Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program celebrates Resident Research Day 2021

Friday, May 21, 2021

The Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program celebrated Resident Research Day 2021 at Medicine Grand Rounds on Fri., May 21.

The event featured a virtual poster session and presentations by the Robert M. Califf, MD, Medicine Resident Research Award recipients:

Ann Cameron Barr, MD
Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program, PGY-2
"Hurried Communication and Low Patient Self-Efficacy Are Associated with Persistent Non-Adherence to SLE Medications"
Mentor: Kai Sun, MD, MS

Joanna Cavalier, MD
Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program and Management and Leadership Pathway for Residents, PGY-2
"A Customized Epic-Based Tool Identifies, Addresses, and Communicates Gaps in Patient Safety"
Mentors: Anisha Chandiramani, MD, and Noppon Setji, MD

Austin Wesevich, MD, MPH
Duke Combined Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program, PGY-4
Utilization of Text Messages to Supplement Rounding Communication: A Randomized Feasibility Study
Mentor: Thomas LeBlanc, MD, MA, MHS

View a recording of the presentations.

Poster session winners included Chester Kao, MD; Cindy Pabon, MD; and John Tanaka, MD.

Chester Kao poster congrats

Cindy Pabon congrats

John Tanaka congrats