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If you could take one person out to dinner (dead or alive) to learn or talk about clinical excellence, who would it be and why?

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If you could take one person out to dinner to talk clinical excellence, who would it be and why? @ScottVernaglia says: Francis Peabody. My guiding principle is his quotation, “For the secret of the care of the patient is in caring for the patient.”#MedEd

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@CLOSLER @panagis21 I'd take my idol @Atul_Gawande, who, in addition to his professional awesomeness, is probably also a great tipper.

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If you could take one person out to dinner to talk clinical excellence, who would it be and why? @ScottVernaglia says: Francis Peabody. My guiding principle is his quotation, “For the secret of the care of the patient is in caring for the patient.”#MedEd

https://t.co/hGslriRLsG

@CLOSLER @panagis21 I'd take my idol @Atul_Gawande, who, in addition to his professional awesomeness, is probably also a great tipper.