Duke Population Health Faculty

Faculty & Staff Duke Department Of Population Health

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Faculty Hayden B. Bosworth, PhD Professor in Population Health Sciences Dr. Bosworth is a health services researcher. His research interests comprise three overarching areas of research: Clinical research that provides knowledge for improving patients’ treatment adherence and self-management in chronic care

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Faculty Duke OBGYN

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Women's Community and Population Health; Faculty; Women's Community and Population Health. Faculty. Bethany E Beasley, MD. Clinical Associate in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Women's Community and Population Health . Elizabeth Innes Deans, MD. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Women's Community and Population …

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About The Department Duke Department Of Population

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The Duke Department of Population Health Sciences’ mission is to produce important insights, guide them into practice, and prepare the next population health scientists well to improve the health of communities everywhere. Contact Us Department of Population Health Sciences 215 Morris Street Durham, NC 27701 Phone: 919.681.6801 Teri-Lynne Sennett

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NextGenPop @ Duke DUPRI

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Tyson Brown Associate Professor of Sociology Director of the Center on Health & Society (CHS) Research interests: racial and social inequality, population health Scott M. Lynch Professor of Sociology Director of the Duke Center for Population Health and Aging (CPHA) Associate Director of the Duke University Population Research Institute (DUPRI)

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Teaching Population Health: A Competency Map …

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Duke community health faculty have this degree of competence, gained through experience and training in public health. Because of this department’s goal to produce clinician leaders in community health improvement, this level of competence is our target for Duke family medicine faculty and residency graduates.

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DukeMargolis Faculty Margolis Center For Health Policy

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Margolis Core Faculty Lesley Curtis, PhD Chair and Professor, Department of Population Health Sciences Margolis Executive Core Faculty Michael Frakes, JD, PhD Professor of Law Margolis Core Faculty 2020 Intern Mentor Ziad Gellad, MD, MPH, AGAF Associate Professor of Medicine Margolis Core Faculty Elizabeth Joanne Gifford, PhD

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Doctor Of Philosophy In Population Health Sciences Duke

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The department can assist potential applicants to learn more about faculty research and to find appropriate matches. About the Ph.D. in Population Health Sciences . The Duke PopHealth Ph.D. program prepares researchers to formulate important research questions, design studies to answer them, organize resources to carry out relevant studies and analyze …

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Introduction To Population Health Sciences Duke

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6-13-22 - 10:00am to 6-13-22 - 12:45pm. In this workshop, attendees will be introduced to the ever-evolving field of Population Health Sciences, which draws on multidisciplinary perspectives to understand the determinants of health across populations and designs evidence-informed approaches to improve the health of those populations.

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Population Health To Guide Duke Health System Strategy

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Washington’s focus on population health aligns closely with the majority of research taking place among DGHI faculty and students. “The field of population health plays a prominent role at DGHI, where as much as three-quarters of our faculty’s research—whether local or global—is population-based,” said Michael Merson, DGHI director.

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Faculty & Staff Duke University School Of Medicine

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Faculty & Staff Barbara Sheline, MD, MPH Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health Barbara Sheline, MD, MPH, Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health, serves as Director. She has served as the Assistant Dean for Primary Care at Duke SOM since 1994. Dr. Sheline is a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Medicine.

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Personal, Environmental & Population Health Duke Pratt

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Personal, Environmental & Population Health. Duke engineers are deeply engaged in improving the health of humans and our environment—from understanding and ameliorating disease at the molecular and genetic level, to developing technologies to improve global health, to exploring the interconnections between human health and environmental quality.A hallmark …

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Kevin Phillip Weinfurt [email protected]

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Professor in Population Health Sciences Kevin P. Weinfurt, PhD, is Professor and Vice Chair of Research in the Department of Population Health Sciences at Duke University Medical Center and a faculty member of the Duke Clinical Research Institute.

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Why population health sciences at duke?

At Duke's Dept. of Population Health Sciences, we empower the next generation of healthcare researchers. Do you care about advancing promising ideas and practices that positively impact the health of communities everywhere? Do you want to use rigorous analytics to design data-driven solutions?

Who is the chief nursing officer at duke university?

Ms. Kinard serves as associate chief nursing officer for the Duke Population Health Management Office (PHMO). Prior to joining Duke, she served in a variety of roles with Wake County Medical Society Community Health Foundation, including care manager, provider services manager, deputy director, and executive director.

What is the student population at duke university?

Duke University has a total enrollment of 16,130 with a gender distribution of 49.70% male (8,016 students) and 50.30% female (8,114 students). 2018 Student Population By Gender. Duke University.

What is duke doing to improve community health in durham?

Over the last decade, Duke University, particularly its Department of Community and Family Medicine, has been heavily involved with community partners in Durham, North Carolina to improve the local community’s health.

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