The Program of Medical Ethics and Humanities presents: COVID-19 Art Aloud! A Virtual Open Mic Event Friday, May 29, 2020 12:00 – 1:00PM Zoom in: https://utah.zoom.us/j/91930043705 Call in: +1 253 215 8782 Meeting ID: 919 3004 3705 Writing is one way to cope with the coronavirus pandemic. Reading to a sympathetic audience is another. As a way of sharing …
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.
A piece inspired by the discussion surrounding physician burnout and how to tackle this problem.
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Thank you for picking up the 2019 edition of Rubor: Reflections on
What does it mean to be a man?
When I am dying I will breathe in triplets.
as in the tatted walls of Canyon de Chelly
Throughout my time so far in medical school, I have experienced a wide variety of thoughts, feelings, and emotions, many wonderful, some not so much.
Smiling, laughter, and chuckling out of breath
Will you rain for me?
“You know who you remind me of, Ali,” the plastic surgeon standing opposite me in the operating room said. “Snoop Dogg. You sound just like him.”
Under no circumstances note how the patient’s temples are grey with the
Oh, the decision it must have been