- Wednesday, August 31, 2016 - 7:00am to Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 7:00am
This recent conference examined diverse models of clinical care that respond to shifts in health care financing, governance and information management, to better meet the needs of both patients and practitioners. Recordings of conference talks will be posted soon.
Over a quarter of Duke’s first-year medical class participates regularly in our three medical student interest groups: Bioethics, History of Medicine, and Narrative Medicine. Students meet monthly with faculty facilitators to discuss ethical, historical and narrative topics that bear on medicine today. More information: email@example.com .
The goal of the Theology, Medicine and Culture (TMC) initiative is to promote conversation and collaboration across disciplines exploring the intersections of Theology, Medicine, and Culture. More information...
Trent Center director Ross McKinney, MD spoke earlier this year about conflict of interest. Click here for a video presentation.