Health Care Insider: Creativity Matters in Medicine
From Nathan Tanner on April 28th, 2017
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Divergent thinking and accepting failure as an important part of a learning process are part of what it means to be creative in medicine, according to Dr. Jay Baruch, director of the Concentration in Medical Humanities and Ethics at Brown University. He speaks with Dr. Gretchen Case about how doctors can tap into their own creative senses, why it's so important to do so, and how physicians can use creativity to engage better with patients.