DNA is the great cosmic irony. It is a catalogue of existence, containing all requisites for life.
This multimedia piece represents our communal metamorphosis from strangers to family and from students to doctors.
A piece that seeks to depict the thin line where the pressure from one side is equal to the other and change occurs.
From any other angle it appeared to be a normal tree, but if you stood just right you could truly appreciate how hard it had to work just to stay alive.
Photograph of Salt Lake City
Exactly 5 years and 3 months since his death
Doctor Yao was a prodigious physician.
Drawing. A piece inspired by the discussion surrounding physician burnout and how to tackle this problem.
2018-2019 Editor-in-Chief, Kajsa Vlasic, sits down with physician and current JAMA Poetry Editor, Dr. Rafael Campo, during his recent visit to the University of Utah.
I am standing in front of a heavy brown door with a small window at eye level.
I gowned up in the doorway, studying her.
Suddenly, I wake up
For a long time when asked “Why medicine?”, I responded, “Why the moon?”
It’s cold. The air is quiet in here – it must be snowing outside.
It’s funny how sometimes life can catch up with you.