Lonnie Sullivan, MD, Aimee Chung, MD, and John Roberts, MD, MEd, have been recognized with Golden Apple Awards by the Duke School of Medicine medical students.
The School of Medicine Office for Faculty is pleased to announce the next cycle of the School of Medicine Academic New Faculty Orientation (NFO) series. While this series of seminars specifically targets faculty hired in the past three years, all are welcome and many of the topics addressed are applicable to faculty regardless of career stage.
The Duke Outpatient Clinic (DOC) gets 100 vaccination appointments scheduled in less than 2 days!
Cameron Wolfe, MBBS, associate professor of medicine, and Thomas Holland, MD, associate professor of medicine, both in the Division of Infectious Diseases, are recipients of the Duke University Presidential Award for 2020.
Duke Health leaders have selected 10 high-potential innovation projects to be implemented as part of the Duke Institute for Health Innovation (DIHI)’s annual call for project ideas in the areas of novel strategies to improve value of care delivery, advance health equity, amplify digital solutions for care and monitoring, strengthen provider and staff experience and well-being and enhance patient engagement and experience.
Of the 10 projects selected, 7 are being led or include faculty and trainees from the Department of Medicine.
We are pleased to announce that Jennifer Rymer, MD, MBA, MHS, FAHA, FACC, assistant professor of medicine (Cardiology), has been selected as the next Trainee Liaison for the Program for Women in Internal Medicine (PWIM) in the Department of Medicine.
The March 23, 2021 session of Duke Medicine LEADS featured Stephen Telloni, MD, and Noppon Setji, MD, presenting, "Where There's Smoke, Is There Fire? Two Systems-Based Approaches to Identifying Safety Issues and Improving Quality of Care at Duke."