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SOMGEN 288: Literature and Medicine

The Literature and Medicine dinner and discussion series class will address critical and vital topics in medicine through classical literature that addresses these issues, written by literary greats such as Anton Chekov, Ernest Hemingway, Virginia Wolff as well as physician authors such as Abraham Verghese and Danielle Ofri. Readings will be designed to address various issues faced by medical students, residents and physicians, including difficult patients, physician burn out, and the culture of medicine. Assignments will be poems, short stories, and essays.
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