Rochelle Melvin’s art
Rochelle Melvin publishes cover art in academic medicine reflecting on the Danforth Shooting in Toronto, Ontario
About the Art
Jory Simpson wins W.T Aikins Award for the development of the patient as teacher program
Jory Simpson wins Tovee Award for undergraduate teaching in the department of surgery for the development of the patients as teacher program
Students Delve into Cancer Experience, With Patients as Teachers
How can doctors limit patient anxiety before surgery? What are the lasting impacts of surgery on quality of life? What can doing art teach medical students about health care? A new program at the University of Toronto aims to answer these questions by bringing together future physicians and patients willing to share their experiences with cancer.
“The Patient as Teacher” in St. Michael’s Hospital Newsroom
October 5, 2017 — Dr. Jory Simpson says he can teach medical students how to become doctors.
‘You need heart and you need compassion’: Surgical patients teach medical students bedside manner
in CBC News, February 1, 2018