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Frederick R Carrick

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Dr Frederick (Ted) Carrick has maintained an international specialty practice for 37 years.  He is the recipient of numerous professional, governmental and societal awards honoring his contributions to Health Care and the field of clinical neuroscience.  He has taught clinical neurology around the world to physicians from all disciplines.  Ted also has a life long history of service to humankind and regularly donates his time and resources to attend patients in neurological consultation throughout the world.  

Putting Health Care Education 2.0 Applications into Practice

Harvard Macy has created a worldwide community of healthcare educators trained to embrace innovations central to a patient-based paradigm of care.  One cannot spend time as a scholar without realizing personal and professional change in a journey to becoming a change agent for others. In this blog I will describe a number of innovations I have implemented that I learned in the Health Care Education 2.0 course.  The course was transformational for me in so many ways.  I was not simply exposed to #MedEd Technology; I was encouraged to develop a fluency in tools available and challenged to develop more.  

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The Intersection of Education and Music – an Interview with Dr Frederick Carrick

HMI: What led you and to collaborate with Lillie McCloud and William Adderly to write “What about the Beautiful Children”?

Dr. Carrick:  My clinical team attends children with brain injuries that are sent to see us from around the world. Lillie became aware of this work and our charities from television and news reports.

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