Visual Intelligence by Amy Herman
Through the examination of what people typically miss when they look at a painting or photograph, art historian Amy Herman hones our powers of observation to improve our visual intelligence. Outlining the reasons why we often overlook that which is right in front of us, we will explore how clinical preceptors can become more skilled at observing and mentoring their interns, and in turn, how their interns can become more skilled in assessing their patients and clients.
- Friday, April 7, 2017
- 12:00pm - 1:30pm
- Medicine Education and Research Building, Room 217
- Health Science Campus
- Book Group