North Carolina Medical Journal

The NCMJ is a journal of health policy analysis and debate copublished by the North Carolina Institute of Medicine and The Duke Endowment.
Infectious Diseases in North Carolina

Published September 1, 2016

The Sept/Oct issue of the NCMJ addresses influenza, HIV, and syphilis, as well as lesser-known diseases such as La Crosse encephalitis and parasitic skin infections.

Value-Based Care in North Carolina

Published July 1, 2016

Value-based care aims to promote better health—and better patient experiences—while controlling costs. The July/August issue of the NCMJ discusses some of the ways this can be accomplished.

Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Published May 1, 2016

The May/June issue of the NCMJ explores how new developments, as well as better prevention, are helping patients with a range of conditions.

North Carolina’s Health Care Workforce: Setting Sail for a New Destination

Published March 1, 2016

This issue of the NCMJ addresses the ramifications and opportunities of upcoming changes in health care delivery and payment models for the health care workforce in North Carolina.

Research in North Carolina

Published January 1, 2016

In this issue of the NCMJ, original research articles explore topics related to environmental health, social determinants of health, infectious diseases, health policy, clinical trial participation, and health care utilization.

Military Health in North Carolina

Published November 1, 2015

NCMJ November/December 2015

Evidence-Based Practice

Published September 1, 2015

NCMJ September/October 2015

Patient and Family Engagement

Published July 1, 2015

NCMJ July/August 2015

Traumatic Brain Injury in North Carolina

Published April 1, 2015

NCMJ March/April 2015

Rural Health in North Carolina

Published January 1, 2015

NCMJ January 2015

Improving Population Health in North Carolina

Published November 1, 2014

NCMJ November/December 2014

Long-Term Care in North Carolina

Published September 1, 2014

NCMJ September/October 2014