What we need
today is a compass.
about us is changing.
more than ever we need the calm sense of purpose and direction that
comes with experience.
colleagues who have come before us have lived a profession defined as
much by change as it is by the bond between the doctor and the patient.
Their experience and their vision are vital to the evolution of
Imagine how good it would be to hear about the day-to-day practice of
medicine from not only the icons such as Holmes and Osler, but also
the rank and file physicians practicing every day medicine.
What did they see? How did they treat patients? What were their
worries and successes?
What was their life like outside of their practice?
history is vital to our future.
Join us as we listen to the stories and let the lives of our
colleagues become a part of us.
B. Dale Magee, MD, MS
Director, Spoken History Project