Duke SGIM 2017 Presentations

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Here is a complete list of Duke presentations that took place at the SGIM 2017 Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, April 19-22, 2017.


  • ​Leah Machen, MD (Duke IM Resident): "Racial Variations in Medical Care Spending Patterns Among High-Risk Primary Care Patients: Results from the Stop DKD Study"
  • Matthew Labriola, MD (Duke IM Resident): "An Unusual Case of Acute Renal Failure and Electrolyte Disturbances"
  • Manisha Bhattacharya, MD, MBA (Duke IM Resident): "A Population Health Based Approach to Advance Care Planning"

  • Matthew Atkins, MD (Chief Resident, Quality & Safety): "Improving Continuity in an Internal Medicine Residency Clinic"

  • David Edelman, MD: "Titrated Disease Management for Hypertension"
  • Joseph Plaksin, MD (Duke IM Resident): "Patient Empowerment Program (PEP) has a Lasting Impact: Patient Report Over a Year Later."
  • Patrick Hemming, MD: "Qualitative Interviews with Residents, Faculty and Behavioral Health Clinicians" + Conversational Advice:A mixed-methods analysis of medical residents' experiences co-managing primary care patients with behavioral health providers


  •  Joel Boggan, MD + Matthew Atkins, MD: Predicting Risks to Target Therapy and Reduce Adverse Outcomes
  • Priscille Schettini + Colin O'Leary (Duke Med Students): Closing the Specialty Referral Loop: An Imperative for a Resilient Primary Care Network
  • Karen Goldstein, MD: Nonpharmacologic Treatments for Menopause-Associated Vasomotor Symptoms
  •  Eugene Oddone, MD: Evaluation of a Coaching by Telephone Intervention for Veterans and Care Team Engagement (ACTIVATE)


  • Scientific Abstract Session Moderators: David Edelman, MD + Daniella Zipkin, MD- Barriers to Care: Literacy, Language and Numeracy
  • Oral Presentation Moderator (During Plenary): Nia Mitchell, MD​


  • Session Coordinator: Daniella Zipkin, MD - Getting Promoted as an Early Career Educator,
  • Session Coordinator: Lakshmi Krishnan, MD, PhD (Duke IM Resident) - Clinical and Deductive Reasoning in Trainees: Using Literature to Teach It (Additional Faculty:  Daniella Zipkin, MD)