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Pamela M. Duke

Pamela M. Duke, MD

Professor


Department: Medicine

Practices: Internal Medicine

Specialties: Primary Care, General Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine

Education

  • MD - University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington
  • BA, Swarthmore College

Clinical Background

Pamela Duke, MD, is board certified in internal medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Her interests include patient communication skills, geriatric medicine, chronic care, women’s health and medical student education.

Clinical Services

Immunizations, Physical examination, Internal medicine, Preventive health care, Geriatrics

Fellowships

  • Academy of Communication in Healthcare-Fellow (FACH)
  • Geriatrics Scholar University of Connecticut, Travelers Center for Aging

Residencies

  • Internal Medicine - University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington

Internships

  • Internal Medicine - University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington

Pamela Duke, MD, is a professor of medicine in the Division of Internal Medicine, as well as course director for the Clinical Skills, Third Year Professional Formation and the Primary Care Practicum at Drexel University College of Medicine. Dr. Duke has been involved in teaching medical students in the Program for Integrated Learning, which is a problem-based curricular tract within Drexel University College of Medicine. She recently co-authored a pathophysiology textbook entitled Med-Maps for Pathophysiology and continues to do research in medical education. She is an active member of the American Academy of Healthcare Communication, doing workshops on patient-physician communication.

In the Media

Presentations

"The Skills Sets and the Electronic Medical Record"
Duke, P.
In Chou C, Cooley L, eds. Communication Rx: Transforming Healthcare Through Relationship Centered Communication. 1st ed. New York: McGraw-Hill Education, 2017

"Professionalism Education at Drexel University College of Medicine"
Rosenzweig S, Novack D, Duke, P
In Byyny RL, Paauw DS Papadakis M, Pfeil S, eds. Medical Professionalism Best Practices: Professionalism in the Modern Era. Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, 2017. Available at http://alphaomegaalpha.org/pdfs/Monograph2018.pdf

"Preserving third year medical students' empathy and enhancing self-reflection using small group "virtual hangout" technology"
Duke P, Grosseman S, Novack DH, Rosenzweig S
Med Teacher 5:1-6. 2014

"How to Integrate the Electronic Health Record and Patient-Centered Communication into the Medical Visit: A Skills Based Approach"
Duke P, Frankel R, Reis S
Teach Learn Med2013;25(4):358-365