Accession A2020.013, 2018-2020

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Strand de Oliveira, Justine, 1951-
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Includes files documenting the "Pop Up Think Tank" Justine Strand de Oliveira helped organize while working in the United Kingdom. After retiring from Duke in January 2017, Strand de Oliveira moved to London and worked as a professor of physician associate studies (they use associate, not assistant) at Barts and The London School of Medicine. In this position, she established a PA research group while head of the PA division. The "Pop Up Think Tank" took place over one day in July 2018 and included 10 workgroups on topics from resistance to new professions to clinic architectural design. The keynote speaker was Khassoum Diallo, PhD from the World Health Organization. Over the day, the groups reviewed what was known on each topic and proposed areas for future research, presenting to everyone at the end of the day. The digital files capture the thoughts and ideas from that day of brainstorming. Files are organized as "Key Documents", "Keynote speakers", and "Work groups". The "Key Documents" include files documenting how the pop up was organized. The "Keynote speakers" files include documentation about the keynote speaker. The "Work groups" files contain materials documenting the output of the work groups from this event. Files types include DOCX, PDF, PPT, and TXT. Digital files date from 2018 to 2020.


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