What does it mean to be a “good” physician?
What sorts of moral formation (or deformation?) can take place in medical school education? What does it mean to see medicine as a “vocation” and how does the practice of medicine have a moral dimension to it? These are hard, important questions that anyone planning on medical school (or already in medical school) should give time to contemplate. Please join us for a public panel in which four experts from medical schools around the country will weigh in on these and other questions.
- Dr. Farr Curlin, Duke School of Medicine
- Dr. Lydia Dugdale, Yale School of Medicine
- Dr. Warren Kinghorn, Duke School of Medicine
- Dr. John Yoon, University of Chicago School of Medicine
The talk will be held on November 8th at 5 pm in French Science 2237.