What’s Important: Arts & Humanities (with special guest Bob Schenck)

What’s Important: Arts & Humanities (with special guest Bob Schenck)
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What’s Important: Arts & Humanities (with special guest Bob Schenck)
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Episode 30 February 07, 2022 00:30:26

Hosted By

Mohit Bhandari, MD Marc Swiontkowski, MD

Show Notes

In this episode, Marc and Mo are joined by special guest Bob Schenck, MD (JBJS Deputy Editor for Arts and Humanities) in an inspiring and stimulating discussion of their shared vision for the newest section of the JBJS Orthopaedic Forum known as “What’s Important: Arts & Humanities,” with an emphasis on the value of maintaining a healthy work-life balance, the trickle-down benefits of exploring and cultivating one’s creative side, and the relationship between art and wellness.

 

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