Save the date for this year’s Paul W. Seavey Distinguished Lecture, featuring Salvatore Mangione, MD, an associate professor at Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University; director of the second-year physical diagnosis course; and coordinator for the History of Medicine Lecture Series and the Jefferson Medical Cineforum.
Title: “A Tale of Two Brains: How to Rekindle the Artist Within”
Date: Tuesday, October 25, 2016 at noon
Location: Emory University Hospital Auditorium (2E)
Speaker: Salvatore Mangione, MD
About Dr. Mangione
Dr. Mangione received his MD summa cum laude from the Catholic University of Rome and trained in internal medicine and pulmonary and critical care medicine at the Medical College of Pennsylvania.
He has been honored with multiple awards for his clinical teaching, including Emory’s Golden Apple Teaching Award, the Jefferson Portrait Presentation, and the Lindback Award. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and the Wall Street Journal. Dr. Mangione wrote a series of landmark articles on the decline of basic clinical skills that rekindled interest in the bedside and led to objective assessment during the National Board of Medical Examiners’ test and the American Board of Internal Medicine’s (ABIM) certification exam. He collaborated with ABIM on research related to physical diagnosis, and he helped to develop a physical examination module for the internal medicine re-certification exam.
Dr. Mangione is the author of Physical Diagnosis Secrets, 2nd Edition and Secrets: Heart and Lung Sounds Audio Workshop, 2nd Edition.
Paul W. Seavey Distinguished Lecture Series
The Paul W. Seavey Distinguished Lecture Series is an annual address made possible by donations by the friends and family of Dr. Seavey. The lecture highlights the importance and role of the internist as a diagnostician, emphasizes the importance of the physician-patient relationship, and recognizes important trends in medicine and public health as they relate to the field of ambulatory practice.
Dr. Seavey, a physician, leader, and staunch advocate for the practice of internal medicine, dedicated his life and career to improving the quality of life of patients by stressing the importance of the physician-patient relationship. His disciplined, tenacious, and compassionate practice style served to illuminate his legacy.
Department of Medicine Grand Rounds start at noon and are held in the Auditorium of Emory University Hospital (2E). The presentation is also broadcast to the following locations:
- Emory University Hospital Midtown (5th Floor MOT, Classroom 4)
- Grady (FOB 101)
- VAMC (6th Floor Corner Conference Room)
- Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital (Auditorium)
- 1525 Clifton Road (4th Floor Conference Room 477)
- Grady Ponce de Leon Center (Room 354)
- Decatur Clinic (3rd Floor Conference Room, Suite 375)
If you miss a presentation, you can view it later on the Department of Medicine’s YouTube channel (note: please allow for a 1-2 week delay).