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Dec 9, 2014

Most family physicians are familiar with the "triple aim" phraseology associated with improving overall health system performance. The triple aim calls for providing better health care, enhancing the patient experience and lowering health care costs.

Now, two primary care researchers, both general internists, urge consideration of adding a fourth leg to that triple-aim stool; namely, improving the work life of health care clinicians and staff members.

 

Dec 9, 2014

Dr. Olayiwola was recently awarded the Emerging Public Health Professional Award for mid-career professionals.  Established in 2011 by the Harvard School of Public Health, the award recognizes achievements in public health practice, innovation, and professional service at various career stages.  Congratulations, Dr. Olayiwola!

 

Nov 7, 2014
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The Autism Asperger Syndrome Coalition for Education, Networking and Development (AASCEND), recognized Clarissa Kripke for her work in creating networks of advocacy and support for the AS community.  Dr. Kripke was presented the award at AASCEND's 15th Anniversary Conference, which was held on October 18.  Congratulations, Clarissa!