The Duke Clinical Leadership Program (DCLP) team presentations took place this past Thursday, June 20. The program consists of 24 selected participants from across all departments and is a six month leadership program involving group projects. The participants work in four groups of 6, with the end result being a written report and a presentation. This project portion of the curriculum is designed to focus on team development and effectiveness.
- A Framework for Coordination of Clinical Education Placements for SON and SOM Programs.
Team: Richard Chung, MD, Ann Dorsey, MD, Mark Easley, MD, Beatrice Hong, MD, Aaron Lentz, MD, Lance Roy, MD
- DUHS Physician Communications Plan
Team: Megan Brooks, MD, MPH, Michael Ferrandino, MD, Mary Guhwe, DNP, Kevin Hill, MD, Gary Maslow, MD, Daniele Marin, MD, PhD
- Reducing the Burden of Inbasket Part 2
Team: Richard Duncan, MD, Aatif Husain, MD, Negmeldeen “Najm” Mamoun, MD, Sara Page, MD, Lei Ren, PhD, Daniella Zipkin, MD
- Developing Quality Improvement and Implementation Infrastructure for Duke Health
Team: Kelli Brooks, MD, Eliseu “Eli” Chuang, MD, Donald Ellis, MD, Chad McCall, MD, PhD, Virginia “Chris” Muckler, DNP, Matt Luedke, MD
GIM Associate Professor of Medicine, Daniella Zipkin, MD, and team were awarded with the Thomas Gorrie Clinical Impact Award, which recognizes the DCLP team who best meets the project objectives of cultivating strategies for effective team management, engaging in a thorough and collaborative discovery process, and developing specific, measurable, and realistic proposed deliverables. Each fellow on the winning team will receive a $2,000 cash prize.
Learn more about DCLP in this informational brochure. And, mark your calendar to apply for the program next fall!