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John W. Moses, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Sanford School of Public Policy  

Office Location: 4020 N Roxboro Rd, Durham, NC 27704
Duke Box: 3675 Med Ctr
Email Address: moses001@mc.duke.edu

Areas of Expertise

    Education:
    M.D., Medical University of South Carolina School of Medicine, 1983

    Teaching (Spring 2016):

    • Pubpol 395s.01, Children and illness Synopsis
      Bridges 201, Th 06:15 PM-08:45 PM

    Representative Publications   (More Publications)

    1. "Books

      Photographs of primary care providers in Big Doctoring in America: Profiles in Primary Care by Fitzhugh Mullan, Univ. of California Press, 2002

      Photographs of adolescent parents in The Youngest Parents with Robert Coles and Jocelyn Lee, Norton Press, 1997

      Articles/websites/videos

      Photographs for article about the ill homeless titled A Warm Bed and an Open Door in NC State Alumni Magazine, Winter 2006

      Photograph of adolescent parents in American Academy of Pediatrics 75th Anniversary Commemorative Video, American Academy of Pediatrics, 2005

      Photograph of adolescent parents in Dedicated to the Health of All Children, American Academy of Pediatrics, 2004

      Photographs of primary care providers for the Association of Clinicians for the Underserved website: www.clinicians.org , 2004

      Cover Photograph of adolescent parents for Public Schools and Pregnant and Parenting Adolescents-A Legal Guide, By A. Dellinger, 2004

      Photographs of primary care providers for the website: www.bigdoctoring.com, 2003." ().

    Highlight:
    My research interests have focused on exploring various health and social issues through the perspective of documentary photography. In recent years I have contributed photographs to books about adolescent parents and primary care. I am currently working on a project about gun-inflicted injuries. I am also at work on a book that will present photographs made by children coping with chronic illness.

    John W. Moses