Posts Tagged ‘John Moses’

Through June 2: “Children and the Experience of Illness,” Images by Young Patients and Duke Student Mentors

Through June 2:  “Children and the Experience of Illness," Images by Young Patients and Duke Student Mentors

An exhibit of photographs made by young patients and their Duke student mentors—Children and the Experience of Illness—is on view at the Connector Gallery at the Duke Eye Center, located in the walkway between Duke Eye Center and the Albert Eye Research Institute. Children and the Experience of Illness Through June 2, 2015 Duke Eye Center 2351 Erwin […]


Student Mentors Produce “Children and the Experience of Illness,” Through May 12

Student Mentors Produce "Children and the Experience of Illness," Through May 12

An exhibit of photographs made by young patients and their Duke student mentors—Children and the Experience of Illness—is on view at the Hand Gallery on the first floor of the Duke North Hospital. Children and the Experience of Illness Through May 12, 2014 Duke North Hospital, First Floor, Hand Gallery 2301 Erwin Road, Durham, North […]


Physician Residents Will Share Documentary Projects at June 5 Event

Physician Residents Will Share Documentary Projects at June 5 Event

The Documenting Medicine program provides Duke physician residents with the tools and skills to produce documentary projects that explore patient experiences. “I think ultimately, we all went into medicine for the stories,” says internal medicine resident Mallika Dhawan. “Understanding these stories is what makes us better at our jobs. How can we treat our patients and […]


“Nowhere People” Exhibit Opens with Discussion on the Ethics of Photography for Social Change

"Nowhere People" Exhibit Opens with Discussion on the Ethics of Photography for Social Change

Nowhere People, a traveling exhibition by photographer Greg Constantine, will be on view at Duke University’s Kenan Institute for Ethics from November 1 through November 20. In 2005 Constantine moved to Asia to begin work on the project, which documents the struggles of ethnic minority groups who have had their citizenship denied or taken away, leaving millions […]


“The Healing Eye” Exhibition Features Documentary Work by Duke Doctors

"The Healing Eye" Exhibition Features Documentary Work by Duke Doctors

Doctors who participated in Duke University’s innovative Documenting Medicine program will present and discuss their work on Tuesday, September 11, at the Sanford School of Public Policy; a reception will follow. The event is free and open to the public. In 2010, with support from the Graduate Medical Education Innovation Fund, Duke pediatrician and documentary photographer Dr. […]


“Documenting Medicine”: Duke Physician Residents and Fellows to Present Documentary Projects at CDS, Wednesday, June 6

"Documenting Medicine": Duke Physician Residents and Fellows to Present Documentary Projects at CDS, Wednesday, June 6

Ten Duke physician residents representing nine different departments enrolled in the Documenting Medicine program this year will present their final projects in a ceremony at the Center for Documentary Studies. The event is free and open to the public. Wednesday, June 6, 5–8 p.m. Center for Documentary Studies 1317 W. Pettigrew St., Durham, North Carolina  The residents’ […]


Podcast Available: “Can Photography Make You a Better Doctor?: Reflections on a Life in Photography and Medicine,” By John Moses

Podcast Available: “Can Photography Make You a Better Doctor?: Reflections on a Life in Photography and Medicine,” By John Moses

In this talk, “Can Photography Make You a Better Doctor? Reflections on a Life in Photography and Medicine,” Duke pediatrician and photographer John Moses discusses how he has used photography over the past twenty-five years to better understand the lives of his patients and hopefully to become a better doctor. Moses first came to photography […]


Pediatrician and Photographer John Moses Featured in “Duke Today”

Pediatrician and Photographer John Moses Featured in "Duke Today"

Read a feature story in Duke Today about photographer and pediatrician John Moses: “Photography and the Education of a Doctor: Pediatrician John Moses Uses Photography to Learn from His Patients” John Moses is a primary care pediatrician and a documentary photographer based at Duke University. He has been using documentary photography to explore the intersection […]


“Enhancing My Medical Education Through Photography,” A Talk By Pediatrician/Photographer John Moses

"Enhancing My Medical Education Through Photography," A Talk By Pediatrician/Photographer John Moses

John Moses is a primary care pediatrician and a documentary photographer based at Duke University. He has been using documentary photography to explore the intersection of social and medical issues for the last fifteen years. In this talk, Dr. Moses shared his photographs of adolescent parents in North Carolina (published in the book The Youngest […]


“Children and the Experience of Illness” Exhibit

"Children and the Experience of Illness" Exhibit

Children and the Experience of Illness — 2010 First Floor Exhibit Hall, Duke North Hospital Durham, North Carolina May 10–23, 2010 Opening Reception: Friday, May 14, 4:30–6 p.m. Photographs produced by young patients and their Duke student mentors, from the class “Children and the Experience of Illness,” taught at the Center for Documentary Studies at […]


Photographs from the “Children and the Experience of Illness” Exhibition

Photographs from the "Children and the Experience of Illness" Exhibition

Photographs from the opening reception for an exhibition of photographs produced by young patients and their Duke student mentors, from the class “Children and the Experience of Illness,” taught at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. The photographs were exhibited at Duke North Hospital, May 10–23, 2010. Each year for the last 11 years, […]