11 March, 2015
Emiliana R. Simon-Thomas: Compassion in the Brain
Emiliana R. Simon-Thomas, Ph.D., is the science director of the UC Berkeley Greater Good Science Center. In this talk for the 2012 Mindfulness and Compassion conference, Dr. Simon-Thomas explains the neurological mechanisms that support compassion--and why mindfulness meditation can help support the growth of compassion.
3 December, 2014
How to get naked with your doctor: Dr. Pamela Wible
Pamela Wible, M.D., is a family physician born into a family of physicians. Her parents warned her not to pursue medicine, but she followed her heart only to discover that to heal her patients she had to first heal her profession.
25 November, 2014
Leana Wen: What your doctor won’t disclose
Wouldn’t you want to know if your doctor was a paid spokesman for a drug company? Or held personal beliefs incompatible with the treatment you want? Right now, in the US at least, your doctor simply doesn’t have to tell you about that. And when physician Leana Wen asked her fellow doctors to open up, the reaction she got was … unsettling.
18 April, 2014
Elke IC-verpleegkundige en arts moet deze video zien
Kathy's story: I woke up on intensive care. My eyes were swollen shut. My jaw was wired closed. There was a machine forcing air through a hole in my throat. I couldn't see, I couldn't speak, I couldn't drink, I couldn't even breathe for myself but I could hear EVERYTHING!
11 July, 2013
Do you see me?
A short film exploring the importance of seeing the person in the patient. Narrated by a patient and featuring the views of a doctor, nurse and occupational therapist, the film explores the themes of commitment to service, disillusionment and burnout, reconnecting to the heart of practice, and finding joy in work again.