Harvard’s William Kaelin wins Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine

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Kaelin: Uh, I hope you’re all having a nice day, but I’m going to go out on a limb and say, it’s not as nice as the day I’m having. Crowd: Cheers! What my co-awardees and I identified was a molecular pathway that allows cells to sense oxygen and depending how much oxygen they are […]


Business Education for Physicians – Rob Austin at The Ivey Academy
11
October

Business Education for Physicians – Rob Austin at The Ivey Academy

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I think one of the things that has become important in healthcare, or perhaps it’s become more acknowledged as important in healthcare is that physicians are involved in organizations that are delivering services. The folks are Harvard Medical School have done a great job of pulling together cases that describe organizations that are exemplary in […]


Creativity, medicine, and the arts
14
September

Creativity, medicine, and the arts

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Bringing art into medicine is really important because it’s not just all the science we need to train our young doctors to teach them compassion and art is a beautiful mechanism to do that. It works on many levels they’re each observing, to be a good doctor you have to be very observant the minute […]