This lectureship is sponsored by Providence Center for Health Care Ethics in honor of Dr. Allen Boyden, a renowned leader and surgeon who promoted holistic approaches to and excellence in patient care.
Belinda Fu, M.D., (the “ImprovDoc”) is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Washington, Faculty in the Swedish Family Medicine Residency Program–First Hill in Seattle, Washington, and founder of the Mayutica Institute, an education and research organization.
Dr. Fu received her Bachelor of Arts at Stanford University, studied medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, and completed her residency and faculty development fellowship at the University of Washington. She is a professional actor, and a Theatresports™ ensemble member and improv instructor at Seattle’s Unexpected Productions. Dr. Fu co-organized the first Annual International Medical Improv Train-the-Trainer Workshop, and is the creator of ImprovDoc.org, an educational resource about improvisation in medicine.
Online viewing of Medical Grand Rounds will be available post-event. When this presentation is available for viewing, a link will be sent to those who have registered. Open Forum interactive workshop will not be recorded.
Questions: Please contact Patty Goss or call 503-216-1906.
Donations to support this lectureship are gratefully accepted through Providence St. Vincent Medical Foundation.
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