Ann B. Bynum, EdD
Assistant Professor (Adjunct), Department of Health Policy and Management
Other Academic/Research/Policy Affiliations
Assistant Vice Chancellor, Regional Programs
Director, UAMS Center for Rural Health
Office: 4301 West Markham; 4021 W. 8th Street; Little Rock
Nova Southeastern, Ed.D. Curriculum Development; Higher Ed
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville; M.Ed Health Education
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville; BS Biological Sciences
Telehealth: Rural Health: Medical Workforce:Health Literacy
Current Research Projects
AHEC Point of Service Cooperative Agreement/Evaluator, HRSA
Reducing Asthma Disparities Through School-based Telemedicine for Rural Children, NIH
Organizational Behavior, CE
Bynum CA, Irwin C, Burke B., Hadley MV, Vogel R, Evans E, Ragland D., Johnson T.,
Book Chapter Rural Schools: Academic Performance, Teaching, and Health Impact of School
Telehealth on Access to Medical Care, Clinical Outcomes, and Cost Savings Among Children
in Rural Arkansas, Progress in Education, volume 27, 2011 Nova Science Publishers 2011.
Bynum CA, Irwin C, Cohen E, Satisfaction with a Distance Continuing Education Program for
Health Professionals, Telemedicine and e-Health Journal, volume 16, NO 7,September, 2010.
Mengel, MB, , Vanatta, P, Bynum, CA, McFadin, J., Arkansas’Primary Care Crisis: An Arkansas
AHEC Program Response, Arkansas Family Physician, Volume 12, Number 1, pg 7-11.
Bynum, CA, Cranford, CO, Irwin, CA, Health Workforce Needs in Arkansas, The National Area
Health Education Centers Bulletin, Volume XXIII, Number 2, Spring/Summer, 2007.
Bynum CA, Irwin, CA, Patient Satisfaction with Mental Health Telemedicine in Rural Arkansas, Abstract,
Telemedicine Journal and e-Health, Volume 12, Number 2, April 2006, pg. 236.