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Stanford University School of Medicine integrates research, education, patient care & community service. Banner photo by Julie Greicius.
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A year-long pilot project known as integrates detailed health data with team-based care to better understand each patient.
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Grace Anne Dorney Koppel and Ted Koppel raise awareness for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at | CHANGE event.
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Stanford Medicine Sep 21
expert Richard Casaburi: There are three main treatments for COPD—bronchodilators (least effective), supplemental oxygen and pulmonary rehabilitation (most effective). The most available treatments (bronchodilators) are the least helpful.
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Larry Chu, MD, MS Sep 21
Join Grace Anne Dorney Koppel and now with a group of experts for a live panel It's COPD Dammit. The program is LIVE NOW.
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Stanford Medicine Sep 21
Welcome! If you're just joining us, we’re providing live coverage of day two of | CHANGE.
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Stanford Medicine Sep 21
Art and nature are on display at Stanford's new hospital with four acres of outdoor gardens, floor-to-ceiling windows in every patient room and more than 400 works of original .
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Stanford Medicine Sep 20
Thank you for joining us! | CHANGE resumes tomorrow at 8am PT. Watch live!
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Stanford Medicine Sep 20
2 of 2 Simon Denegri (): What if we used birdsong as a way to break down the stigma of hearing loss? was created. It intermittently plays the song of three birds at the frequencies commonly lost when you lose your hearing.
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Stanford Medicine Sep 20
1 of 2 Simon Denegri (): Approximately 466 million people are living with disabling hearing loss worldwide. Surprisingly, there’s been barely any innovation around hearing loss in the past 80 years and there can be stigma associated with testing and treatment.
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Stanford Medicine Sep 20
.: The feeling of failure is linked to the habenula region of the brain. When triggered it can demotivate you and prevent you from trying again. This can keep us from making healthy choices.
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Stanford Medicine Sep 20
. on the power of storytelling and connection: “The most important thing is stories, because the human brain remembers stories better than everything else.”
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Stanford Medicine Sep 20
Welcome! If you're just joining us, we’re providing live coverage of day one of | CHANGE. Watch live!
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Stanford Medicine Sep 20
"COPD is the number 3 killer of Americans among chronic diseases, yet it ranks about 165th in Congressional appropriations for research at NIH." Grace Anne Dorney Koppel and Ted Koppel discuss the five problems/challenges of the Grand Challenge
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Stanford Medicine Sep 20
Grace Anne Dorney Koppel on being diagnosed with : "I wasn’t ready—I guess none of us are—to meet the disease that’s going to be our biggest challenge."
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Stanford Medicine Sep 20
Ted Koppel: “I didn’t know or care about until the person I loved most in the world was diagnosed with it, my wife, Grace Anne.
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Stanford Medicine Sep 20
. of : “Every person with an injury or an illness simply wants to live the best day, they don’t want the curative element to rule their lives. My dad, a physician, got a diagnosis, but no one asked him how he wanted to live.”
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Stanford Medicine Sep 20
. of : “A decision to change the world is a decision of the heart. If we want to be the change we wish to see, we need to change our heart. … I urge you not to think these two patient stories [I’ve told] but to feel them.”
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Adam Hayden Sep 20
“A patient changed their plans for us, why can’t we change healthcare’s plans for them? We need to ask questions about the human experience.” -Brandi Sinkfield, MD
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Stanford Medicine Sep 20
Welcome! If you're just joining us, we’re providing live coverage of day one of | CHANGE. Watch live!
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Stanford Health Care Sep 20
Stanford Medicine has been ranked in the top 10% of academic medical centers for both inpatient and outpatient care by . Thanks to all who made this tremendous achievement possible!
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