Monthly Archives: February 2010

“July 1st” : Part One

Watch the new YouTube video of Danielle reading “July 1st,” the poignant and funny story about the first day of internship. One of the most popular requests of her readings. (From “Singular Intimacies: Becoming a Doctor at Bellevue.” Filmed at Northwest College.) Share on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share on Twitter Tell a friend

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Archives: Alan Alda, Frank Stella et al

In 2003, Danielle Ofri had the honor of appearing with Alan Alda, Frank Stella, Paula Scher, and Nobel Laureate Gunter Blobel in a panel discussion at Rockefeller University. The topic was “Compelled to Create.” Listen to the discussion here. Share on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share on Twitter Tell a friend

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Video of “Intensive Care”

Video of “Intensive Care”

Danielle reads the powerful essay “Intensive Care”–about the internal struggles of caregivers. This reading from her book “Singular Intimacies: Becoming a Doctor at Bellevue” was filmed at Baruch College. Share on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share on Twitter Tell a friend

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H1N1 in Britain

H1N1 in Britain

Danielle is quoted in radio story produced in England about H1N1.  Check out the website Elements for the latest in science, technology, health and environmental news. Share on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share on Twitter Tell a friend

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C-Span Book TV

Danielle’s reading at Washington DC’s finest independent bookstore–Politics & Prose–was broadcast on C-Span’s Book TV. Watch the full show here. Share on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share on Twitter Tell a friend

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Video from “Incidental Findings”

Watch Danielle Ofri read the moving essay  “Tools of the Trade” from her book Incidental Findings. This reading was recorded at Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming. Share on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share on Twitter Tell a friend

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Medicine in Translation–Review

Medicine in Translation–Review

By LizKrieger “In her new book [Ofri] deftly weaves together dozens of stories about some of the more memorable patients she’s seen. Her writing is sparkling and the patients really come alive on the page, but it left me wondering something that Dr. Ofri herself ponders in a recent column for Open Salon about the…

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Media Bistro Interview

Media Bistro Interview

As Health Care Summit Nears, One Doctor Writes from the Front Lines Yesterday President Barack Obama made headlines by calling for a televised, bi-partisan meeting about the future of health care in this country. As the debate nears, we interviewed an author who works on the front lines of health care. Today’s guest on the…

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Washington Post review

Washington Post review

“A gifted storyteller, Ofri provides vivid details that bring readers right into the exam room with her. From a paraplegic New Zealander to an aging Chinese couple who must make difficult choices about how to treat their degenerative illnesses, these patients’ stories are not just poignant; they also give insight into the challenges of obtaining…

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