"Inside Dartmouth Medicine" is a series of web-extra interviews produced by Dartmouth Medicine magazine, exploring the art and science of medicine at Dartmouth Medical School and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
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A Mere Mortal
June 18, 2009
Dartmouth undergrad examines opioid death toll
Talking about health-care reform
March 11, 2009
A Patron of Positivity
Lee Witters discusses the discovery of insulin
Dec. 15, 2008
An interview with Dr. James Bernat, a history of DHMC's ethics committee, and more information on advance directives
Discovering New Darwins
Getting, and getting used to, a cochlear implant
Sept. 19, 2008
An interview with José Conejo-Garcia
Inside Waste Management at DHMC
July 25, 2007
Scenes from a Dartmouth Visit to Vietnam
What are enteroviruses?
How are enteroviruses spread?
What is Enterovirus 71? How does it compare to polio?
Why are you concerned about an outbreak of Enterovirus 71?
Why did polio spread through the upper middle class in the late 1800s?
Is there a treatment or vaccine for Enterovirus 71?
How did you get interested in enteroviruses and polio?
What's wrong with the U.S. health-care system?
March 22, 2007
How did you become the founder of outcomes research?
What is the Dartmouth Atlas project?
What are some major findings of the Dartmouth Atlas?
Why are there geographical variations in surgical procedures?
Why are there geographical variations in chronic illness care?
Have the Dartmouth Atlas findings been controversial?
How can more care result in poorer outcomes?
What is DHMC doing to address practice variations?
Can you describe your work treating polytrauma?
Can you explain what catastrophic polytrauma is?
How does the Civil War give insights into plastic surgery?
How do you rebuild a face that's been destroyed?
What is the "Virtual Face" project?
When might a patient need an exoskeleton?
How does an exoskeleton work?
How else could an exoskeleton be used?
How might polytrauma be treated in the future?
What do we need to do to get all this to happen?
What needs to be done for all this new technology to work?
Can you describe your work improving health-care systems?
What other projects are you working on?
A interview with physician-poet Parker Towle, M.D.
A poetry reading: The Best Time by physician-poet Parker Towle, M.D.
A poetry reading: Cases by physician-poet Parker Towle, M.D.
A poetry reading: Hooking Rugs and Ice Fishing by physician-poet Parker Towle, M.D.
A poetry reading: At the Hiroshima hospital by physician-poet Parker Towle, M.D.
Gordon Gribble Tells the Story of the Triterpenoid Project
Jan. 8, 2007
What are triterpenoids?
How did you create the synthetic triterpenoids?
How did you begin working with Dr. Sporn?
Why has your collaboration with Dr. Sporn been so successful?
How do triterpenoids relate to cancer prevention?
Do academic chemists often see their compounds go into trials?
Is the U.S. facing a physician shortage?
Do more doctors mean better care?
Are there specialties that have too few or too many doctors?
When physicians come to the U.S. from developing countries, is that a problem?
What is all this talk about raising the Medicare GME cap?
What is the Dartmouth Health Workforce Program?
What's your next project?
Art of medicine: The Art of Prachie Narian
What is HPV and who gets it?
Oct. 23, 2006
Is HPV always sexually transmitted?
What protection will the new vaccines offer?
What do we know from the vaccine trials?
Are the vaccines safe and how long do they last?
How does HPV affect men?
Are Pap smears still necessary after getting the vaccine?
What are the benefits of the vaccines in the United States?
What are the benefits of the vaccines in other countries?
Should insurance companies pay for the vaccines?
Where can women get more information?
The Music of a Harp Practitioner
What is palliative care?
June 13, 2006
How does hospice care differ from palliative care?
If a patient receives palliative care, does it mean that her doctors think she is going to die?
Would you explain why palliative care has been descibed as just good medical care?
How did you get interested in palliative medicine?
Would you describe a patient and their family who benefited from palliative care?
Why did you choose Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center?
How are palliative care services reimbursed?
How do other disciplines integrate with palliative care?
What services does palliative care provide?
Summertime fun at Camp Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Art of medicine: More Photographs by Gabriele Popp, M.D.
Jan. 15, 2006
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