Imbalance, Healing and Transformation during Residency
Posted: June 26th, 2013
In June, the Class of 2013 presented their work in the annual Senior Talks Symposium at McLean and MGH. At McLean, residents discussed the process of disruption and repair, identifying with patients, and the importance of screening and intervention for public health. Two complementary talks addressed the importance of peer education, and the value of peer support during residency. The talks in the Ether Dome at MGH ranged from a philosophical analysis of autonomy to neuroimaging in mouse models. Residents presented on complicating factors such as sociocultural issues, comorbidity, and trauma and their impact on public health.
Speakers are listed below.
Wednesday, June 5, 2013 McLean, de Marneffe, Room 132
- Benjamin Herbstman, M.D., M.H.S. - "Healing through Disruption and Repair"
- Christopher Keary, M.D. - "The Resident as Teacher: Experiences designing a resident teaching curriculum"
- Brian Hurley, M.D., M.B.A. - "Transforming the World by Providing Care to Patients who Use Substances"
- Ying Wang, M.D. - "Parallel Journeys - Learning and Growing Alongside My Patients"
- Lazaro Zayas, M.D. and Jonathan Moran, M.D., M.B.A. - "Are we all imbalanced? Attempting to achieve well-being in residency: Getting by with a little help from our friends"
- John Taylor, M.D., M.B.A. - "The Burden of Psychiatric Illness in High Utilizers of Healthcare Resources"
- Justin Chen, M.D. - "Toward suicide prevention in East Asia: A sociocultural, historical, and legal perspective"
- Avi Gerstenblith, M.D. - "Reflections"
- Michael Halassa, M.D., Ph.D. - "Why Psychiatry?"
- Amanda Green, M.D. - "Autonomy"
- Oriana Vesga Lopez, M.D. - "Remembering and working through"
- Elizabeth Levey, M.D. - "From the Ashes of Disaster: Growing up in Liberia"
- Leah Bauer, M.D. - "Three Extraordinary Women and What They’ve Taught Me about Life and Doctoring"