The annual meeting of the Society of General Internal Medicine takes place in a little over two months from now. It’s May 11-14 in Hollywood, Florida, a location on the Florida coast just north of Miami.
This week we learned about our Duke acceptances. We are reporting what we’ve found so far about oral presentations plus one workshop! Next week check back with us for a lengthier list of poster acceptances. This is amazing work. Many congratulations to all!
Oral abstract presentations
- Do Primary Care Clinics with Higher Adoption levels of Patient Centered Medical Home Features have lower ED return visits? Zayd A. Razouki; Chris Beadles ; Sandra Woolson ; Valerie Smith; George L. Jackson ; Susan N. Hastings
- A Needs-Based Resident Clinic Redesign Results in Improved Patient Utilization of Care and Increased Resident Satisfaction Lynn Bowlby; Alex H. Cho; Natasha T. Cunningham; Lawrence Greenblatt; Adia K. Ross; Mark Sendak; Daniella A. Zipkin
- Community Health Worker Support for Self-Measured Blood Pressure Monitoring among Urban African Americans with Uncontrolled Hypertension S. Alison Kraemer; Patti Ephraim; Jane Pendergast; Hui Jie Lee; Jessica Ameling; LaPricia Lewis-Boyer; Debra J. Gayles; Valerie Lee; Hema Ramamurthi; Dwyan Y. Monroe; James Valderrama; Nuha Muktar; Kathryn A. Carson; Lee R. Bone; David M. Levine; Lisa A. Cooper; L. Ebony Boulware [combined Hopkins and DGIM work]
Engaged to Be Engaged in Community-Based Research? Gather the Tools You Need to Take the Leap into Practice Lisa A. Cooper; Monica E. Peek; L. Ebony Boulware; Giselle M. Corbie-Smith; O. Kenrik Duru; Gbenga Ogedegbe
Let us know if we’ve missed yours! Don’t forget, we’ll publish the poster acceptances next week. Later, you can count on us to distribute a filtered GIM program itinerary. Tip: you can search the online program itinerary now with key words “Duke” or “Durham VA.”
SGIM’s 2016 annual meeting theme is “Generalists Engaged in Population Health: Improving Outcomes and Equity through Research, Education and Patient Care. The Society of General Internal Medicine is a national medical society of 3,000 physicians who are the primary internal medicine faculty of every medical school and major teaching hospital in the United States. The Journal of GIM is the official journal of SGIM. In the past 5 months DGIM published 4 papers in this journal – we saw an Editorial prompted by one by Voils et al. [Link]
We are the educators of medical students, residents, and fellows, teaching how to care for adult patients. We also conduct research that improves primary care, preventative measures, and treatment services for patients.
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