Category Archives: Humanism in Perspective

Humanism in Perspective: Connectedness

At the end of the day, Humanism is about the recognition of the connectedness of all things. As I see myself in the trickling water of stream and the freshness of the morning dew, while having empathy for others, I … Continue reading

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Humanism in Perspective: Feedback

A few months ago, Atul Gawande wrote about the need for surgeons to be coached and receive feedback, much in the same way a professional sports player is groomed. Here, Dr. Dorian Wilson from the Center for Humanism at NJMS … Continue reading

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Humanism in Perspective: Trust

We’re excited to announce that the Director for the Center for Humanism at New Jersey Medical School, Dorian Wilson, MD, will be starting a new column here at The Human Fabric. Introducing the first installment of Humanism in Perspective: Humanism … Continue reading

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