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Personalizing Medicine: Considering Preferences and Values
In a recent post in Einstein's The Doctor's Tablet, Dr. Paul Marantz uses the example of his own mother’s critical healthcare choices to examine the role of patient values and needs when considering the risk of a new procedure or treatment.
Strategies to Improve HCV Care
Dr. Chinazo Cunningham presented "Strategies to Improve the HCV Continuum of Care: Best Practices in Testing, Linkage to Care, & Treatment"at the 2015 National Summit on HCV and HIV Diagnosis, Prevention and Access to Care in Arlington, VA.
Overcoming Opioid Addiction Through a Group-Based Model
A new research study led by Dr. Aaron Fox, Assistant Professor of Medicine and a clinician-
investigator in the Division of General Internal Medicine, seeks to improve the effectiveness
of buprenorphine treatment within primary care by offering counseling and treatment to multiple
patients simultaneously in groups.
For Excellence In Medical Education
Dr. Darlene LeFrancois, recipient of a Grant for
Excellence in Medical Education, will present her work in progress to fellow faculty members
at the annual "Works-In-Progress: Grants For Excellence In Medical Education", Thursday, June
18 in the Price Center.
Research Skills for Clinicians
Drs. Aaron Fox, Paul Marantz, and Chinazo Cunningham were featured for their participation in the Einstein Clinical Research Training Program (CRTP), which offers a Master of Science in Clinical Research Methods.
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