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The Kanof Institute for Physician Leadership (KIPL) 2017 class of Leadership College scholars received their certificates for completing the year-long program at the Friday evening dinner and reception at the M3 Conference last weekend in Raleigh. Earlier in the day, each scholar presented a brief “MEDTalk” describing their project for the course. Topics included everything from ‘Barriers to Effective Prescriber Use of the North Carolina Controlled Substance Reporting System’ to ‘Weight Bias in Health Care.’ Watch the Bulletin for videos of the presentations.

View the 2017 MEDTalks presentations.

The Leadership College was established in 2003 to build and enhance physician and physician assistant leadership skills. The program equips graduates to become more influential in motivating and inspiring their peers to be leaders in their medical settings and their communities. Today there are hundreds of Leadership College alumni throughout the state who are making a positive difference for patients and our health care system. Learn more about Leadership College and other KIPL programs.

Congratulations to the following 2017 Leadership College scholars:

  • Richard A. Bunio, MD
  • John K. Campbell, MD
  • Anne Cotter, MD
  • Jason N. Crawford, MD
  • William F. Ingram, III, MD
  • Michael J. Lalor, MD
  • Daniel McKearney, PA-C
  • Connette P. McMahon, MD
  • Ravin J. Mehta, PA-C
  • Susan A. Melin, MD
  • Cormac A. O’Donovan, MD
  • Kristen R. Page, MD
  • Michael Patton, MD
  • Andrew T. Pickens, IV, MD
  • Trina D. Prather, MD
  • Richard O. Salmony, PA-C
  • Miriam Schwarz
  • Margaret L. Silkstone, MD
  • Michael D. Spirotos, MD
  • George Stamataros, DO
  • Richard D. Ulstad, PA-C
  • MaryShell B. Zaffino, MD