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Dr. Sravya Bhatia to Participate in the Feagin Leadership Program
Dr. Sravya Bhatia, second year resident, has been selected to participate in the Feagin Leadership Program during the 2021-2022 academic year. As a Feagin scholar, Dr. Bhatia will attend leadership sessions and work with other scholars on a project focused on leadership development in medicine. The program also offers participants individual coaching, monthly team meetings, and attendance to the Feagin Forum. Created in 2008 the Feagin Leadership Program benefits leadership education within the Duke medical community.
Dr. Drew Emge to Participate in the Duke Medical Education Leadership Track
Dr. Drew Emge, second year resident, has been selected to participate in the Duke Medical Education Leadership Track (MELT) during the 2021-2022 academic year. The MELT curriculum consists of monthly, interactive workshops on topics such as adult learning theory, giving and receiving feedback, and bedside and clinical teaching. The course culminates with a capstone project that demonstrates what the trainee would like to implement in their departments/divisions. Sponsored by Duke Graduate Medical Education, the MELT program is designed to help train new leaders in Medical Education.
New TeleDermatology Service
|A new TeleDermatology service is now available for patients, starting in September. The service incorporates still images with video visits and a virtual clinic complete with nursing and admin staff. We hope to grow the service to improve access to patients who need dermatology across our network.|
Dr. Meenal Kheterpal to Lead New Clinic at Duke Cancer Center
|Starting September 1, Dr. Kheterpal will lead expanded dermatological cancer care for patients that require multidisciplinary care. Learn more about the clinic and Dr. Kheterpal's role.|