Congratulations to Bruce Peyser, MD, who co-authored two recent academic articles and contributed to a panel on improving academic education for internal medicine. Dr. Peyser was the lead author for “Enlisting new teachers in clinical environments (ENTICE): Novel ways to engage clinicians,” published in the most recent issue of Advances in Medical Education and Practice. He also co-authored "The primary care leadership track at the Duke University School of Medicine: Creating change agents to improve population,” in the most recent issue of Academic Medicine.
Finally, in September, Dr. Peyser and colleagues led a seminar focusing on Duke’s Primary Care Leadership Tract at the Academic Internal Medicine Week for the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine. Congratulations on these excellent accomplishments, Dr. Peyser!