TEDx Brain Surgery with Words Dr. Ray Barfield is a pediatric oncologist at Duke University and director of pediatric palliative care for Duke. He co-leads The Healing Arts Institute that brings together students from the schools of medicine, nursing and divinity around issues of illness, suffering and death. In this moving TEDx talk, he discusses how he approaches the discussion of dying and death with pediatric patients and their families.
Contributor: jchangJanuary 5, 2018Topics: / /
TEDx In praise of Slowness Journalist Carl Honore believes the Western world's emphasis on speed erodes health, productivity and quality of life. But there's a backlash brewing, as everyday people start putting the brakes on their all-too-modern lives.
Contributor: Araina FordNovember 28, 2017Topics: / / / / / Keywords: / / /
tedmed_wh_rgb The Opportunity of Adversity Aimee Mullins, paralympian, model, advocate, describes the use of the word "disabled" and how changing our understanding of that word would help shape the experience of our patients in a positive way.
Contributor: Francesca CiminoOctober 19, 2017Topics: / / / Keywords: / / /
TEDx Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong
Contributor: Francesca CiminoOctober 16, 2017Topics: / / / / / / Keywords: /
YouTube Empathy: The Human Connection to Patient Care If you could put your feet into your patient's shoes--see what they see, hear what they hear, and feel what they feel--would you treat them differently?
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TEDx 12 truths I know for sure... a look at one woman's look back at her life at age 61
Contributor: Francesca CiminoJune 22, 2017Topics: / / Keywords: / /
tedmed_wh_rgb Why do our brains get addicted a look at obesity from a biochemical perspective
Contributor: Francesca CiminoJune 8, 2017Topics: / / Keywords: / /
TEDx My battle with anorexia Dave Chawner talks about his experience being anorexic
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TEDx Asking for help is a strength, not a weakness Michelle Sullivan talks about her experiences of being different and not fitting in and how that forced her to accept her vulnerability and view getting help as a strength. She believes in order to truly help and support one another we have to look pass the surface, let go of judgement and adopt a new way of giving.
Contributor: Araina FordMay 25, 2017Topics: / Keywords: / / / /