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Article Highlighting Alan Alda’s Work in Communicating Science & The Emerging Field of Medical Improv

I’m honored to have “Medical Improv: A New Way to Improve Communication”  be referenced in Jude Treder-Wolff’s recent article,  Creating A Climate For Communication In Science and Medicine Through Improvisation.  Here is an excerpt to pique your interest.  I think you … Continue reading

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“Voices from the Field” Medline Series on Medical Improv

A little over two years ago, I started some “Guestblogging” for Medline on the emerging field of Medical Improv.  The series provides a great overview of the topic for those interested in understanding why we need it and how powerful … Continue reading

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Launch into the Wonderland of Medical Improv with this Podcast Interview!

I was honored to be interviewed on “Morning Moments with Maia“!  We had a super conversation and took a deeper dive into what medical improv is all about and why it is so important to communication, collaboration, and culture! Check … Continue reading

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