Humanized Health Care

A series of public suggestions for civic improvement

“Knoxville needs health care and health sciences education that is more focused on medical humanities and medical humanism. By practicing a more integrative model, patient compliance would improve and, as a result, the health of Knoxvillians would benefit tremendously.”

—Donna Doyle, poet-in-residence, Preston Medical Library

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