Speaker: Richard Chung, MD, Section Chief of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine, Professor of Pediatrics at Duke University Medical Center
Talking points: Mental health focus, common issues faced by the adolescent population in school, solutions to combat feelings of anxiety, implementing healthy behaviors and positive behavioral change
Dr. Richard Chung
Dr. Chung is the Section Chief of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine at Duke University Medical Center and is a professor of internal medicine and pediatrics. Dr. Chung also serves as the Medical Director of the Duke Center for Eating Disorders. He is board certified in Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, and Adolescent Medicine. His clinical and research interests center on preventive and chronic disease care of adolescents and young adults. Dr. Chung has research and clinical experience in understanding ways to improve adolescent health through behavioral change, particularly in the context of chronic illness. As part of these efforts, Dr. Chung helps lead efforts at Duke to improve transitional care for adolescents with special health care needs.
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