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AAMC Art of Diagnosis Virtual Forum, 3-4:15pm ET - Shared screen with speaker view
Brandy King
20:29
Welcome everyone! So glad to have you today. This Virtual Forum is one of many activities that falls under the AAMC's Fundamental Role of Arts and Humanities in Medical Education initiative. To learn more about the initiative, you can visit https://www.aamc.org/what-we-do/mission-areas/medical-education/frahme
Lisa Howley (She, Her)
25:48
https://www.improvediagnosis.org/
Lisa Howley (She, Her)
27:04
https://www.ecri.org/top-10-patient-safety-concerns-2022
Lisa Howley (She, Her)
29:10
Thank you Dr Ward-Robinson!
Francis Achike
35:46
Thank you Dr Graber!
Lisa Howley (She, Her)
36:32
Thank you Dr Graber for your remarks and your leadership!
Lance Marshall
37:11
Have any of you used “Gallows Humor?”
Francis Achike
38:41
Thanks Dr Cosby!
Lisa Howley (She, Her)
40:27
Thank you Dr Cosby for your personal insights and support!
Brandy King
46:04
Alternating the art with the dermatology didactics a neat way to bring the art and the medicine together.
MARTHA Garcia
46:55
Great !
Lance Marshall
47:26
I don’t see a chart or picture.
Janice Thomas John (she/her/hers)
49:56
It's a little hard to hear
Lance Marshall
50:01
I’m having trouble hearing the speaker.
Jocelyn Mitchell-Williams
50:14
Too difficult to hear
Brandy King
52:38
Thank you Dr Bradley!
Mark Graber
52:48
Great projects from the Morehouse team! Enjoyed them all.
Janice Thomas John (she/her/hers)
52:56
Amazing!
Francis Achike
53:31
Sir William Osler’s famous quote, “listen to your patient, he is telling you the diagnosis” holds in his time as it is today. Given a healthcare environment where physicians hardly take history (have to see patient in 10-15 min) are we able to achieve our goal without fundamental changes to the current status? Note that a physician’s capacity to diagnose rests ~80% in history taking.
MARTHA Garcia
54:42
Totally agree with Francis. Time limits are seriously affecting our diagnosticians and the diagnostic process.
Kathleen Jones
58:09
I agree with Francis also. I believe that deliberately teaching skills of observation can help student clinicians be more effective in settings where time and other resources are limited.
Cinnamon Bradley
59:05
The collaborative mural and giving out the art kits is a great idea.
Brandy King
01:00:16
I love the collaborative mural idea -- I think it encourages all kinds of people to contribute, even those who may not think of themselves as artists.
Francis Achike
01:01:12
Don't you have ladies on the band?
Brandy King
01:01:51
This artwork is outstanding.
Brandy King
01:02:14
Thank you!
Mark Graber
01:02:43
Congratulations to all the Wertheim participants - GREAT projects!
MARTHA Garcia
01:03:08
Excellent project ! Congratulations !
Dr. Jennie Ward-Robinson
01:05:33
Congratulations on these very interesting projects. It is heartening to see the careful considerations being activated in your professional development.
Lisa Howley (She, Her)
01:06:28
Great advice!
Mark Graber
01:06:58
Love the question the Temple students asked - asking for advice from people in their neighborhood.
Brandy King
01:09:43
Absolutely love that you invited community members and that they come. It really takes that relationship with the med school to another level.
Pamela Brett-MacLean
01:09:52
Great insights and learning that students took away from this!
Lance Marshall
01:09:56
Watch the T.V. Diagnostician House M.D.
Brandy King
01:10:45
Well said, Noah.
Francis Achike
01:13:19
Great Community engagement, Dr Vitez! Thanks for your service.
Dr. Jennie Ward-Robinson
01:13:27
Amazing Temple! Thank you for being comfortable in uncomfortable settings . .
Brandy King
01:15:14
Oh wow, love the idea of inviting pre-med students! Great thinking.
Vijaykumar Rajput
01:17:15
Great work and initiative by temple
leticia ubinas
01:18:55
Dr. Sawyer. Kudos!
Lance Marshall
01:19:59
Without the patient’s information diagnostics becomes more challenging; however, are they telling the truth or hiding something?
Janice Thomas John (she/her/hers)
01:20:24
will we get the slides and contact information for these amazing presenters?
Brandy King
01:20:51
Hi Janice,We are going to post the recording on our website!
Brandy King
01:21:19
Presenters are welcome to add their contact information here in the chat if they are open to being contacted
Francis Achike
01:21:41
Conversation with patients as "Leap of faith from them to us" is for me a great concept. Thanks Sishir and Liza!
Lance Marshall
01:21:49
I want to write a book: “House M.D. separating fact from fiction.”
Brandy King
01:21:55
Getting Started Guide: https://www.aamc.org/what-we-do/mission-areas/medical-education/getting-started-activities
Sarah Stumbar
01:21:59
Sarah Stumbar/sstumbar@fiu.edu...happy to talk with anyone and everyone!
Liza Halstead
01:22:17
You can email me at elizabeth.halstead2@rockets.utoledo.edu !
Cinnamon Bradley
01:22:25
Cinnamon D. Bradley, MD
Cinnamon Bradley
01:22:34
cbradley@msm.edu
Brandy King
01:23:09
The arts and humanities activities in the Getting Started Guide were selected for their ability to be conducted at low cost with any group of learners, regardless of developmental stage or specialty.
Francis Achike
01:27:25
If compassion comes from within it will be consistent. It has to be from within for a physician.
James Catroppo
01:27:31
Kudos to all presenters. You all wonderfully reflected the true spirit of the words of Dr. Ofole Mgbako at NYU in his recent New Yorker “Annals of Medicine” essay “A Doctor, A Patient, and Their Poetry”:“Compassion and the will to see the individual apart from the disease are skills not easily acquired and kept. They are specialties also… Always take a moment to ask your patients, ‘What do you hope for?’”
Jared Eichner
01:28:07
Thanks for the great coverage of these programs!
Francis Achike
01:28:53
Cant thank you all- organizers and presenters- enough! Wonderful session. Thanks!!
Brandy King
01:29:26
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Francis Achike
01:29:34
When is the next session?
Lance Marshall
01:29:50
Way to go everyone!
Brandy King
01:30:06
Hi Francis,This is the only session related to this project, but if you're interested in other arts and humanities activities, please sign up for our newsletter here : https://aamc.tfaforms.net/183
Douglas Reifler
01:30:16
Thanks to all for linking these humanities exercises to improving diagnosis. They do address fundamental abilities in medicine, as you say.
Pamela Brett-MacLean
01:30:25
My thanks to everyone as well!
Francis Achike
01:30:26
Thanks Brandy!
Brandy King
01:30:28
So impressed by our future doctors!
Colleen Wallace
01:30:38
Thank you all - this was so inspiring!
Anson Koshy
01:30:58
Great presentations. Thank you
MARTHA Garcia
01:31:08
Inspiring as always !!! Thank you so much
Brandy King
01:31:23
Have a lovely day, all!