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DID FACEBOOK SELLOUT?

Over the past few years, many firms have realized the advantage of a well-planned social media strategy.  The reach and pervasiveness of social media makes it a valuable component of an effective marketing campaign.  Facebook led the charge as individuals quickly adopted the platform.

Did Facebook Sellout

ALLOWING AWE IN MEDICINE

Of all the sciences, medicine uniquely combines all domains of the human condition-biological, cognitive, emotional, environmental, interpersonal and transpersonal. The more we learn about the benefits of the interpersonal and….

Allowing Awe in Medicine

SUSTAINING AN ALTRUISTIC SPIRIT: TERRY BARRETT

Terry Barrett is Chief of the Gastroenterology Division of the Department of Medicine, University of Kentucky College of Medicine. He came to Lexington in 2013 from Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago.

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HOW I FOUND MY RHYTHM WHEN THE MUSIC STOPPED

The unfortunate truth about life is that the unexpected will happen. Some of us learn from it, some of us change because of it and some of us find our life’s calling because of it. The latter was the case for me.  After our dad picked us up from middle school, we spent that afternoon like we had every afternoon that month.

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SPRING 2018

THE MAN IN A BLUE SARONG

I remember him. I remember the man in the dark blue sarong the same way I remember the lines on back of my own hand. He was hunched over next to a column on a dirty platform at a railway station in Calcutta, India in the middle of the harsh summer sun. His hands were withered, his fingers and toes looked like tiny….

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SPRING 2018