The article by Paul Charlton (see "The accidental ambassador," in the winter 2013 issue of Dartmouth Medicine) is fantastic. He must have been an English major with a knack for writing.
Richard A. Saunders, MD (D'69)
I am writing to request permission to reproduce the article "The accidental ambassador" for student use in a new course on population health that I am creating and teaching to students in the doctoral program in the graduate school of nursing at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Md. All of our students are active-duty military nurses who, upon graduation, will be providing primary care in clinics and military installations and on humanitarian missions around the world. The article was beautifully written and contains so many important messages.
Susan Sheehy, MS (TDI '96)
A relevant read
I enjoyed reading the winter 2013 issue of Dartmouth Medicine, especially the article on the Institute for Quantitative Biomedical Sciences (see "Information overload"). This sounds like a very innovative and timely program.
Monica McClain, PhD
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