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Drs. Erin Goss and Shwetha Iyer to Lead PC/SIM Program
The Department of Medicine proudly announces the joint appointment of Drs. Erin Goss and Shwetha Iyer for the track directorship of the Primary Care/Social Internal Medicine Program (PC/SIM). Drs. Iyer and Goss bring a passion and a commitment to the program’s varied missions, allowing the program to move forward and continue its national reputation for training outstanding clinicians for careers in leadership in health care and primary care with a social medicine conscience.
Opioid Addiction Treatment Options
Dr. Chinazo Cunningham of Einstein and Montefiore Medical Center argues that the increasingly unmet need for opioid-addiction treatment makes it critical for doctors and patients to be aware of, and choose, the proper treatment.
Dr. Julia Arnsten to Receive ACLGIM Chief’s Recognition Award
Dr. Julia Arnsten has been selected to receive the 2015 Association of Chiefs & Leaders of General Internal Medicine (ACLGIM) Chief's Recognition Award from ACLGIM and the Society for General Internal Medicine, given annually to the general internal medicine division chief who most represents excellence in division leadership.
Addressing Barriers to BMT Could Reduce Illicit Buprenorphine Use
Poor access to BMT may contribute to illicit buprenorphine use, and relatively minor interventions addressing barriers could improve treatment access, according to a recent study by Dr. Aaron D. Fox and associates.
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