City-wide Rounds - Reflection, Dialogue and the Possibilities of Person-Centered Care
Jointly-sponsored by the Department of Psychiatry (PHES Division) and by the Department of Family & Community Medicine
“Reflection, Dialogue and the Possibilities of Person-Centered Care”
Dr. Arno Kumagai ,Vice Chair for Education, Department of Medicine at the University of Toronto
When: Friday June 2, 2017, 10:30am-noon
Where: Mount Sinai Hospital, Auditorium (18th floor)
- 1. Define the meaning of patient-centered care from a variety of perspectives: evidence-based, philosophical, ethical and humanistic.
- 2. Describe how this perspective may be taught and learned.
- 3. List the ways of knowing and roles of reflection and dialogue involved in teaching about delivery of health care with excellence and justice.
- 4. Identify the ways in which the creative arts and humanities may be incorporated to achieve the goal of rehumanizing medicine (i.e. practicing medicine with humanistic intent).
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