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TEDx – my recap of Eastside Prep

Here’s a summary of the information I absorbed while at TED Eastside Prep on Friday, May 18. This event was a TEDex event – meaning an independent TED-inspired event full of speakers and video showing a curated set of relevant … Continue reading

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TED Eastside Prep

I am so excited to attend this year’s TED EastsidePrep event in Seattle, WA. The theme for this year is The Evolution of Instruction. The speakers will consist of a diverse of group of leaders, stakeholders and entrepreneurs in the worlds … Continue reading

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Response to Medical Mistakes video

Based on my previous posting of Dr. Brian Goldman’s TED talk, I engaged in some stimulating conversations with my two very critical-minded medicine and surgical resident friends. I got some new insight on the medical culture around human error with the … Continue reading

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The medical culture around human error

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTB2aPuQ4RY

I’m not too familiar with Dr. Goldman’s media presence but having worked in the Simulation for Healthcare industry – human psychology and team organization within the medical community is a different beast…

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