A commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion and to being an anti-racist department requires that we know more about the history of our institution and its relationship to the people of Durham.
The Duke CTSA Research Career Development Award Program (Duke CTSA KL2) is now accepting applications. Applications are due November 30, 2020.
The Duke Center for Research to Advance Healthcare Equity (REACH Equity) is seeking applications for an internal mentored research career development award (CDA) for junior investigators proposing research related to the Center’s theme of addressing racial and ethnic disparities in health by developing and testing interventions that improve the quality of patient-centered care in the clinical encounter. Application deadline is 5 p.m., December 7, 2020.
The Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program has renamed one of its weekly noon conferences, Chair's Conference, to honor Harvey Jay Cohen, MD, Walter Kempner Distinguished Professor in the School of Medicine and former Chair of the Department of Medicine.
Because of Dr. Webb’s strengths as a clinical leader, his expertise in integrating psychiatry and palliative medicine, his mentorship and teaching abilities, and his scientific leadership in the Duke community and nationally, this promotion comes as no surprise.
Drs. Jonathan Bae, Lesley Curtis, and Adrian Hernandez, publish JAMA Viewpoint "National Hospital Quality Rankings: Improving the Value of Information in Hospital Rating Systems"
The Duke School of Medicine is honoring two members of the Department of Medicine as 2020 recipients of the Michelle P. Winn Inclusive Excellence Award.