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A takeaway from this @BMJ_Qual_Saf editorial by @DeptPopMed's Chanu Rhee:
We must take the positive & negative le… https://t.co/u5U3udlz10
In February 2021, Dennis Ross-Degnan’s career of global research and teaching contributions was the catalyst for being awarded the William Silen Lifetime Achievement in Mentoring Award. Established in 1997, the award is bestowed by Harvard Medical School’s Office for Diversity, Inclusion & Community Partnership. The award honors the lifetime commitment that its namesake made to mentoring students, residents, and faculty. Dr. Ross-Degnan is the second Institute faculty member to receive this mark of distinction.
A biweekly overview of recent studies published by Institute investigators and their collaborators spans a wide variety of topics, including:
PrEP’s role in engagement of primary care; the PrEP continuum of care; the potential effects of genome sequencing on patients and families; and using epigenetics to determine the effects of maternal smoking on offspring
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