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