The Annual Assembly for the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) was set to take place March 18-21 in San Diego. This meeting, like many others, was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic - but that didn't stop two teams in GIM from submitting posters that each won an award! Jared Lowe, MD, chief resident for Duke University Hospital in the Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program, was the first author on both posters.
In the section of Scientific and Quality Improvement Posters, Lowe won the Health Research category for his poster entitled "Implementation of an Electronic Medical Record Practice Alert to Identify Patients Eligible for Advance Care Planning for the Meta-LARC ACP Study", as well as the Population Research category for his poster entitled "Project PLACE: Perceptions of Palliative Care Across Diverse Communities".
According to AAHPM's tweet, "These awards recognize the best poster in each research topic category."
"Even if the event didn’t turn out the way we hoped, it’s great to be able to share this work and is a testament to how many great collaborators and mentors we have here at Duke, especially within GIM."
- Jared Lowe, MD
Although the Annual Assembly was canceled, you can still gain access to the papers and posters that were going to be presented. Click here to learn more.
Authors: Jared Lowe MD, Jessica Ma MD, Callie Berkowitz MD, Azalea Kim MD MBA MPA, Ira Togo, R. Clayton Musser MD, Nikita Shah, Jonathan Fischer MD, Annette Totten PhD, Rowena Dolor MD
Authors: Jared Lowe MDJessica Beliveau MPH, Karen Steinhauser PhD, Samantha M Thomas MS, Kearston Ingraham MPH, Terry Hyslop PhD, David Casarett MD MA FAAHPM, Nadine Barrett PhD