Healing: A Journey, Not a Destination
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6M ago
Although healing and curing are often used interchangeably, we think of these two terms in different ways and believe the distinction is important when it comes to our outlook on patient care and bedside medicine ..read more
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Honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month Through Physical Exam Knowledge
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9M ago
Each fall, Breast Cancer Awareness Month aims to promote education about the disease that impacts roughly one in eight women. In this post, we’ve outlined useful information and key resources to help physicians identify signs of breast cancer and other abnormalities at the patient bedside ..read more
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Stanford Medicine 25’s Resources to Help Physicians Promote Skin Health
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10M ago
Skin health is always a relevant topic in the clinical setting, but it’s particularly worthwhile to revisit after the summer season, during which many people are exposed to high levels of sun damage ..read more
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Nine Reasons to Attend Stanford Medicine 25’s Skills Symposium
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11M ago
Launched in 2015, the Stanford Medicine 25 Skills Symposium is an annual event that unites medical educators and learners from around the world to celebrate bedside medicine. This unique two-day program focuses on the development of physical exam techniques and clinical teaching skills ..read more
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How the ‘Privilege of Physicianhood’ Inspires Best-Selling Author Abraham Verghese
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1y ago
Verghese embodies Stanford Medicine 25’s ideals of channeling humanity & empathy in patient interactions, and this interest in the human story is part of his magic as an author. A closer look at his philosophy on writing reveals important lessons for physicians and medical learners ..read more
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Balancing Technology and Human Connection in Patient Care
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1y ago
As the broad-reaching capabilities of Artificial Intelligence (AI) gain momentum, we see enormous potential to advance human health. However, as we look forward to this progress, we also believe it's more important than ever to preserve the physical exam and humanistic aspects of medicine ..read more
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The Significance of Small Gestures at the Patient Bedside
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1y ago
Textbooks rightly emphasize the importance of diagnostic and treatment skills, but we also believe it’s vital not to lose sight of the big impact that small gestures can have ..read more
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Promoting Inclusive Care at the Patient Bedside
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1y ago
Creating a clinical environment that is inclusive, welcoming and comfortable for individuals of all backgrounds is an important component of the patient experience ..read more
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Communication Strategies to Help Physicians Lead Meaningful Patient Conversations
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1y ago
Let’s take a closer look at how physicians can transition into substantive discussions through simple yet effective communication strategies that encourage conversation, transparency and partnership ..read more
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7th Time's a Charm: The 2022 Stanford 25 Skills Symposium
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1y ago
On September 30-Oct 1, Stanford 25 hosted its 7th Annual Skills Symposium, an event that brings together medical educators from around the world to foster clinical teaching skills ..read more
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