SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:


Dolev, J.C., Friedlander, L.K & Braverman, I.M., “Use of fine art to enhance visual diagnostic skills,”Journal of the American Medical Association, 286, 2001, 1019 - 1021.


Naghshineh, Hafler JP, Miller R, Blanco MA, Lipsitz SR, Dubroff, Khoshbin, Katz JT, “Formal art observation training improves medical students' visual diagnostic skills,” Journal of General Internal Medicine, 23/7, July, 2008, 991-7.

Shapiro J., Rucker L., Beck J., "Training the clinical eye and mind: using the arts to develop medical students' observational and pattern recognition skills,” Medical Education, 40/3, March, 2006, 263-8.

Klugman CM, Peel J, Beckmann-Mendez D., “Art Rounds: teaching inter-professional students visual thinking strategies at one school,” Academic Medicine, 86/10, October 2011, 1266-71.

Van Valkenburg, Julie, “Moving Med School to the Museum,” MD News, Feb. 5, 2013.


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McKinley Grant, Lynn, The Power of Art in Medicine: The Patient Listening Project, Dermatology News, October 2015 (Supplement)


Schwartz, Abramson, Wojnowich, Accordino, Ronan, and Rifkin, "Evaluating the Impact of the Humanities in Medical Education," Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, 76: 372-380, 2009.


Pellico, L., Friedlaender, L., & Fennie, K. P. (2009). Looking is not seeing: Using art to improve observational skills. Journal Of Nursing Education, 48(11), 648-653.






EXAMPLES OF ART-BASED PROGRAMS AT MEDICAL SCHOOLS:
(follow the individual links)


Harvard University


Stanford University


University of California, Berkeley