Duke Clinical Research institute
Duke Clinical Research institute
Durham, NC, United States
Durham United States
Duke Clinical Research institute
Durham, NC, United States
Durham United States
  • DCRI folks: Still getting back into the swing of things after the holidays? Grab a tiny time-out by attending a moments of mindfulness session from DCRIs Living Well program. These 20-minute guided practices are designed to help you reduce stress and increase well-being. Each class has a theme or topic to help you apply the practice to daily living. Find times and locations for these weekly events on our intranet!
  • Last week the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association issued new guidelines for the management of ischemic strokes, which account for about 85 percent of all strokes. The new guidelines expand the window for thrombectomy from six to 24 hours, based on the results of brain imaging in select patients. We asked the DCRIs Bradley Kolls, MD, associate professor in the Department of Neurology, to weigh in on the implications of these changes: https://dcri.org/stroke-guidelines/
  • When third-grader Ava Rao was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, it changed life for her whole family. Now a high school freshman, Ava and her dad, DCRI's Sunil V. Rao, MD, share their perspectives on Type 1 diabetes and hopes for the future: http://bit.ly/2DPEBWh
  • DCRI Folks: Mark your calendars! On Friday, February 2, we will kick off American Heart Month by participating in AHAs Go Red For Women initiative. DCRIs Living Well program will also be hosting special celebrations at North Pavilion and Durham Centre, complete with snacks, blood pressure checks, and more! Another perk? If you wear red on Friday, you can sign up to receive a free 15-minute chair massage. Pull out your best and brightest red and head over to our intranet for more details about times and locations for these events. (Below are photos from last year.)

DCRI folks: Still getting back into the swing of things after the holidays? Grab a tiny time-out by attending a moments of mindfulness session from DCRIs Living Well program. These 20-minute guided practices are designed to help you reduce stress and increase well-being. Each class has a theme or topic to help you apply the practice to daily living. Find times and locations for these weekly events on our intranet!

Last week the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association issued new guidelines for the management of ischemic strokes, which account for about 85 percent of all strokes. The new guidelines expand the window for thrombectomy from six to 24 hours, based on the results of brain imaging in select patients. We asked the DCRIs Bradley Kolls, MD, associate professor in the Department of Neurology, to weigh in on the implications of these changes: https://dcri.org/stroke-guidelines/

When third-grader Ava Rao was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, it changed life for her whole family. Now a high school freshman, Ava and her dad, DCRI's Sunil V. Rao, MD, share their perspectives on Type 1 diabetes and hopes for the future: http://bit.ly/2DPEBWh

DCRI Folks: Mark your calendars! On Friday, February 2, we will kick off American Heart Month by participating in AHAs Go Red For Women initiative. DCRIs Living Well program will also be hosting special celebrations at North Pavilion and Durham Centre, complete with snacks, blood pressure checks, and more! Another perk? If you wear red on Friday, you can sign up to receive a free 15-minute chair massage. Pull out your best and brightest red and head over to our intranet for more details about times and locations for these events. (Below are photos from last year.)

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