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Drs. Zipkin and Cho led ACLT residents to Washington, D.C.for an advocacy day to discuss drug pricing reform, opioid safety, and health policy.

"[My] favorite week of the year [is] coming to a close," tweets Daniella Zipkin,

The Division of General Internal Medicine announces the 2nd annual GIM Excellence Award winners.

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 past week was the 15th year for “Duke Teaching and Leading EBM,” a workshop for educators and champions from across the country to be prepared for the challenges of teaching and practicing Evidence-Based Medicine.

School of Medicine Office for Faculty Development has announced the next class in its ALICE program, a leadership development opportunity for mid-career women faculty in the School of Medicine. Seven participants in the next class are from the Department of Medicine.

Residents in the internal medicine training program see patients regularly at one of three continuity clinic sites.

A group of Duke Internal Medicine residents traveled to Washington, D.C., last week as part of the

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