NEWS AT DCRI
In keeping with our mission to share knowledge that improves the care of patients around the world, the DCRI is committed to bringing you the most up-to-date research news from our thought leaders, collaborators, and partners.
- Many heart attack patients may be needlessly treated in ICU April 15, 2019 – A new study finds that more than 80 percent of stable STEMI patients are treated in the ICU. Many patients who suffer ...
- Organizations join forces to create global alliance against antibiotic resistance April 13, 2019 – The ARLG and COMBACTE will work together on a number of initiatives designed to fight drug-resistant infections. The U.S.-based Antibacterial Resistance Leadership ...
- ECHO program set to begin expansive child health research April 9, 2019 – The DCRI serves as the Coordinating Center for the program, which received single IRB approval to proceed with its expansive observational ...
Improving Pediatric Outcomes Through Innovative Trials
DCRI faculty, fellows, and operational leaders showcased our thought leadership and sought out new opportunities for collaboration during the 68th annual American College of Cardiology Scientific Session and Expo, occurring March 16-18 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Learn what more about the late-breaking science, pragmatic clinical trials, patient partnerships, and everything else our experts discussed and debated during the annual conference.
Behavioral Intervention & Economics Colloquium
On May 15 the DCRI’s BRISC will host a discussion-rich colloquium for aimed at building a behavioral intervention and behavioral economics network at Duke.
Making Study Results Accessible
Results from the ARTEMIS study, providing insights on prescribing patterns and clinical outcomes, are now available in a patient-focused lay summary format.
Transforming Obesity Research at Duke
Join fellow Duke researchers, June 21, and foster collaborations intended to have the highest impact on future obesity-related research and resulting patient care.
Looking into the Liver Transplant List
Gastroenterologist and hepatologist Julius Wilder, MD, PhD, is using funds from a recent career development award to investigate reasons why patients from underrepresented populations are less likely to be put on the liver transplant list.
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