Eva Mace, MS3
Medical Student
Louisiana State University Health Science Center New Orleans
I am Eva Mace, and I am currently a third year medical student at Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana. I am currently interested in urology and cardiology. My father is a retired cardiologist that entered into the field due to early heart disease in his father; moreover, heart disease is prevalent in my family and the New Orlean's patient population. My current research is in evaluating the long term benefits of implementation of checklists in pediatric urological procedures in order to reduce radiation exposure. My hobbies include cooking, trying new restaurants, and being active outside.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

We investigated the benefits of an interprofessional wellness visit for females aged 14-17 in affluent areas in Louisiana compared to a traditional wellness visit. This particular patient population is in overall good health with only 3.2% siting aliments. The major risk factors for this population include obesity, alcohol consumption, and cigarette smoking. The leading causes of mortality include unintentional injuries, homicide, and suicide. In order to determine which respective interprofessional health team member was responsible for various components of the visit such as screening,…