Recent shifts in health care financing, governance, and information management have profoundly shaped the ways health practitioners and patients interact with one another, often leaving both deeply unsatisfied. This conference examines diverse models of clinical care that respond to these shifts, to identify constructive ways forward that meet the needs of both patients and practitioners.

Hosted by Trent Center for Bioethics, Humanities & History of Medicine at the Duke University School of Medicine

Cosponsored by the Duke University School of Nursing and the Duke University Health System