Division News

Michelle Harris recognized as Susan B. Clark Awards Finalist

In 2007, Duke University and Duke University Health System created the Susan B. Clark Administrative Leadership Award to honor Susan Clark's remarkable career at Duke. This award is given to a Duke administrative professional who demonstrates qualities such as dedication to the institution, service to others, and personal strength of character, all of which Susan Clark exemplified.

Infectious Diseases Division Update with Chief John R. Perfect

The Infectious Diseases Division has been very busy over the last couple of years and COVID has made a substantial impact on us. We, as a division, have been blessed with the responsibility to care for those with infections and have now lived through two major recent infectious disease outbreaks-- AIDS and COVID-19. We hope the shift in the last few months allows us to see a manageable level of clinical practice as COVID has become a more chronic, stable occurrence in the health system.

HR Performance Evaluation Tips for Managers

Beth Lassiter, MSHR, is the Department of Medicine Director of Human Resources.

Annual performance evaluations are an essential tool for managers to provide feedback, set goals, and improve their team's overall performance. However, many managers struggle with conducting these evaluations effectively. In this article, we will explore some best practices for managers to conduct annual performance evaluations successfully. 

DOM Research Quality Virtual Town Hall

This Research Quality Townhall will deconstruct the internal review process for research proposals submitted to DOM Research Administration (DOMRA) and the Office of Research Administration (ORA).

Women's History Month Reflections: Essays by Women in Medicine

Women's History Month is a time for learning about the past and looking to the future. These essays reflect a sub-theme of the challenges women in medicine still face today - and what they are grateful for in their professional journeys. While we celebrate the women of medicine in March, listening to their voices helps us all better understand ourselves and how we can all make a difference in the struggle for equality. Our faculty member, Dr. Julie Steinbrink was asked to participate.