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Andrew Roblyer

Freelance Director, Actor, Writer and Instructor; Simulation Educator, Texas A&M Health Science Center

The HeART of Medicine

PRESENTED ON JUN 04, 2019
IN BRYAN @ VOL 19

In what is often seen as the cold, clinical, and even sterile environment of medical education, how do you teach providers to find empathy for their patients? Andrew Roblyer discusses the art at the core of medical training that helps prepare professionals to confront the humanity of their future patients with compassion and kindness.

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A Brief History of Medicine

BY VINCENT LAM
@ HEALTH TALKS 2013 ON FEB 27, 2013

Writer and emergency physician Vincent Lam gives us a short and fast overview of the development of medical history, a look into the Black Box of the medical system. This look at important figures in medicine and their discoveries reveals that the medical model has always revolved around one thing; the patient's care and health.

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BY JASON OPENO
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Humanitarian Aid Medicine

BY JAMIE WEIS
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Creativity and Play as Medicine

BY ANNA ATKINSON
IN BEXHILL-ON-SEA

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Fractals in Biology and Medicine

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Peace in heart beats pace in life!

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Arts and Medicine

BY SARA LASKEY
@ VOL 29 ON AUG 19, 2016

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Spoon Medicine, axe carving and slöjd

BY ALEX YERKS
@ VOL 38 ON NOV 08, 2018

Alex Yerks is a full-time green woodworker and photographer, carving spoons in the tradition of sloyd or as he calls it “kitchenalia”. while traveling globally to teach. He’ll be sharing thoughts on “Spoon Medicine”, the therapeutic aspects of carving. Alex is a photographer, outdoorsman, musician, and last but not least, a greenwood worker—maker of simple and rustic items utilizing trees and other raw natural resources with just axe & knife. Dedicated to all things wooden, his skills and attention focus on learning the ways of yesteryear and examining their compatibility with the modern world. He believes we all have a connection with our natural environment and can enrich our lives if we surround ourselves with simple items crafted from the forest.