What improv can teach tomorrow's doctors
from The Atlantic
Anu Atluru writes: There is something about the ER — especially the night shift — that thrives on spontaneity. It's just past 2 a.m. I meet him for the first time in a hallway stretcher — one step past the waiting room and any number of hours before he inherits a bed with privacy. The patient is a 50-something Caucasian man with salt-and-pepper hair, battered glasses, a three-day beard and an air of frustration.
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