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Pauline Duke

Family Medicine

Professor
Family Practice Unit

Family Practice Unit HSC
Rm: H2407
Discipline of Family Medicine
Faculty of Medicine
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, NL A1B 3V6
t: 709-864-6545
f: 709-777-7913
lab:

pduke@mun.ca




Featured on International WONCA (World Organization of Family Physicians) newsletter. Read the article.

AWARDS
 
 
2012   Dr. Geeta Gupta Award for equity and diversity, College of Family Physicians of Canada
 
2009   Primary Care Researcher of the Year Award (for Newfoundland and Labrador)
 
2009   Award of Excellence, College of Family Physicians of Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador Chapter
 
2003   The Gus Rowe Clinical Teaching Award for Family Medicine (selected by family medicine residents as preceptor of the year)
 
2000   Family Physician of the Year Award, College of Family Physicians of Canada, Newfoundland & Labrador Chapter
 
PUBLICATIONS
 
Peer Reviewed
 
1. Pauline S. Duke, Fern Brunger, Elizabeth Ohle, (2015),"Morning in refugee health: an introduction for medical students", International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, Vol. 11 Iss 2 pp. 86 – 94. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IJMHSC-05-2014-0020
 
2. Pauline Duke, Marshall Godwin, Samuel Ratnam, Lesa Dawson, Dan Fontaine, Adrian Lear, Martha Traverso-Yepez, Wendy Graham, Mohamad Ravalia, Gerry Mufgord, Andrea Pike, Jacqueline H Fortier, Mandy Peach; Effect of vaginal self-sampling on cervical cancer screening rates: a community-based study in Newfoundland. BMC Women’s Health. 2015 Jun 10;15:47. doi: 10.1186/s12905-015-0206-1
 
3. Duke P, Brunger F; The MUN Med Gateway Project: Marrying medical education and social accountability. Can Fam Physician 2015; 61:e81-e87
http://www.cfp.ca/content/61/2/e81.abstract
 
4. Asghari S, Aref-Eshghi E, Hurley O, Godwin M, Duke P, Williamson T, Mahdavian M; Does the prevalence of dyslipidemias differ between Newfoundland and the rest of Canada? Findings from the electronic medical records of the Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network. frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine. http://journal.frontiersin.org/Journal/10.3389/fcvm.2015.00001/full
 
5. Duke P, Fardy J; Recurrent Clostridium Difficile Infection Treated by Home Fecal Transplantation: a Case Report. Journal of Medical Case Reports 2014.8:393
 
6. Brunger F, Duke P; Kenny R; Matching physicians to newly arrived refugees in a context of physician shortage: Innovation through advocacy. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care. 2014 Volume 10 issue 1, pp.36-51 
 
7. Guigne F, Duke P, Rourke L; Is Vitamin D deficiency an Underreported Issue in Refugee Health? Two Cases of Infants Presenting with Vitamin D Deficiency Rickets. Can Fam Physician 2013;59 641-643
 
8. Francoise Guigné, Pauline Duke, and Leslie Rourke; Looking beyond literacy: Understanding and approaching barriers to refugee health in 2 cases of vitamin D–deficiency rickets .Canadian Family Physician June 2013  vol. 59 no. 6  607-608
 
9. Brunger F, Duke P, The Evolution of Integration: Innovation in Clinical Skills and Ethics in First Year Medicine. Medical Teacher, 2012; 34:e452-e458.
 
10. Training Family Medicine Residents to Care for Children, What is the best approach? Duke  P, Curran CR. Canadian Family Physician, Vol. 57, No. 2, February 2011, pp.e46 - e50
 
11. Curran CR, Butler R, Duke P, Eaton WH, Moffatt SM, Sherman GP, Pottle M, Effectiveness of a simulated clinical examination in the assessment of the clinical competencies of entry- level trainees in a family medicine residency program. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education. 2010, 1–14. DOI: 10.1080/02602938.2010.515009
 
12. Parsons W, Duke P, Snow P, Edwards A. Physicians as Parents: Parenting Experiences of Physicians in Newfoundland and Labrador. Canadian Family Physician, August 2009; 55:808 - 809.e4
 
13. Duke P, Parsons W, Snow P, Edwards A; Physicians as Mothers: Breastfeeding Practices of Physician-mothers in Newfoundland and Labrador. Canadian Family Physician, May 2007
 
14. Curran V, Eaton W, Butler R, Duke P, Moffatt S, Sherman G; Evaluation of the Usefulness of a Simulated Clinical Exam in a Family Medicine Residency Program. Medical Teacher, May 2007; 29:406-407
 
15. Pullman D, Bethune C, Duke P; Narrative Means to Humanistic Ends.  Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 2005
 
16. Pullman D, Bethune C, Duke P; Memorial University of Newfoundland, Faculty of Medicine.The Medical Humanities in the Clinical Skills Course. Academic Medicine October 2003; Vol.78, No. 10
 
17. Duke P. Manejo del SIDA en una consulta de Medicina Familiar Rural. Medicina Familiar December 1991
 
18. Duke P. Caring for a Patient with AIDS in a Rural Family Practice. Canadian Family Physician December 1990
 
 
Commentaries and Editorials
 
1. Duke P. Reflections from Before. Canadian Family Physician, August 2007, Vol.53:1339-1340
 
2. Duke P. Teaching About Violence. Section of Teachers of Family Medicine Newsletter Spring 1999; Vol.7, No. 1
 
3. Duke P. Listening to Their Stories.  Canadian Family Physician December 1994; Vol. 40
 
4. Duke P. Physicians Must Help Diagnose, Prevent Family Violence, Newfoundland MD’s Say. CMAJ August 1994:151(3)
 
5. Duke P. Book Review, Canadian Family Physician, Caring for a Loved One with AIDS, 1992
 
 
Book Chapters
 
1. Duke P, Buehler S; A Profile of Women’s Health in Newfoundland and Labrador. Key Challenges to Women’s Health September 1994; Chapter I: 1-6
 
2. Duke P, Leamon L; A Profile of Women’s Health in Newfoundland and Labrador. Violence Against Women September 1994; Chapter VII: 61-67
 
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