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Drs. Randi Diamond and Susan Bell
Tools of narrative medicine are used to explore common medicinal themes in order to understand and learn from our shared knowledge and experiences. This workshop will focus on physicians’ experience around death and dying, as part of a series designed to enhance our connection to humanism in medicine and expand our awareness of our roles as physicians. Ultimately, we seek improved connections among ourselves, our colleagues and our patients. Participants in this workshop will be invited to write about and discuss common experiences that impact each of us differently.
Dr. Lyuba Konopasek delivers a presentation promoting well-being in residency. Attendings, fellows, and residents are invited to attend.
All interested parties from Cornell Tech and Weill Cornell Medicine are invited. We seek to collaborate around health tech projects, integrate technology into healthcare, and serve patients, clinicians and communities through devices, social media, machine learning and more.
As part of our quarterly meet-and-greet series that includes short demonstration projects from volunteers about health tech efforts, all medical and research faculty are welcome to participate. Medical students, residents, fellows and research students may propose projects with a faculty sponsor.