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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Episode 0: Why do we need creativity in medicine?

Why do we need creativity in medicine? Hosts and current third-year medical students Katie Magoon, Chu Onyebeke and Vidya Viswanathan introduce the point of this podcast, and discuss why they believe creativity in medicine is important. Thanks to Benjamin Silva for producing and editing this

Applications open for Aseemkala initiative

The Aseemkala Initiative uses traditional dance to perform stories of women in medicine. Using choreography, interviews, and research, we use our diverse styles to tell our diverse experiences as patients and providers. We are looking for choreographers and researchers to join the team! Consider applying here: https://aseemkala.org/opportunities/ Applications

Psychiatry and the Self

To make art is to examine the self. To practice psychiatry is to examine the other, in relation to the self.  Both are phenomenological. They are inextricably linked, and bidirectional. As a psychiatrist, I heal and comfort patients who suffer from immense physical and psychological

Healthcare Design Bootcamp, June 7-8

Apply here for a 2-day program at Jefferson University that will provide you with an immersive experience in how to apply design thinking in a health care context. You will learn and be exposed to design skills that are relevant in the education of health care

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