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    • Being trustworthy in today's medical world 

      Potter, Nancy Nyquist (2014-09-09)
      Is there still a place for trust in today's health care practices? Is it even possible to make time for trusting relations? The short answer is, yes -- depending on how we think about issues of trust. The framework for ...
    • How can a safety net be the catalyst for creating a healthier community? 

      Anderson, Ron J. (2012-09-11)
      The Parkland Health & Hospital System is one of the Nation's largest and most complicated safety net institutions. It provides care for over 40,000 admissions, 12,000 deliveries and 1.3 million outpatient and ED visits per ...
    • Physician stewardship of healthcare resources 

      Goold, Susan Dorr (2013-01-08)
      Stewardship may be defined as the judicious management of resources that others entrust to one's care. Physicians are entrusted with decision-making authority in health care; decision making that often draws on pooled ...
    • Proviso partners for health: a model for REAL cultural consciousness 

      Hatchett, Lena A. (2019-03-12)
      Proviso Partners for Health is a multi-sector coalition convened by the Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine. Over the last three years, our team has established a health and economic opportunity movement with low ...
    • Serious ethical violations in medicine: dealing effectively with outlier peers 

      DuBois, James M. (2020-02-11)
      [NOTE: The video is not available from this event.] This presentation will engage the problem of serious ethical violations in medicine (SEMs). Examples of SEMs include criminal prescribing of controlled substances, ...