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In a 2011 TED Talk, Stanford’s Abraham Verghese said that a physician’s role is “to touch, comfort, diagnose and bring about treatment.” Now, as The New York Times visits the importance of human touch in medicine, it is spotlighting Verghese as a passionate advocate for the case. https://nyti.ms/2y9rzio
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Stanford Health Care has openings for family and primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, ob/gyns, general surgeons and more at its East Bay locations. Visit http://bit.ly/2O9g4lb to learn more.
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Stanford Medicine is working to establish close relationships with communities through initiatives like the new pulmonary program at the Stanford Health Care Clinic in Emeryville. https://stanford.io/2ybuwhk
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Michele Barry, director of the Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health, and colleagues are working “globalize the work of educators, researchers and practitioners at Stanford Medicine through strong partnerships with local stakeholders.” https://stan.md/2NWFD8O
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Stephanie Harman believes in helping people die on their own terms. Here, she discusses her work as co-leader of a pilot program that’s using artificial intelligence, in combination with medical expertise, to improve palliative care. https://stan.md/2xMmPye
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In a Stanford Department of Medicine study, researchers found that people who had a close relative bearing one of 30 cancer-associated mutations were more likely to get tested when contacted by a genetic testing laboratory and offered a low-cost test. https://stan.md/2NzlSDW
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The 4th Annual Stanford Medicine 25 Skills Symposium’s “Teaching teachers” session used a series of mini-lectures, videos and group discussions to encourage attendees to think about what they may “want to do differently” when teaching at the bedside. https://stan.md/2xNzQHM
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Dulce Garcia is the Stanford Department of Medicine Employee of the Month for August! Dulce brings a positive and inclusive attitude to the Stanford Prevention and Research Center. As she explains it, “We handle challenges as a team, we don’t leave anyone behind and we never give up!” https://stanford.io/2xq2JcJ
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The Stanford Medicine 25 Skills Symposium focused on “teaching teachers” and educated attendees on key categories for cultivating bedside medicine, such as learning climate and clear communication of goals.
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Karina Delgado-Carrasco from the Stanford Department of Medicine has received the 2017-2018 Outstanding Program Coordinator Award. She was nominated by the Internal Medicine Chief Residents, who noted that she has "undoubtedly elevated our residency program with her abilities, dedication and attitude." #WIMmonth
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