The Idea of Wellbeing - The Reith Lectures - Dr Atul Gawande: The Future of Medicine - Episode 4 of 4

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  1. Atul Gawande: How do we heal medicine? | TED Talk | TED.com

    Our medical systems are broken. Doctors are capable of extraordinary (and expensive) treatments, but they are losing their core focus: actually treating people. Doctor and writer Atul Gawande suggests we take a step back and look at new ways to do medicine — with fewer cowboys and more pit crews.

    https://www.ted.com/talks/atul_gawande_how_do_we_heal_medicine

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  2. Atul Gawande - “MORE IS LESS”

    In this issue of the magazine, Atul Gawande writes about why we have the most expensive health care in the world. Here Gawande talks about the town with the highest health-care costs in the country, McAllen, Texas, and the way his visit there changed how he practices medicine. He also talks about the Dartmouth Atlas interactive map that shows what different U.S. communities pay for health care.

    Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/2009/06/01/090601on_audio_gawande#ixzz0hXoCTWzm

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  3. Reith Lectures: Atul Gawande: The Century of the System 02 Dec 14

    The surgeon and writer Atul Gawande argues that better systems can transform global healthcare by radically reducing the chance of mistakes and increasing the chance of successful outcomes. e programme was recorded at The Wellcome Collection in London before an audience. The Reith Lectures are chaired and introduced by Sue Lawley and produced by Jim Frank.

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  4. Atul Gawande: On Being Mortal

    In his book Being Mortal, surgeon Atul Gawande argues that more medicine may not be better medicine in end-of-life care.

    http://www.sciencefriday.com/segment/10/10/2014/atul-gawande-on-being-mortal.html

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  5. The Most Ambitious Thing Humans Have Ever Attempted - Freakonomics Freakonomics

    Sure, medical progress has been astounding. But today the U.S. spends more on healthcare than any other country, with so-so outcomes. Atul Gawande — cancer surgeon, public-health researcher, and best-selling author — has some simple ideas for treating a painfully complex system.

    http://freakonomics.com/podcast/atul-gawande/

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