Education Matters

Medical Education

Education Matters

 

What motivates doctors to commit their lives to alleviating human suffering caused by disease? This video series helps answer that question as HMS physicians and medical students tell you about what they do, why they love it and why it matters. Watch the future of medicine take form.

Faculty

 

Sherri-Ann Burnett-Bowie: Teaching about unconscious bias

Sherri-Ann Burnett-Bowie

 

Ed Hundert: Dedicating our lives to the care of others

Ed Hundert

 

Cindy Cooper: There's power in the aha! moments of teaching and learning

Cindy Cooper

 

Barbara Ogur: Bringing the science of medicine to the care of individual patients

Barbara Ogur

 

Matthew Frosch: Helping students who are scientifically and experimentally minded

Matthew Frosch

 

Kip McKenzie: Finding a deep commitment that allows for stamina

Kip McKenzie

 

Hope Ricciotti: Training future leaders

Hope Ricciotti

 

Andy Lichtman: Keeping a youthful outlook

Andy Lichtman

 

Alex McAdam: Sparking the interests of students

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Students

 

Mary Tate: My presence as a black woman at Harvard matters

Mary Tate

 

Simin Lee: Helping others and making a contribution to society

Simin Lee

 

Manjinder Kandola: The larger role that physicians have to play

Manjinder Kandola

 

Brian Powers: Tackling complex problems daily

Brian Powers

 

Cameron Nutt: The practice of medicine is more than just prescribing medicines

 

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