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Barbara L. Sheline

Professor|Assistant Dean for Primary Care

Duke University

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Duke University

100 Fuqua Drive Box 90120

Durham, North Carolina,27708

United States

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Family Physician Q&As -- Virtual FMIG

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Dr. Barbara Sheline -- Q&A with Barbara L. Sheline, MD, MPH.
Dr. Sheline has made private practice, academics, global health, clinical innovation and service to the underserved all part of her career, practicing the full scope of care, including obstetrics, through her position as assistant dean for primary care and associate professor of family medicine at Duke University School of Medicine. Dr. Sheline teaches at the university and sees patients in Duke's clinic, which incorporates elements of the Patient-Centered Medical Home model. Dr. Sheline joined the Duke faculty in 1990, after completing a fellowship in social medicine at the University of New Mexico.


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Dr. Barbara Sheline
Dr. Barbara Sheline Barbara L. Sheline, MD, MPH, has made private practice, academics, global health, clinical innovation and service to the underserved all part of her career. She practices the full scope of care, including obstetrics, through her position as assistant dean for primary care and associate professor of family medicine at Duke University School of Medicine.


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Barbara Sheline, Mina Silberberg, Melinda Blazar, Brian Halstater, Lloyd Michener
Barbara Sheline, MD, MPH associate professor, Department of Community and Family Medicine, and director, Primary Care Leadership Track, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, North Carolina. Address correspondence to Dr. Barbara Sheline, Box 3886, Durham, NC 27710 (Barbara.sheline@duke.edu).


Dr. Barbara Sheline, page 2 -- Virtual FMIG

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Dr. Barbara Sheline
Dr. Barbara Sheline, page 2 Dr. Barbara Sheline, page 3 Home > Family Medicine > Family Physician Q&As > Dr. Barbara Sheline > Dr. Barbara Sheline, page 2 Home > Family Medicine > Family Physician Q&As > Dr. Barbara Sheline > Dr. Barbara Sheline, page 2 Dr. Barbara Sheline, page 2 Q: What community service are you involved in, and what motivates you to do this work? Dr. Sheline: I work to link students to community health work. Dr. Sheline: I usually start my day early in my garden. Dr. Sheline: This work is extremely rewarding as I work with wonderful staff, faculty and students to create change agents for the future of primary care. We are creating a four-year program that allows students to follow patients over a year or more, work with a community team caring for the underserved, and be trained in leadership skills and community-engaged research. Q: What is your most vivid memory from medical school? Dr. Sheline: Meeting the man that would become my husband in the lab the first day of medical school, and getting married a year-and-a-half later, just before our clinical rotations. Previous | Next Barbara L. Sheline, MD, MPH, has made private practice, academics, global health, clinical innovation, and service to the underserved all part of her career. She practices the full scope of care, including obstetrics, through her position as assistant dean for primary care and associate professor of family medicine at Duke University School of Medicine.


Dr. Barbara Sheline -- Virtual FMIG

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Dr. Barbara Sheline
Home > Family Medicine > Family Physician Q&As > Dr. Barbara Sheline Dr. Barbara Sheline Barbara L. Sheline, MD, MPH Barbara L. Sheline, MD, MPH, has made private practice, academics, global health, clinical innovation and service to the underserved all part of her career. She practices the full scope of care, including obstetrics, through her position as assistant dean for primary care and associate professor of family medicine at Duke University School of Medicine. Dr. Sheline teaches at the university and sees patients in Duke's clinic, which incorporates elements of the Patient-Centered Medical Home model. Dr. Sheline joined the Duke faculty in 1990, after completing a fellowship in social medicine at the University of New Mexico. Q: What led you into the practice of family medicine? Dr. Sheline: I discovered family medicine while I was completing my MPH after my third year of medical school. I recognized it as my specialty based on the focus on individual and population prevention and community outreach. Q: What surprised you most as a new physician? Dr. Sheline: I thought I had to know all the answers by the end of medical school, or at least residency. Dr. Sheline: I love the relationships I have developed with my patients, my students and my teaching faculty. My greatest reward is when I see empowered patients and students taking the lead in their lives. I have learned to let go of my expectations and let my patients and students guide me more. Q: What do you tell undecided medical students who are considering careers in family medicine? Dr. Sheline: Family medicine is at the forefront of the new paradigm in health care. Dr. Barbara Sheline, page 2 Dr. Barbara Sheline, page 3 Barbara L. Sheline, MD, MPH, has made private practice, academics, global health, clinical innovation, and service to the underserved all part of her career. She practices the full scope of care, including obstetrics, through her position as assistant dean for primary care and associate professor of family medicine at Duke University School of Medicine.


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