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Caring For Our Physicians And Their Patients

During this pandemic, we can’t thank them enough:  doctors, nurses, all of the front-line medical workers looking after the rest of us.

We all have something in common:  we are all human.

 

Here in Chattanooga, a multidisciplinary program - “The Art of Diagnosis and Balance:  Caring for Physician and Patient” - cultivates a sense of wellbeing for medical students.

It’s a conversation that began before the pandemic - and it will continue for years to come.

Dr. Mukta Panda is Assistant Dean for Wellbeing and Medical Student Education at the College of Medicine, Adera Causey is Curator of Education at the Hunter Museum, and Laurie Allen is Lyndhurst Chair of Excellence in Arts Education - and executive director of ABC at UTC.

 
 

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