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Judith Vick, MD MPH is an internal medicine physician and health services researcher in the National Clinician Scholars Program at Duke University and the Durham VA. She is a graduate of Barnard College and completed her MPH and MD at Johns Hopkins, after which she completed residency in the Johns Hopkins Osler Medical Residency. 


In her research, Dr. Vick is interested in structural and system-level approaches to optimize decision making for older adults and their families in the acute care setting, with a specific focus on persons living with dementia. She is working on projects related to the use of critical care services for older adults with dementia, the roles of family members in the delivery of hospital care, and prognostic communication in the ICU.

Dr. Vick
Scholar, 2023

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