Sharon Rubin, MD, associate professor of medicine in the division of General Internal Medicine and Practice Medical Director at Duke Primary Care at Pickett Road, was recently honored with a Mastership in the American College of Physicians (ACP).
"I was surprised and humbled to be chosen for Mastership," says Dr. Rubin. "I never expected to become a master, ever!"
Dr. Rubin’s election to Mastership reflects her years of dedication and service to ACP. Rubin is a former member of the Governor's Council and Annual Session Planner.
She has taken advantage of every opportunity ACP has offered and at each level. She organized the Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind and was a judge for the Doctor's Dilemma at the state and national level showcases, attended the ACP Leadership Day on Capitol Hill earlier this year, and worked with the North Carolina chapter of ACP to sponsor local events Rubin organized for Duke faculty and internal medicine residents. She is usually a poster judge at ACP meetings as well.
"Judging posters at the state and national level is always something I volunteer for and enjoy," says Rubin. "I love learning from residents and medical student posters."
Nominees for ACP Mastership are current ACP Fellows, highly accomplished, distinguished by their integrity and the significance of their contributions to medicine and advancing patient care, and are presently or have previously been active in ACP at the chapter, national, or international level over a sustained period of time. Click here to see the full list of 2023-24 recipients on the ACP website.