Selected Publications

 

  • Batalden M, Gaufberg E. Commentary: two kinds of intelligence. Academic medicine: journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges. 2012;87(9):1157-8.
  • Batalden M, Gaufberg E. Professional promises. Journal of graduate medical education. 2012;4(2):269-70.
  • Bell SK, Wideroff M, Gaufberg L. Student voices in Readers' Theater: Exploring communication in the hidden curriculum. Patient Education and Counseling. 2010;80(3):354-7.
  • Campo R. Just the facts. The New England journal of medicine. 2004;351(12):1167-9.
  • Campo R. A piece of my mind. "The medical humanities," for lack of a better term. JAMA : the journal of the American Medical Association. 2005;294(9):1009-11.
  • Campo R. Illness as Muse. Bellevue Literary Review. 2011;11(2):15-23.
  • Campo R. What the body told. Durham: Duke University Press; 1996. 122 p.
  • Campo R. The poetry of healing : a doctor's education in empathy, identity, and desire. 1st ed. New York: W.W. Norton; 1997. 270 p.
  • Campo R. The healing art : a doctor's black bag of poetry. 1st ed. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.; 2003. x, 209p.
  • Campo R. Alternative medicine. Durham: Duke University Press; 2014. xi, 90 pages
  • Gaufberg E, Batalden M. The third thing in medical education. Clinical Teacher. 2007;4(2):78-81.Gaufberg E, Williams R. Reflection in a museum setting: the personal responses tour. Journal of graduate medical education. 2011;3(4):546-9.
  • Gaufberg EH, Batalden M, Sands R, Bell SK. The hidden curriculum: what can we learn from third-year medical student narrative reflections? Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges. 2010;85(11):1709-16.
  • Heyne T. Medical ethics and retail clinics. The virtual mentor : VM. 2011;13(9):612-9.
  • Jones, DS. Broken Hearts: The Tangled History of Cardiac Care. Johns Hopkins University Press 2012
  • Koven S. Should Mental Health be a Primary Care Doctor's Job? The New Yorker. 2013.
  • Koven S. Empathy Examined. Los Angeles Review of Books LARB. 2014.
  • Koven S. Message from a Dying Patient. Boston Globe. 2014 March 17, 2014;Sect. Health and Wellness.
  • McKinley SK. The fifth white coat. Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges. 2014;89(3):420.
  • McKinley SK. Too Nice to be a Surgeon? Journal of surgical education. 2014;71(3):449-50.
  • Miller A, Grohe M, Khoshbin S, Katz JT. From the galleries to the clinic: applying art museum lessons to patient care. The Journal of medical humanities. 2013;34(4):433-8.
  • Mullangi S. The synergy of medicine and art in the curriculum. Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges. 2013;88(7):921-3.
  • Naghshineh S, Hafler JP, Miller AR, Blanco MA, Lipsitz SR, Dubroff RP, et al. Formal art observation training improves medical students' visual diagnostic skills. Journal of general internal medicine. 2008;23(7):991-7.
  • Pories, S, Jain, SH, Harper, G. The Soul of a Doctor: Harvard Medical Students Face Life and Death. Algonquin 2006.
  • Runyan A, Ellington K, Wershof Schwartz A. A compelling practice: empowering future leaders in the medical humanities. The Journal of medical humanities. 2013;34(4):493-5.
  • Scholzman S. The Bard in His Outcast State. JAMA Journal of the American Medical Association. 1997; 277(14).
  • Scholzman S. Napolean Dynamite: Asperger's Disorder or Geek NOS? Academic Psychiatry. 2006;30(5):430-5.
  • Scholzman S. Using Socratic Dialog to Tackle Thorny Issues of Psychiatry. Academic Medicine. 2009;84(11):1562-6.
  • Scholzman S. The humanities and the practice of medicine / Steven C. Schlozman -- Social and cultural issues in health care. In: Wedding D, Stuber ML, editors. Behavior and Medicine. 5th ed. Cambridge, MA: Hogrefe Pub.; 2010. p. 261-7.
  • Runyan A1, Ellington K, Wershof Schwartz A. A compelling practice: empowering future leaders in the medical humanities. J Med Humanit. 2013 Dec;34(4):493-5. 
  • Wershof Schwartz A, Abramson JS, Wojnowich I, Accordino R, Ronan EJ, Rifkin MR. Evaluating the impact of the humanities in medical education. The Mount Sinai journal of medicine, New York. 2009;76(4):372-80.
  • Wong LMD, Viagas R. Scales to scalpels: doctors who practice the healing arts of music and medicine. New York: Pegasus Books; 2012. xvii, 284 p. p.

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