Dr. Patrick Hemming tells GIMers why they should be voting in this year's election!
We're proud to announce we were chosen as a recipient of the Society of General Internal Medicine's (SGIM) #ProudToBeGIM grant; a campaign aimed at bringing more medical students and residents into the cadre of general internal medicine physicians.
How much does a physician really need to know about their patient?
Dr. Hemming's answer? “Enough.”
The recipients of the Department of Medicine faculty Excellence in Education Awards have been announced.
Dr. Hemming discusses his SGIM Forum: "Being a Generalist and Donor Advocate: Seeing Both Sides of Transplantation"
Our teaching clinic, the Duke Outpatient Clinic (DOC), is serious about managing complex patients, those individuals who are sometimes labeled by the ED and hospital as "frequent flyers". A new program called "HIDOC" stands for "Highly Individualized, Dedicated Onsite Care" began this year and is led by 4 Duke GIM faculty members: Drs. Lynn Bowlby, Alex Cho, Patrick Hemming, and Jacob Feigal.
Dr. Patrick Hemming tells about his experience at the 2017 SGIM annual meeting in Washington, DC.
The day before the March for Science in Washington, DC, a group of faculty, residents, and medical students led by Drs. Daniella Zipkin and Patrick Hemming, headed to Capitol Hil to advocate for strengthening Medicaid.
This month the American Academy of Medical Colleges’ (AAMC) MedEdPORTAL published an online curriculum regarding Geriatric Depression that Dr. Patrick Hemming helped designed for clerkship medical students and medical learners such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants at a similar stage of clinical training.