Partner: Jennifer Chevinsky, Medical Student and Lead author of Values-Based Practice Instructor’s Manual (‘Who Needs Values’) and associated Logbook

Preferred contact:
Twitter: @JChevinsky
Key Words: Resident in: Other/Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA; Working in: Other/Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA;
Area(s) of Interest in VBP: Communications/Social media, Education/Medical education, Policy/Commissioning, Publications/CUP series, Research/Ethics, Services/Person-centered, Services/Teamwork, Services/Clinical care;
Related Area(s) of Interest: Communication skills, Evidence-based practice, Ethics/Bioethics/Health ethics, Medical humanities/Narrative medicine, Healthcare policy;Area(s) of healthcare expertise: Preventive medicine, Global health, Primary care
Brief Description of Work:
As a medical student interested in the fields of preventive medicine and primary care with a passion for bioethics and improving medical education, I am interested in both the theoretical research and implementation of values-based practice frameworks. My most recent work involves exploring community and individual healthcare values through social media.
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Values Based Social Care

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