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Victor Montori, MD
Mayo Clinic diabetes doc + researcher from Peru working for patient revolution vs. healthcare corruption, for careful + kind care for all. Wrote Why We Revolt
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Carolyn Thomas 19h
So important!! "...Stories of patients that appear as nothing more than a blur to their clinicians, of the burden of care imposed upon the lives of caregivers, but also stories of elegant care which is neither wasteful nor hasty..."
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Victor Montori, MD 20h
Replying to @VPrasadMDMPH
A nice feeling. Congratulations.
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Inspire 21h
Dr. Victor Montori of Mayo Clinic offers an essay, "Stories: The Journey to Utopia," in the new e-Book, Experts by Experience: Patient stories that teach, published today by and Inspire: HT
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Bianca Garcia 22h
Keynote presenter reminds us to focus on patient CARE and making the human connection
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CHEPS Feb 27
Everyone is enjoying listening to today’s lunch keynote speaker Victor Montori talking about how to properly treat patients in healthcare - JM
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SHS Feb 27
attendees! What did you think of Dr. Montori's keynote address? Share your favorite quotes or ideas from his presentation via social media. Include the conference hashtag so everyone can see your comments!
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Jim Rawson MD Feb 27
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Jim Rawson MD Feb 27
How do we design a system that achieves an unhurried conversation?
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Tarun Mohan Lal Feb 27
Well said you inspire me with your mission of making healthcare focus on health of society
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Eddie Perez-Ruberte Feb 27
"Suffering is human and not all suffering requires a medical response."
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Eddie Perez-Ruberte Feb 27
"Care is human and not all care must be professional."
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AJ Hobbs Feb 27
If we’re asking for a meaningful, beautiful, lasting change, we have to be prepared to see the work not completed in our lifetime - like La Sagrada Familia. -
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Carol Read RN/MSc Feb 27
Met his talk on careful and kind care was inspirational.
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Soojin Feb 27
Patients and caregivers are . Read Experts by Experience: Patient Stories That Teach: HT Thanks to My story on page 40, proud to be alongside with some people I admire including
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caregiver...✝️ Feb 26
"Caring for patients should not be a transaction for profit nor should it be industrialised based on greed, rather it ought to be harmoniously built on love..."
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Carolyn Thomas Feb 26
Little note that made my day...💕 "I'm only a few chapters into your book, feel as though finally, finally someone gets it. As I read, I'm seeing it's not just me who's struggling to adjust to life after a cardiac diagnosis..." (RN with MI, heart failure)
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Stephanie Starr, MD Feb 26
Replying to @vmontori @patientrev
Yes! Same is true for quality ( ) and (unconditional positive regard)
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Victor Montori, MD Feb 26
This is : Good healthcare akin to a relationship based on love
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Kaleidoscope H&C Feb 26
How can we stop seeing patients as a 'blur'? We're supporting 's call for careful and kind care. Download a free sample chapter from and join the patient revolution:
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Leora Horwitz Feb 25
As a hospitalist physician and health systems researcher, I have been following news closely. Finding myself answering lots of ?s from friends, so am posting some summaries for others with questions. First up: what can individuals do to mitigate risk? 1/n
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