Category Archives: Medical Improv

Shining Light for Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS)

Progressive and inspiring work is going on in the world and Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies  (HumanDHS) founded by Evelin Lindner, MD, Ph.D. is a great example!  In addition, Evelin is Co-founder with Linda Hartling, Ph.D., of the World Dignity … Continue reading

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How Exciting is This? A Medical Improv Workshop at Rutgers!

Introducing Medical Improv: A New Experiential Method for Improving Communication, Collaboration, & Leadership! Last December, I had the honor, along with second-year medical students, Peter Rezkalla and Jessica Tu, to present a Medical Improv workshop sponsored by the Department of … Continue reading

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The Art & Science of Speaking UP!

___________________________________ Check out Beth Boynton’s blogpost series on Medical Improv:

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