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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.
Faculty Appointments and Promotions
The Department of Medicine extends its warmest congratulations to Drs. Chinazo Cunningham, Eva Metalios, Anjali Sharma, and Robert Sidlow, who were among the Department of Medicine faculty members appointed or promoted in the past year.
General Internal Medicine at SGIM 2015
Members of the Division of General Internal Medicine delivered numerous workshops, clinical vignettes, original research, and innovations at the national meeting of the Society of General Internal Medicine, April 22-25, 2015 in Toronto, Canada.
Training Physicians to Think Broadly About Health and Wellness
In Einstein's "The Doctor's Tablet" blog, Dr. Aaron Fox explains why he believes public advocacy should be part of the training for all physicians and how it can help both patients and doctors.
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