Division News

Peyser and Feeney honored with Excellence in Education Awards

Bruce Peyser, MD, and Colby Feeney, MD, were the selected recipients for the Excellence in Education Awards by the Department of Medicine (DOM). 

These awards are given to a faculty member in each division in recognition of their outstanding leadership and commitment to the education of fellows, residents, and students. Peyser received the award for internal medicine and Feeney for hospital medicine.

Awardees will be recognized at the DOM Annual Celebration on June 8.

Wahid and Team Present at EPIC XGM Conference

Lana Wahid, MD, along with research analysts John Stover, MSN, and Earl Schwark III, were invited to guest speak at EPIC’s XGM Conference 2023 on May 09, 2023 in Verona, Wisconsin. This annual conference is focused on advancing the science of software build, training, performance, and workflow.

SGIM 2023 Recap

The Society of General Internal Medicine's (SGIM) annual meeting just wrapped up in Aurora, Colorado  What an amazing submersion it was into what matters in general internal medicine! The theme for the annual meeting was General Internal Medicine: Meeting the Promise of Tomorrow.

GIM Division Update with Interim Chief Dr. William Yancy

By William Yancy, MD

Interim Chief, Division of General Internal Medicine

The Division of General Internal Medicine at Duke strives to improve adult patient, family, community, and population health through exemplary patient care, education, and research. Perhaps most importantly, we have maintained core values of excellence, integrity, kindness, and commitment to health and health equity for our patients and our communities.

Faculty Promotions May 2023

Congratulations to the following faculty members for their recent promotion in the Department of Medicine.

Dr. Wilder Leads Three-Year Study to Improve Health Literacy in Underserved Communities

Dr. Julius Wilder will lead a three-year investigational health equity patient education study to examine how diverse populations respond to various patient-education tactics such as print, digital, and video, with the goal of identifying the most effective methods and communication infrastructures for communicating relevant and important health information to diverse communities.

Q&A Spotlight: Distinguished Professors Christopher Granger and Rana Gupta

Duke University has awarded Distinguished Professorships to 44 faculty members, six from the Department of Medicine. Over the coming weeks, join us in recognizing these Distinguished Professors through our Distinguished Professor Spotlight. This week, we feature Christopher Granger, MD, and Rana Gupta, PhD.