Recap: 2019 Wine, Cheese, + Poster event

Saturday, November 2, 2019

The division of General Internal Medicine held their (rescheduled) annual Wine, Cheese + Poster social on Wednesday, October 30, on the beautiful sixth floor of Trent Semans Center.

There were over 40 posters displayed, lots of GIM-ers present, delicious food and drinks, lots of chatter, GIM swag items, and (for the fourth time) AWARDS! Check out the excellence award winners here! 

View the photo gallery from the event as well as the list of poster presentations below. #ProudToBeGIM 

Photo Gallery: 

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The Posters: 

CATEGORY: BEHAVIORAL HEALTH​

  1. Randomized Trial of Group Problem Solving for Cardiovascular Risk Reduction
    Presenter: Edelman, David
  2. Exercise Behavior in Patients with Biopsy-Proven Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
    Presenter: Glass, Oliver
  3. Promoting Lifestyle Behavior Change with Peer Coaching and Reciprocal Peer Support: a Pilot Study
    Presenter: Goldstein, Karen
  4. Duke Diet and Fitness Center: An Immersive Lifestyle Change Experience
    Presenter: Yancy, William

​CATEGORY: CASE STUDY

  1. What the gel? An unusual presentation of acute digital ischemia
    Presenter: Jolly-Graham, Aubrey
  2. Not Your Average Sinusitis
    Presenters: Kipnes, Joanna; Dizon, Samantha; Hayes, Lara

CATEGORY: CHRONIC ILLNESS

  1. The Duke Smoking Cessation Program
    Presenter: Davis, James
  2. Regionalization and expansion of peritoneal dialysis services 2005-2013
    Presenter: Hoffman, Abby
  3. Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) Awareness Among Survivors of AKI: THE CHANGE AKI Study
    Presenter: Lunyera, Joseph
  4. COPD Assessment in Primary Care to Identify Undiagnosed Respiratory Disease and Exacerbation Risk (CAPTURE) Study: a partnership with practice-based research networks to identify unrecognized COPD patients in primary care
    Presenter(s): PCRC Team
  5. Advance Care Planning (ACP) for Adults with Serious Illness: Comparison of Two Models for Primary Care
    Presenter(s): PCRC Team

CATEGORY: EDUCATION

  1. Teaching the Teacher: Faculty Development at the VA
    Presenter: Caputo, Laura
  2. Maximize Your X+Y: Longitudinal Ambulatory Threads
    Presenter: Zipkin, Daniella
  3. Clinician-Educator Career Paths
    Presenter: Zipkin Daniella

CATEGORY: HEALTH ECONOMICS

  1. You get what you pay for:  an analysis of pay for performance results in a large multi-site academic primary care practice
    Presenter: Shah, Kevin
  2. Consolidation in the dialysis industry after bundled payment reform
    Presenter: Sloan, Caroline

  3. Impact of National Payment Contracts on VA Spending and Access to Outpatient Community Dialysis
    Presenter: Wang, Virginia

CATEGORY: HEALTH INFORMATICS

  1. Finding Needles in the EHR Haystack: Design and Early Results for a Natural Language Processing: Model to Identify Clinical Notes Relevant to a Patient’s Goals of Care
    Presenter: Kim, Azalea
  2. Use of a Natural Language Processing Algorithm to Predict Readmissions at a Veterans Affairs Hospital
    Presenter: Schulteis, Ryan; Boggan, Joel
  3. Developing an Interdisciplinary Approach to Identify and Address Social Determinants of Health that Cause Inequities in Health
    Presenter: Bhavsar, Nrupen

CATEGORY: HOSPITAL MEDICINE

  1. Transparency in resident team admission assignment: innovation and early results.
    Presenters: Archibald, A., Verma, L., Mohottige, D., Sharma, P., Seay, N., Zimmerman, P.
  2. Improving Care for Hospitalized Patients with Opioid Use Disorder: Project COMET
    Presenter: Clifton, Dana
  3. Creation and Impact of an Admission Order Set for Patients with Lower Extremity Wounds
    Presenter: Neal, Katie
  4. Cutting down on amputations: Redesigning care for patients with lower extremity ulcers
    Presenter: Neal, Katie
  5. Identifying Post-Discharge Medication Errors
    Presenter: Shah, Suchita

CATEGORY: PALLIATIVE CARE

  1. Development of the Dashboard of Aggressive Treatment at End-of-Life (DATE) to Inform Palliative Care Optimization Efforts at Duke Health
    Presenter: Beliveau, Jessica
  2. Project PLACE (Population Level Approaches to Cancer Elimination): Perceptions of Palliative Care Across Diverse Communities
    Presenter: Lowe, Jared

CATEGORY: PATIENT CENTERED CARE

  1. Understanding the Population in Population Health: Using A Multidisciplinary and Data-Driven Approach To Deeply Characterize Needs Of High-Risk Patients in Value-Based Contracts As A Foundation For A Learning Health Unit
    Presenter: Cho, Alex
  2. Patient-Centered Acute Kidney Injury (Aki) Care: Baseline Characteristics of The Change Aki Study
    Presenter: Diamantidis, Clarissa

  3. Engaging Patients as Advisors in Systematic Reviews: Co-Building The Science To Enhance Impact And Meaning For Patient Collaborators
    Presenter: Gierisch, Jennifer

  4. Assessing Patient Feedback on A New Screening Tool for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD): The COPD Assessment in Primary Care To Identify Undiagnosed Respiratory Disease And Exacerbation Risk (Capture) Study
    Presenter(s): PCRC Team 

  5. Effect of Sociodemographic Factors on Uptake of A Patient-Facing Information Technology Family Health History Risk Assessment Platform
    Presenter: Wu, Ryanne

  6. High Value Care and QI: A Deprescribing Initiative in Resident Primary Care Clinics.
    Presenter: Boggan, Joel

CATEGORY: QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

  1. Improving Resident Population Health Education & Care Through Team-Based Quality Improvement
    Presenter: Boggan, Joel
  2. Evaluation Of E-Communication to Improve Access for Rheumatology
    Presenter: Malcolm, Elizabeth

CATEGORY: RESEARCH

  1. Primary Care Research Consortium (PCRC): A Practice Based Research Network (PBRN)
    Presenter(s): PCRC Team
  2. Preliminary Evaluation of Barriers and Facilitators in Recruitment and Enrollment Strategies for The COPD Assessment in Primary Care To Identify Undiagnosed Respiratory Disease And Exacerbation Risk (Capture) Study
    Presenter(s): PCRC Team 
  3. Duke GIM Research
    Presenter: Chatterjee, Rannee
  4. Research After Residency
    Presenter: Churchill, Megan

CATEGORY: OTHER

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