Duke at SHM 2021

Tuesday, April 27, 2021

This year's Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) conference is less than a week away. The meeting will take place virtually May 3-7 with the theme: Converge. Click here to register or follow the conference hashtag #SHMConverge for more information on social media.

There are several acceptances from Duke faculty, residents, and medical students, all listed below. 



  • Adia Ross: Presentation - 4:10 PM – 4:50 PM EDT
    Women Leaders in Hospital Medicine
  • Suchita Shah Sata:  - 4:50 PM – 5:30 PM EDT
    Updates in Clinical Practice Guidelines


  •  Tara Spector & Tom Holland - 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
    Integration of Clinical Care and Research on Hospitalist Run COVID-19 Units
  • Scientific Abstract Poster Reception - 6:00-7:00 PM EDT
    See list below for all Duke Posters 


  • Aparna Kamath- 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM EDT
    Turning Clinical Experiences into Burning Platforms
  • Suchita Shah Sata - 2:30 PM – 3:10 PM EDT
    Medical Jeopardy


(Listed in order by poster number)
  • Colby Feeney:  (#76) Impact Of A Med-Peds Service Line On Hospital Utilization
  • Alexis Harmon (Med Student): (#135) Goal-Concordance In End-Of-Life Care For Hospitalized Children With Complex Chronic Conditions
  • David Ming: (#140) Population-Level Health Care Utilization And Cost Patterns For Children With Medical Complexity
  • Jesse Rhodes: (#203) Post-Discharge Appointment Scheduling And Adherence For Young Adults With Chronic Childhood-Onset Diseases
  • Joanna Cavalier (Resident): (#233) An Ehr Tool To Identify And Address Gaps In Patient Safety [Poster Finalist]
  • Swapna Joseph: (#239) Increasing Hospitalists Engagement In Problem Solving [Poster Finalist]
  • Jonathan Walter: (#241) Utilizing A Machine Learning Mortality Model To Implement Targeted Advance Care Planning And Multi-Disciplinary Care Review (Poster Finalist)
  • Megan Brokos: (#244) Interprofessional Use Of A Telehealth Plateform In The Inpatient Setting During The Covid-19 Pandemic
  • Sonya V. Patel-Nguyen: (#266) Inpatient Assessment Of Social Determinants Of Health Among Young Adults With Chronic Childhood Onset-Disease
  • Nilima R. Mosaly: (#577) Not All Rashes Are Lupus The Risk Of Anchoring
  • Colby Feeney: (#780) Kawasaki Disease: An Atypical Response To The Typical Treatment