Let yourself nurture the things that you think are special about
you, and make room for that in your life. We all have parts of us
that are special that we haven't payed much attention to. I think
making room in your life to reconnect, is important for us, and
frankly, it's important for our patients; it makes us better
Wow. I am really excited for you guys to check out this guest.
He is truly an inspiration. Dr. David Hidin is a 4th-year surgery
resident, TEDx Speaker, Youtuber, and innovator.
In his TEDx Talk
discusses the importance of creativity in medicine. In his Youtube
series, he travels across the United States and finds the most
innovative medical schools and programs and shares that knowledge
on his channel. As an inventor, he has created Invented Magazine,
an application which shares creative doctors and tech entrepreneurs
making a difference in medicine.
In this episode we discuss:
1. Why Dr. David Hindin went to medical school
2. Invented Magazine Application
3. The importance of data and it impacts on medicine
4. Why is creativity important in medicine
5. The YouTube Series "Why Doctors Should Day Dream" and a
discussion on a conceptual model for innovation called
6. Innovations Dr. David Hindin is excited about
7. Best Practices of Starting a KickStarter
A Tip From Dr. Hindin: Living to your Full
You want all parts of what makes you who you are, out there.
To me, that's what living to your full potential means. It means
all of these things that are a part of you, important to you, and
make you special, are actively what you are doing in life. For me
that is what being fulfilled is about.
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