By Viviana Martinez-Bianchi, M.D., FAAFP

“We are thankful to our colleagues at Duke who have created a framework and competences in population health. We have followed their lead and re-created what was possible for our community.”

When I heard these words said by a faculty member from Colorado at the spring meeting of The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM) in Orlando I could not help but feel proud of the path we have traveled in the past eight years.

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Gretchen OakleyName: Gretchen Oakley

Position: Staff Assistant

Division in CFM: Family Medicine

Time in this position: 3 years

Years at Duke: 16 years

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Gene FranklinName: Gene Franklin

Position: Occupational Health Nurse Sr.

Division in CFM: OEM/EOHW

Time in this position: 25

Years at Duke: 37

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By Sharon Hull, M.D., MPH

Every year, during the third week of March, medical students from across the United States find out where they will go to complete residency training in a specialty of their choosing. Residency programs, including Duke Family Medicine, find out who will be entering training in their institutions.

This year’s notifications happened on March 20 in a process formally known as the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), and informally known as “the Match.”

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