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Danielle Ofri discusses “Why Doctors Write” with Beacon Press director Helene Atwan. Broadcast on WGBH Boston.

 

 

Danielle Ofri discusses empathy, medical errors, writing, and teaching medical students.

 

 

Danielle speaks with New York Times Science Editor Mike Mason

Danielle reads the dramatic tale “Tools of the Trade.” (From Incidental Findings)

Danielle’s lecture on Multiculturalism.

(filmed at UVA 9/29/10)

Danielle reading the harrowing story “Possessing Her Words.”

Danielle Ofri in conversation with Oliver Sacks, at NYU School of Medicine

Listen to Danielle on the WNYC Leonard Lopate Show

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See video of Danielle speaking about immigrants and health care at the Cambridge Forum.

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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.

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Listen to Danielle read “July 1st,” the poignant and funny story about the first day of internship. From “Singular Intimacies: Becoming a Doctor at Bellevue” (filmed at Northwest College.)

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Part Two

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Part Three

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See Danielle on C-Span’s Book TV discussing “Medicine in Translation.

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Listen to a webinar discussion of “Medicine in Translation,” sponsored by AMSA.

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See a video of Danielle reading the essay “Intensive Care” (from “Singular Intimacies: Becoming a Doctor at Bellevue.”)

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Danielle Ofri at Media Bistro book launch in New York City (1/12/10) (Photos by Amy Portnoy)

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Danielle Ofri at Barnes & Noble in New York City (1/7/10)

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