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Mark Dreusicke

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Duke University

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Duke University

100 Fuqua Drive Box 90120

Durham, North Carolina,27708

United States

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Employment History

Research Associate

Duke Integrative Medicine


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www.teleosis.org

In the study presented by Mark Dreusicke of Duke University School of Medicine and Ruth Wolever of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, entitled Integrative Health Coaching: A Behavioral Skills Approach to Improve Diabetes MedicationAdherence and Glycemic Control, the authors looked at the impact of health coaching on medication adherence of diabetes patients.


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Mark Dreusicke
Mark Dreusicke - Research Associate Mark Dreusicke is a Duke medical student who joined the Integrative Medicine research team in 2009 to fulfill the School of Medicine's third-year research requirement. Mark completed his undergraduate education at the University of Virginia in 2002 with a degree in neuroscience. Subsequently he spent four years conducting research in both neuroimaging and clinical psychology at the University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University and Harvard University.


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Mark Dreusicke, B.A. - MSIII
Mark is a third-year medical student at Duke who joined the Integrative Medicine team in Fall 2008 to fulfill his third year research requirement. He is conducting analyses on a study that addresses whether medication adherence improves when participants work with a health coach. In addition, he is interested in cost-effectiveness and cost-savings analyses. Mark graduated from the University of Virginia in 2002 with a degree in Psychobiology/Neuroscience. Before medical school, he worked in various clinical and research environments focused on behavioral neuroscience and neuroimaging.


www.teleosis.org [cached]

In the study presented by Mark Dreusicke of Duke University School of Medicine and Ruth Wolever of Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, entitledIntegrative Health Coaching: A Behavioral Skills Approach to Improve Diabetes MedicationAdherence and Glycemic Control, the authors looked at the impact of health coaching on medication adherence of diabetes patients.


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Mark Dreusicke
Medical Student Duke University, Durham, NC


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