An adverse reaction to a medication given to treat an adverse reaction: a teachable moment.

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2014-07

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10.1001/jamainternmed.2014.1605

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Rohrhoff, NJ, DB McNeill and JC Boggan (2014). An adverse reaction to a medication given to treat an adverse reaction: a teachable moment. JAMA Intern Med, 174(7). pp. 1035–1036. 10.1001/jamainternmed.2014.1605 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/14595.

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McNeill

Diana Bures McNeill

Professor of Medicine

Diabetes in Pregnancy

Type 1 Diabetes - Intensive Insulin Therapy

Type 1 Diabetes - Complications

Type 2 Diabetes - Management

Obesity
Thyroid Disease

Boggan

Joel Boggan

Associate Professor of Medicine

I am a hospital medicine physician interested in quality improvement, patient safety, and medical education across the UME, GME, and CME environments. My current QI and research projects include work on readmissions, inpatient ORYX and patient experience measures, clinical documentation improvement, medication reconciliation, and appropriate utilization of inpatient resources. Alongside this work, I serve as the lead mentor for our Durham VA Chief Resident in Quality and Safety within the Department of Medicine and the Program Director for the Duke University Hospital CRQS.

As Associate Program Director for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety in the Duke Internal Medicine Residency Program, I oversee QI and safety education and projects for our residents and help co-lead our Residency Patient Safety and Quality Council. Additionally, I supervise housestaff and students on our general medicine wards, precept housestaff evidence-based medicine resident reports, and serve as a small group leader for our second-year medical student Clinical Skills Course. Finally, I lead our Innovation Sciences committee as part of the ongoing School of Medicine Curriculum Innovation Initiative.


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