Chaplains on the Medical Team: A Qualitative Analysis of an Interprofessional Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents and Chaplain Interns
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Published Version (Please cite this version)10.1007/s10943-015-0158-7
Publication InfoCrowe, T; Hemming, John Patrick; Levine, Rachel; & Teague, Paula (2016). Chaplains on the Medical Team: A Qualitative Analysis of an Interprofessional Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents and Chaplain Interns. Journal of Religion and Health, 55(2). pp. 560-571. 10.1007/s10943-015-0158-7. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10161/11618.
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Assistant Professor of Medicine
Dr. Hemming joined the faculty at Duke University in 2015. He is a general internist, and practices primary care medicine at the Duke Outpatient Clinic in Durham. He is a medical educator. He teaches and supervises Internal Medicine residents in the primary care and inpatient setting. He is a member of the Duke Kidney Transplant Center, where he evaluates potential live donors and acts as the Independent Living Donor Advocate, assisting patients and families with the diff