal of Family Practice 1997;44:572-577.
72. Hueston WJ. Lenhart JG. A decision analysis to guide antibiotic selection for Chlamydia infection during pregnancy. Archives of Family Medicine 1997; 6:551-5.
73. Hueston WJ. Antibiotics: neither cost effective or "cough" effective. Journal of Family Practice 1997;44:261-265.
74. Hueston WJ, McClaflin RR. Variations in cesarean delivery for fetal distress. Journal of Family Practice 1996; 43:461-467.
75. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG III. Research in community practices: what makes community-based family medicine researchers successful? Journal of Family Practice 1996:43:701-707.
76. Hueston WJ. Factors associated with the use of episiotomy for vaginal delivery. Obstetrics and Gynecology 1996;87:1001-5.
77. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ, Clark JR. Do some folks think there is a cure for the common cold: evidence of widespread use of antibiotics in ambulatory care. Journal of Family Practice 1996; 42:357-61.
78. Mainous AG, Zoorob RJ, Hueston WJ. Current management of acute bronchitis in ambulatory care: the use of antibiotics and bronchodilators. Archives of Family Medicine 1996:5:79-83.
79. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG, Schilling R. Patients with personality disorders: Functional status, health care utilization, and satisfaction with care. Journal of Family Practice 1996;42:54-60.
80. Hueston WJ, Suechting R. Family practice residency training capacity in Wisconsin: Current status and future projections. Wisconsin Medical Journal 1996 (1):13-16.
81. Hueston WJ, Knox M, Eilers GM, Pauwels J, Lonsdorf D. Effectiveness of preterm birth prevention education programs: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials Obstetrics and Gynecology 1995;86:705-712.
82. Mansfield CJ, Hueston WJ, Rudy M. Maternal and provider characteristic associate with neonatal circumcision. Journal of Family Practice 1995;41:370-6.
83. Dunaway FW, Hueston WJ, Clevinger L. An exploratory study of the experiences of rural women with breast cancer. Journal of the Kentucky Medical Association 1995;93:241-245.
84. Hueston WJ, Fields S, McClaflin RR, Eilers GA. Interrater agreement in the interpretation of microscopic urinalysis. Archives of Family Medicine 1995;4:547-549.
85. Hueston WJ, Spencer E, Kuehn R. Differences in frequency of cholesterol screening in patients with Medicaid compared with private insurance. Archives of Family Medicine 1995;4:331-334.
86. Hueston WJ and the FACS Study Group. Site-to-site variation in the factors affecting cesarean section rates. Archives of Family Medicine 1995;4:346-351.
87. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ, Rich EC. Patient perceptions of physician acceptance of gifts from the pharmaceutical industry. Archives of Family Medicine 1995;4:335-339.
88. Hueston WJ, Applegate JA, Mansfield RC, King DA, McClaflin RR. Practice variations between family physicians and obstetricians in the management of low risk pregnancies. Journal of Family Practice 1995;40:345-351.
89. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ. Medicaid free distribution programs and the availability of childhood immunizations in rural practices. Family Medicine 1995:27:166-169.
90. Hueston WJ, Rudy MA. Differences in labor and delivery experience in family practice- and obstetrician-supervised teaching services. Family Medicine 1995;27:182-187.
91. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ. Characteristics of community-based primary care physicians participating in research. Journal of Family Practice 1995;40:51-56.
92. Hueston WJ. Prenatal care and low-birth-weight rates in urban and rural Wisconsin. Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 1995;8:17-21.
93. Hueston WJ. Development of a cesarean delivery risk score. Obstetrics and Gynecology 1994;84:965-968.
94. Hueston WJ. Albuterol delivered by metered-dose inhaler to treat acute bronchitis. Journal of Family Practice, 1994;39;437-440.
95. King DE, Hueston WJ, Rudy M. Religious affiliation and obstetric outcome. Southern Medical Journal 1994;87:1125-1128.
96. Hueston WJ, McClaflin RF, Mansfield C, Rudy MA. Factors associated with the use of intrapartum epidural anesthesia. Obstetrics and Gynecology 1994;84:579-582.
97. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ. Passive smoke and low birthweight: evidence for a threshold effect. Archives of Family Medicine 1994;3:875-878.
98. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG III, Farrell JB. A cost-benefit analysis of smoking cessation programs during the first trimester of pregnancy for the prevention of low birthweight. Journal of Family Practice, 1994;39:353-357.
99. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG, Farrell JB. Childhood immunization availability in primary care practices: effects of programs providing free vaccines to physicians. Archives of Family Medicine 1994;148:470-473.
100. Hueston WJ, Stiles MA. The Papanicolaou smear as a sentinel screening test for health screening in women. Archives Internal Medicine 1994;154:1473-1477.
101. Hueston WJ, Stiles MA. Effects of physician prompters on long-term screening test behaviors. Family Practice Research Journal 1994;14:251-259.
102. Hueston WJ, Rudy MA. Factors predicting elective repeat cesarean. Obstetrics and Gynecology 1994;83:741-744.
103. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG, Palmer C. Delays in childhood immunizations in public and private settings. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 1994;148:470-473.
104. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ. The effect of smoking cessation during pregnancy on preterm delivery and low birthweight. Journal of Family Practice 1994;38:262-266.
105. Hueston WJ and the FACS study group. Obstetric referral in family practice. Journal of Family Practice 1994;38:368-372.
106. Hueston WJ, Schioffino MA. Antibiotic choice and patient outcomes in community-acquired pneumonia. Journal of the Board of Family Practice 1994;7:95-99.
107. Hueston WJ, Rudy MA. A comparison of labor and delivery management between nurse midwives and family physicians. Journal of Family Practice 1993;37:449-454.
108. Hueston WJ. A comparison of university and community-based family practice physician educators. Family Medicine 1993;25:256-259.
109. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ. Factors influencing the use of primary care physicians and public health departments for childhood immunization. Journal of the Kentucky Medical Association 1993;91:395-398.
110. Hueston WJ. Factors associated with research efforts of academic family physicians. Journal of Family Practice 1993; 37:44-48.
111. Hueston WJ, Murry M. A three tier model for the delivery of rural obstetric care using a nurse midwife and family physician co practice. Journal of Rural Health 1992; 8:283-290.
112. Hueston WJ, Meade RL, Mainous AG. Childhood immunization practices of primary care physicians in Kentucky. Archives of Family Medicine 1992; 1:253-257.
113. Hueston WJ. Specialty differences in primary cesarean section rates in a rural hospital. Family Practice Research Journal 1992;13:245-253.
114. Hueston WJ. A comparison of albuterol and erythromycin for the treatment of acute bronchitis. Journal Family Practice 1991;33:476 480.
115. Hueston WJ. Impact of a family physician-staffed maternity center on obstetric services in a rural region. Journal of Family Practice 1991; 32:71 76.
116. Hueston WJ: The use of salt substitutes in the treatment of diuretic-induced hypokalemia. Journal of Family Practice 1989;29:623 626.
117. Hueston WJ: The impact of a family practice residency on the cost of inpatient diagnostic testing. Journal of Family Practice 1986; 23:559 563.
118. Neet KE, Furman TE, Hueston WJ: Activation of yeast hexokinase by chelators and the enzymatic slow transition due to metal nucleotide interactions. Archives of Biochemistry Biophysics 1982; 213;142 149.
 
Books, Chapters, and Reviews
1. Reviews and monographs:
2. Hueston WJ, Kaur D. Upper respiratory conditions (monograph). Family Medicine Essentials 2013 (in press)
3. DeCastro A, Mims L, Hueston WJ. Sinusitis. Primary Care Clinics 2013 (in press)
4. Hueston WJ, Rodden A. Acute Bronchitis. In BMJ Best Practices 2012, available on-line through Epocrates at http://www.epocrates.com .
5. Hueston WJ. The physician workforce in South Carolina - the time for planning is now. Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association 2008;104:86-90.
6. Hebbar AK, Hueston WJ. Management of common arrhythmias: Part 1: Supraventricular arrhythmias. American Family Physician 2002;65:2479-86.
7. Hebbar AK, Hueston WJ. Management of common arrhythmias: Part 2: Ventricular arrhythmias and arrhythmias in special populations. American Family Physician 2002;65:2491-6.
8. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG III. Respiratory illnesses and antibiotic use. AAFP Online CME 2002; access at www.aafp.org/afp/cases.
9. Hueston WJ, Dickerson L. Antibiotic resistance and the need for the rationale use of antibiotics. Lebanese Medical Journal 2001;49:246-56.
10. Hueston WJ. Treatment of Hypothyroidism. American Family Physician 2001;64:1717-24.
11. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG III. Diagnosis and management of acute bronchitis. AAFP Online CME 2001; access at www.aafp.org/afp/cases.
12. Hueston WJ, Hunter LH, Detar DT. Chronic bronchitis. Home Health Consultant 1999; 6[8]:24-28.
13. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG. Acute bronchitis. American Family Physician 1998;57:1270-1276.
14. Hueston WJ, Locke KT. Peripheral neuropathy associated with interdermal contraceptive use: Norplant neuropathy. Journal of Family Practice 1995;40:184-186.
15. Hueston WJ, Eilers GA, King DA, McGlaughlin V. Common questions patients ask during pregnancy. American Family Physician 1995;51:1465-1470.
16. Hueston WJ. Controversies in prenatal care for the prevention of preterm birth. Consultations in Obstetrics and Gynecology 1993:5:261-266.
17. LeFevre M, Hueston WJ. Preterm birth. Primary Care 1993;20:639-654.
18. Hueston WJ. A critical assessment of preterm labor prevention strategies. Journal of Family Practice 1992; 35:81-89.
19. Hueston WJ. A case of tubo ovarian abscess after a hysterectomy. Journal of the Kentucky Medical Association 1992;90:114 116.
20. Hueston WJ: Techniques for antepartum fetal surveillance. American Family Physician 1991;44:791 782.
21. Hueston WJ: Preventing group B streptococcal infection in newborns. American Family Physician 1991; 43:487 492.
22. Hueston WJ: Prevention and treatment of preterm labor. American Family Physician 1989; 40(5):139 146.
23. Books:
24. Hueston WJ (ed). 20 Common Respiratory Problems. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002
25. Book chapters:
26. Hueston WJ. Bronchitis and upper respiratory infections. In In Paulman PM, Paulman AA, Harrison JD. Taylor's Manual of Family Medicine, 4th edition. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluer/Lipincott Williams & Wilkins, (in press).
27. Hueston WJ, Kaur D. Selected upper respiratory tract conditions. In FP Essentials, America Academy of Family Physicians, 2013 (in press).
28. Hueston WJ. Hypothyroidism. In Bope ET, Kellerman R (ed) Conn's Current Therapy. Philadelphia: Elsevier Press, 2012.
29. Hueston WJ. Hyperthyroidism. In Bope ET, Kellerman R (ed) Conn's Current Therapy. Philadelphia: Elsevier Press, 2012.
30. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG. Ear pain. In Sloane PD, Slatt LM, Ebell MK, et al. Essentials of Family Medicine, sixth edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2011.
31. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ. Upper respiratory infections. In Sloane PD, Slatt LM, Ebell MK, et al. Essentials of Family Medicine, sixth edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2011.
32. Hueston WJ, Casey BR. Respiratory problems. In South-Paul JE, Matheny SC, Lewis EL (ed) Current Diagnosis and Treatment in Family Medicine, 3rd edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2010.
33. Hueston WJ, Carek PJ. Endocine disorders. . In South-Paul JE, Matheny SC, Lewis EL (ed) Current Diagnosis and Treatment in Family Medicine, 3rd edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2010.
34. Hueston WJ. Hypothyroidism. In Bope ET, Kellerman R, Rakel RE (ed) Conn's Current Therapy. Philadelphia: Elsevier Press, 2010.
35. Hueston WJ. Hyperthyroidism. In Bope ET, Kellerman R, Rakel RE (ed) Conn's Current Therapy. Philadelphia: Elsevier Press, 2010.
36. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ. Upper respiratory tract infections and bronchitis. In Mainous AG III, Pomeroy C (eds). Management of antimicrobials in infectious diseases (2nd edition). Totowa, NJ: Humana Press, 2010.
37. Hueston WJ, Carek PJ. Endocrine disorders. In South-Paul JE, Matheny SC, Lewis EL (ed) Current Diagnosis and Treatment in Family Medicine, 2nd edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2007.
38. Hueston WJ. Respiratory problems. In South-Paul JE, Matheny SC, Lewis EL (ed) Current Diagnosis and Treatment in Family Medicine, 2nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2007.
39. Hueston WJ. Acute bronchitis and pneumonia. In Paulman PM, Paulman AA, Harrison JD. Taylor's Manual of Family Medicine, 3rd edition. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluer/Lipincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007.
40. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG III. Ear Pain. In Sloane PD, Slatt LM, Ebell MG, Jacques LB, Smith MA. Essentials of Family Medicine 5th edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2007.
41. Mainous AG III, Hueston WJ. Acute respiratory infections. In Sloane PD, Slatt LM, Ebell MG, Jacques LB, Smith MA. Essentials of Family Medicine 5th edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2007.
42. Hueston WJ, Carek PJ. Endocrine disorders. In South-Paul JE, Matheny SC, Lewis EL (ed) Current Diagnosis and Treatment in Family Medicine. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2004.
43. Hueston WJ. Respiratory problems. In South-Paul JE, Matheny SC, Lewis EL (ed) Current Diagnosis and Treatment in Family Medicine. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2004.
44. Hueston WJ, Hebbar AK. Cardiac Emergencies (Chapter 80). In Taylor RE (ed) Family Medicine Principles and Practice. New York; Springer-Verlag, 2002.
45. Hueston WJ. Dyspnea. In Hueston WJ (ed). 20 Common Respiratory Problems. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002
46. Steyer TE, Hueston WJ. Ear infections. In Hueston WJ (ed). 20 Common Respiratory Problems. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002
47. Hueston WJ. Pneumonia. In Hueston WJ (ed). 20 Common Respiratory Problems. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002
48. Hueston WJ, Mainous AG III. Upper respiratory infections. In Hueston WJ (ed). 20 Common Respiratory Problems. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002.
49. Hueston WJ. Acute bronchitis and pneumonia. In Taylor RB (ed) Manual of Family Practice, 2nd edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2001.
50. Leventhal W, Hueston WJ, Virella G. Infectious diseases. In Rakel RE. Textbook of Family Medicine. Philadelphia, PA: WB Saunders, 2001.
51. Hueston WJ. Thyroid disorders. In Rosenfeld JA (ed) Handbook of Women's Health. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
52. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ. Upper respiratory tract infections and bronchitis. In Mainous AG III, Pomeroy C (eds). Management of antimicrobials in infectious diseases. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press, 2000.
53. Hueston WJ, Hebbar A. Lower respiratory infections. AAFP Home Study Monograph 253, June, 2000.
54. Hueston WJ. Chronic cough. In Rakel RE (ed) Saunder's Manual of Medical Practice. Philadelphia: WB Saunders Co, 2000.
55. Hueston WJ. Acute bronchitis. In Rakel RE (ed) Conn's Current Therapy 2000. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 2000.
56. Hueston WJ, Carek PJ, Hunter LH, Dutra JC. Selected endocrine disorders. AAFP Home Study Monograph 244, September, 1999.
57. Hueston WJ. Thyroid diseases. In Rosenfeld J (ed) Woman's Health Care. New York: Williams & Wilkin, Co., 1996.
58. Hueston WJ. Cough. In Weiss B (ed) Twenty Common Problems in Primary Care. New York, NY: McGraw Hill, 1999.
59. Hueston WJ. Acute bronchitis and pneumonia. In Taylor RB (ed) Manual of Family Practice. Boston: Little, Brown, & Company, 1996.
 
Editorials, Letters to Editor, Other
1. Hueston WJ. Research activity in family medicine: the "best of times" or "can I have more, please?" Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine 2008;21:4-5.
2. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ. Is family medicine ready to move toward having professional researchers. Family Medicine 2006;38:361-2.
3. Hueston WJ. Rekindling the fire of family medicine. Family Practice Management 2006;Feb(2):15-17.
4. Wall E, Roberts R, Deutchman M, Hueston WJ, Atwood LA, Ireland B. Trial of labor after cesarean delivery: the making of a recommendation. American Family Physician 2005;72:1980-1
5. Hueston WJ. Myth-information about family medicine: is fiction better than the truth? Family Medicine 2004; 36:359-62.
6. Hueston WJ. Keeping the doctor away. BMJ (USA) 2002;2:197-8.
7. Mainous AG III, Hueston WJ. Controlling antibiotic resistance: will we someday see limited prescribing autonomy. American Family Physician 2001;63:1034-9.
8. Hueston WJ. Rural health care in the US: the past and the future. J Agromedicine 1999;5:43-45.
9. Hueston WJ. Funding opportunities in family practice. Family Practice Research Journal 1994;14:3-6.
10. Hueston WJ. Folic acid for the prevention of neural tube defects (editorial). American Family Physician 1993: 47:1558-1061.
11. Hueston WJ. Preterm birth prevention: cognition over technology (editorial). American Family Physician 1992; 46: 381-382.
12. Hueston WJ. Does Kentucky need a primary care medical school? Journal of the Kentucky Medical Association 1992; 90:563-567.
13. Hueston WJ. Another medical school for Kentucky? (editorial) Lexington Herald Leader, August 15, 1991.
14. REVIEWS AND LETTERS
15. Mainous AG, Hueston WJ. Variation in the use of broad-spectrum antibiotics for acute respiratory tract infection (Letter). JAMA 2003:2797.
16. Hueston WJ. Study guide to William's Obstetrics (book review). Journal of Family Practice 1997;45:263.
17. Hueston WJ. Acute obstetrics: a practical guide (book review). Journal of Family Practice, 1994;38;540.
18. Hueston WJ. Handbook of pediatric infectious disease and antimicrobial therapy (book review). American Family Physician, 1994;49:978.
19. Hueston WJ. Video review: Assisting a vaginal breech birth (book review). Journal of Family Practice 1993; 37:91-92.
20. Hueston WJ: Practice based research (letter). Journal of Family Practice 1991; 33:447 448.
 

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