What Gives, 2017 University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine
What Gives, Samantha Stephen
It may never be enough and that's okay.
Balancing Sacrifice, 2017 University of New England
Balancing Sacrifice, Akesis Anonymous Author
We have sacrificed a lot to get into medical school, pushing away quick satisfaction for the hope of a bigger reward in the future. Our faculty members keep telling us that medical school is a marathon, not a race. For this reason, we must be careful about how much we sacrifice to become physicians. Life is a balance, and finding that balance is the key to happiness as a medical professional.
The Lifestyle Initiative: An Innovative Coaching-Based Quality Improvement Study To Improve The Health Of Aurora Health Care Caregivers And Family Members, 2017 Department of Integrative Medicine, Aurora Sinai Medical Center
The Lifestyle Initiative: An Innovative Coaching-Based Quality Improvement Study To Improve The Health Of Aurora Health Care Caregivers And Family Members, Tiffany A. Mullen, Jessica J.F. Kram, Dennis J. Baumgardner
Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews
Background: Self-management support has been shown to improve clinical outcomes. Health coaching, one form of self-management support, empowers patients within the health care system by providing information and through collaboratively developed care plans.
Purpose: Assess the impact of The Lifestyle Initiative, a coaching-based health program utilized by Aurora Health Care caregivers or family members.
Methods: The Lifestyle Initiative is a coaching-based approach for Aurora caregivers or family members enrolled in Aurora’s health insurance network. Individuals were recruited from the care management database, and all participants had an Aurora primary care provider. Participation was limited to those ≥ 18 years of ...
Conference Proceedings: Aurora Scientific Day 2017, 2017 Aurora Health Care
Conference Proceedings: Aurora Scientific Day 2017
Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews
This supplement includes select abstracts presented at the 43rd Annual Aurora Scientific Day research symposium on May 24, 2017. Aurora Scientific Day hosts a forum for original research conducted by faculty, fellows, residents, and other allied health professionals affiliated with Aurora Health Care, an integrated health system headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A Brave New World Comes From Strong Roots, 2017 UNECOM OMS3
A Brave New World Comes From Strong Roots, Nihit N. Mehta
I feel like a monument,
a witnesss to Father Time.
Welcoming Clinical Medicine,
with certain excitement and shine.
A brave new world now awaits behind life's doors,
my roots are strong,
as I come from UNE's shores.
Pressed, 2017 University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine
Pressed, Samantha Stephen
Pushing myself to reconnect with what makes me feel grounded during my medical pursuits.
Reminding myself what it feels like to think abstractly.
Sunbathers, 2017 UNECOM student
Sunbathers, Jessica Rehrig
in series with previous submission
Meditation, 2017 UNECOM student
Meditation, Jessica Rehrig
in series with first submission
Surfers, 2017 UNECOM student
Surfers, Jessica Rehrig
this goes in series with my first submission
this photo is "surfers"
Our Love For The Ocean Has Rooted Us Here, 2017 UNECOM student
Our Love For The Ocean Has Rooted Us Here, Jessica Rehrig
Harun Yahya once said,
"I always wonder why birds choose to stay in the same place when they can fly anywhere on the earth, then I ask myself the same question."
This quote echoes a deeper meaning that is intertwined with the human experience, the human connection - to people, to culture, to memory. Often in life we move for school, travel for work, explore different countries for adventure, but we always come back "home". We are all rooted in somewhere or someone, and those connections and relationships shape us into who we are today and give life meaning.
The photos ...
The Opposite Of Rhetoric, 2017 UNECOM
The Opposite Of Rhetoric, Jack C. Lewis
There are a handful of moments from my past that continue to motivate me to pursue this medical education. This one in particular, telling a family that there is nothing more we can do for their deceased loved one, left me wanting to say much more than is professionally acceptable. And when I ask “why am I subjecting myself to this grueling education?,” I can find strength in these moments of not knowing whether or not there is more that I could’ve done to help an individual or family through a difficult moment.
Noninvasive Brain Stimulation And Personal Identity: Ethical Considerations., 2017 University of Pennsylvania
Noninvasive Brain Stimulation And Personal Identity: Ethical Considerations., Jonathan Iwry, David B. Yaden, Andrew B. Newberg
Integrative Medicine Lectures, Presentations & Grand Rounds
As noninvasive brain stimulation (NIBS) technology advances, these methods may become increasingly capable of influencing complex networks of mental functioning. We suggest that these might include cognitive and affective processes underlying personality and belief systems, which would raise important questions concerning personal identity and autonomy. We give particular attention to the relationship between personal identity and belief, emphasizing the importance of respecting users' personal values. We posit that research participants and patients should be encouraged to take an active approach to considering the personal implications of altering their own cognition, particularly in cases of neurocognitive "enhancement." We suggest that efforts ...
After The Dark Comes The Light, 2017 UNE COM
After The Dark Comes The Light, Jenifer Van Deusen
No abstract provided.
Progress, 2017 UNECOM
Progress, William Ciurylo
Finally, the weekend. Finally, free of the constraints of mandatory lectures and clinical experiences. Finally, freedom to work how and when I want to work; learn how and when I want to learn. The lack of structure is refreshing. I will be so productive. Finally. But first – I will sleep in. Might as well, I am free to do so after all. I am my own person for once. Just because I sleep in does not mean that I won’t master the material. I work better in the afternoons and evenings anyway. I deserve this after a week of ...
The Knock Of Progress, 2017 UNECOM OMS2
The Knock Of Progress, Nihit N. Mehta
This work is created as an amateur attempt, to push forward the philosophy of caring touch in modern medicine.
Journal Of Mind And Medical Sciences: Translational And Integrative Mission, 2017 Valparaiso University
Journal Of Mind And Medical Sciences: Translational And Integrative Mission, David L. Rowland, Ion G. Motofei
Journal of Mind and Medical Sciences
Initiated four years ago, Journal of Mind and Medical Sciences (J Mind Med Sci.) established the mission to publish papers on mental and medical topics in distinct but closely interrelated domains. The editorial policy especially encourages interdisciplinary and integrative perspectives, being equally focused on basic research and clinical investigations and short reports.
The journal adheres to the philosophy that high quality, original ideas and information should be readily accessible and freely shared within and amongst the scientific community. Accordingly, J Mind Med Sci. is an online, open access, non-for-profit journal which, because of individual/ private support, has levied no charges ...
Thank You, I'M Sorry, 2017 University of New England
Thank You, I'M Sorry, Paige Kube
We go into medicine to help others, cure disease, end suffering. We want to be caretakers, but to do so, there has to be disease. Does that make us thankful for the processes that cause this pain and suffering because it gives us purpose, it allows us to fulfill our role as caretakers? Who would we be without it? How can we help, be of use, if nothing is wrong, if no one needs us?
Are we subconsciously endorsing disease? Are we thankful for it? We say we’re thankful when we end it, cure it, thwart it. But, to ...
A Letter From An Editor, 2017 UNECOM OMS2
A Letter From An Editor, Nihit N. Mehta
A Letter from an editor.
Gratitude To Our Family And Friends, 2017 UNECOM OMS2
Gratitude To Our Family And Friends, Nihit N. Mehta
We in the College of Osteopathic Medicine welcome each one of our classes with a White Coat Ceremony. It has been my honor to take part in this event for the last two years, the first time receiving my white coat and the second time as a companion. This event in it’s entirety is as much a celebration of an individual student as it is of their friends and family members. We never truly appreciate the sacrifices our families make, a debt of their love that can never be repaid!
Our missed dates,
Promises wiped from life’s slates ...
Untitled, 2017 UNE COM
Untitled, Samantha Stephen
I am grateful for the forest; for all the adventures I had there, the chance to connect with my friends, and better understand myself.
Made with ink, paper, and adhesive note paper.