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Michael P. Cary, PhD, RN
Michael Cary and Christine Tocchi have been selected to join the Duke School of Medicine K Club. The K Club is designed to assist junior faculty, fellows and post-docs in the preparation of Career Development (NIH K) grant applications.
Michael Cary and Elizabeth Merwin co-authored an article entitled "Changes in payment regulation and acute care use for total hip replacement: trends in length of stay, costs, and discharge, 1997 - 2012" in the Journal of Rehabilitation Nursing.
Ruth Anderson, Michael Cary and Beth Merwin co-authored an article entitled "Performance-based outcomes of inpatient rehabilitation facilities treating hip fracture patients in the United States" that has been published in the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Michael Cary has been selected to participate in the 2015 Duke course on Leadership Development for Researchers (LEADER). His class includes outstanding scientists from fields in 13 different School of Medicine departments as well as the School of Nursing, Arts & Sciences and the School of Engineering.
Michael Cary and Beth Merwin have published an article entitled "Inpatient rehabilitation outcomes in a national sample of medicare beneficiaries with hip fracture” in the Journal of Applied Gerontology.
Michael Cary attended the Gerontological Society of America Annual Scientific Meeting in New Orleans, La., and presented in symposium recently completed work examining the association between social support and physical functioning in older African Americans.
Michael Cary presented a poster entitled "Rehabilitation Outcomes among Medicare Hip Fracture Patients: Evidence from U.S. Inpatient Rehabilitation Facilities" at the American Congress on Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Meeting in Orlando, Fla.
Gerontology has been an area of particular focus and strength within the School of Nursing since the 1960’s, when faculty member Dr. Virginia Stone established the nation’s first gerontological master degree program for nurses interested in caring for older adults.