William Faulkner once wrote that, “In writing, you must kill all your darlings.” Sheri Fink found herself having to do that as she wrote “The Deadly Choices at Memorial,” an investigative piece for the New York Times Magazine and ProPublica that won Fink a Pulitzer Prize.
Nurses are not “mindless bimbos” — at least not for Martha N. Hill, today’s morning lecture speaker. Hill, who serves as both the dean emerita and a professor for the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, will talk about common misperceptions about the profession with her lecture, “Have You Looked at Nursing Lately?” at 10:45 a.m. today in the Amphitheater.
At 10:45 a.m. today in the Amphitheater, world-leading schizophrenia research scientist Daniel Weinberger will speak about strides being made in brain research. His presentation is titled “Nature vs. Nurture Meets 21st Century Brain Science.”
Keith Yamamoto is “perfect for starting the week,” said Sherra Babcock, vice president and Emily and Richard Smucker Chair for Education.
Chautauqua Institution wraps up the 2014 season with focus on innovations in health care delivery