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Medical Futility – 350 Slides in 50 Minutes at Yale

I broke me own record of using 200 slides per hour.  Last night, at the Yale School of Medicine, I used 350 slides in my 50-minute presentation.  The slides are here.  

I really like the format for the Biomedical Ethics Program talks.  Instead of leaving just 10-15 minutes of time for interactive discussion with participants (as is often the case for conferences and grand rounds), Yale left 45 minutes.  I hope that time was as rewarding for the participants as it was for me.

I also posted my (merely 150) slides from today’s more informal talk at Yale Law School on the “Decline and Fall of Medical Self-Regulation.”

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