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Four receive Clinical Innovation Grants

Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Duke Medicine Pavilion

The following Department of Pediatrics faculty received Clinical Innovation Grants (formerly known as Duke Children's Gala Awards) for their projects specifically focused on innovation priorities, including new care delivery models, innovating the pediatric patient experience, and engaging non-Duke stakeholders (community, industry, etc.) to improve the health and well-being of children, adolescents, and young adults.

Sujay Kansagra, MD (Neurology) for his project entitled, “Development and Commercialization of a Sleep Promoting Device for Infants and Children.”

Angelo Milazzo, MD (Cardiology) for his project entitled, “Creation of a Referral Liaison Position to Support Duke Children's Outpatient Scheduling.”

David Ming, MD (Hospital Medicine) for his project entitled, “What Matters to You, Matters to Us: A Patient/Family Centered Population Health Model for Children with Medical Complexity.”

Lisa Rasbach, PhD, CPNP (Endocrinology) for her project entitled, “IMPACT-Improving Access and Communication through Telehealth for Pediatric Type1 Diabetes Patients.

Congratulations to these faculty on their awards, and special thanks to all who submitted proposals for consideration this year.