Fall enrollment still open for Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Leadership

Duke Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Leadership program continues to accept applications for the fall sessions that begin Aug. 22. The program is designed to develop health care professionals to lead innovations in health care. Features of the MHS-CLP include: A 42-credit-hour professional degree awarded by the Duke University School of Medicine. Options for… Read More »

Leonard Goldwater’s vision: A history of the Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine

By Leah Komada For more than 30 years, the Duke Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (OEM) within the Department of Community and Family Medicine has been committed to improving the health of working populations. OEM offers comprehensive occupational health specialty services to businesses and organizations through a multi-disciplinary team of occupational physicians, nurses, industrial… Read More »

HRSA awards Duke $2.3 million grant; Karen Hills and PA Program to lead project

by Sarah Harrison The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has awarded Duke University an approximate $2.3 million grant for primary care training and enhancement. Led by the Duke Physician Assistant Program, the project will be a collaboration between the Department of Community and Family Medicine, Department of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Duke University School… Read More »

Staff Spotlight: Rachel Mullis

Name: Rachel Mullis Position: Assessment Program Coordinator Division in CFM: Duke Physician Assistant Program Time in this position: 3.5 years (October 2012) Years at Duke: 7 years (September 2009) What I do at work: I edit exams, post grades, request student feedback, and generally help faculty monitor student performance in real-time. I am usually elbows… Read More »