- MD, West Virginia University
- BS, Fairmont State College, 1982
Competitive WVU Department of Pediatrics Internal Grant Awardee. Study of Impact of high fidelity simulation training for clinicians to screen and intervene in case of Interpersonal Violence in a University Department of Pediatric, 2017.
2017 Extra Mile Award Recipient. WV Center for Children's Justice’s recognition of the contribution of professionals who demonstrate outstanding professional qualities in working collaboratively to protect children from the devastating impact of child abuse and neglect and improve the community’s response. The Extra Mile Award is intended to recognize professionals who have made a significant positive contribution in the field of child abuse and neglect and have gone the “extra mile” on behalf of abused and neglected children and uphold professional excellence in their field of work contributing to the safety and wellbeing of children who have been victims of abuse or neglect. Presented 28 Sep 2017. The anonymous nomination reportedly originating in Charleston, included, “Dr. Banvard's enthusiasm for elevating the comprehensive care for child abuse victims in West Virginia is contagious. She is generous with her time and energy both serving child victims from Monongalia and Marion Counties, and educating other medical professionals around the state. She is an alliance builder both with the families that she serves and with the professionals she works alongside. Her commitment, collaboration and vision driven approach fuels her work that goes the extra miles.”
2017 American Academy of Pediatrics CME/Continuing Professional Development Award. “This prestigious award recognizes Academy Fellows who have earned a minimum of 150 CME credits on AAP-sponsored or approved CME activities over three consecutive years. This year’s award covers the time period 2014-2016.”
2009 President Obama’ s Volunteer Service Award
Doris, J. M., Banvard-Fox, C., Davidov, D., (2018) Making it Real: Using didactics with high fidelity simulation to help providers develop knowledge and skills to screen for and respond to IPV in a University Pediatrics Setting oral presentation on the research methodology and results to be presented at the Academy on Violence and Abuse Global Summit, Tallahassee, Fl, 29 Nov 2018.
WV Child Abuse Medical Project 2017. Design and interpretation of a statewide (multi-site) survey evaluating why affected children may not be being referred for a medical evaluation. Steering committee member. Funded by WVDHHR.
Study Personnel in Duncan, C. L., et al Developing Pictorial Asthma Action Plans to Promote Self-Management and Health in Rural Youth with Asthma: Phase II- A Randomized Controlled Trial. 2018.
Williford, D. N., Enlow, P. T., Durkin, K. M., Manegold, E. M., Pellegrino, N., Smith, H., Banvard-Fox, C., Murray, P. J., & Duncan, C. L. (2018). Secrets and lies: A profile-based examination of youth and parent information management strategies and adolescent electronic cigarette use. Poster presented at the Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.
Williford, D. N., Enlow, P. T., Durkin, K. M., Manegold, E. M., Banvard-Fox, C., Murray, P. J., & Duncan, C. L. (2018). Profiles of youth and parent information management strategies: An exploratory look at adolescent electronic cigarette use. Poster presented at the TSANZSRS Annual Scientific Meeting for Leaders in Lung Health and Respiratory Science, Adelaide, AU.
Human Studies Co-investigator, “Human Papilloma Virus Testing Among Rural Female Adolescents”, unpublished, 2006-08.
“Childhood Abdominal Masses: Considerations of Diagnostic Experiences”, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Resident Research Day, Apr 1988.
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- Adolescent Medicine
- General Pediatrics
- Pediatrics, American Board of Pediatrics
Other Speciality Training, Student Health
West Virginia University