Interprofessional collaboration is critical to the successful practice of medicine, but making that dynamic happen consistently in clinical settings can be challenging. The Duke Health Center for Interprofessional Education and Care (IPEC) has accepted the challenge and is working to create and support interprofessional experiences across the Duke campus, the health system and the community.
In appreciation of the gifts of knowledge and training he received at Duke, the George W. McLean estate has funded an endowment to support endocrinology research by young investigators.
Keisha Bentley-Edwards & Chris Beyrer Featured Faculty March 9 — Dean’s Distinguished Research Series
Keisha Bentley-Edwards, PhD, and Chris Beyrer, MD, MPH, with groundbreaking research this Thurs., March 9 at the School of Medicine’s Dean’s Distinguished Research Series
Neha Pagidipati, MD, and Christopher Granger, MD, are co-authors on the recent study
The Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM) promotes the advancement and professional development of its members who prepare the next generation of internal medicine physicians and leaders through education, research, engagement, and collaboration.
Led by Richard P. Shannon, M.D, Duke Health senior vice president and chief quality officer, the Duke Quality System aims to provide “perfect patient care,” a concept that not only includes providing timely, evidence-based patient care, but also ensuring that the care is done right the first time, without defects, waste, or inequity.
Thomas Stinchcombe, MD, a professor of medicine in the Division of Medical Oncology is a co-senior author on the study
Open to all faculty, students, and staff interested in health professions education.
Ryan Slauer, MD, a fourth-year internal medicine-psychiatry resident, and Lynette Staplefoote-Boynton, MD, MPH, a third-year internal medicine-psychiatry resident, have received this year’s James H. Carter, Sr. Community Service Award.