The Department of Medicine will present another staging of Voices of Medicine, a live show featuring true stories from our faculty, trainees, and staff, on February 28, 2018.
The theme of this show is humility.
UPDATE: Many thanks to our six storytellers:
- Govind Krishnan
- TuanDat Nguyen
- Elena Roberts
- Joel Burt-Miller
- Luke Gatta
- David Zaas
Voices of Medicine is a collaboration between the Department of Medicine and The Monti, a local storytelling organization. We gather together to hear true stories from health care professionals sharing the experiences that inspired them to a life in medicine, or the interactions that give meaning to their careers in science and health.
Listen to a montage of voices from our previous show below (or here).
Be a storyteller
Got a good story that relates to the theme Humility?
Duke faculty, trainees, students, and staff (medicine, nursing, and others) are invited to make a story pitch. We’ll select five storytellers, and Jeff Polish, executive director of the Monti, will help you hone your story to an 8-minute gem that you will tell on stage in front of a live audience.
To volunteer to tell a story, register here.
The Voices of Medicine show will take place Wednesday, February 28, 2018 in the Trent Semans Center for Health Education (Sixth Floor).
- Doors open at 6:30 p.m., show starts at 7:00 p.m.
- Appetizers and beverages will be provided.
- Get a free ticket here.
Narrative Medicine at Duke
This Voices of Medicine show is part of the Duke Narrative Medicine Colloquium, a year-long exploration of the activities and programs at Duke University that give faculty, caregivers, students, and others the opportunity to reflect on their lives through stories.