Division Faculty Shine at HSR&D National Conference

HSR&D Conference logo croppedTen faculty members from the division of General Internal Medicine presented at last week’s HSR&D/QUERI National Conference in Philadelphia. These faculty members presented or led workshops, posters, panels and discussions on topics of critical importance toward the health needs of our nation’s veterans. Congratulations to all the Duke faculty members who participated in this national event!

The table below includes all Duke faculty presenting at the conference and the titles of their presentation, with division faculty members listed in bold.

Presenters Type Titles
George Jackson, PhD, Heather King, PhD,  Dawn Provenzale, MD (Gastroenterology) Workshop From Evidence to Implementation of New Clinical Procedures: VA’s Response to Lung Cancer Screening
Karen Goldstein, MD, MSPH Posters (2) 1. Gender differences in satisfaction and confidence in lipid control among high risk Veterans
2. Do Practice Based Research Networks add value to VA implementation research?
Corrine Voils, PhD Invited Panel Access to genomic innovations in clinical care for Veterans: Learning from the VA genomic medicine collaboration
Nina Sperber, PhD Poster Organizational Readiness to Implement a National Lung Cancer Screening Program within the VHA
Denise Duan-Porter, MD, PhD Poster Technology Use and Related Attitudes Among Veterans and Their Informal Caregivers
John Williams, MD, Denis Duan-Porter, MD, PhD Poster Evidence Mapping – Do Systematic Reviews Report the Inclusion of Women and Sex as a Moderator of Intervention Effects?
Matt Maciejewski, PHD Workshops (2) 1. The Big Data Frontier: Learning How to Work with Data in the Corporate Data Warehouse
2. Managing High Cost, Multimorbid Patients
Matt Crowley, MD (Endocrinology) Oral Presentation Patient Perceptions of Effective, Scalable Telemedicine Care for Veterans with Persistent Poor Diabetes Control
Kelly Muir, MD (Opthamalogy) Poster The influence of oral statin medications on the progression of glaucoma
Patrick Calhoun, PhD (Psychiatry) Poster Comparative Effectiveness of an Internet-Based Smoking Cessation Intervention versus Clinic-Based Specialty Care for Veterans
Courtney Van Houtven, PhD Workshop Essentials of Partnered Program Evaluation: Lessons from QUERI-funded Partnered Evaluation Centers (PECs)