Lisa Criscione-Schreiber, MD, MEd, is an associate professor of medicine, rheumatology program director and vice chair for education, Department of Medicine at Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, N.C. Her academic interests include medical education, mentoring and SLE.
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Ryan Jessee, MD, is a clinical associate at Duke University School of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of Rheumatology and Immunology. His interests include musculoskeletal ultrasound and advocacy.
David Leverenz, MD (@DavidLeverenz), is an assistant professor of medicine and rheumatology associate program director at Duke University School of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of Rheumatology and Immunology. His academic interests include medical education and quality improvement.
Project Abstracts Accepted for ACR/ARP Presentation
- 2015 (abstract 2505): Wells M, Lackey V, Peart E, et al. A fellow led quality improvement project for improving contraceptive compliance for women receiving teratogenic medications.
- 2015 (abstract 2513): Sadun R, Holdgate N, Wells M, et al. Contraception use amongst women ages 18–45 taking known teratogenic medications in an academic rheumatology clinic.
- 2016 (abstract 1416): Wells M, Sadun R, Jayasundara M, et al. Sustained improvement in documentation of disease activity measurement as a quality improvement project at an academic rheumatology clinic.
- 2017 (oral presentation; 1797): Jayasundara M, Jessee R, Weiner J, et al. Insights from treating to target in rheumatoid arthritis at an academic medical center.
- 2018 (abstract 1243): Jessee R, Giattino S, Kapila A, et al. A quality improvement initiative to increase adherence to hydroxychloroquine dosing guidelines at an academic medical center.
- 2019 (abstract 1190): Leverenz D, Golenbiewski J, Andonian B, et al. A quality improvement project to increase documentation efficiency in an academic rheumatology practice.
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